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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Three CPS boys, Chris B, Will A and Cameron B were stars at the weekend, as they helped their U12 team (Guildford) to the final of the London Irish rugby festival, only losing out in a tight final to London Irish themselves. Heroic performances saw them overcome many of the best teams from Wales, Scotland, Spain […]
Boau-Lilly was very excited when she found out she had won a silent auction prize to attend a stick skills master class taught by Hollie Webb, Sarah Haycroft and Chris Grassick. As a keen hockey player, this gave her a fantastic opportunity to learn some impressive stick skills and meet some of her idols prior to going to the Nationals with […]
Last Sunday Form 3 teacher, Gareth Simpson, ran the London Marathon for the Form 3 charity, Queen Elizabeth Foundation and has raised over £800 so far. It’s been his lifelong ambition to run the marathon. Despite sticking to his pacing strategy ( 8:30 min/m) for the first 15 miles, he ‘hit the wall’ at 16 miles and finished in 5h10 […]
Last weekend 40 of the country’s top juniors fought for a place in the England team over six rounds of chess at the national team trials, held at Liverpool College. All competitors had achieved good scores in various qualifying tournaments across the country over the previous six months. Competitors included several ‘child prodigies’ and at least one 10 year old with […]
30 pupils and 5 staff from both the Prep and Senior Schools recently returned from Cranleigh Abu Dhabi. It was a remarkable trip, which was the first cultural exchange involving musicians from all three schools. We collaborated in three public concert events; a recital featuring Richard Saxel (Head of Performance) and Hanna Wu (an extraordinarily talented 14 […]
During the Easter holidays, Bradley B (Form 5) went to Hong Kong and Vietnam. During his stay in Da Nang, Vietnam, Bradley opted to go into a school half an hour away from his hotel to spend the afternoon teaching a class of 11 and 12 year olds. The school is sponsored by the hotel […]
Goodnight Mr Tom is well-known as being a fantastic book, with a lovely BBC adaptation. There’s always the worry, however, that a stage version of such a classic may fail to deliver the same charm and emotion. On Saturday night, 14 pupils and a couple of staff ventured to Woking to see if the play […]
LENT TERM ABRSM RESULTS Many congratulations to all our promising musicians for achieving some excellent results. First Surname Instrument Grade Mark Maximillian Dixon Practical Musicianship 5 Merit Jessica Church Oboe 5 Merit Jessica Church Theory 5 Merit Henry Rigden Theory 5 Pass Sadhbh Stingemore Flute 4 Pass Georgie Meadows Singing 4 Pass Theo Vaughan […]
Many congratulations to Sam T, Form 6, who has been selected to play for the ISFA U14 National Football Squad. Having already been chosen to play for the ISFA regional squad, Sam went up to the ISFA Regional Festival at Shrewsbury during the Easter holidays and, after being observed over three days, he was scouted for the U14 […]
On the 22nd March, our budding CPS sailors headed to the Andrew Simpson Sailing Centre for a pre-IAPS regatta hosted by Millfield. Five schools took part, with 14 boats made up of teams of two. Our four CPS pupils showed great team work: Blake K and Will G came 5th, Noah C and Raphaella R came 11th. […]