Cranleigh Prep School entered the maximum allowed two crews into the IAPS Inland Sailing Championships held on Friday 8th November 2013 at Farmoor Reservoir just west of Oxford. Archie G and Hugo B were in one boat with Daisy R and Jasmine D in the second. The racing was held ...read more →
Cranleigh Prep School pupils performed two Shakespeare plays at The Leatherhead Theatre on 15th October, as part of the Shakespeare Schools’ Festival 2013. A thousand schools take part in the festival, in one hundred and twenty different theatres. Thirty of our Form 3 pupils presented a lively and exciting version ...read more →
Following the superb performance of the U12s, the U13 girls set off for their IAPS South round, determined to reserve their own place in the National finals. They made an excellent start to the day, beating long-time rivals (and friends) Eagle House in their opening match, and going on to ...read more →
Sophie has written a résumé of Star Wars Episode IV for the blog.
Millie was very moved by the talk about endangered rhinos and decided to ask for donations towards the charity rather than sweets at Hallowe’en this year. She raised £18 for the charity and we have set up a just giving page for anyone else who would like to contribute towards the charity. Well ...read more →
Form Three received a ‘flying visit ‘ today from Captain Neve and Mrs Cronk who came to talk to the year group about their careers with British Airways. This was an exciting and informative introduction to their Humanities topic, ‘The world’s your oyster.’ We are indebted to our visitors for ...read more →
Form 6 pupils braved the elements to carry out their Geography Fieldwork on Pitch Hill. As part of their Humanities assessment, they carried out investigations on footpath erosion at two sites on the hill. They took a variety of measurements at the site of a well-used footpath and a less ...read more →