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Form 3 have been studying the bible story of Joseph this half term in Humanities. The pupils collaborated in groups to write their own versions of Joseph, very much like Lloyd-Webber! Once ‘Canaan’s Got Talent’, ‘Joseph in the Ocean’ and ‘I’m a Sister, Get me Out of Here’ were decided upon, the pupils scripted, cast […]
Yesterday afternoon CPS hosted yet another successful IAPS swimming preliminary meet on home turf which comprised of six highly competitive prep schools all competing for only 12 positions in the semi-finals and finals at the London Aquatics Centre on Saturday 8 June 2019. There will be many preliminary IAPS meets taking place nationally between now […]
We were delighted to welcome Gareth P. Jones, our Patron of Reading, back to Cranleigh Prep today. This is the second of three visits which he will make in the year, to inspire pupils’ reading and writing. On this occasion, Forms 1 and 2 were able to hear about Gareth’s new book, The Daily Joker, […]
This year, the Lower School is supporting Plastic Oceans, a charity that aims to encourage the best exchange of practice, cost and waste reduction methods and other activities in order to reduce our plastic footprint and prevent it getting into the oceans. More details can be found at http://plasticoceans.uk/about-us/# As their Lent Term Charity event, the […]
Form 2 visited Fishbourne Roman Palace as part of their Humanities studies on the Romans in Britain. The children were fascinated by the 2000 year old mosaics, which include the famous and stunning Cupid Riding a Dolphin mosaic. They couldn’t believe that Fishbourne had been discovered by accident in 1960 when the local water […]
Joe the Zoolab ranger came in to talk to Form 1 about the Rainforest. He talked to them about the layers of the Rainforest and asked them to describe the habitat of the forest floor. The first creature was Bruce the Giant African Land snail. He is eight years old ande has a treat on […]
We are delighted to introduce Kelvin Jones, our new Head of Swimming. Swimming has always been a big part of Kelvin’s life, whether having swimming lessons at a young age, competing internationally or coaching at a variety of swim clubs. He started coaching after being forced to give up swimming competitively due to injury. Still […]
On Friday 25th January, there was much excitement here at school as children, staff and parents gathered on Top Pitch for our annual House Cross Country. Thankfully, the wet weather had cleared up and it was a mild, dry day so the running conditions were excellent. It was a little muddy underfoot which made it […]
On Monday 21st January, Form 4 girls and boys were invited to join our boarders for a Taster Night. The boys and girls normally take part in joint activities, from Roller Discos and Graffiti Art Workshops to Climbing and Archery, to name a few. However, by popular request, the boys and the girls had their […]
The 3rd annual CPS Spelling Bee was welcomed with much excitement at school. In English lessons, throughout the week, all pupils took part in the in-class Spelling Bee to earn points for their Houses. Scores were counted and the winners of each year group were: Form 1 – Clubs, Form 2 – Hearts, Form 3 […]