Our next Open Morning is on Wednesday 27th February 2019. Please contact Catherine Staples on email@example.com 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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On the penultimate day of a very busy half term, the Form 4 pupils headed to London to visit the British Museum. This trip formed an introduction to their Humanities studies in the Upper School. Pupils were given a pack of information about three civilisations that we focused on (Aztecs, Mesopotamia and Medieval Europe). They […]
Cranleigh Prep entered the IAPS 6-a-side qualifier, held at Danes Hill School, at the end of a successful, unbeaten season. Unfortunately, we could only take a squad of eight players and as such, a number of regular 1st team boys missed out on what was a really well organised, thoroughly enjoyable event. Cranleigh Prep were […]
Firstly 1U and 1D were talking about the skills you need to have to be an archaeologist when suddenly Mr Batchelor came in and sent Form 1 on a mission to find some lost artefacts! They went across top pitch (in their trainers) to find them. Next they found the places where artefacts might be […]
Form 3 enjoyed an exciting morning of Tudor-themed activities on Saturday’s Open Day, as part of their Humanities study of the Tudor times. The activities included mini productions of Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet, making regal crowns and life size collages of King Henry VIII and Queen Elizabeth I, using original portraits as inspiration. In addition, […]
As part of their Humanities study of Ancient Greece, Form 2 welcomed Ashley Holt from the company ‘Sir Teachalot’. Mr Holt regularly takes part in re-enactments and on this occasion recreated Ancient Greece in school! All pupils arrived in Ancient Greek attire, as did the teachers, so everyone was able to immerse themselves fully in […]
At the start of half term 16 horses and riders will represent Cranleigh at the National Schools Equestrian Association Championships at The College Equestrian Centre in Keysoe, Bedfordshire. This follows some extremely competitive Regional Qualifiers, both last term and this, in all three disciplines of Arena Eventing, Show Jumping and Dressage. Notable successes have come […]
What better way to end a week at school than with a visit, at ‘Pick-Up,’ from one of our favourite children’s authors? M.G.Leonard has been a dear friend of Cranleigh Prep School for several years now, as she was our Patron of Reading 2017-2018, a shortlisted author from the Awesome Book Awards 2017 and the host of […]
There was huge excitement last night at the annual boarders’ Roller Disco in the Wyatt Hall. Top tunes were played by the visiting DJ and a whole array of funky and spectacular moves were demonstrated by all. The children enjoyed the challenge of creating their own dance styles, while at the same time trying to […]
Katharine Hepburn once said, “As one goes through life, one learns that if you don’t paddle your own canoe, you don’t move.” It was with this in mind that Mrs Schutte set off to Southwater Watersports Centre, with 10 excited Upper School boys and girls, keen to learn how to paddle their own canoes. […]
The Chapel looked wonderful yesterday morning, as pupils and staff took part in a lovely service taken by Tim Lewis, Chaplain of Cranleigh School, celebrating the Harvest Festival. All the window sills, and several tables around the chapel, were adorned with goodies ranging from fresh fruit and vegetables, to chocolates, biscuits and tinned food. Today […]