Congratulations to all who took part in this year's Sports Day. It was a wonderful occasion, in no way dampened by the sporadic showers. The determination on show, not to mention the sportsmanship, was great to see. Well done to Mr Williams and his team who coordinated the day so well, and congratulations to Sturt, who snatched victory from Knight in the final relay of the afternoon.
The school library is busier and better than ever before, with a wide array of fiction and non-fiction books, events and activities. Click on the link below for its first ever newsletter.
A number of revision sessions are being held over half-term.
English – Tuesday 26th May (click on letter attached)
Psychology – Thursday 28th May
Business Studies – Thursday 28th May
All positions commence September 2015
Full Time Receptionist
Click on the following link for further information, job descriptions, and the school's philosophy on staffing. http://morehouseschool.co.uk/admissions-contacts/vacancies
Please contact the Headmaster's PA, Mrs Secker-Barker, on 01252 792303 should you need further information.
As part of the school's 75th Anniversary celebrations, More House The Musical - written by Nicolas Bloomfield - is being performed throughout the week beginning 22nd June. The play has now been cast and rehearsals are underway. Tickets for parents and students will go on sale shortly.
The performance on Thursday 25th June will be for past pupils of the school only. This performance will be free of charge, commencing at 7pm. Food and drink will be available from 6pm onwards, and you may tour the school too if you wish.
There are limited places, so if you are a former student and would like to attend, please email Lorna Taylor in the Finance Office on firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Spotlight Seminars for this year have now come to a close. Details of the seminars for 2015-16 will appear here later in the year.
See below for more details of seminars for parents taking place this term.
Contact Tanya Sheaff at email@example.com should you have any questions.
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.