Our next Open Morning is on Wednesday 27th February 2019. Please contact Catherine Staples on firstname.lastname@example.org 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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It was wonderful to see so many CPS pupils take part in a charity initiative in the run up to Christmas, to provide a ‘shoebox’ of Christmas treats for disadvantaged children in orphanages in Romania. Many thanks to our charity prefects, who helped carry the colourful array of Christmas shoeboxes from the Reception to the […]
CPS took a mixed ability swimming team, with more novices than squad swimmers, to the Cranleigh Schools’ Gala last night. It was a very closely contested event, with CPS and four other local schools taking part. The aim was to encourage those children who do not swim regularly with a school team to simply “have […]
Cranleigh Prep boarders, along with the Upper School Theatre Club, were dazzled and delighted by the immersive experience of Cranleigh School’s dress rehearsal of the production, Narnia. From the moment we arrived at Cranleigh School and were told we would be “kitted up”, we knew we were going to experience something profoundly different. Rather than […]
Lower School Book Night decided to hold a Birthday Party for Roald Dahl who would have celebrated his 102nd Birthday earlier on this term. Mrs Schutte, Mrs Diacono and 30 excited children joined together after school for fun, fancy dress and festivities. They also discussed many interesting facts about Roald Dahl: Dahl wrote in a […]
We had a very special Upper School Assembly on Tuesday as we welcomed Rev’d Roy Woodhams, Rector of St Nicolas Church in Cranleigh, to CPS. Earlier in the term, St Nicolas Church, in conjunction with the British Legion, ran a Poetry Competition for local schools. Pupils were asked to write a poem to commemorate World […]
On Friday, as part of the School’s commemoration of the 100th anniversary of the WW1 Armistice, Toby Batchelor (Head of History), organised a fantastic ‘Pop Up’ Museum in the Hub. It was a wonderful and fitting example of what a huge impression the two world wars and current conflicts have had on the whole school […]
Form 6 visited Pitch Hill on Thursday 8th November to carry out the fieldwork component of their current Geography study of erosion. We were blessed with glorious weather for fieldwork – dry and clear which made the process of carrying out practical fieldwork all the easier and more pleasurable. Pupils were actively engaged in carrying […]
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 […]