Friday’s night’s Ceilidh raised a huge £1930.20 for the World Challenge pot. We would like to thank everyone who attended and made it a success. Congratulations in particular to Mrs McGuire, Mr Johnson, Mrs Murray and the boys on their fine effort in organising, running and clearing up the event. Special thanks also to Simon, Matt and Caroline for the amazing food and service, and to Iain Yeoman for his memorable “Addressing of the Haggis”. If you would still like to donate, then please do so via cheque, online payment (http://www.morehouseschool.co.uk/admissions-contacts/online-payments) or over the phone.
The Library is running a number of exciting events over the next few weeks as we move towards World Book Day on Thursday 5th March. These include a week-long Book Fair from 23-27th February, a visit from author Matt Whyman (http://www.mattwhyman.com) on Friday 27th February, during which time he will also sign copies of his books for purchase, and World Book Day itself - when a number of events will be run via the library.
Please see the relevant letter below for further information.
Branching Out Frensham Ltd. will once again be running daily Activity Camps during the Easter holidays. Sessions run from 8.30am-4pm, boys and girls equally welcome. There is also an overnight camp option, but due to the school's site policy and facilities, this is only available to boys.
Prices start at £35 for a single day, with the camp option (two days, one night) £95.
Click on the links below for further information, or contact Mike Williams on 07989610178 or email@example.com
More House School provides high quality education and pastoral care for boys aged 8-18 who might be bright, but struggle in mainstream schools due to a Specific Learning Difficulty. The school is the largest of its type - there are currently 440 on role - with approximately a quarter of the pupils boarding. Nestled into the Surrey Hills, the school sits amidst beautiful countryside but is just a five minute drive from the centre of Farnham.
The Headmaster was awarded his OBE for Services to Special Needs Education on 5th December by Her Majesty The Queen. The investiture took place at 11am in Windsor Castle, with the Headmaster joined by Mrs Huggett and his two children for the ceremony. Mr Huggett was quoted afterwards as saying how impressed he had been by the efficiency of the proceedings. Congratulations to Mr Huggett on this official recognition of his wonderful work over many decades within education.
Head of Boarding
Head of Science
Full time Teacher of English
Speech and Language Therapist
Apprentice Classroom Assistant
Click on the following link for further information and job descriptions. http://morehouseschool.co.uk/admissions-contacts/vacancies
Parents' Evenings take place in Bradbury Heights from 4.30pm; refreshments are available from 4pm. Students are encouraged to attend with their parents.
14th November - Year 10
28th November - Years 4 & 5
30th January - Years 12 & 13
6th February - Year 11
27th February - Year 9
6th March - Year 7
13th March - Year 8
20th March - Year 6
The dates and topics for this year's Spotlight Seminars have now been confirmed. The focus will be Language Processing, looking at expressive and receptive language difficulties, and how to successfully support students within - and outside of - the classroom. The sessions take place in Bradbury Heights Training Centre, are open to all and free of charge as part of a charity initiative. Please click on the following link for more information:
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