Moyles Court has a proud history of welcoming military children to the school as boarders.  Over the years, families across the UK and overseas have trusted the school to educate and encourage their children within in a warm and nurturing environment.  Military boarders benefit from interaction with both international students and non-military British students where a set of common values and strong ethos helps children of all backgrounds grow up to become open-minded and well-rounded global citizens.

Whilst the military influence is very subtle with regards to the day to day running of our boarding house, Head of Boarding Mrs. Hyde has a great understanding of what military families look for in a boarding school.  Both her children attended boarding schools whilst her husband served overseas.   Mrs. Hyde’s experience has helped guide our boarding provision – ensuring that the environment we create suits families from a broad range of backgrounds.

Our History

The very foundation of the school back in 1944 came as a result of our founder’s desire to support the education of evacuee children during World War II.  Whilst our school was originally founded 150 miles away in the town of Bude, the move to Hampshire was made 16 years later to our current premises, which itself served as an R.A.F base during the war.

HM Forces discount

Our fees are discounted to UK HM forces families in receipt of a CEA allowance.  Eligible personnel claiming a CEA allowance will pay this to the school and make a standard parental contribution of 10% towards the basic boarding fees.  This discount does not apply to reserve Armed Forces (even if actively serving) and is discontinued the term following the last date of regular Armed Forces membership.

Boarders communicating with each other after school