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 Exam Results 2017

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

Click here to find out more regarding our A-Level Results

Summer Holiday Distruption:

The school’s main reception will be staffed from 9am-4pm Monday to Friday throughout the summer holidays, apart from bank-holidays. Please note that building work is scheduled for the school’s reception area, but that we expect I.T. and telephone communications to be unaffected.

The New School Year:

The new school term commences at 8.30am on Tuesday 12th September 2017. Boarders may arrive from 6.30pm the evening before. There is an induction for new pupils during the afternoon on Monday 11th September. Induction training for new staff commences on Wednesday 6th September in Bradbury Heights. INSET for all other staff commences on Thursday 7th September in Bradbury Heights.

The final week of the year:

Normal lessons and after-school activities resume from Monday 3rd July following last week’s Activities Week. Pupils are expected to wear normal school uniform this week.

Founder’s Day:

The Founder’s Day prize-giving and awards ceremony marks the closing of the school year, and takes place on Saturday 8th July. All boarders, including weekly boarders, are generally expected to remain in school overnight on Friday 7th July. On Founder’s Day pupils and their parents and guests are invited to arrive from 9.30am, and to be seated by 10.10am. Following the ceremony there will be refreshments, exhibitions and performances by pupils.


May Edition

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

→ More House Newsletter May 2017 ←

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

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.