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Staff Prefects, Village Times Activities, Games & Societies Daily Routine Other Routine Times & Abbreviations Opening Times Calendar School Conventions Uniform and Dress Code Sport at Cranleigh Term Dates Notes Music Timetable Calendar Prep Timetable Academic Timetable

CRANLEIGH SCHOOL, CRANLEIGH, SURREY GU6 8QQ 01483 273666 www.cranleigh.org DUTY MANAGER EMERGENCY TELEPHONE NUMBER: 07936 447866

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COMMON ROOM SMT Head Deputy Head

Mr G.de W. WALLER, MA MSc FRSA PGCE Mr A.J. GRIFFITHS, BSc MSc DIC CGeol FGS QTS (Physics, Geology)

Director of Studies Assistant Deputy Head

Mr I.M. ALLISON, MA PGCE (English, Drama) Mr S.D. BIRD BA QTS (French, Spanish)

Head of School Admin Deputy Director of Studies & Senior Teacher Inspection Officer Director of IT Head of Admissions Non-Executive

Ms A.J. RUSSELL-PRICE (mrp@cranleigh.org) Mr D.R. BOGGITT, BEng PGCE (Maths) Dr A.P. SAXEL, BSc PhD (Chemistry; Housemistress, West) Mr D.J. FUTCHER, BSc MBCS QTS (Music Technology; ICT) Mr S.J. BATCHELOR Mr P. LEGGITT, MA (English; Chair of Common Room; Tutor, East)

All e-mail addresses are initials@cranleigh.org unless otherwise indicated

Tutor Name Mrs M.C. ALLISON, BEd Mr R.M. ALLON-SMITH, MA PGCE Mrs L.F.M. ARDLEY, BA English BA French PGCE (la@cranleigh.org) Miss M. BAFFOU, LLCE Mr J. BARTLETT, BSc CIMA

Mrs S.E. BAUMANN, BA PGCE Mr C.H.D. BODDINGTON, BA PGCE Mr J. J. BROOKES, BA Mr M. J. BROOKES, BSc Mr B.W. BROWNE, BSc PGCE Mr E.M. BURNETT, BSc MBA PGCE Mrs H.K.E. BURNS, BEd AdvDip (Psych & SEN) Mrs O. BURT, BA, MA Mr E.A. CLARKE, BA AMusTCL Mr R.A. CLARKE, BA BPhil QTS Mr S.T. COOKE, MA PGCE Miss E.M. COYLE BA MA Mrs E.G.M. DELLIERE, BA Mr N. DRAKE, BA Mrs E.L. ELLIN, BA PGCE

Position/Subject English; i/c Riding; Executive Foundation Director Careers; i/c Young Enterprise; Tutor, Loveday French; Tutor, Loveday French Assistante Head of Economics & Business Studies; Head of Lower School Studies; i/c Racket Sports; Tutor, East Design; Tutor, Cubitt Economics, Business Studies; Housemaster, Cubitt Williams Librarian; English; Tutor, North Head of Design; Tutor, North Mathematics; i/c Football; Tutor, Cubitt Economics, Business Studies; Housemaster, North SENCO; Deputy Housemistress, West Resources Librarian; Religious Studies; Russian; Tutor, South Classics; Tutor, Cubitt Head of Spanish; Senior Tutor; Tutor, Loveday Acting Chaplain; Religious Studies; Deputy Housemaster, Cubitt History; Tutor, Loveday Business Studies, Economics; Director of Communication; Tutor, Loveday French, Spanish; Tutor, East Head of Mathematics; Tutor, South 2


(ee@cranleigh.org) Mrs H.B. FEARN, BA PGCE Mr T.R. FEARN, BSc PGCE Mr A.P. FORSDIKE, MA PGCE Mrs R.E. FRETT, MA PGCE Dr R. B. GALE, BSc PhD PGCE Miss R.S. GIBSON, BTh Mr T.R.D. GODDIN, BA Miss G.L. GREENWOOD, BSc MSc Miss S.L. GREENWOOD, BA (Ed) Mr E.J. GRIFFITHS, BSc Dr D.A.W. HOGG, BA MSt DPhil Mr A.R. HOUSTON, BSc Miss L.J. HYETT, BA Mr M.R. JENKINS, BA Mr R.C.E.K. KEFFORD, BSc PGCE Dr S.L. KEMP, BSc PhD PGCE Mr R. LAILEY, MA Mr R.G. LANE, MEng PGCE Mr T.G. LEEKE BSc Mr P.F. LEWTHWAITE, BA PGCAP Miss N.I. LOCKWOOD, BA QTS Mr A.A.G. LOGAN, BA PGCE Mr P.J. LONGSHAW, MA Mrs S.E. McLAUGHLIN, BEd Mr P.A. McNIVEN, Dip AD QTS Miss H. MALLORY, BA PGCE Dr J.C.E. MANN, BSc PhD CBiol MSB Mr T.J. MARRIOTT, MA Miss H.K. MERRY, BSc Miss A.W.A.C. MITROPOULOS, BA MPhil Mr J.P. NAIRNE, BFA PGCE Mrs C. NEILL, BA PGCE Mr G.J.N. NEILL, BA MA PGCE Miss C.E. NICHOLLS, MA PGCE

Head of History and Politics; Tutor, South Physics; Head of Academic Administration; Warden, Cubitt History; Head of PSHEE; i/c Cricket; Deputy Housemaster, East Religious Studies, Chaplaincy; Housemistress, South Biology; i/c Athletics; Tutor, Cubitt Head of Religious Studies; Tutor, North Economics, Business Studies; Tutor, North Biology; Tutor, West Head of P.E.; Mathematics; i/c Golf; Deputy Housemistress, South Chemistry; i/c Cross Country; Warden, East Head of Classics; Assistant to Senior Tutor; Tutor, South P.E.; Director of Rugby; Project Director; Tutor, East Drama; Tutor, South Theatre Manager; Tutor, North Chemistry; i/c Hockey Coaching; Tutor, Loveday Head of Chemistry; Tutor, West External Examinations; EVC Head of Physics; Deputy Housemaster, North History, Politics; i/c War Studies Society; Warden, North Art (Sculpture); Tutor, Cubitt Director of Drama; Tutor, West Geography; Housemaster, Loveday English; Editor, The Cranleighan; i/c Schools Challenge; Tutor, East Sport Artist-in-Residence Geography; i/c Rounders; Tutor, North Head of Biology; Master of Scholars; Exams Officer History & Politics; Head of Curriculum Extension; CPLO; Tutor, Cubitt Economics, Business Studies; Tutor, East Classics; Tutor, South Director of Art; Tutor, Loveday French, Spanish; CPLO; Tutor, Cubitt Head of English; Tutor, Cubitt Mathematics; i/c Squash; i/c Hockey Administration; Tutor, South 3


Miss R.P.F. NICHOLSON, MA PGCE Mrs N.L. ODHAMS, MEng MA Mr R.J. ORGAN Miss C. OSNER-CLARK, BSc PGCE Mr B.E. PAGE, BA PGCE Miss D.E. PARKES, BA PGCE Miss S. R. PARRY, BA PGCE Mr M.C. PASHLEY, BMus Mrs J.A. PIMM, BEd Mr T. RAMSEY, MA Mrs O.D. RAVILIOUS, BA PGCE Mr D.C. REED, BA MSc Mr A.D. ROBINSON, BA PGCE Mr I.P. ROSSITER, BSc Mr R.J. SAXEL, BA, Dip.RAM, LRAM Mr P. SCRIVEN, BA MA LRAM MM Mr C.P.G. STEARN, BA MPhil Dr. J.A. STEINHAUER-HOGG MA PhD Miss L.E.C. STURDEE, MA PGCE Mrs N.R. SUTTON, BA PGCE Mrs S.D. THOMSON, BSc Mr R.R. TRIVEDI, MA Dr B.R. TYRRELL, MChem DPhil Dr M. WARD, BA PhD LGSM MMus Dip.RCM ARCM Mrs N. A. C. WARDEN, MA PGCE Miss H.R.F. WARNER, BA MA Mr K.D. WEAVER, BA PGDip Miss S.L. WEBB, BA PGCE Mr S.D. WELCH Miss J.D WILES, BSc PGCE Mrs R.A. WILLIAMS, BA PGCE (rw@cranleigh.org) Mr R.A. WILSON, LTCL Mr J.M. WITCOMBE, BSc PGCE Mrs U.C. YARDLEY, BA PGCE Ms W.L. YATES, Cert Ed Dr S.A.H. YOUNG, BSc MSc PhD PGCE

Head of French & Italian, German; Assistant Head of Careers; Tutor, West Physics; Tutor, East Director of Hockey Assistant Head of Maths; Tutor, West French; Warden, Loveday Geography; Tutor, South Drama, PE; Director of Netball; Warden, West Director of Cranleigh Music Sport Classics; Tutor, Loveday Assistant Head of English; Tutor, Cubitt Design; Tutor, East French, Spanish; Tutor, North Assistant Chaplain; Biology; Tutor, East Head of Performance; Tutor, West Organist in Residence Head of Geography; Tutor, North Classics (Maternity Leave) Biology, Physics; Chaplaincy; Resident Warden, South Assistant Director of Art; Tutor, South Religious Studies, P.E.; Tutor, South (Maternity Leave) Mathematics; Tutor, East Chemistry; i/c Climbing; CPLO; Tutor, North Head of Piano Languages; Teaching Assistant English; Tutor, North Head of Strings; Tutor, Cubitt History, Politics; Warden, West Sport; Director of Cricket; Deputy Housemaster, Loveday Maths; Tutor, West Head of Woodwind and Brass; Tutor, South Bandmaster; i/c Community Service; Tutor, Loveday Physics; Housemaster, East Head of German, French; i/c Badminton; Tutor, West Art (Ceramics); Tutor, West Biology, Geology; Head of Outdoor Education; OC, CCF; Tutor, West

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BURSARIAL STAFF Bursar: Mr P.T. ROBERTS, MBE DChA , Bursar’s Secretary: Mrs S.N. LEE, BA Deputy Bursar: Mr P.A. DUNN, BA Director of Finance: Miss J. A. UNDERDOWN, BA CIMA Payroll: Miss E. DENBY, Purchases: Mr G.J. RUSH, Fees: Mrs J. CURSLEY Personnel Manager: Mrs N.J. HUTTON, Personnel Assistant: Mrs S. L. TWEEDY Assistant to Head of School Admin: Miss V.J. WEARN CR Secretary: Mrs D.M. PETTIFER, Music Administrator: Mrs C.E. GOLDEN Enterprises Manager: Mrs J.S.C. BATCHELOR Matrons: (e-mail addresses follow the pattern CUBITTMATRON@cranleigh.org) Cubitt: North:

South:

Mrs J. GOLDSMITH Mrs A. YOUNG Mrs M. GALLAFANT Mrs K. GODFREE

East:

Mrs C. HIGGINS Mrs K. PRICE

West:

Loveday:

Mrs S. NEILL Mrs J. REILLY Mrs M. GALE Mrs E. RUOCCO Mrs D. BATSTONE Ms C. CASSON Mrs T. GADD

School Doctor: Dr G. TYRRELL, MB BS DOBST RCOG Sports Injuries Doctor: Dr M. BUNDY, MB BS MRCGP. Dip Sports Med. FFSEM Sister: Mrs F. LEDGER, RGN Senior Staff Nurse: Mrs W.SCHULZ, RGN Staff Nurses: Mrs. J. Brown, RGN, Mrs M. BRYANT, RGN, Mrs R. CARNES, RGN, Mrs F. DONOVAN, RGN, Mrs S. SMITH, RGN Bank Nurse: Mrs S. COLLEN, RGN Medical Centre Assistants: Mrs A. SARGEANT, Mrs A. JACKSON Counsellor: Mrs A. COLVILE, BA MBACP FdA Counselling Database & Website Manager: Mr J. YOUNG IT Coordinator: Mr J. BURTON-GOW Network Manager: Mr R. SALT Multimedia Technician: Mr T. BUTLER Technicians: Ms L. BAILY, Mr A. CAMERON-BLACKIE, Mrs S. HARDSTONE, Mr G. HARRIS, Mrs O. JENKINS, Mr P. LOCKHART, Mr J. SANDFORD, Miss K. SIMPSON TASC: Mr S.T. PIDGEON (Sports Centre Manager); Mrs C. SHAYLER (Sports Centre Assistant Manager) Strength & Conditioning Coach: Mr S. BREARLEY Swimming & Water Polo Coach: Mr W. PHILPOT Photographer: Mrs A. FULFORD Equestrian Centre: Miss S.M. SPEAR (Director of Riding); Miss E. EDWARDS (Livery Yard Manager); Miss F. COLOMBO (Riding School Manager); Miss K. WALL (Assistant) School Shop: Mrs M. WINNICK (Manager) Miss L. BENSON, Mrs J. STANDING, Mrs R. SCRIVEN

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SCHOOL PREFECTS Senior Prefects Catherine Hobbs (West); Harvey Jackson (East)

House Captains Ed de Blaby (Cubitt); Alex Jeffries (East); Nathan Thorpe (Loveday); Jamie Harrison (North); Jess Worpole (South); Tilda Martin (West)

Deputy House Captains Theo Bowden & Ben Castle-Gibb (Cubitt); Jerrick Carne & Harry Eamey (East); Kuziva Ndewere & Nick Edwards (Loveday); Alfie Dudman-Jones & Max Rahder (North); Cecile Zoet (South); Alex Adams & Issi Rennocks (West) _____________________________________

Butts Committee James Brock (Cubitt); Sam Arnold (East); Harry Jervis (Loveday); Will Inkster (North); Tish Montgomery (South); Stephanie Cooper (West)

Chapel Wardens George Collecott (Cubitt); George Thomas & Charlie Piper (East); Hugh Phelps (Loveday); Robbie Matthews (North); Isie Marcar & Charlie Phillips (South); Genie Barreto & Tara Beamish (West)

Library Prefects Fin Johnston (Cubitt); James Hibbert (East); William Jay (Loveday); Sean Osborne (North); Louisa Richards (South); Katarzyna Sowa (West)

VILLAGE TIMES Weekdays

4.30-5.30pm 3.30-6.00pm

Lower School: Mon, Tue, Thu only VI Form (not in lesson time) Mon-Fri

Everyone may visit the village on Saturday afternoons after their sporting commitments, and on Sundays after the lunchtime callover, but must be back for the 5.30 pm callover on both days. Notes: 1. 2.

The village is always out of bounds in lesson time. Other times: village out of bounds and may be visited only with Housemaster/Housemistress’s permission.

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ACTIVITIES, GAMES AND SOCIETIES Art Athletics Badminton Bands Beyond Cranleigh Careers Canoeing CCF Choir Climbing Community Service Cranleighan Cricket Cross Country Dance Design Workshops Drama Duke of Edinburgh Award eXchange (Christian Forum) First Aid Fives Football Golf Hockey Coaching/Hockey Administration Knoller Society (History) Lacrosse Music Netball Orchestra Outdoor Education Purvis Society Racket Sports Riding Rounders Rugby Schools’ Challenge Shooting Squash Swimming Technical Theatre Tennis Tom Avery Society (Adventurers) War Studies Society Water Polo Young Enterprise

Mr J.P. Nairne Dr R.B. Gale Mrs U.C. Yardley Mr R.A. Wilson Ms L.E.C. Sturdee Mr R.M. Allon-Smith Ms L.J.J. Baily OC: Major S.A.H. Young; SSI: Mr G.G. Bryant Mr M.C. Pashley Dr B.R. Tyrrell Mr R.A. Wilson Mr P.J. Longshaw Mr S.D. Welch/Mr A. P. Forsdike Mr E.J. Griffiths Miss S. Parry Mr M.J. Brookes Miss N.I. Lockwood Dr S.A.H. Young Mr S.T. Cooke Mr S.T. Pidgeon Mr J. Bartlett / Mr A Cameron-Blackie Mr B.W. Browne Miss S.L. Greenwood Mr R. J. Organ/Mr R.C.E K. Kefford/Miss C.E. Nicholls Mrs H.B Fearn Miss H.K. Merry Mr M.C. Pashley Miss E. Blackmore Mr M.C. Pashley Dr S.A.H. Young Dr J.C.E. Mann Mr J. Bartlett Mrs M.C. Allison Miss H. Mallory Mr A.R. Houston Mr P.J. Longshaw Mr G.G Bryant Miss C.E. Nicholls Mr W. Philpot Mr M.R. Jenkins Mr J. Bartlett Dr S.A.H. Young Mr T.G. Leeke Mr W. Philpot Mr R.M. Allon-Smith

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WEEKDAY ROUTINE Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

7.15 7.55am

Breakfast

Breakfast

Breakfast

Breakfast

Breakfast

8.10am

Callover

Callover

Callover

Callover

Callover

Chapel

Chapel

8.25am 8.45 9.20am 9.25 10.00am 10.05 10.40am

11.10 11.45am

Chapel Period 1

Period 1

Period 1

Period 1

Period 1

Period 2

Period 2

Period 2

Period 2

Period 2

Period 3

Period 3

Period 3

Period 3

Period 3

Break

Break

Break

Break

Break

Period 4

Period 4

Period 4

Period 4

Period 4

Period 5

Period 5

Period 5

Period 5

Period 5

(ends 12.15pm for IV Form)

(ends 12.15pm for IV Form)

(ends 12.15pm for IV Form)

(ends 12.15pm for IV Form)

(ends 12.15pm for IV Form)

12.30 1.05pm

Period 6 for VI Form

Period 6 for VI Form

Period 6 for VI Form

Period 6 for VI Form

Period 6 for VI Form

1.10pm

Lunch for VI Form

Lunch for VI Form

Lunch for VI Form

Lunch for VI Form

Lunch for VI Form

Callover Callover

(Juniors) (Seniors)

Period 6 for Lower School

Period 6 for Lower School

Period 6 for Lower School

Period 6 for Lower School

11.50 12.25pm LUNCH

See Lunch Times

1.10pm 1.50pm 1.20 1.55pm 2.05 3.00pm 2.00 2.35pm 2.40 3.15pm 3.15 3.50pm 3.55 4.30pm

Period 6 for Lower School Priority Time (or Forms

Pupils working in Houses)

Priority Time (or Pupils working in Houses)

Period 7

Period 7

Period 8

Period 8

Period 7

Games

Games

Period 8

Games

Games

3.30pm 4.30 6.00pm 5.507.00pm 7.158.45pm

Priority Time (or Pupils working in Houses)

Games and Activities

Activities D of E

Games / 4th OE

Games Supper Prep in Houses

9.15pm

IV/LV Pupils in Houses

9.30pm

IV Lights out; UV to own Houses; VI in Houses or Butts (quiet around Campus)

9.45pm

LV Lights out

10.00pm

All Pupils in House; UV lights out; "Quiet Time" for Sixth Form

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MEAL TIMES: Monday-Friday Breakfast

IVth Form V VI

7:15am Before 7:30am Before 7:55am

Lunch

IVth Form LV UV VI

12:15pm 12:25pm 12:45pm 1:05pm

(must go straight from lessons) (must go straight from lessons) (go back to House first) (UVI only from 12.50, if free)

Supper

IVth Form UV LV VI

5.50pm 6:05pm 6:15pm 6:25pm

(must arrive promptly please) (don’t go near DH until after 6.05) (don’t go near DH until after 6.15) (don’t go near DH until after 6.25)

WEEKEND ROUTINE SATURDAY 7.15 – 7.55am 8.00am 8.05 - 8.40am 8.45 – 9.20am 9.25 – 10.00am 10.05 – 10.40am

SUNDAY

11.15 – 11.45am 11.50 – 12.20pm

Breakfast Callover Tutorial Period Period 1 Period 2 Period 3 Break Period 4 Period 5

LUNCH 12.20pm 12.35pm 12.45pm 12.55pm 1.10pm

11.00 – 12.00noon

Brunch

Away teams VI Form V Form IV Form

1.10pm

Callover

Callover

1.00 - 5.30pm

Village in bounds

3.00pm 5.45pm

Exeats may begin after sport NTC Callover Callover

5.45pm

Callover

6.00 – 7.00pm

Supper (if required)

6.00 - 6.40pm

Supper

7.30 - 9.00pm

Detention

8.00pm

Callover

10.00pm

All pupils in Houses

8.15pm

Chapel

Sport Village in bounds after sport

Quiet time in Houses Weekend departure may not begin before 3.00pm except by special individual arrangements. 9


ART SCHOOL LIFE DRAWING Monday Tuesday

7.15 – 8.45pm 7.15 – 8.45pm

CHAPEL SERVICES Sunday Tuesday, Thursday Friday

8.15 - 8.55pm 8.25 - 8.40am 8.25 - 8.40am

Evensong Midweek Service Congregational Practice

6.30 – 7.10pm 6.30 – 7.30pm 6.30 – 7.30pm

Chapel Choir Chamber Choir Chapel Choir

CHOIR PRACTICES Monday Tuesday Thursday

DUKE OF EDINBURGH AWARD Monday

4.40 - 5.15pm 5.15 - 6.00pm 4.40-6.00pm

Bronze Silver Gold

DISCIPLINE VI Form Academic Detention Wednesday Extra School Thursday School Detention Saturday

4.00 - 5.15pm 5.00 - 6.00pm 7.30 - 9.00pm

EXAMS AND REPORTS Public Exams are shown on right side of the page. They begin at 8.50am or 1.45pm, unless other times are stated on the published timetable. All report deadlines are 10.30am unless otherwise shown.

ABBREVIATION KEY ALT CR CNR DS EC GB HUF JMP LL

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Academic Lecture Theatre Common Room Cranleighan Room Drama Studio Emms Centre Atrium Governing Body High Upfold Farmhouse Jubilee Memorial Pavilion Language Laboratory

MMS OEC RC RR RVR SH TASC VCT WFC

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Merriman Music School Outdoor Education Centre Rhodes Centre (Art & Design) Reading Room Redgrave Room Speech Hall Trevor Abbott Sports Centre Vivian Cox Theatre Woodland Fitness Centre


OPENING TIMES SCHOOL SHOP & BOOKSHOP Monday - Friday 2.00 – 3.00pm Activity Times Saturday (School Shop only)

8.30am – 5.00pm Closed to pupils 8.30am – 12.00 noon

Holidays (School Shop) Monday - Friday Saturday & Sunday

9.00am - 5.00pm Closed

Holidays (Bookshop)

Closed

LIBRARY Monday - Friday Saturday Sunday

8.30am – 7.00pm 8.45am - 12.15pm Closed

WORKSHOPS / STUDIOS (Rhodes Centre) Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday / Exeats

4.15pm - 6.00pm 3.30pm - 6.00pm (activities) 4.15pm - 6.00pm 3.30pm - 6.00pm (activities) 2.00pm - 5.30pm By arrangement

MEDICAL CENTRE Morning Surgery: Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday Sports Injuries Clinic: Monday Thursday

from 7.30am from 4.00pm from 4.30pm

EQUESTRIAN CENTRE Monday – Friday 8.00am-6.30pm Saturday – Sunday 8.00am-5.00pm (Sand School allocation to go via Sophie Spear ss@cranleigh.org)

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WEEK 1

Duty Team: C/S, MW/DPs: LJH/ E de Blaby/J Carne

Reports: Monday 21 April

Remember

Tuesday 22 April

Remember

All Day

am Biology EMPA: UVI Tasks 1 & 2

11.30am 4.30pm 5.30pm 5.55pm 7.15pm 7.30pm

Common Room Meetings Term starts for Boarders Boys’ Cricket v Worth 1st XI (A) (depart 8.45am) Rugby Tour Fitness Testing (cricket priority) Callover Supper Callover Evensong: The Acting Chaplain

Wednesday 23 April

8.10am 8.50am 9.25am 3.15pm 3.30pm 4.45pm 5.00pm 5.45pm 6.15pm 7.00pm 8.00pm

pm Biology EMPA: LVI Tasks 1 & 2

Remember

Term starts for Day Pupils Formal Prep for UV Suspended Throughout Term Callover for Whole House Assembly (SH) Period 2 onwards: lessons / activities as normal Academic meeting for all UV (ALT to 3.40pm) Climbing: Girls’ House Bouldering Competition (OEC) Junior Golf Competition VI Form Boys’ PSHEE: Sexual Health and Chlamydia Screening (ALT) VI Form Girls’ PSHEE: Sexual Health and Chlamydia Screening (ALT) The eXchange: Nick Mullins (RR) LVI PE Revision Seminar (to 8.00pm) UVI PE Revision Seminar (to 9.00pm) 12


WEEK 1

Duty Team: C/S, MW/DPs: LJH/ E de Blaby/J Carne

Reports: Thursday 24 April

Remember

2.00pm UV Art Priority Session (Rhodes Block) 5.00pm Meeting for those interested in Technical Theatre (SH) 5.45pm LVI Careers Workshop (Optional) (ALT) 6.30pm Cranleigh Voices Rehearsal 8.00pm Beyond Cranleigh Talk on Kasanka Trust, Zambia (ALT) Friday 25 April 12.30pm Junior Lunchtime Concert (MMS) 4.30pm UVI Girls’ Self-Defence Course (TASC, to 6.30pm) 4.45pm Junior Golf Competition 6.30pm G-Live Choir Rehearsal Saturday 26 April 8.00am UVI PSHEE Lecture, Life post School, HM & HKM, (ALT) 9.30am Small Group Meeting (RR) Boys’ Cricket v Tonbridge 11.30am 1st XI (H) 2.30pm U16A, U14 A, B, C (H) 2.30pm 2nd, 3rd,4th, U15 A, B, C (A) Boys’ Tennis: ISL Round 1 2.00pm 1st (A at Reed’s) 2.00pm U16A, U15A, U14A (A at Eton) (depart 11.50am) Boys’ Tennis v Eton 2.00pm 2nd, U16B, U15B, U14B (H) Girls’ Tennis Internal Matches 2.00pm 1st, 2nd, 16A, B, 15A, B, 14A, B (H) 2.00pm Boys’ Athletics v Epsom (A) Girls’ Athletics v Wellington (A) Rounders v KES Witley 2.00pm U16, U15, U14 (A) 2.00pm Boys’ Athletics v Epsom (A) 3.00pm West House Charity Day (after sport) (to 9.00pm)

pm UVI Biology Unit 3 Re-take Tasks 1 & 2

Sunday 27 April All Day Climbing Club to Local Sandstone (to 5pm) All Day Riding: SJ County Challenge Finals @ Bury Farm All Day OCs over 70s Reunion 10.00am AS Drama Practical Rehearsal (to 6pm) 1.30pm Boys’ Cricket v Surrey U15 U15 A (H) (meet 12pm) 3.00pm Choir Rehearsal 7.30pm Concert Series: Farewell to GW, Merriman Concert Orchestra / Choir (GLive) 9.00pm Callover

Remember

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Remember

Remember


WEEK 2

Duty Team: N/W, MW/DPs: RMAS/ A Dudman-Jones/KK Ndewera

Reports: Monday 28 April

Remember

8.00am 8.00am 8.35am 8.45am

8.45am GCSE Art Practical (to 4.30pm)

9.30am 4.40pm 5.00pm

Fire Audibility Test (and every Monday) West House Photo (Quad) IV PSHEE Lecture, In Touch, SJB, (MMS) UV PSHEE Lecture, Work Experience Briefing, RMAS, (ALT) GB Strategic Planning Committee (RVR) Health & Safety Meeting (RVR) LVI Drama Practical (to 7.00pm)

4.45pm AS Chemistry EMPA Task 1 pm IGCSE Spanish Orals

Tuesday 29 April

Remember

All Day

2.00pm GCSE Art Practical (to 5.30pm)

8.00am 2.00pm 2.30pm 4.30pm 5.00pm 7.00pm

LV Geography Field Trip to West Wittering (to 5.00pm) (half group) South House Photo (Quad) LVI Careers Workshop (Optional) (ALT) Boys’ Cricket v St George’s Weybridge U14 A, B, C (H) Girls’ Cricket v Brighton U18 (A) (depart 3.30pm) Symphony Orchestra Rehearsal (MMS / SH) LVI Drama Practicals Moderation

2.00pm AS Chemistry EMPA Task 2 pm A2 French Orals pm IGCSE Spanish Orals

Wednesday 30 April

Remember

All Day

4.00pm GCSE Art Practical (to 6.00pm)

8.00am 8.25am 1.15pm 3.30pm 4.00pm 5.00pm 6.15pm 8.45pm

LV Geography Field Trip to West Wittering (to 5.00pm) (half group) Cubitt House Photo (Quad) East House Photo (Quad) Prefects’ Photo (Quad) Boys’ Golf: Senior House Matches Semi-Finals Girls’ Tennis v St Catherine’s (Branston Shield) 1st (A) LVI Careers Workshop (Optional) (ALT) The eXchange: Jimmie Massie (RR) DW Team Celebration (ALT)

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4.45pm UVI Chemistry Task 1 pm IGCSE Spanish Orals


WEEK 2

Duty Team: N/W, MW/DPs: RMAS/ A Dudman-Jones/KK Ndewera

Reports:

Fri, 10.30am: UV, LVI Grades

Thursday 1 May

Remember

8.00am 10.00am

2.00pm A2 Chemistry EMPA Written Task 2

2.30pm 3.00pm 3.15pm 4.00pm 5.00pm 7.30pm

DW Team Photo Matrons’ Meeting (RVR) Boys’ Cricket v Hurstpierpoint 3rd, U16 (H) 4th (A) Golf: Olunoyo Trophy (at Bramley GC) Boys’ Cricket U14 Cup v Weydon (H) Boys Swimming v Charterhouse U19, U16, U14 (A) (depart 3:15pm) The Confirmation Course (RR) VI Form Purvis Society Lecture & Dinner, Energy Policy: What Energy Policy? RL (ATL)

Friday 2 May 10.30am UV, LVI Grades 12.30pm Junior / Senior Lunchtime Concert (Chapel) 3.30pm Summer Concert Rehearsals 4.45pm Girls’ Golf v GHS / CPS 7.30pm Summer Concert (SH) Saturday 3 May 8.10am UVI Yearbook photo (Quad) Boys’ Cricket v Wellington 11.30am 1st XI (A) (depart 9.25am) 2.30pm 2nd, U16, U15 A, B, C (H) 2.30pm 3rd, 4th, U14 A, B, C (A) Boys’ Tennis: ISL Round 2 2.00pm 1st, U16A, U15A, U14A (A) Boys’ Tennis v Epsom 2.00pm U15B, U15C, U14B, U14C (H) 2.00pm 2nd, U16B (A) 2.00pm Rounders v Epsom U16 (H) U14 (A) Girls’ Tennis v Epsom 2.00pm 1st, 2nd, U16A, B (H) 2.00pm U15A, B, U14A, B (A) Swimming v Christ’s Hospital & St John’s 2.00pm U19, U16, U14 (A) 2.00pm Boys’ and Girls’ Athletics v Wellington (A) 7.00pm South House Charity Concert (EC) 7.30pm Loveday House UVI Dinner (High Upfold) Exeat (after games) (Houses Closed) Sunday 4 May Exeat (Houses Closed) 18

pm IGCSE Spanish Orals pm AS French Orals

Remember 8.45am Biology UVI Task 3 (to 10.45) (ALT) 11.00am Biology LVI Task 3 (to 12.35) (ALT) pm IGCSE Spanish Orals pm AS French Orals Remember

Remember


WEEK 3

Duty Team: E/S, MW/DPs: JJB/ H Eamey/N Edwards

Reports:

Wed, 10.30am: IV, LV Grades

Monday 5 May 7.30pm 9.00pm

Remember

Bank Holiday Choir Dinner (DH) Callover

Tuesday 6 May

Remember

All Day 9.00am 12.45pm

8.45am AS Chemistry Task 3 (ALT)

2.15pm 2.30pm 3.00pm 3.30pm 3.30pm 3.30pm 4.00pm 5.00pm 5.00pm 5.00pm 7.15pm

13+ Academic Award Examinations A Level PE Moderation Day (Esher College) Lunchtime Organ Recital Series: Philip Scriven (Chapel) Boys’ Cricket v Wellington U15 A (A) ECB / ESCA National Cup (depart 12.15) Golf v OCs (Walton Heath) Boys’ and Girls’ U19 Athletics v Charterhouse (A) Boys’ Cricket v Lancing College 4th XI (H) 16 A (A) Climbing Competition (A) CR Salaries Committee (CR) Swimming v Epsom College U19, U16, U14 (A) GB Education Committee (RVR) UV House Rounders Senior Badminton House Matches (TASC) LV RS Film (ALT)

pm AS Spanish Orals

Wednesday 7 May

Remember

All Day 8.00am 8.25am 9.00am 10.30am 3.30pm 6.15pm

8.45am UVI Chemistry Task 3

13+ Academic Award Examinations North House Photo (Quad) Loveday House Photo (Quad) A Level PE Moderation Day IV, LV Grades Gold D of E First Aid Training (to 6.30pm) (TASC) The eXchange: Dave Burt (RR)

4.00pm UV Design Practical (to 6.30pm) 7.15pm UV Design Practical (to 9.15pm) pm AS Spanish Orals

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WEEK 3

Duty Team: E/S, MW/DPs: JJB/ H Eamey/N Edwards

Reports:

Fri 10.30am: UVI Grades

Thursday 8 May

Remember

am 2.15pm

4.00pm UV Design Practical (to 6.30pm) 7.15pm UV Design Practical (to 8.45pm) pm A2 Spanish Orals

2.30pm 2.30pm 3.30pm 4.30pm 5.30pm

13+ Academic Award Examinations Golf v Charterhouse (Worplesdon GC) Boys’ Cricket v Charterhouse T/20 2nd , 3rd , 4th , U16 (H) U15 A, B, C, U14 A, B, C (A) Boys’ Swimming v Eton U19, U16, U14 (H) Tennis: Senior House Matches DW Presentation for LVI & UV (ALT)

Friday 9 May No LV Prep to be set All Day Eric Abbott Award Assessments 10.30am UVI Grades 1.10pm Senior Lunchtime Concert (MMS) 3.15pm House Athletics 7:00pm LVI PSHEE Lecture, Relationships, Alex Fryer, (MMS) 7.30pm Concert Series: Encore (EC)

Remember 8.45am UV Design Practical (to 10.40am)

Saturday 10 May Study Leave begins for LVI after school activities until end of Long Leave Study Leave begins for UV after school activities 8:00am UVI PSHEE Lecture, Life post School, Alex Fryer, (ALT) 9.30am CPS Form 4 Visit to Senior School Boys’ Cricket v Dulwich 11.30am 1st (H) 2.30pm 4th, U16, U14 A, B, C (H) 2.30pm 2nd, 3rd, U15 A, B, C (A) (depart 11.45am) 1.30pm Girls’ Athletics v Hurstpierpoint College (A) 2.00pm Boys’ Athletics v Tonbridge (A) Girls’ Tennis v City of London Freemen’s 2.00pm U15A, B, U14A, B (H) 2.00pm 1st, 2nd, U16A (A) 2.00pm Rounders v Hurstpierpoint U16, U15, U14 (A) 2.00pm Swimming v Bradfield U19, U16, U14 (H) Boys’ Tennis v Radley 2.30pm U15A, B, U14A, B (H) 2.30pm 1st, 2nd, 3rd, U16A, B (A)

Remember

Sunday 11 May 6.00pm The Confirmation Service: The Rt Revd. Ian Brackley, Bishop of Dorking 7.30pm Confirmation Supper (DH) 9.00pm Callover

Remember

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pm A2 Spanish Orals


WEEK 4

Duty Team: L/W, MW/DPs: JDW/ T Martin /M Rahder

Reports: Monday 12 May

Remember

8.45am 5.45pm 6.00pm

am RS GCSE (LV)

IV PSHEE Lecture, Careers, RMAS, (ALT) Meeting for UV interested in Gold D of E (SC 11) GB Buildings & Estate Committee (RVR)

pm GCSE French pm AS Geography pm AS Music pm AS German Orals

Tuesday 13 May

Remember

9.15am 3.00pm 3.30pm 3.30pm 5.00pm

am GCSE Chemistry am AS Economics am AS Geology am AS PoR

Prep Schools’ Choral Day (MMS / Chapel) Boys’ and Girls’ Athletics Waverley Trials (A) Swimming v Reed’s U19, U16, U14 (H) Golf: Senior Cronk Salver Junior Badminton House Matches (TASC)

pm A2 German Orals pm AS Italian Orals

Wednesday 14 May

Remember

8.15am 8.45am 3.45pm 4.30pm 6.15pm

am GCSE Maths am AS Design pm GCSE Spanish pm GCSE Geog pm AS History

Meeting for LV interested in Silver D of E (ALT / MMS) LV Design Trip to Winkworth (to 5.00pm) Boys’ Golf: Senior House Match Finals Girls’ Cricket: U14 T20 Cup v Howard of Effingham (A) The eXchange: Robbie Strachan (RR)

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WEEK 4

Duty Team: L/W, MW/DPs: JDW/ T Martin /M Rahder

Reports: Thursday 15 May

Remember

2.30pm 3.15pm 3.15pm 3.30pm 5.00pm 5.30pm 8.30pm

Trinity Music Exams am GCSE Physics am AS French pm AS Greek

Golf v Winchester / Wellington (H) Boys’ Cricket v Churcher’s College U15 B, C (H) Boys’ Cricket v Glebelands U14C Girls’ Cricket v Hurstpierpoint U18 (H) Junior Play Technical Rehearsal (to 10.00pm) Meeting for IV Form interested in Bronze D of E (ALT) Tom Avery Society: The History of Skiing (ALT)

Friday 16 May 12.30pm Junior Lunchtime Concert (MMS) 4.30pm Girls’ Invitational Golf Tournament (to 7.oopm) (H)

Remember am GCSE History am AS Russian am AS English am AS Geology pm GCSE Dutch pm AS Geog pm AS Maths (FP 1)

Saturday 17 May All Day Riding: Stonar ISODE All Day Riding: SJ, Royal Windsor Horse Show 9.30am Small Group Meeting (RR) Boys’ Cricket v Lancing College 11.30am 1st (A) (depart 9.25am) 2.00pm 3rd, U15 A, U14 B (H), U14 A (A) 2.00pm Boys’ and Girls’ Athletics v St Johns (A) Boys’ Cricket v Churcher’s College 2.00pm 2nd, (H), U16A (A) Boys’ Tennis v Tonbridge 2.15pm 1st, 2nd, U16A, B (H) 2.15pm U15A, B, U14A, B, C (A) Girls’ Tennis v Sevenoaks 2.15pm 1st, 2nd (H) U15A, B, U14A, B (A) 2.15pm Rounders v Sevenoaks U15, U14 (H)

Remember

Sunday 18 May All Day Riding: Stonar ISODE 10.00am Junior Play Rehearsal (to 6.00pm) 12.00pm CCF Range Day (to 5.00pm) 1.30pm Cricket: Platypods v Jack Frost XI (H) 8.00pm Callover 8.15pm Evensong: The Rt. Revd. Sandy Millar

Remember

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WEEK 5

Duty Team: C/S, MW/DPs: TR/ A Adams /T Bowden

Reports: Monday 19 May

Remember

5.15pm 5.45pm 6.30pm

am GCSE English Lang am GCSE German am AS Maths (C1) am AS Maths (Mech 2) pm GCSE Biology am & pm GCSE German pm AS BS pm AS Drama

UVI L, N, W UCAS Briefing: Results Day, RAC (MMS) UVI C, E, S UCAS Briefing: Results Day, RAC (MMS) Junior Play Dress Rehearsal / CPS Performance (VCT)

Tuesday 20 May

Remember

2.30pm 3.30pm 3.30pm 5.30pm 7.30pm

am GCSE English Lit am AS German am AS Physics am AS Politics pm IGCSE Maths

Junior Golf v Charterhouse (A) Climbing Competition Swimming v Winchester U19, U16, U14 (H) Girls’ House Swimming Junior Play, The 39 Steps, John Buchan (VCT)

Wednesday 21 May

Remember

9.00am 4.30pm 4.45pm 6.15pm 7.30pm

am GCSE Dutch am AS Biology am AS Music Tech

Foundation Tennis Tournament Boys’ House Swimming Girls’ Golf: House Matches 1 The eXchange: Matt Taylor (RR) Junior Play, The 39 Steps, John Buchan (VCT)

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pm AS Class Civ pm AS Economics


WEEK 5

Duty Team: C/S, MW/DPs: TR/ A Adams /T Bowden

Reports:

Fri: UVI Tutorial

Thursday 22 May

Remember

3.30pm 4.45pm 5.00pm 7.00pm

am GCSE Geog am AS Maths (Mech 3) am AS Maths (Stat 1) am AS Latin am Pre-U Maths 1

7.30pm

Swimming v Hurspierpoint U19, U16, U14 (H) Junior Boys’ Golf v CPS UVI House Rounders Art and Design Joint Exhibition private view GCSE, A Level & Pre U (RC to 9.30pm) Junior Play, The 39 Steps, John Buchan (VCT)

pm AS History

Friday 23 May 12.30pm Junior Lunchtime Concert (MMS) 1.00pm LV Latin Trip to Hadrian’s Wall (to Mon 26th May) 3.30pm LONG LEAVE begins 4.00pm Butts BBQ (Pavilion) 4.00pm Golf v CR (A)

Remember am GCSE History am AS Chemistry pm GCSE Drama pm GCSE Latin

UVI Study Leave begins after school activities

Saturday 24 May All Day Riding: Copthorne SJ & Grass Roots Qualifier at Felbridge

Remember

LONG LEAVE

Sunday 25 May All Day Riding: SJ and Arena Eventing Qualifier at Crofton Manor LONG LEAVE

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Remember


WEEK 6 Reports: Monday 26 May

Remember

LONG LEAVE

Tuesday 27 May

All Day

Remember

Riding: Show Jumping Qualifier at Norton Heath, Essex LONG LEAVE

Wednesday 28 May

Remember

LONG LEAVE

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WEEK 6 Reports: Thursday 29 May

Remember

LONG LEAVE

Friday 30 May LONG LEAVE

Remember

Saturday 31 May LONG LEAVE

Remember

Sunday 1 June LONG LEAVE ends 7.00pm CCF Senior NCOs and Officers’ Dinner (West Gables) 9.00pm Callover

Remember

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WEEK 7

Duty Team: E/S, MW/DPs: RRT

Reports: Monday 2 June

Remember

4.40pm 4.40pm 5.15pm

am GCSE Dutch am GCSE Music am GCSE Greek am A2 History am AS Politics

Heads of Department Meeting (EC) Deadline for Bronze D of E Route Planning to GGB Deadline for Silver D of E Route Planning to LLJB

pm GCSE Latin pm AS Biology

Tuesday 3 June

Remember

10.00am 12.45pm 3.30pm 7.30pm

am AS BS am AS Design am A2 Economics am AS Spanish

GB Finance Committee (RVR) Organ Recital Series: PS (Chapel) LV Drama Workshop (to 5.30pm) LV Drama: Ernest and the Pale Moon (VCT)

pm AS Chemistry pm AS Latin

Wednesday 4 June

Remember

8.15am 4.30pm 4.45pm 6.15pm

pm AS Italian

Meeting for new Bronze D of E (MMS) Girls’ Cricket V Lord’s Wandsworth U18 (A) Junior Boys’ Golf: House Matches Semi-finals The eXchange: Mike Tomlinson (RR)

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WEEK 7

Duty Team: E/S, MW/DPs: RRT

Reports:

Fri, 10.30am: IV, LV Grades; UVI House

Thursday 5 June

Remember

Boys’ Cricket v Hurstpierpoint U15 A, B, C (A) (depart 12.30pm) Boys’ Athletics U15 and U14 v Charterhouse (A) Swimming v Bradfield & Marlborough 4.00pm U19, U16, U14 (A at Bradfield) 7.30pm LVI Purvis Society: Mr Mike Tomlinson (RR) Friday 6 June 10.30am IV, LV Grades 4.45pm Junior Golf Competition 6.45pm LVI Girls’ Workshop (ALT) 7.30pm LVI Lecture , Everyday Sexism, Laura Bates (ALT)

am AS Dutch am A2 Music Tech

Saturday 7 June 9.00am Surrey Schools Athletics (A) 9.30am Small Group Meeting (RR) Boys’ Cricket v Hurstpierpoint 11.30am 1st XI (A) (depart 8.45am) 2.30pm 2nd, U14 A, B, C (H) 1.00pm Bronze D of E Practice Expedition (to Sunday 3.00pm) (priority over sport) 2.00pm Boys’ and Girls’ Athletics home fixture (H) Boys’ Tennis v Wellington 2.00pm 1st, 2nd, U14A, U14B, U14C (A) Girls’ Tennis v Wellington 2.00pm 1st, 2nd, U14A, U14B, U14C (H) 2.00pm Rounders v Lord Wandsworth U15, U14 (A) 2.00pm Swimming v St. John’s U19, U16, U14 (H)

Remember

Sunday 8 June 12.00pm Girls’ Hockey: Summer International Tournament, U16 /15 / 14 (H) 1.30pm Cricket: Platypods v Follies Farm Old Spots (A) 8.00pm Callover 8.15pm Evensong: The Revd. Richard Dreyer

Remember

2.30pm 3.00pm

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pm AS Chinese

Remember am GCSE Geog am GCSE Greek am AS Class Civ am A2 English am AS PE pm Maths (C2) pm Maths (FP3) pm Pre U Maths 2


WEEK 8

Duty Team: L/W, MW/DPs: EGMD

Reports:

Mon: UV Tutorial

Monday 9 June

Remember

8.25am 4.45pm

am A2 Class Civ am A2 German am AS Physics

LVI Leadership & Activities Meeting (EC) Girls’ House Cricket

pm GCSE Latin pm A2 Chemistry pm A2 PE pm A2 Politics Tuesday 10 June

Remember

8.45am 2.00pm 3.00pm 3.30pm 5.30pm 7.00pm

am GCSE Class Civ am Maths (Stat 2) am Pre U Maths

LV Internal Exams begin LVI Oxbridge Preparation Afternoon (to 5pm) (ALT) Junior Golf v Tonbridge (A) Water Polo v Winchester U15 (H) Meeting for Beyond Cranleigh Zambia Trip July 14 (E4) Beyond Cranleigh Workshop (RC to 9.00pm)

pm GCSE Chemistry pm A2 Economics

Wednesday 11 June

Remember

8.00am

am GCSE Russian am A2 Russian

5.15pm 8.00am 8.00am 8.30am 4.45pm 5.30pm 6.15pm

Gold D of E Assessed Expedition to Mid-Wales (to Mon 16) Meeting for new Silver D of E (MMS) LVI Economics Trip to the City of London (to 6.00pm) LVI Business Studies Trip to Jaguar Landrover LVI Butts Committee Election (in Houses) Girls’ Cricket U14 T20 Cup v Weydon (H) HoGs Meeting (RVR) The eXchange: Simon Allcock (RR)

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pm A2 PoR pm A2 Physics


WEEK 8

Duty Team: L/W, MW/DPs: EGMD

Reports:

Fri: UV House

Thursday 12 June 3.30pm 3.30pm 3.30pm 6.00pm

Remember

Boys’ Tennis v Charterhouse U15A, B (H) 1st, 2nd, U14A, B (A) Girls’ Cricket v Hurstpierpoint U15 (A) (depart 2pm) Chapel Wardens Past & Future BBQ (Southfield)

am GCSE Physics am A2 Geog am A2 Drama am A2 Spanish pm GCSE Class Civ pm A2 Class Civ pm Maths (Mech 1) pm Maths (Stat 3)

Friday 13 June 12.30pm Junior Lunchtime Concert (MMS) 3.30pm Climbing Assessments (Craggy Island) 4.30pm Trumpet Masterclass, Crispian Steele-Perkins 4.45pm Junior Girls’ Golf v GHS / CPS 7.30pm Concert Series: Crispian Steele-Perkins/Philip Scriven Organ Recital

Remember am A2 BS

Saturday 14 June 9.00am Governing Body Meeting (RR) Boys’ Cricket v Eastbourne 11.30am 1st XI (A) (depart 8.45am) 2.30pm 2nd , 3rd , U15 A , B , C (H) 2.30pm 4th, U14 A, B, C (A) (depart 11.45am) Boys’ Tennis v KCS Wimbledon 2.00pm 1st, 2nd, U14A, B, C (H) 2.00pm U15A, B, C (A) Girls’ Tennis v Eastbourne 2.15pm U15A, B, U14A, B (H) 2.15pm 1st, 2nd (A) 2.00pm Rounders v St John’s U15, U14 (H) 2.00pm Swimming v Wellington U19, U16, U14 (H)

Remember

Sunday 15 June All Day Riding: Show Jumping and Grass Roots Qualifier at Felbridge All Day Cricketer Cup: A Sporting Farewell to Guy Waller 9.00pm Callover

Remember

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pm A2 Biology pm A2 Politics


WEEK 9

Duty Team: C/S, MW/DPs: AWACM

Reports: Monday 16 June

Remember

10.00am 4.40pm 5.15pm

am GCSE Biology am Maths (C3)

UV Book Collection Bronze D of E Expedition Briefing (ALT) Silver D of E Expedition Briefing (ALT)

pm GCSE Class Civ pm GCSE Russian pm A2 Geog pm A2 Latin

Tuesday 17 June

Remember

1.20pm 2.15pm 3.30pm 3.30pm 4.45pm 6.00pm

am A2 Chinese

IV Internal Exams begin Beyond Cranleigh July 14 Building Skills (E4) Girls’ Cricket v Brighton U15 (H) DW Try Out Junior Golf v KGS / CPS (H) Beyond Cranleigh July 14 BBQ & Workshop (Endcote)

pm A2 Chemistry

Wednesday 18 June

Remember

3.30pm 3.30pm 4.30pm 6.15pm

am A2 BS am A2 Music

DW Try Out Girls’ Cricket v Lord’s Wandsworth U18 (H) Girls’ Tennis v Cranleigh Prep U14A, B (H) The eXchange: Thomas Russell (RR)

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pm GCSE Latin pm Maths (C4)


WEEK 9

Duty Team: C/S, MW/DPs: AWACM

Reports:

Fri 10.30am: LV Exam Results; LVI Grades

Thursday 19 June

Remember

9.00am

am A2 French am A2 RS am A2 Physics

10.00am 2.45pm 3.00pm 4.45pm 4.45pm 7.30pm 7.30pm

Silver D of E Assessed Expedition (to 8.00pm, 21 June) Matrons’ Meeting (RVR) LVI Trip to SATRO Science Festival (to 6.3opm) LV Drama Practical Performance at CPS Junior Golf v Wellington (A) Junior House Rounders HsMs Committee Evening Meeting (HUF) LVI Talk: Presenting Yourself: 1, Mrs Sian Tyrell (MMS)

Friday 20 June 10.30am LV Exam Results; LVI Grades 3.30pm Climbing Assessments (Craggy Island) 4.45pm Girls’ Golf: House Match Round 2 6.00pm Cricket CR v Pupils T20 8.30pm Jazz Concert with Simply Blue Jazz Ensemble (MMS) Saturday 21 June 9.30am New LVI Entrants & Parents Visit (RR) Boys’ Cricket v RGS 11.30am 1st XI (H) 2.00pm 3rd , U15 A, B, C (H) 2.00pm 2nd, U14 A, B, C (A) 2.00pm Boys’ and Girls’ Athletics v Epsom (A) Boys’ Tennis v Bradfield 2.30pm 1st, 2nd, U15A, B, C, U14A, B, C (H) Girls’ Tennis v Bradfield 2.30pm 1st, 2nd, U15A, B, U14A, B (A) Rounders v Christ’s Hospital 2.00pm U15, U14 (H) 7.30pm IV Form Battlefields Trip (to Monday 7.00pm) Sunday 22 June All Day North House Charity Day All Day Riding: Dressage and Grass Roots Qualifier at Mayfield 1.30pm Cricket: Platypods v Players (H) 6.30pm Beyond Cranleigh July 14 Parents’ Briefing (ALT) 8.00pm Callover 8.15pm Evensong: Canon Nigel Nicholson

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pm A2 Dutch

Remember am A2 Biology

Remember

Remember


WEEK 10

Duty Team: N/W, MW/DPs: EMC

Reports:

Tues 10.30am IV, LV, LVI Music & SEN; LVI Tutorial; Wed 10.30am: IV Exam Results

Monday 23 June

Remember

UV Work Experience Week All day Prep Schools Tennis Festival 8.40am LV Exam Feedback Tutorial (to 10.00am) 8.45am LVI UCAS Training (ALT to 10.40am) 2.00pm East LVI UCAS Registration (IT Room) 2.30pm South LVI UCAS Registration (IT Room) 4.45pm North LVI UCAS Registration (IT Room) 5.15pm Cubitt LVI UCAS Registration (IT Room) 7.00pm IV History Trip Returns 7.30pm Loveday House Music Evening (EC)

am Maths (FP2) am Maths (Mech 4) am A2 Latin

Tuesday 24 June

Remember

11.30am 2.00pm 2.30pm 3.15pm 3.30pm 7.30pm 7.30pm

st

Boys’ Cricket v MCC 1 XI (H) West LVI UCAS Registration (IT Room) Loveday LVI UCAS Registration (IT Room) Junior Boys’ House Tennis Girls’ Cricket v Epsom College U14 (H) Chamber Music Concert (MMS) LVI Peer Mentoring

Wednesday 25 June All Day 10.30am 11.00am 3.45pm 4.45pm 6.15pm 7.30pm

Remember

Boys’ Tennis: St George’s Pairs Tournament 1st (A) IV Exam Results Spanish Exchange Students Arrive (to 29 June) Junior Girls’ House Tennis Golf: Junior Kemp Quaich The eXchange: Summer BBQ: Ian Lancaster, Christians in Sport West House Music Evening (EC / MMS)

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WEEK 10

Duty Team: N/W, MW/DPs: EMC

Reports:

Fri, 10.30am: IV, LV Reports

Thursday 26 June 4.30pm 4.30om 5.00pm 5.00pm 7.30pm

Remember

New IV Form Parents’ Visit to Houses Junior Golf v Reigate (A) Opro Gumshield Fittings (TASC) RocSoc Technical Rehearsal (SH) LVI Talk: Presenting Yourself: 2, Mrs Sian Tyrell (MMS)

Friday 27 June 10.30am IV, LV Reports 1.05pm LVI Lessons Finish 1.30pm LVI Leadership (Sayers Croft to 4.30pm) 2.00pm Girls’ Cricket v MCC U18 (H) 4.45pm Boys’ Golf: Junior House Match Finals 7.30pm RocSoc (SH)

Remember

Saturday 28 June All day Boys’ Tennis: ISTA championships at Eton 1st, U15A (A) 8.00am IV Exam Feedback Tutorial (to 9.25) 8.45am LV Tutorial (to 9.25) 8.45am LVI Leadership Training (EC & Houses) 1.30pm Boys’ Cricket: Senior & Junior House Matches 2.00pm Tennis: U15 & U14 mixed-doubles internal tournament 2.00pm LVI House Rounders 6.00pm Choir Practice 6.45pm Callover for Whole House 7.00pm Final Assembly 7.30pm House BBQs and Prayers (to 10.00pm) N.B. Whole School including UV and UVI expected from 6.45pm

Remember

Sunday 29 June SPEECH DAY (see opposite page) (all pupils expected to attend) Boys’ Tennis: ISTA championships at Eton All day 1st, U15A (A) Girls’ Tennis: ISTA championships at Eton All day 1st, U15A (A) 1.00pm Boys’ Cricket v OC’s T/20 1st (H) 6.30pm Leavers’ Service: The Acting Chaplain

Remember

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WEEK 11 Reports:

Mon: IV, LV Tutor, LVI House; Wed : IV, LV House

Monday 30 June 10.00am

Remember

Rugby Tour Training

Tuesday 1 July All day All day 10.00am 11.00am 12.00pm

Remember

Formal end of Term Boys’ Tennis: ISTA championships 1st, U15A (A) Girls’ Tennis: ISTA championships 1st, U15A (A) Rugby Tour Training Boys’ Cricket v Charterhouse 1st XI (H) Day 1 Bronze D of E Assessed Expedition (to Wed 2 July)

Holiday Events 2 July 11.00am 2 July 3 July 2- 3 July 3 -4 July

Remember

5 July 5 July 8 July 13 July 31 July 1 August 3 August

Boys’ Cricket v Charterhouse 1st XI (H) Day 2 Beyond Cranleigh Zambia Tip (to 13 July) China Expedition Departs (to 30 July) Oxford University Open Day – private arrangements Cambridge University Open Day – private arrangements. Archaeological dig (to Sun 13th July) CCF Summer Camp to Penally (to 12 July) Girls’ Cricket U14 T20 Finals Day (A) Golf: Open Championship Scoreboard Trip (to 20th July) Rugby Tour Training Rugby Tour Training Rugby Tour (to 17th August)

14 Aug 21 Aug

9.30am AS and A Level Results Published 9.30amIGCSE & GCSE Results Published

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CRANLEIGH SCHOOL CONVENTIONS Pupils are encouraged to develop self-discipline; indeed this represents the main form of discipline within the Cranleigh community. Common sense is to be used both in interpreting the Conventions and in general behaviour; pupils are expected to set high standards of honesty, courtesy and appearance. Bullying is not tolerated at Cranleigh. We expect everyone to be valued as an individual and treated with respect, courtesy and consideration. Any sign of bullying should be reported immediately so it can be dealt with. This is a supportive community and we must treat each other in positive, constructive ways at all times. 1)

Pupils must always accept the authority of a member of Common Room.

2)

Pupils are expected to be familiar with the Dress Code, Village Times, Daily Routine, Computing Code of Conduct and Fire Drill, which are published separately and may alter from time to time.

3)

All pupils are expected to attend Chapel at the prescribed times, as instructed.

4)

Music should not be played during working hours, or after 9.30 pm at a volume audible outside a study.

5)

Pupils who know in advance that they will need to miss a lesson or other School commitment should see the member of staff involved at least twenty-four hours in advance.

6)

Bicycles are not to be used around the School site, and may be kept at School only by arrangement with Housemasters/mistresses. Helmets must be worn.

7)

Chewing gum is not to be brought onto the School site.

8)

Running or noisy behaviour in the main quad/corridor is not allowed. Books or bags must be left on shelves provided and not on the floor or steps (except before morning chapel).

9)

Mobile phones must be switched off during lesson, activity, meeting and prep times, in Chapel, Hall and after bedtime. They should be used for social and family contact only.

10)

Boys are not allowed in Girls’ Houses unless invited by the Housemistress. The areas immediately outside the Girls’ Houses are not to be used as gathering/socialising places. Girls are allowed only into the Common Room areas of Boys’ Houses; they are not allowed into boys’ studies/bedrooms.

11)

Pupils may not drive into School or in its immediate neighbourhood. They may not drive each other, nor be driven by any other than their immediate family without permission from their Housemaster/mistress.

12)

The following list gives some more examples of serious breaches of discipline and behaviour which, along with conventions 1, 11 and 12 above, may lead to an exclusion from the School: a) b) c) d) e) f) g) h) i) j) k)

tampering with any fire appliance or safety device; smoking or being part of a group in which there is smoking; purchase or consumption of alcohol, except according to JCR rules or with a member of CR; gambling or betting; visiting Public Houses in Cranleigh Village during term time (for boarders and day pupils); inappropriate or unpleasant misuse of phones, computers or other forms of communication; theft of property or identity (e.g. logging onto a computer using someone else’s password); possession or misuse of fireworks, fire-arms, knives or other weapons; bullying of any kind; inappropriate sexual behaviour; possession, supply or misuse of drugs or substances or paraphernalia of drugs and substances.

The list is not intended to be an exhaustive one, and it is possible that other breaches of the Conventions may result in a pupil’s exclusion from School. Persistent breaches may result in permanent exclusion from the School. The last six are examples of offences which are viewed as extremely serious and are treated particularly severely. They are likely to lead to an exclusion, which may turn out to be permanent. When in the care of the School, pupils who possess, supply or misuse drugs, or who take part in an act of sexual intercourse, will be permanently excluded from the School. Should any pupils have a complaint, they should contact the Deputy Head (e-mail: ajg@cranleigh.org) Sept 13

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UNIFORM AND DRESS CODES WORKING DRESS Working dress is worn within School every day until after the lunchtime callover or until the end of lessons, whichever is the later. Lower School (IV & V Forms)

Upper School (VI Forms)

Boys: dark suit; formal shirt and tie; black polishable shoes; plain v-neck pullover (optional); plain coat (optional).

Boys’ hair must not be over the collar or eyebrows, nor gelled into spikes. Top buttons must be done up and ties worn properly. Trousers must not be worn at half-mast.

Girls: dark below-the-knee skirt-suit or dark trouser- suit (the top and bottom must match); plain tights; formal collared shirt (not provocatively unbuttoned); black polishable, shoes (heels less than 5cm measured at the outside from top of heel to floor – no stilettos); plain v-neck pullover (optional); plain coat (optional).

No denim, trainers.

Personal jewellery may neither be excessive nor ostentatious. Nose, lip, tongue, eyebrow or any other body piercings are not permitted at any time.

Boys: School blazer; charcoal grey trousers; white shirt; school pullover (optional); dark coloured socks; school tie; black polishable shoes; dark blue or black coat/waterproof jacket (optional). Boys’ hair must not be over the collar or eyebrows, nor gelled into spikes. Top buttons must be done up and ties worn properly. Trousers must not be worn at half-mast. Girls: School blazer; school below-theknee skirt; white shirt; school pullover (optional); navy tights, with the option of navy ankle socks in Summer; black polishable, sensible shoes (not balletstyle); dark blue or black coat/waterproof jacket (optional). Girls with long hair must wear it tied back with a plain-coloured hair-tie.

Make-up must not be worn in School by Lower School girls. This also encompasses nail polish, bronzers and fake tans. Such items will be confiscated if found in School. The use of concealers (for medical reasons) may be arranged with Housemistresses or Matron on an individual basis.

Personal jewellery may neither be excessive nor ostentatious. Nose, lip, tongue, eyebrow or any other body piercings are not permitted at any time. Girls may wear one necklace and one set of sensible earrings

logos,

sportswear

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CASUAL DRESS Casual dress may be worn in the afternoons after lessons are over but not be worn in School during lesson times. It should not be ostentatious or suggestive. School dress and casual dress should not be mixed. Studded boots/shoes or muddy trainers may not be worn inside School buildings. 53


Sport at Cranleigh Sport is one of the key moments of school life when child, parent and school come together. It is important that you are aware of our philosophy and approach Sportsmanship Competitive sport often involves contact and inevitably involves some confrontation. It is important to emphasise that at Cranleigh there is absolutely no abusive language or foul play to be used during or after the game, towards the referee, players or spectators. If there is any dialogue to be held, it will be through the captain and the member of staff in charge of the game. Any abuse of this is not tolerated and will be dealt with severely. Cranleigh parents uphold a high standard of behaviour on the touchlines, sometimes in the face of difficult circumstances and have rightly gained an excellent reputation for fair and encouraging support. The School requests that parents continue to set an example to the players whom they are supporting with positive encouragement of both players and umpires/referees. Kit & Equipment 

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Pupils must wear official school kit to all games sessions. For match days kit must be clean and in good order. When travelling to away matches in kit, official school tracksuit bottoms and hoodies must be worn. For Rugby and Hockey, all pupils will have a gum shield for each training session as well as matches. For Hockey it is mandatory that they wear proper shin guards. Rugby boots must be fitted with official rugby studs and not football studs. Before each match all referees will be asked to examine the state of the studs and are within their rights to make the players change their boots. For Hockey, wearing astro shoes is preferred as matches and practices will take place on Astroturf pitches. Proper training shoes are required for Netball and other sports. In Rugby, Head guards and shoulder pads can be worn by any player, but must conform to IRB safety standards.

Medical 

Injuries: Any injuries sustained during a game or on practice days are referred to the Medical Centre, via the member of staff in charge of the game. It is vital that pupils adhere to Medical Centre advice on when to return to sport. Doctor: On Monday a specialist sports doctor will be available to assess injuries from the weekend matches which were not critical. Pupils may be referred to the physio, for a second opinion or will prescribe any further treatment as necessary. Return to Games If put off-games, pupils are referred to as NTC (Not to Change). Pupils should communicate NTC periods to coaching staff as soon as possible.

After match teas / going home Players are ALL expected to attend match teas after games on a Saturday. It is important for the pupils to host the opposition properly after the match and we would be most grateful if parents could be supportive in this. After away matches pupils often want to go home with other parents. However, it is vital for parents of the pupil to inform the member of staff and ask for permission for this to happen. If parents do not do this we will ask your son to get on the bus and go back to school.

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TERM DATES FOR THE NEXT YEAR Michaelmas Term 2014 Common Room Inset + Meetings - Monday 1 & Tuesday 2 September 2014 New IVth form arrive 6pm Tuesday 2 September; new LVI arrive 3.30pm Wednesday 3 September Term Starts

UVI Parents’ Meeting Long Exeat (Houses closed)

5.30pm Wednesday 3 September 2014 (Boarders’ callover 5.30pm, supper 6-7pm, Evensong 7.30pm. Day pupils back Thursday 4 September) 3.45pm Friday 26 September (9.00pm) Friday 26 September (3.45pm) - Sunday 28 September (9.00pm)

LV Parents’ Meeting Long Leave LVI Parents’ Meeting Long Exeat (Houses closed)

3.30pm Friday 17 October Friday 17 October (3.45pm) – Tuesday 28 October (9.00pm) 3.30pm Friday 21 November Friday 21 November (3.45pm) - Sunday 23 November (9.00pm)

End of Term

11.00am Wed 10 December 2014 ------------------------------------

Lent Term 2015 Common Room Meetings – Wednesday 7 January Term Starts

UV Parents’ Meeting Long Exeat (Houses closed)

5.30pm Wednesday 7 January 2015 (Boarders’ callover 5.30pm, supper 6-7pm, Evensong 7.30pm. Day pupils back Thursday 8 January) 3.30pm Friday 23 January Friday 23 January (3.45pm) – Sunday 25 January (9.00pm)

IV Parents’ Meeting Long Leave

3.30pm Friday 13 February Friday 13 February (3.45pm) - Sunday 22 February (9.00pm)

Exeat (Houses closed)

7/8 March (9.00pm)

End of Term

11.00am Friday 20 March 2015 (Good Friday = 3 April)

Summer Term 2015 (provisional) Common Room Inset & Meetings – Tuesday 14 April 2015 Term Starts

Exeat (Houses Closed) Long Leave

5.30pm Tuesday 14 April 2015 (Boarders’ callover 5.30pm, supper 6-7pm, Evensong 7.30pm. Day pupils back Wednesday 15 April) 2-4 May (after sport Saturday to Monday 9.00pm) Friday 22 May (3.45pm) – Sunday 31st May (9.00pm)

End of Term for Pupils Formal End of Term

Sunday 28 June 2015 (after Speech Day) Tuesday 30 June

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