Nationally celebrated, for eighty years More House has empowered bright boys who might struggle in mainstream schools, to transform their futures and to realise their true potential. The largest school of its kind in Britain, More House offers a full range of specialist support, particularly for boys with specific learning and language-based difficulties, including Dyslexia, Developmental Language Disorders (DLD) and Developmental Coordination Disorders (DCD). More House School provides full boarding, weekly boarding and day places.
More House School provides exceptional and transformative education and pastoral care, empowering boys aged 8-18 who are intelligent, and thrive in a specialist learning environment, due to Specific Learning Difficulties, Developmental Language Disorders and associated conditions. Full boarding, weekly boarding and day places are available.
Full time, term time only, non-residential.
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Our Learning Development Centre (LDC) is at the heart of our school, and your son's time here. The LDC team includes 11 Speech & Language Therapists and five Occupational Therapists, as well as specialist Literacy and Numeracy tutors...
At More House School we believe that every child has the right to learn within a happy, supportive and safe environment. We aim to instil self-confidence in all pupils, whatever their abilities and help them to fulfil their potential through furthering self-belief and nurturing the child’s natural desire to learn. We see it as important to develop a sense of community and to teach pupils to have empathy and respect for people from all backgrounds.
The Junior School encompasses boys in Years Four, Five and Six, and, although they are very much a part of the whole school, they have a dedicated building - Gard'ner House, which accommodates their core subject lessons and form-registration times. They also have access to specialist teaching rooms for subjects such as Music, ICT, Art & Design, and Technology.
The Senior School is a time of significant academic challenges, with student beginning to choose the subjects they would like to continue studying over the coming years...
The time you spent in Sixth Form can be the happiest and most fulfilling of your life. Academic development fuses with personal growth to create a confident, resourceful citizen ready to face the challenges, the set-backs and the opportunities that lie ahead.
We believe that happiness is a vital prerequisite of boys’ successful development and our boarders thrive on the close relationships they build with members of our full-time boarding staff. Giving our students the encouragement to make the most of their education is complemented by the progress our boarders make in developing their social communication and interaction skills, independence and self-confidence. The boarding experience is both stimulating and rewarding, and there is a continuous focus on preparing our pupils for independent living after full-time education.