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Welcome to Moyles Court School

Headmaster’s Welcome – Mr Richard Milner-Smith

Situated in the beautiful New Forest National Park in Hampshire and housed in a stunning 17th Century Manor House, Moyles Court is an idyllic setting for a school.  It is a place where children can be children, where they feel safe, supported and valued and most importantly, where they feel happy. Our small class sizes ensure that every child is known and understood and our fabulous teachers nurture, challenge and support them every day.

I am delighted to be able to lead a school full of such warmth and opportunity and one with such an infectious happy and caring atmosphere. It is an environment in which children grow, where confidence and self-belief are heightened and where vales and skills are learnt that will stay with them for the rest of their lives.

We are proud of our academic results, with all our pupils showing that with great effort and determination, from both teacher and pupil alike, they can secure GCSE results way above their national predictions. However, we are also committed to educating the whole child, on the understanding that academic results will only take you so far in life. Sport, music and drama all flourish here and a vast range of extra-curricular activities ensure children are exposed to an exciting range of opportunities that will help shape and develop them as individuals.

We are a small independent school with a big vision and the skills and values that our pupils develop at Moyles Court will prepare them for the growing challenges of a changing and competitive world. I hope our website has given you a sense of the fabulous atmosphere that exists here at Moyles Court and I would be delighted to welcome you to our school, so that you can see for yourself what wonderful work happens here every day.

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Beautiful heaths woodland and streams.

These riches are used as an extension of the pupils’ learning environment.