Three boys spotted by Harlequins

Posted on 1 March, 2019 under Featured, News, Rugby, Sport

We are delighted to announce that Will S, Sam M and Eddie R, currently in Form 6, have all been selected for the Harlequins Developing Player Programme for the coming year. The boys were nominated by Mr Britt to go to a trial at the beginning of half-term, which was more →

Eleven Scholarships and Awards so far

Posted on 25 January, 2018 under Featured, Hockey, Netball, News, Riding, Rugby

A massive congratulations to Freddie F (hockey), Georgia L (hockey), Olivia M (hockey), Charlie P (rugby), Josh T (hockey), Eve V-O (netball) and Scott W (hockey) for gaining an Eric Abbott Scholarship to Cranleigh School for September 2018. We are also celebrating the success of two Eric Abbott Exhibitions that more →

CPS rugby teams meet Harlequins

Posted on 15 November, 2017 under Featured, News, Rugby, Sport

Today, Harlequins are using Cranleigh School as a base for their training. This has thrown up some fantastic opportunities for the children to watch and meet members of the current squad. First thing this morning, the U13A and U12A teams were afforded the opportunity to meet members of the squad more →

Rugby success

Posted on 17 May, 2017 under Featured, News, Rugby, Sport

Finn T, Will A, Cameron B and Chris B were part of the victorious Surrey President’s Cup competition for Guildford RFC recently. This is the top county competition for U13s. Highlights of the cup run included a tight win over an extremely good London Irish Amateur side, which was probably more →

Congratulations to our four Wellington sports’ scholars

Posted on 2 March, 2017 under Cricket, Featured, Hockey, Netball, News, Rugby, Swimming

We are delighted to announce that Finn T, Francesca S, Jess M and Will A have all been awarded sports’ scholarships to Wellington College. All sports’ scholarship candidates spent the day at Wellington, playing their major sports and being interviewed individually about their sporting achievements.  Finn was selected for rugby and more →