A blend of tradition and innovation ensures a perfect atmosphere for our boys and girls. Our daily timetable and boarding environment provide the time for pupils to pursue their studies, sport and much more. Our academic programme is designed to be stimulating and challenging with pupils responding to the encouragement and care of our staff, establishing a love of learning. We put the experience of each and every child at the heart of everything we do.
The annual House Singing Competition involved everyone in the school, and pitched the four houses against each other in a thrilling sing-off. Rehearsing during the term, each house had learned the unison song Comedy Tonight and then selected and rehearsed their own choice songs. Spades chose Blue Moon and included really effective harmonies; Clubs sang […]
All the pupils (and some staff members) came to school on Monday dressed as book characters to celebrate World Book Day. With the music pumping, the catwalk was graced with each form in turn and we were able to marvel at the amazing creations from Alice in Wonderland, Tintin and the Butterfly Lion to Caractacus […]
Congratulations to Heather in Form 4, who took part in the Pony Club Winter Triathlon Championships last week. She recorded a fabulous shoot score of 860/1000 and a run that was 14th out of the 50 competitors. She did phenomenally well in only her second triathlon competition and at championship level.
On 23rd – 25th May 2014 Mr Manning will be running “The Hardmoors 160” – a single stage 160 mile Ultramarathon! This may seem tough – but it is nothing in comparison to the life long suffering that millions of children around the world are going through right now. This year, Form 6 have chosen […]
The start of Lent Term is always a little bitter-sweet. The emotional fond farewells to the gaps who had become such a key part of the boarding family still linger in the memory, but they are balanced with the excited expectation of the children who are eager to welcome the new arrivals to replace them. These […]
“A huge thank you for the super play – what fun they all had, and such a lovely production.” “We both would have loved to have seen it again!” “All the children were wonderful and looked so delighted and thrilled.” “ . . . a wonderful evening!” “It was lovely to see the result of […]
On Wednesday 5th March, Cranleigh Prep School attended the Hurst U11 Hockey Festival with both an ‘A’ and a ‘B’ squad. The boys were in good spirits and on the journey down there was hypothetical analysis on which squad would come out on top, should the two Cranleigh teams meet at any point of the […]
After winning seven matches and drawing in one, the U13 girls certainly earned their place in the semi-finals. They then lost to Bromsgrove 6-10 in the 1st play-off and, when they played Twyford in the 3rd/4th play-off, they lost 6-9, therefore coming 4th in the tournament. This is a fantastic achievement, considering there were just […]
Form Three learned all about Fairtrade and the Making of Chocolate in a fascinating talk and sampling session given by Joanna Marshall. Joanna makes her Kokoh chocolates in Ewhurst and is a passionate advocate of Fairtrade and farming cooperatives in West Africa. This complements the work that the children are covering in their Humanities project […]