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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The CPS swimming team put on their strongest performance yet last night, winning their final gala of the term. With 155 v Highfield ‘s 145 points, this was their 2nd win out of three galas so far this season. Thank you to all the children who are not squad members but stepped in to help […]
Yesterday CPS pupils and parents were delighted to welcome Dick Moore, an Old Cranleighan and a former Housemaster of North at Cranleigh School. He gave two very informative workshops on Mental Health and Wellbeing; the relevance and importance of Dick’s message was very clear – ‘if you are struggling, talk to someone’. In his first talk, […]
While centenary events took place across the country on Sunday to mark 100 years since the end of the First World War, we gathered in the school Chapel on Friday to remember those who had paid the highest price in the past and to pray for peace in the future. The children walked calmly in […]
Local schools were united at Cranleigh Arts Centre this week, in a concert highlighting the role that music, poetry, drama and art play in understanding the past and in fostering a sense of community that is so crucial for future peace. Items explored themes of past conflicts, resolution and hope for the future. The concert featured pupils from Cranleigh […]
The Lower School are well on their way to completing their Swimming Awards in the new swimming programme at CPS. In addition to learning and developing swimming strokes they also work on skills as part of Swim England’s School Swimming Charter. They have been flying through the awards with great enthusiasm. The awards start off […]
On Thursday 1st November, the boarders were treated to a fantastic hog roast and fireworks display on Top Pitch. After a very wet day, it was a huge relief to see the weather clear up during the afternoon, resulting in perfect conditions for the display. An enormous thank you to Mr Critchley who was responsible […]
Leatherhead Theatre was transformed into a playground battleground on Friday 2nd November as Form 6 pupils performed their Shakespeare short, ‘Romeo and Juliet’ to an appreciative audience. The theatre has become a familiar stomping ground for prep school pupils who once again took part in the annual Shakespeare Schools’ Festival, an event which continues to […]
Many congratulations to Lauren and Eva, currently in Form 6, who have been selected to join the Surrey Netball Satellite Academy, after coming in the top 44 girls out of c.450 who participated in the trials. After four trial sessions at Epsom, followed by a tough day of trials at Cranleigh, Lauren and Eva have […]
Cranleigh riders had a busy start to the half term break with four days of competition at the NSEA National Schools Championships at Keysoe Equestrian Centre in Bedfordshire. Riders from schools across England, Scotland and Wales had qualified through regional competitions to contest the championship classes, both as teams and individuals, with over 40 school […]
Form 1 went on an exciting trip to Haslemere museum as part of their Ancient Egyptian studies. First they participated in a mummification workshop led by Kay, where they learnt all about removal of the internal organs and storage in canopic jars. Some pupils were even fortunate (?!) enough to be chosen to help Kay […]