Our next Open Morning is on Wednesday 27th February 2019. 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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Despite everyone’s brains feeling a little tired at this time of term, we are always impressed by the quick-thinking participants in our House Challenge competition. The competition takes place over the final week of the term and is attended by all pupils who watch with anticipation and awe as their House-mates face the pressure […]
Maths Puzzle Day happens every year at CPS, and it is a time to develop teamwork skills and general Maths ability. Throughout the day, students do multiple Maths-related activities run by either the teachers or other companies who come in. For the first time ever at CPS, children (minimum of two per year group) were […]
The Boarders’ Christmas Dinner was great – all the teachers had out done themselves, and so had the cooks. The whole evening was amazing and we hope it’s as good as this for years to come. We really appreciated every single part of the Christmas dinner – the food was delish and there were some […]
Many congratulations to Caitlyn, Emily and Saffy, currently in Form 5, who scooped up a bronze medal in Barcelona, whilst representing the Guildford Hockey Club, last weekend. This is the eight time the GHC have participated in the annual youth hockey tournament in Barcelona, officially known as the Torneo Internacional de la Inmaculada ‘Marga Monegal’. […]
On Monday afternoon we were delighted to welcome back the Hobgoblin Theatre Company to entertain The Lower School pupils with their performance of ‘The Snow Queen’. This has become something of a tradition and we were not disappointed. The three actors worked incredibly hard to portray, Kai, Gerda, Kai’s Granny, the Wicked Witch, Elsa the […]
The Chamber Choir and the Lower School Choir both treated the local community to some Christmas carols yesterday. The Chamber Choir, accompanied by Catherine Beddison, started the morning sharing their love of singing with residents at Cedar Court. Performing unaccompanied traditional carols, they were enthusiastically thanked and encouraged to visit again! Then they sang in […]
It is becoming a tradition for the Theatre Club to have a trip to see the latest pantomime at the Yvonne Arnaud Theatre. On Saturday a group of pupils from Forms 4 and 5, accompanied by Mrs Schutte and Miss Brown, went to see the fabulous production, Cinderella. The theatre was back in fine form […]
Lower School parents were enthralled and delighted by the high standards of entertainment at Friday’s Lower School Christmas Celebration. Form Two set the tone with some humorous & beautifully spoken raps and poems which were followed by the Lower School Choir singing ‘The Christmas Children’. Form One’s innovative take on the traditional Nativity story, ‘The […]
Many congratulations to Cecilia B, Form 3, who has won a place in the National Children’s Choir for 2019. The organisation champions good quality singing across the UK and runs courses during the school holidays for young singers at a number of levels and for different age groups. Cecilia will be coached by high level, […]
Form 3 entertained fellow pupils and their parents on Monday this week, putting on a spectacular pantomime entitled ‘Aladdin Trouble’. The part of Aladdin was played by Zoe G, who entertained us with her many jokes and spoke of her wish to become an entertainer with her own show, whilst the part of Princess Jasmine […]