Address: Manor House Lane, Bookham, Surrey KT23 4EN
Number of Pupils: 320
Fees: Lower School £4,985; Middle and Upper School £5,195.
Head Teacher:Mrs Tracey Fantham BA (Hons) MA NPQH
Religious Affiliation: Christian
Entrance Procedure: Year 7: By entrance examination preceeding September entry. Remaining year groups: By a taster and assessment day in current year groups supported by previous school reference.
Contact: Mrs Allison Clark, Admissions Officer, on 01372 457077
Email: [email protected]
School Visits: Individual visits and tours of the school are welcomed. Open mornings: Wednesday 10 May – Whole School.
Manor House pupils follow a wide curriculum generally taking 9-10 GCSEs. There is a wide range of extra-curricular activities offered. Pupils partake fully in school life and develop their individual talents in art, drama, music and sport.
Games & The Arts
The Elizabeth Green Hall provides an indoor sports/large assembly/performance hall for music and drama productions. There is an outdoor heated swimming pool, five floodlit tennis and netball courts, hockey and rounders pitches, athletics track and purpose-built art/textiles studio with dedicated drama and music rooms.
Three school houses underpin the pastoral provision and there are various inter-house competitions including ‘Theme Week’, ‘House Arts’ and various sporting galas. Class sizes and form groups are small allowing staff to know all the girls individually.
In almost all cases, Manor House girls gain places at their first choice of sixth form or university destination.
Head Teacher’s Philosophy
Great schools inspire a passion for learning both within and outside the classroom and enable young people to achieve more than they ever thought was possible. The positive ethos of a school is imperative; I believe that a supportive yet challenging environment with an extensive enrichment programme, develops a confidence in students to seek new experiences and instils the qualities of courage, kindness and integrity.
Girls here learn together at their own pace, develop confidence to take risks, choose any field of study without stereotypical influence, grow in emotional intelligence and show compassion for others while honing life and leadership skills for the future. But most importantly, develop into happy, confident and successful young women..
Back to all Schools