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Michael Hall School

Michael Hall School

Kidbrooke Park, Priory Road, Forest Row, East Sussex, RH18 5BG

01342 822275



Michael Hall School
School type Coeducational Day & Boarding
Founded 1925
Co-ed Age Range 3-19
Number of boys 237
Number of girls 258
Number of boarders 18
Day fees per annum £8,858 - £12,180
Boarding fees per annum £6,876 - £7,876
Average Class Size 15-22
Associations SWSF

Michael Hall is an Independent School in the heart of the Ashdown Forest, Sussex. We cater for children from age 0 to 18 years old. Children travel from London, Brighton and Tunbridge Wells by bus and train as well as the surrounding villages and we offer a boarding with families' facility for those that do not wish to travel every day.

The Steiner curriculum teaches subjects in ways that correspond to the developmental stage of the child. The Steiner approach follows 95% of countries around the world in delaying formal learning until the age of 6, and by the age of 11, students are often academically ahead of their peers.

We educate the physical, emotional, intellectual, cultural and spiritual aspects of each child, the results speak for themselves. We are the longest running Steiner school in the English-speaking world. We celebrated our 90th birthday in 2015!

The number of students attending Oxford and Cambridge after leaving Steiner education is well above the National average. Universities favour Steiner school pupils because they're great all-round thinkers and exceedingly good at their own research.

Come and find out for yourself, either at an Open Morning, spend a morning in the classroom as a child would (A Day in the Classroom), or take a Private Tour. Please see our website for more information www.michaelhall.co.uk/visit-us.

The school is highly successful in helping pupils to discover, nurture and develop their interests and unique talents, which are celebrated and lead to their growing self-knowledge and self-esteem. (SIS) Ofsted Inspection 2015

"This school is a beacon of professionalism among UK Steiner schools and the children who emerge are confident, articulate, international, open-minded and grounded, lucky them!" Good Schools Guide 2014