Our next Open Morning is on Wednesday 28th September at 9.45am. Please contact Fiona Bundock - 01483 542051.
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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Forget Euro 2016, Top Pitch was where the action was last Friday evening, with the boarders trying their hand – or should that be ‘foot’ – at human table football. The children played in a giant inflatable pitch and could only move side to side along poles that stretched the width of the playing area. […]
Form 3 enjoyed a thorough immersion into Hindu culture during their visit to the Shri Swaminarayam Mandir in Neasden on Monday 27th June. The pupils were made to feel very welcome by our hosts in the stunning wooden Haveli (cultural complex and prayer rooms) before being taken to the magnificent marble Mandir. The pupils identified […]
On Saturday evening all pupils who have represented CPS at 1st team level this year celebrated the different sports they have played here, over a delicious dinner, with their parents and the staff who coached them. The dining room had been beautifully laid out, the atmosphere was fantastic and everyone enjoyed the opportunity to mix in […]
Parents and staff from Cranleigh Preparatory School sailed in to action to raise funds for the RNLI on Saturday. Led by Headmaster Michael Wilson, the group of 48 abseilers raised almost £20,000 to help fund new lifeboat equipment. Event organiser and current parent, Penny Tawse, said: “It was brilliant to see such a great turnout […]
Cranleigh Prep pupils have achieved a record number of 49 scholarships (thirteen Academic, nine All Rounder, nine Art, ten Music and eight Sport). The awards were to eight different schools, including Cranleigh School, Charterhouse, Hurstpierpoint, KES Witley, Prior’s Field, Reigate Grammar, St John’s Leatherhead and Wellington College. Having gained a total of 95 scholarships and […]
On Tuesday 21st June Form 3 were invited to Cedar Court to perform some traditional World War 1 songs to the residents. When we arrived we were greeted by some soldiers who made us march with them, 1…2…1…2 all the way to the courtyard. Here, we were met by Corporal Dixon who told us about […]
With the stresses of Common Entrance and Scholarship exams behind them, Form 6 headed south to Cornwall, for a week of surfing, exploring the countryside and, hopefully, learning a bit about themselves too.Our destination was a cliff-top overlooking Bude – possibly one of the most stunning views in this country. Our mission was to relax, […]
What a good job there are so many sea going vessels at the Chatham Historic Dockyard! The weather last Friday, 17th June was so biblical in scale that an Ark would not have seemed out of place there. Indeed, there was a half hour period where the staff quickly led their charges (two by two) […]
Form 2 pupils have been letting their imaginations go wild in Computing lessons this term, exploring and experimenting with green screen technology and the photo editing app ‘Superimpose’. Watch the video slideshow for the highlights of these impressive creations. The children will then be challenged, in their creative writing lessons, to devise an imaginative and exciting […]
Heather, Form 6, completed the cancer race for life with family and friends over the weekend. Although they do this every year, this time they were specifically raising funds and awareness of teenage cancer as Heather’s cousin, Jake Andrews (currently at Cranleigh Senior School), is going through his own battle with cancer. Despite being in the […]