Our next Open Morning is on Wednesday 14th March 2018 at 9.45am. Please contact Catherine Staples on email@example.com or call 01483 542051 for more details.
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This term, Form 5 have been excitedly preparing for the ‘Race For The Line’ Competition. This national contest has seen the children focusing on the development of their STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) core skills. They have been working in small teams to research, design and construct a rocket-powered car. Inspiration for this project […]
The Form 3s have been learning about chocolate; where in the world the cocoa bean is grown, learning about Ghana, cocoa production and Fairtrade. We had a visit from Mrs Marshall who is a local chocolatier. She is passionate that the chocolate she produces is fairly traded and is working on ways to ensure the […]
As well as being a fun day for all of our pupils, World Book Day was also an opportunity to give back to the community. Hundreds of second hand books were brought into school to be given to the charity, Delight. On Monday, Mrs Schutte drove them to Delight’s depot in Redhill, from where they […]
The visit by Cranleigh Prep School pupils to Pangbourne Piano Festival was a great success. Lily H won her class with the Chopin C sharp minor Nocturne, primarily with her poeticism and musicality. Hannah S, Leah S and Anna H all played beautifully with great character and aplomb. The adjudication was given by Luis Pares and […]
On Thursday 8th March, CPS entered four pairs for the Fives U11 Boys’ Championships at Eton. As ever the cold wind was blowing along the Eton ‘wind tunnel’ making it rather chilly for the competitors. All four pairs qualified from their pool games into the knockout stages; a fine achievement in itself. Sadly three […]
Form 1 are learning about forces as part of their science curriculum. Having already looked at friction in the snow, thoughts turned to the adventures of Mr Egghead, a world famous skydiver, who had forgotten his parachute. After exploring gravity and air resistance, the pupils were asked to design and build a parachute for Mr […]
The U11A boys team (James, Jamie, Henry, Evan, Jonty, Louis, Monty, Christian and Bill) headed off to Tonbridge on Monday morning for the IAPS Regional Hockey Championships, after the event had already been cancelled twice. They played six games in a very difficult pool, winning 3, drawing 2 and losing 1. They managed to squeeze […]
Fourteen intrepid Form 5 pupils embarked on the return leg of the CPS/Peponi House Exchange programme from the 8th-22nd February. They took part in game drives, bush camping, bird-watching, treasure hunting and even zip-lining, plus loads more! The trip started with a weekend visit to Sanctuary Farm at Lake Naivasha. After setting up tents (which […]
Having already been crowned U11 Surrey Champion for his 100m freestyle earlier this year, Jamie went on to win a hat trick of gold medals at the lastest Surrey Swimming Championships, held at the London Aquatic Centre. He is now Surrey Champion for 50m freestyle too, after winning his individual race. Jamie then went on […]
After the initial fixture being postponed due to poor weather a couple of weeks ago, the U13 boys set off to St Bede’s in Eastbourne for this year’s IAPS South Regional Hockey Championships on Friday. It was bitterly cold but, although they knew they were in for a tough day of hockey, the squad seemed […]