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GCSE and equivalent BTEC Exam Results 2016

90% of the GCSE and equivalent BTEC certificates awarded to More House pupils in this summer’s results were passes.

69% of grades at C or above. 47% of grades were awarded at grade B or higher, and 24% were awarded the highest A* and A grades.

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 A-Level Exam Results 2016

Sixth Form students at More House School, Frensham, are again celebrating extraordinary results this year in their A Level and BTEC Level 3 courses.

With a 100% pass rate in BTEC courses and a 97% pass rate at A Level

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Current Vacancies:

We are currently looking for the following positions:

Lay-Chaplain - Full or part time considered.

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.




November Edition 

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

→ More House Newsletter November 2016 ←

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

Library Newsletter for October

Click on the link below for the June edition of the increasingly popular library newsletter, full of information about new displays, quiet 'study' zones and reviews aplenty. 

October Newsletter

If you would like to learn more about the library - including access to previous issues of the Library Newsletter - then please click on the link below. 

More House School Library Page

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MHS & Alton Convent Concert Band

On Sunday 16th October, almost 40 MHS boys joined the students at Alton Convent for a day's orchestra and choir workshop cumulating in an hour's performance to a packed audience. The MHS Concert Band combined with the string players at Alton Convent to make a huge orchestra which played two pieces: Finlandia by Sibelius and The Tempest by Robert Smith. The joint Concert Band then performed The Circle of Life by Elton John and Beauty and the Beast by Alan Menken.

Thanks to Louise Douglas, Director of Music at Alton Convent, and her team for hosting our visit and we look forward to inviting them back to MHS soon.