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Academic Results

The warm family ethos and stimulating learning environment of Manor House School inspires our girls to achieve their very best, both personally and academically. Hard work always produces results and academic success for each and every girl is at the top of our agenda.

Our consistently excellent GCSE results are testament to that work ethic. Great examination results open doors and change lives and our smaller setting creates an environment where each girl is able to benefit from our supportive teaching approach to achieve their personal best. Our GCSE Results page provides further details on our most recent GCSE results.

MidYIS is a computer-adaptive assessment for pupils aged 11 to 14, that provides information to help identify a pupil’s strengths and weaknesses, and forecast how they are likely to perform at GCSE. Manor House School typically achieves at least 1 grade higher per subject than would have been expected for a pupil in their GCSE results, based on MidYis data.  Performance is on average over ½ grade higher compared to girls in other independent schools.

A high percentage of our Prep girls in Year 6 achieve Level 5+ or 6 in their end of year examinations, well above Level 4 national expectations.

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Manor House School, Bookham

NEXT OPEN EVENT

Book a place at our next Open Event on Wednesday 12 May at 9.30am here. You can also view our Virtual Open Day

Our Admissions Team are available to discuss new applications for the Prep and Senior Schools for 2021 and 2022. Please email: admissions@manorhouseschool.org

As part of the national response to Covid-19, the School site is currently closed to pupils, except those of key worker and vulnerable children. We continue to teach and support all our Prep and Senior School pupils via a virtual (on-screen) learning approach, enabling live lessons and engagement across all subjects. If you wish to access the latest initial information from our Headteacher regarding a return to school from Monday 8 March 2020, click here

‘To Love is to Live’. (School motto – 1920-2021) – Celebrating over 100 Years of Education.