Our next Open Morning is on Saturday 28th April 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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Huge congratulations to all of the pupils in Form 3 and Form 4 who took LAMDA exams in the Lent term. Juliet McKinnell-Merrett, LAMDA teacher, says “We had an amazing set of results: 23 passes with Distinction and four passes with Merit. Eleven pupils were awarded 90% or over which is truly outstanding. You all […]
The whole school celebrated the end of term in wonderful style at the House Singing Competition. One of the few occasions where everyone in the school community is able to take part, this is a highlight of the term for many pupils, teachers and parents. This year the theme was based on the school values […]
Cranleigh Prep U12’s has a fantastic finish to their netball season this year medalling in both their major competitions this term. Due to the weather conditions everything was squeezed into one week, with Surrey finals coming first. Having comfortably qualified earlier in the term, we knew the finals would be a difficult job competing against […]
The energy levels were high and the excitement was contagious yesterday afternoon, as we hosted our first ever colour run. The event started with an energetic warm up that was followed by an explosion of colour as the pupils released their pouch of paint. They then embarked on a 2km course in the Prep School […]
It is always good when an old friend comes to visit and Monday’s visit from Cliff McNish was no different. Cliff was our Patron of Reading last year (2016-2017) and has written a number of books, including The Doomspell Trilogy, Breathe: A Ghost Story and Going Home. Last year, he visited Cranleigh Prep School regularly […]
On Wednesday 14th March, slightly against the normal form, we took three girls to the U13 Eton Fives Championships; a pair and a half! It was agreed that they would rotate whenever possible. Winnie, Charlotte and Effie (all of whom are currently U12s) qualified in style by winning all of their pool matches. This gave […]
The Dining Room was transformed into a Moroccan market last night whilst boarders enjoyed a fantastic Arabian Dinner. They were treated to a wide range of beautiful authentic dishes from Moroccan chicken, couscous and flatbreads to dates, cinnamon and coconut puddings, to name but a few. The music and decorations really made the evening feel […]
Singers from CPS braved the snow this weekend to sing in Dorking at the excellent Leith Hill Musical Festival. The Chamber Choir sang with beautiful blend and confident harmonies in ‘Music on the Waters’ (Dove) and ‘This is me’ from the hit film ‘The Greatest Showman’. This year they were narrowly beaten by Pennthorpe School […]
This term, Form 5 have been excitedly preparing for the ‘Race For The Line’ Competition. This national contest has seen the children focusing on the development of their STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) core skills. They have been working in small teams to research, design and construct a rocket-powered car. Inspiration for this project […]
The Form 3s have been learning about chocolate; where in the world the cocoa bean is grown, learning about Ghana, cocoa production and Fairtrade. We had a visit from Mrs Marshall who is a local chocolatier. She is passionate that the chocolate she produces is fairly traded and is working on ways to ensure the […]