Match Report: 2nd VII Boys’ Hockey.

Posted on 6 March, 2014 under Hockey, News, Sport

Cranleigh 6  Hurst 1   Having enjoyed a fine, skilful and well-contested warm-up battle against the 1st VII, the 2nd VII took quite a while to strike the right chords when the real concert commenced. Initially, a number of promising Cranleigh attacks failed to result in goals and Hurst began more →

Theatrical success for Cranleigh Prep School!

Posted on 4 March, 2014 under Drama, News

Two Form 6 boys received exciting news last week. Will Kirkham has been awarded a Drama Scholarship to Hurst.  With two contrasting pieces for his audition – tried and tested a few days earlier in Upper School Chapel – Will obviously ticked all the boxes for the award panel, and more →

South Africa trip 2014

Posted on 25 February, 2014 under News

Fifteen Form 6 boys and one very brave girl, the adventurous Lydia, spent twelve action-packed days in South Africa during the Christmas holidays.  Under the expert guidance of their group leader, Paul Storey, plus Debbie Storey, Mark Halstead and Chris Monks (Sam’s father), the children made some lifelong memories, enjoying more →

Riders on Winning Form

Posted on 25 February, 2014 under News, Sport

Riding is the only sport or activity at Cranleigh that fully involves pupils from 7-18, with teams being made up of riders from both the Senior and Prep Schools and both boys and girls competing together, and it was our youngest riders who set the trail to the NSEA Championships 2014 at more →

Lent Term Swimming highlights

Posted on 14 February, 2014 under News, Sport, Swimming

Lent Term – 2014 We had a perfect start to the Lent Term, with CPS collecting 6 gold medals and achieving many new personal best times, at the Guildford & District Championships, held at Guildford Spectrum in January. Piers (Capt)  U13s – 50m Backstroke –  Gold Max U13s  – 50m– more →

House Music – Piano final

Posted on 11 February, 2014 under Music, News

This morning saw the fourth final in this year’s House Music Competition, and featured pianists from across the school. Ranging from beginners to Grade 8 standard, we were treated to a splendid concert of varied piano works and received very informative comments from the adjudicators. Creating an atmosphere, balancing the more →