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, creative arts 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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Form 3 have been learning about all about chocolate in their Humanities lessons this term. They’ve explored where in the world the cocoa bean is grown, learnt about Ghana, cocoa production and Fairtrade. Their eagerly anticipated Chocolate Talk took place on Thursday when they welcomed local Fairtrade chocolatier, Joanna Marshall, of Kokoh, who told them […]
Last week was another busy week for the Fives playing world with two tournaments in two days. The first tournament was the culmination of the U12 Nationals. Two of our three pairs had come through the qualifying round held previously and qualified for the prestigious Elite tournament. The 32 best pairs in the country descended […]
Cranleigh Prep School played their first girls’ football fixture on Tuesday. Sixteen Form 3 and 4 girls represented the School in two 7 a-side matches against Parsons Green Prep School. The enthusiasm for the game had been building for a number of weeks and the excitement from both sets of players was palpable before kick-off. […]
World Book Day was celebrated with huge excitement here on Saturday. One of the highlights of the day was a visit from Joseph Coelho, who inspired the children with his breath-taking poetry and compelling stories from his books Overheard in a Tower Block and A Poem for All Seasons. Upper School pupils were spellbound by […]
Move over Banksy, there are some new kids on the block… On Wednesday 20th March, over 60 boarders took part in a Graffiti workshop led by a leading provider of Street Art courses. Graffiti guru, Leon, guided the children through the various techniques, from creating ombre blends to stencilling; tagging to bubble writing, before letting […]
The Chamber Choir sang with great professionalism and flair this weekend at the Leith Hill Musical Festival. This annual Youth Choirs Competition encourages choirs to perform to each other and to share their love of choral singing. There were five choirs competing in the afternoon session and we were awarded the winning trophy in the […]
We were treated to a wonderful Informal Drama evening on the Wyatt Hall stage last night by the Middle School LAMDA children, who are about to take their exams next week. The confidence and enjoyment that they showed was second to none. Some performers also displayed real talent and creativity with their own script writing. […]
Fives has become so popular at this age group that the U12 national competition has been split into two sections, with a qualifying stage being introduced for the first time this year. Yesterday saw its inaugural running. Fives at Cranleigh is run on a purely voluntary basis, with all practices taking place after school in the […]
On Friday, our U12 and U13 netball teams took part in the IAPS Netball Qualifiers held at Cranleigh School. The U13 won all seven games in their section very convincingly and qualified in 1st place for the semi final, where they met Feltonfleet. The team had another excellent game, winning 13-7 and so went on […]
We now have a total 14 prefects supporting Megan T (Head girl) and Eddie R (Head boy) after announcing four new prefects in Assembly on Friday. Our leadership team have been promoted out of their cohort because they have shown excellent leadership skills, empathy for others and a desire to make Cranleigh Prep a better […]