If you go down to the woods today...

Cranmore School | 10 Nov 2017
Nower Wood, run by Surrey Wildlife Trust, is approximately 80 acres of ancient woodland sitting on a clay cap at the head of a dry valley. The wood is mentioned in the Doomsday Survey.
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Lower Preps enjoyed a wonderful trip to Nower Wood, run by Surrey Wildlife Trust, on a ‘Badger’s Day Out’.  

With many activities including a blindfold trail to imagine being a nocturnal animal, a mini-beast hunt, pond dipping and looking at all the pond life in fantastic detail under the video microscope, the trip was voted a great success.

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About Cranmore School

Cranmore School, one of Surrey’s leading independent prep and nursery schools for girls and boys from 2½ - 13, has an impressive academic record underpinned by strong pastoral care. ISI inspectors rated the School 'EXCELLENT' in all areas in its most recent school inspection.  It has introduced a Forest School for younger children to support outdoor education and by age 8 pupils study Mandarin as well as French. Older pupils also study Spanish, Latin, Greek and Philosophy and there is a comprehensive programme for Sport, Music and Drama. In addition, a wide selection of extra-curricular activities is on offer throughout the year.

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