“Thank you for giving our son such contentment and happiness in himself, and for showing him that everyone can achieve no matter what.”  (Parent of a Year 11 leaver)

Life is vibrant in our Senior School and our aim is not just focused on developing and consolidating learning and understanding,  but to help our pupils grow as independent and confident individuals, with the ambition to succeed in and out of the classroom as we encourage the exploration of new interests or the development of existing hobbies and skills.

We are extremely proud of all our pupils and the skills and qualifications they gain at Moyles Court.  All our pupils show, 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 can 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.

The ability to relax really frees up the mind and we’ve found that something as simple as the New Forest environment really starts to be appreciated as our pupils get older, and many find it a great inspiration as well as a perfect playground to enjoy the freedom of being without technology in their teenage years.

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“We feel so lucky that our daughter has had the chance to spend these most important years of her life at such a great school. She leaves with a passion for learning and a flying start to her A Levels.” 

(Parent of a Year 11 leaver)

“After nine years, our daughter leaves as a happy and confident young lady, excited to make big plans for the future. We know that she will miss the school very much and she admits that she has achieved far more academically at Moyles Court than she would have had the opportunity to do at any other school. Thank you, we couldn’t have chosen a better place for our girl to grow up.”

(Parent of a Year 11 leaver)