Manor House School, Bookham
Manor House Lane, Little Bookham, Leatherhead, KT23 4EN, Surrey
Girls' Day, Co-ed Nursery
|Headteacher||Ms Tracey Fantham|
|Girls Age Range||2-16 years|
|Boys Age Range||2-4 years|
|Number of pupils||300|
|Day fees per annum||£9,747 - £18,315|
|Average Class Size||15-20|
Founded in 1920 and celebrating its' Centenary Year in 2020-2021, Manor House School can be found nestled amidst seventeen acres of gardens, woodland and sports fields in the village of Bookham, Surrey.
Manor House School is a member of the GSA (Girls' Schools Association) and, as a community of approximately 300 girls, offers a smaller, nurturing learning environment producing consistently great academic results in a happy, friendly and caring school environment. An individual approach to teaching and learning enables each pupil at the School to achieve their personal best, both academically and personally. The School aims to develop happy young women who love coming to school and believe in their abilities to learn and succeed.
There is an extensive co-curricular enrichment programme with up to 50 extra-curricular clubs and activities operating across the school each term. Girls are encouraged to seek out new experiences and try something new. Manor House achieves excellent Key Stage 2 and GCSE results. For more information on their latest results, please visit www.manorhouseschool.org/academic-results/gcseresults.
Seven school values form the foundations of school life and the school motto 'To Love is to Live' was chosen in 1921 by the Bishop of Plymouth. Dr. Masterman, who was a close friend of one of the school’s original founders.
Manor House girls enjoy high levels of success in all areas of Sport boasting some future world class soccer players, cyclists, triathletes and tennis stars in its midst. There is a popular Senior Scholarships Programme from Year 7 (application in Year 6) offering Major and Minor Academic Scholarships at up to 50% and 40% of the basic annual tuition fee and up to 10% for an Art, Drama or Music award.
Facilities include an award-winning Nursery, Forest School, indoor sports hall which transforms into a seated theatre space for professional productions, outdoor swimming pool, a Tennis Academy, tennis and netball courts and purpose-built science blocks. Girls enjoy many opportunities in the creative and expressive arts, with additional music, singing and drama lessons a popular choice.
The School day operates from 7.45am to 6pm to accommodate working and/or busy parents. Fees include a daily hot lunch and there is a local minibus service in the mornings and afternoons and a late bus to Effingham train station which is serviced by good rail connections. The School bus routes service Ashtead, Dorking, Claygate, Cobham, Epsom, Esher, Fetcham, Hinchley Wood, Guildford, Kingswood, Walton-on-Thames, Weybridge, Wimbledon/Kingston, West Byfleet and surrounding areas.
For more information visit www.manorhouseschool. org. There are three main Open Morning events per year in October, February and May. For more information, contact: email@example.com.