You may have preconceptions about what a traditional boarding school education is like – but Moreton Hall is a school like no other.
From the moment you enter the 100 acres of school grounds, you can embrace the ‘Moreton Magic’ and discover the infectious positivity and energy which is threaded through the classrooms, across the sports pitches and onto the stage. Moreton is not a cookie-cutter sort of school; there is no typical Moretonian, what binds us is a strong set of shared values.
Moreton Hall was recently judged in the top category by ISI in a recent school inspection, our U14 Lacrosse team are national champions and our senior team are in the top eight in the country. Pupils go on to represent their country in a range of sports, enjoy success in their music examinations with distinctions galore and the progress they make with their academic studies places us towards the top in national value-added rankings.
As a forward-looking school, Moreton is unencumbered by petty rules. The pupils are encouraged to take responsibility for themselves and develop skills such as public speaking and entrepreneurship during their time with us. Our pupils are self-confident and self-reliant without being arrogant, they are generous with their support of each other and of the community and their imagination knows no bounds.
Moreton has long been a values-driven school with a strong family ethos, right back to its foundation by Ellen Lloyd-Williams in 1913. We have captured the essence of life here in a document we have called Values, Vision and Commitments. With appropriate respect to our heritage and looking ahead to the future, we have also considered how we can make the school even better for those who call it their second home. I hope you enjoy reading about our exciting and ambitious future plans on our website.
This is truly a remarkable place and I look forward to meeting you as part of the application process for this role. Further details are available in the Candidate Brief, linked below.
- Mainstream school with independent funding
- All-through with sixth form
- Girls school with students of age 4 - 18 years