Moreton Hall is a co-educational prep school and senior senior school to 13 years of age ( academic years 7 and 8), post 13 years Moreton Hall becomes girls only, taking boarders from the age of 8.
The aim of the school is to stretch the most able and support the least confident. The school values both academic success and extra-curricular achievement equally.
Their extra-curricular programme is a vital part of life at Moreton Hall. From societies and entrepreneurship, to Spoken English, life skills, and sport, art and drama, Moreton offers a multitude of opportunities for children to stretch themselves outside the curriculum, to find new interests and learn new skills for life. The value of these activities support children’s development and help shape their future, building confidence, resilience and teamwork.
All overseas pupils are assessed and given a bespoke timetable and EAL (English as an Additional Language) lessons at no extra cost. The school offers IELTS lessons and prepares students for Cambridge exams (KET, PET, FCE, CAE).
Moreton Hall’s International Study Centre (ISC) prepares students for entry to the UK’s top boarding schools, giving them a genuine boarding school experience. Students study intensive English and a variety of academic subjects in order to be fully prepared when they start their GCSE and A Level studies. The course runs all year round, including through the summer holidays.
There are 529 pupils (ages 1 – 18) and over 100 overseas pupils. In total there are over 200 Boarders at the school and by the age of 16 over 90% of the girls are boarding full time.
Moreton Sixth provides many different academic opportunities. They provide individual advice to all students, addressing both ability and aspiration. Whatever your daughter’s ambitions, we will construct a programme of study that will allow her to make the very best of her talents and enable her to take her education to the next level.
In the first year of the Sixth Form most students study three A Level subjects, sometimes supplemented by an Extended Project Qualification (EPQ).
Continually adapting and changing to meet the demands of a modern education Moreton Hall provides a broad curriculum that stretches and challenges pupils whilst encouraging them to explore their interests and strengths as they begin to develop their skills and knowledge for the GCSE years ahead.
The curriculum includes core subjects: Mathematics, English, Modern Foreign Language and Science. Additionally, students have the opportunity to study Art, Drama, Food Technology, Spoken English, Geography, History, Latin, Mandarin, Music, Religious Studies, Spanish, German and Computer Science. PE and Games are a compulsory part of the curriculum for all year groups.
At Moreton Hall, a horizontal rather than vertical system of Boarding Houses has developed to ensure that we are able to offer the very best care and attention to each pupil, appropriate to their stage of development.
They have seven boarding houses which pupils move through during their time at Moreton Hall. The Houses run a gamut of architectural styles from a renovated stable house and the upper floors of our main building, to modern purpose-built buildings.
The wellbeing of their pupils is woven into the fabric of daily life at Moreton.
From weekly PSHE (Personal Social & Health Education) lessons for all pupils in Remove to Upper 5 to learning about cultural differences through Religious Studies lessons and foreign language exchange programmes, pupils are encouraged to explore and challenge their own and others’ values, attitudes, beliefs, rights and responsibilities.
Attendance at mid-week school services that focus on wellbeing topics promote each pupil’s mental health and self-awareness.
Sixth Form students have a formal programme of life skills lectures and seminars that aim to prepare them for the world beyond Moreton. From CV writing and interview practice to discussions regarding women’s health and healthy relationships, we aim to prepare our pupils for a healthy and happy adulthood.
Our sporting philosophy is to provide sport for each and every student promoting physical and mental wellbeing.
Music and Drama
These subjects provide students with an opportunity to express themselves in many different ways. A nurturing environment is created for pupils to grow in confidence and find their voices.