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Cranleigh Preparatory School

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Cranleigh Preparatory School

Cranleigh Prep

Address: Cranleigh Preparatory School, Horseshoe Lane, Cranleigh, Surrey GU6 8QH
Website: cranprep.org
Founded: 1913
Number of Pupils: 350 boys and girls
Fees: Boarding: £24,225 annually. Day: (Years 5-8) £20,085 annually, Day (Years 3-4) £15,480 annually
Ages: 7–13
Head Teacher: Mr Neil Brooks
Religious Affiliation: Church of England
Entrance Procedure: Age appropriate assessments and report from the head of the pupil’s current school.
Contact: Head of Admissions
Email: [email protected]
School Visits: Parents are welcome to visit throughout term. Next Open Morning 27 February

The Curriculum

A stimulating academic programme, leading to Common Entrance or scholarship exams at 13+. Latin from NC Year 6. Food Tech, music, drama, art and DT are part of the balanced curriculum.

Games & The Arts

An outstanding reputation for sport, with individual pupils and teams regularly playing at county and national level. The arts are an integral part of the school, with excellent plays and concerts throughout the year and a brilliant, inspirational art department.

Pastoral Care

A warm and welcoming atmosphere is present from a child’s first day. There is a remarkable sense of community, and of pupils and staff working together. Form tutors are a constant source of encouragement, praise and advice, supported by a strong pastoral team within this very happy school.

Recent Scholarships

40 scholarships in 2018, 169 scholarships over the last four years to some of the country’s best schools, including Brighton College, Cranleigh, Charterhouse, Eton, KCS Wimbledon, Marlborough, RGS Guildford, Tonbridge, Wellington and Winchester.

Head Teacher’s Philosophy

We focus on enabling each child to fulfil their intellectual potential, whilst encouraging them to find real enjoyment, and to seek success from their participation, at whatever level, in the many artistic, cultural and sporting opportunities which the school promotes. We believe that children should grow up with an understanding of the importance of personal responsibility, respect for other people and how to work as part of a team.

Outstanding Characteristics

  • Set in 40 acres of stunning Surrey countryside, less than 50 minutes from London
  • Outstanding academic results
  • First-class sports and music facilities
  • An exceptional art department
  • Unique pastoral care in a wonderfully relaxed, happy and inspirational environment


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