Library Newsletter for December

Once again the Library Monitors have been busying away to create the first of this term's Library Newsletters and the third in total. Click on the link below for this month's copy. Underneath, the first two newsletters are also attached for those who missed them first time around.

December Newsletter

October Newsletter

July Newsletter

May Newsletter

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Marathon Mike's Cake Sale

On Monday 30th November, Head of PE Mike Williams will be running a cake sale to raise funds for Autism Hampshire as part of his fundraising efforts ahead of next year's London Marathon. It will take place at Junior Break and Senior Break, with cakes costing 50p. There will also be gluten free options. 

Mike is happy to receive any donations from parents to sell! Equally, should you wish to support him in a more direct fashion, click on the link below. You may also be interested in finding out more about the charity (see link).




Christmas by Candlelight

The school's annual celebration of Christmas through Music, Drama, Poetry and Readings takes place in the Simkins Centre on the evenings of Monday 30th November and Tuesday 1st December, 6.30-8.30pm (approx). Mince Pies and Mulled Wine will of course be available! There is no charge for the event, but it is always popular so do confirm your place early. Email Head of Drama, Emily Davenport, on letting her know how many tickets you would like and for which day. 


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The winter season will soon be upon us, and what better way to welcome it than a night with the much-loved, much-lauded Farnham Big Band. Back by popular demand with their new show "A Jazzmatazz Christmas", come and join us in our very own jazz club venue with Christmas tree, mulled wine, mince pies and brilliant set of jazz standards and more festive treats.

Please see the attached poster for more details and ticket information

A Jazzmatazz Christmas

Watch our short film about life at More House School

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.