Our next Open Morning is on Saturday 6th May 2017 at 9.45am. Please contact Fiona Bundock on 01483 542051 for more details.
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On Wednesday 22nd March the boys’ U10A team set off, full of energy and excitement, to the Woking Hockey Club at Goldsworth Park for the Surrey Hockey Championships. The boys played some fantastic hockey, despite the torrential rainfall all morning. They had some very close matches, but stuck to the game plan and managed to remain undefeated […]
This afternoon there was a dance display given by the extra-curricular dance classes, showcasing their work during the term. Featuring Ballet and Modern dancers, the programme was started by ballet dancer Charlotte T with Sebastian S, Caitlyn B and Isobel P performing a ballet trio as the second dance. The Form 1 & 2 Modern […]
Form 3 were very fortunate to have a talk from a local chocolatier this afternoon at the culmination of their Humanities topic work this term. The pupils have been learning about the countries in which the important world cocoa crop is grown. They have particularly focused their studies on the world’s second-largest cocoa producer, Ghana. […]
Many congratulations to Bashi S, Scarlett S, Max J and Lulu M, our four members of the Eco team who have successfully raised over £400 for the Fairtrade Foundation. The Eco team is made up of Form 6 pupils, who meet weekly during Priority Time to discuss ways in which we can become a more […]
The Chamber Choir were in fine voice at the Leith Hill Musical Festival this weekend. Singing in the 13 Years and Under category, they performed ‘Vois sur ton chemin’ from the French film ‘Les Choristes’ and a rousing arrangement of the spiritual ‘Ezekiel’s Wheel’. It was a fabulous event, with a good range of schools […]
Earlier this year well over 1000 budding historians from across the nation entered the oldest (and some would argue* most prestigious) of the National Prep School competitions – The Townsend Warner History Prize. The competition comprises of two exams. The first is a one hour short answer paper, covering some of the more obscure aspects of History from a […]
World Book Day is a day to celebrate the wonder of books and the wide variety of shapes, sizes and genres in which they come. This year Cranleigh Prep School celebrated non-fiction books, with a particular focus on cookery and food. To share the day, we were delighted to welcome a number of inspiring guests. […]
In addition to the four sports scholarships to Wellington, which have already been recognised, we are delighted to announce that a further 11 Cranleigh Prep School pupils have been awarded Sports Scholarships to their chosen schools. These are as follows:- At 11+ Tabitha S to Reigate Grammar School Georgia W to Prior’s Field School […]
Matilda and Ruby played some fantastic Fives yesterday at Eton, and were runners up in the U13 Girls’ National finals, which is a phenomenal achievement. The pairing of Matilda Hamilton and Ruby Halstead have made huge progress over the year and went into this competition with a measure of confidence. However, it was always going […]
Seven Cranleigh Prep pupils have been selected for an Art Award to their chosen senior schools. Mathilda B, Grace C and Melanie I have been offered scholarships to Cranleigh School; Will O’C and Sophie R have been awarded exhibitions. Matilda C and Max D have been given scholarships to Prior’s Field and Charterhouse respectively. Rob […]