Our next Open Morning is on Wednesday 20th June 2018 at 9.45am. 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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A huge congratulations to the pupils who have gained an Academic Scholarship or Exhibition. Competition is always fierce but the academic journey that ALL the 6B pupils undertook was attacked with hard work, determination and an outstanding level of maturity. All their results were testament to their diligence and the skills, facts and processes that […]
The inaugural Form 4 Drama Club production has set a precedent for anything to come; staff, parents and pupils were treated to wonderful performances of both ‘Alice in Wonderland’ by Lewis Carol and ‘Animal Farm’ by George Orwell. The energized actors threw themselves head long into their roles, whether a mad hatter or a lowly […]
Form 5 pupils enjoyed a trip “up north” visiting the sites of medieval Yorkshire. First stop was Helmsley Caste with its impressive motte and ramparts, large bailey and buildings in various stage of ruin. The highlights included the barbican (with portcullises and murder holes), battlements and postern gates. Following this gentle introduction to the medieval […]
Last Sunday, Cranleigh School welcomed almost 800 children from a range of prep schools to take part in our second Flight Centre Schools’ Triathlon event. It was wonderful to see all the children get in to the team spirit, supporting each other as they completed the three elements of the race. They swam, cycled and ran their way around […]
The girls at CPS are enjoying the transition from rounders to cricket this Summer term. In the U8 and U9 age groups the swap has been a wholesale one, with cricket completely replacing rounders in their calendar and they are loving the opportunity to learn new skills and play the pairs format of the game. As […]
Form 1 have taken advantage of the lovely weather to do some Maths in the outdoor classroom. Amongst other things, their groups have: investigated 2-D shapes on the tennis courts, measured the perimeter of the 5-a-side, tallied numbers of different colours of cars in the staff car park (silver is the most popular!!) and timed […]
Form 2 was blessed with the weather on their trip to the Look Out Discovery Centre in Bracknell yesterday. ‘Bugs and Beasties’ was the topic of the day and, along with a classroom based workshop identifying insects and arachnids, we were able to traipse through the forest, armed with nets and pots, in search of […]
During School Assembly on Friday, we were treated to a visit from former CPS pupils, Rosie Hope (U5th) and Coca Hall (L6th), plus Pippa Lock (U6th) who will be joining us as a gap student next year. All three girls play for Cranleigh School’s 1st hockey team; having just won the U18 Indoor Hockey Nationals […]
Last night, hundreds of young readers from across the South East gathered together for a celebration of children’s fiction at the Awesome Book Awards 2018 prize-giving which was held in the Speech Hall at Cranleigh School. Peter Bunzl won the top prize this year for his first children’s novel Cogheart. “I was delighted to be […]
The Da Vinci Club enjoyed a wonderful day at the Pallant House Gallery in Chichester. They kicked-off with a two hour workshop on Pop Art, which was thoroughly enjoyed by all. They then spent time in the current Pop Art exhibition; drawn from the Gallery’s significant collection of British Pop Art, this exhibition explores how artists […]