Moreton Hall

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  • Full Boarding Fees

    £34,875 per year

  • Qualifications

    GCSE's & A Levels

  • Language

    English as an additional language

  • Boarding

    Full Boarding

  • Dietary Requirements

    All dietary needs catered for.

  • Key Information

    Moreton Hall is a co-educational prep school and girls only senior school, taking boarders from the age of 8. There are 529 pupils (ages 1 – 18) and over 100 overseas pupils including those studying at the International Study Centre. 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.

    The school offers GCSE’s and A Level exams.

    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.

    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.

    Location

    Moreton Hall is located in a rural location in central England. It is about 10 minutes drive from the market town of Oswestry, in the county of Shropshire. Manchester, Liverpool and Birmingham airports are all around one hour’s drive from the school.

    A Day in the Life of ….

    The school day starts at around 7.30 am, when the Housemistresses wake up the students. Breakfast is followed by assembly or tutor meetings before lessons start at 8.40am. Lessons continue until 4 or 5pm, after which there are many activities on offer. After dinner the students have prep time and for the younger students, this is supervised by Sixth Formers and academic staff. Bed time varies according to age but is generally around 9.30pm – 10pm. All students have lessons on Saturday mornings, followed by on site activities and sometimes trips off site to the cinema, theatre, bowling etc. On Sundays there is always a trip organised, for example; to one of the many art galleries in Liverpool, shopping in Chester or hill walking in Snowdonia.

    www.moretonhall.org



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