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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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The annual cricket match between the Dads and Common Room took place on the last night of term on the Under 11 cricket pitch with the Common Room triumphing. “Catches win matches” is a cliché often uttered by the cricket coaches here but clearly had fallen on the deaf ears of parents who allowed numerous […]
Form 6 rose to the challenge of the annual Masterchef competition: 63 entered and cooked their signature dish; 16 were selected for the semi-final which was an unseen recipe, to be perfectly constructed within an hour. Choices of fish to be picked combined with how to cook the fluffiest mash and shape into the most delicious […]
We’ve raised a total of £40,000 for the school charities this year. We had a highly successful annual Charity Day on Monday, raising over £11,000 in a day. In the morning Form 1s slid down a water slide, Form 2s swam, Form 3s held an old-fashioned sports day, Form 4s walked to Pitch Hill and back, Form […]
The stunning work of budding young artists at Cranleigh Prep School has been originally displayed on a brightly-coloured cow, named ‘Cowlage’, as part of the Surrey Hills Cow Parade initiative. Dozens of colourful cows are starting to decorate the hills, farms, towns, schools and popular landmarks across Surrey, until the end of August, when they […]
Huge congratulations to pupils in the 5th and 6th form who took LAMDA Examinations this term. A fantastic set of results: 14 passes with Distinction and 2 passes with Merit, including 7 pupils being awarded 88%. Every single pupil received full marks for the theory aspect of the examination which is outstanding. NAME SUBJECT […]
A musical feast was offered last week in Cranleigh School Chapel. The concert began with varied and accomplished duets and ensembles and then led to a collaborative piece involving singers and instrumentalists from Form 4, Form 6 and Cranleigh School. Revisiting the musical highlights of the musical and cultural exchange with Cranleigh School Abu Dhabi […]
Cranleigh Prep School introduced a Creative Writing Competition for the first time this year, open to local primary schools. Year 4 and Year 5 pupils were invited to submit a piece of writing inspired by the title ‘The Journey,’ which could be non-fiction or fiction. The final selection was based on originality, language and enjoyment. Having received more […]
On Tuesday, Form 5, under the directorship of Mr Waller, Mrs Everett and Ms Dowsett, presented ‘Lost’, a diverse compilation of literary adaptations which ranged from ‘King Lear’ to the ‘B.F.G’. The production opened with ‘Lord of the Flies’ in which Tom K. and Freddy M. powerfully portrayed their frustration at the island’s isolation whilst […]
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 […]