The Farnham Festival

The Music Department is delighted to have been invited to perform again at this year’s Farnham Festival. The Farnham Festival celebrates new music for young people and More House School will be contributing to the performances on Monday 20th and Wednesday 22nd March.

Please use the following links to book your tickets and come along to support the many young musicians taking part:




February Edition

Catch up with the many exciting and varied activities that have been taking place at More House School.

→ More House Newsletter February 2017 ←

 Click here for previous issues: http://www.morehouseschool.co.uk/about-us/headmaster-s-newsletters

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Lent Term second-half dates

20.02.17 School re-opens at 8.30am following half-term (boarders may arrive after 6.30pm on Sunday 19th February)
27.02.17 Assessments fortnight for years 4-9 inclusive
02.03.17 School open day
03.03.17 Year Eight parents' evening
07.03.17 School photographs
10.03.17 Exeat weekend (no boarders in school after 5.30pm 10.03.17 until 6.30pm 12.03.17)
15.03.17 Naomi House concert
16.03.17 Boarders' Talent Show
17.03.17 Whole school PSHEE period 1
17.03.17 Bronze Duke of Edinburgh's Award expedition until 19.03.17
20.03.17 Jazz Band evening performance at Farnham Festival
22.03.17 Brass Band evening performance at Farnham Festival
22.03.17 Gold Duke of Edinburgh's Award expedition until 26.03.17
24.03.17 Half-day – Spring Fayre 10am; Easter Service 11.30am; School closes for Easter Holidays 12.30pm












MHS Vacancies

Current Vacancies:

We are currently looking for the following positions:

Maternity cover Junior school teacher  - Part time.

2 x Band 5 Speech and Language Therapists - Full time

Occupational Therapist - Part time

Click on the link below for further information and application forms:


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 470 on roll - 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.