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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.
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Raphaella, Form 6, has been selected to play hockey ‘a year up’ for an U15 south-east regional age group squad. She was nominated this time last year, by both the School and Guildford Hockey Club, for the Surrey training camps. From there she was selected to play in the Surrey U13 team which had a series of […]
The photography club spent their afternoon activity in the pool, working on their underwater photography skills. The pupils enjoyed taking action photographs of each other swimming underwater towards the camera, and they also loved taking photos of their jumps into the deep end! Lillie, our school photographer, encouraged the budding photographers to turn the camera’s self timers on and then […]
Whilst 4J were having an adventure on top pitch, the rest of the year group headed to Cranleigh School for their own swashbuckling fun with the Theatre Club. After braving the tempestuous seas of the Dining Hall, we traversed the planks to the Vivian Cox Theatre to watch the Junior Play. The play was fast-moving […]
Last Friday CPS boarders had great fun playing a game that rivalled all house matches to date – football golf. Playing the game is simple; you try to hit numerous numbers of flags, praying you don’t hit a tree and hoping your opponent hits it as far away as possible. The winners were Rufus B, […]
4J were the first of the Form 4 classes to spend the evening learning bushcraft skills and camping overnight on Top Pitch. They managed to erect their tents successfully before a heavy, isolated shower in the early evening. They then learned how to prepare a barbeque and an evening meal of burgers, salad and potatoes (some […]
All the Form 4 classes have visited Cranleigh in the last week to carry out fieldwork to supplement their current Geography study of Settlement. They carried out a traffic survey, classification of shops and services and interviewed members of the public about their reasons for visiting Cranleigh. The information that they collected is now being […]
There was great excitement last Friday as some Form 5 pupils were invited to take part in Jamie Oliver’s Food Revolution – an initiative to educate children to eat more healthily. The focus of the trip was how to make a hearty, filling and scrumptious breakfast; this took place at the Guildford restaurant which was the sixth […]
Cranleigh riders, from both the Prep and Senior School, have had a busy and successful start to this term. The National County Finals on the first weekend of term saw Cranleigh representing Surrey in the Dressage Championship as well as the Intermediate and Open Show Jumping Championships. Competition was fierce across all disciplines but our […]
During the latter half of the Lent Term, a group of Form 5 girls set up a Cooking for Charity group to bake healthy (and sometimes not so healthy!) snacks to sell at pick-up time. This was to raise money for their form’s charity, the RNLI. They baked during Long Break on Mondays and also brought […]
Will A and Finn T have been selected for next season’s Harlequins U13 Developing Player Program (DPP). Put forward by Cranleigh Prep’s 1st XV rugby coach, Dom Britt, the boys joined 120 of the best players in their age group from the region for a trial at Surrey Sports’ Park in Guildford last Tuesday evening. The […]