Our next Open Morning is on Wednesday 14th March 2017 at 9.45am. Please contact Catherine Staples on firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01483 542051 for more details.
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 4 visited the British Museum as part of their introduction to their Humanities studies. We looked at three civilizations; the Aztecs, Medieval Europe and Mesopotamia. Through looking at the amazing artefacts and information at the Museum we were able to gain an insight into the ‘human’ aspect of Humanities studies: understanding how people lived, […]
As part of their studies into the Ancient Egyptians, Form One pupils were luckily enough to be visited by Tim and Sabryna from The Nile School Shakers. First they gave the children a presentation about Egypt which included facts about Egyptian Dance. They were also introduced to a whole range of Egyptian instruments including the […]
On Saturday Form 5 pupils enjoyed a morning of Outdoor Education, which involved taking part in a wide array of leadership and team building activities. It was an ideal opportunity for the children to join in with some practical tasks outside the classroom. This reinforced a range of skills, from listening to each other and […]
Form 3 spent our Open Morning busily involved in a series of Tudor–themed activities. Pupils worked collaboratively and creatively in groups to prepare larger-than life size collages of Henry VIII and Elizabeth I and to make their own Tudor crowns and Tudor Roses. To add to the entertainment, we also learned a Tudor dance and […]
Form 1 are studying Abstract Art this term, particularly the works of Kandinsky, whilst also looking at artists such as Joan Miro, Picasso, Hans Hofman and both Sonia & Robert Delaunay. Here are some wonderfully colourful photos of Form 1D yesterday, using bleeding tissue paper to make a study of an abstract artist. They had […]
An enormous thank you to all our pupils and parents for their very generous support, raising a total of over £800 for two different charities, Disability Challengers and Little Hearts Matter. Following the fire that took place at the Disability Challengers’ Guildford Playcentre on 10th September, we decided to have an orange theme for Mufti […]
As part of their humanities curriculum, Form 2 came to school dressed in a fabulous variety of Greek costumes, ready to join in with a very informative interactive workshop run by Sir Teachalot. During the action-packed morning, the children completed a variety of role play scenarios, ranging from well-to-do Athenians and their slaves to participating […]
All CPS pupils in Forms 1-4 are taking part in Roar2017. This is an inspirational education project where the international voluntary organisation, ‘Lions Clubs’ and the ideas company 7billionideas, have come together in a bid to inspire the next generation to think big and dream big about the possibility of their ideas. As part of their PHSE […]
Cranleigh Schools are pleased to announce the shortlist for this year’s Awesome Book Awards. The prize was introduced for the first time last year in recognition of the very best works of fiction for young readers aged between 7 and 10. To be eligible for the 2018 award the entrants had to be from lesser […]
Form 3 visited Hampton Court Palace on Monday 2nd October in order to extend their knowledge and experience of life in Tudor times. It was a great way to bring ‘history to life!’ Each group visited the Apartments of Henry VIII and looked at the kitchens in which the many feasts were prepared for the […]