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Moor Park, Shropshire



School Details
School Crest
Richard's Castle,
Ludlow,
Shropshire,
United Kingdom,
SY8 4DZ

Tel: +44 1584 876061
Fax: +44 1584 877311

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Founded:1964

Headmaster:
Mr C G O Minogue

Admissions Secretary:
Mrs M Lewin

This school offers flexi-boarding.

Accreditations and affiliations:
ISEB, CISC, SATIPS, BSA, IAPS, ISC
Religious affiliation:
Roman Catholic, Christian, All denominations welcome
Teaching languages:
English
Age Range & Fees
Age
Range
1 - 13
Annual
Day Fees
£7,140
to
£15,930
Annual Weekly
Boarding Fees
£19,560
to
£23,475
Annual Full
Boarding Fees
£19,560
to
£23,475
Number of Pupils
School Boy
Boys
School Girl
Girls
73
Day
53
12
Full board
3
56
Weekly
54
141
Total
110
This school offers
flexi-boarding.
Number of Staff
Full Time
Part Time
45
27
GCSE Pass Rate - age 16
At Grades A* to C
Pass Rate - age 18
courses are offered for age 18 exams
Higher Education
Pupils who went on to Higher Education or took Gap Year

Method of Entry:


Trial day at school, Registration, Taster days, Scholarship or bursary exam, Non selective school, Please apply to school, This is a non-selective school, Visit school
 

Scholarships & Bursaries:


Means tested bursaries, Means tested assisted places, All-rounder, Siblings, Armed forces discounts or bursaries, Academic, Other bursaries, Financial need

What we offer


  • ICT
  • Drama/Theatre
  • Design technology
  • Painting/Sculpture
  • Classics
  • Spanish
  • German
  • French
  • Latin
  • Mandarin
  • English as foreign/2nd language
  • Greek
  • English
  • Squash
  • Cricket
  • Cross-country
  • Golf
  • Water sports
  • Football
  • Netball
  • Table tennis
  • Athletics
  • Rounders
  • Hockey
  • Touch rugby
  • Tennis
  • Gymnastics
  • Rugby
  • Martial arts
  • Swimming
  • Public speaking/Debating
  • Language club
  • Skiing
  • Drama productions
  • Dance
  • Cycling
  • Rainbows/Brownies/Guides
  • Ballet
  • Adventure training
  • Shooting
  • Horse riding and management
  • Beavers/Cubs/Scouts
  • Chess
  • Astronomy
  • Fishing
  • Band/Orchestra
  • Choir
  • Guitar
  • Keyboard
  • Organ
  • Brass
  • Singing
  • Strings
  • Woodwind
  • Jazz
  • School bus service
  • Particular diets
  • Experience of expatriates' children
  • Rail/Airport services
  • After school club
  • Experience of services' children
  • Experience of international students
  • Experience of gifted children
  • Dyslexia or Specific Learning Difficulties (SpLD)
  • Moderate Learning Difficulties (MLD)
 
 
Happiness and confidence equals success.


ONE of the things Moor Park School in Ludlow, a school renowned for its happy atmosphere, is most proud of is the ease with which its pupils move on to their chosen senior school.

Pointing to those who moved on this year, headmaster Charlie Minogue reports that: 'Every year, senior school registrars and staff comment on how easily and quickly Moor Park pupils settle in their new school - they are confident, independent, and can ask for help when they need to.'

It is the school's knowledge of the children in its care, its understanding of their individual educational needs, their personalities and their talents, combined with its detailed knowledge of the wide variety of senior schools that ensures pupils move seamlessly from the happy 'place of purposeful informality' that is Moor Park into the next stage of their education.

This commitment to every child - more than a third of Moor Park students gain scholarships, whether academic, sporting, artistic, musical or 'all round' - and 'the range of schools we feed demonstrates our emphasis on the individual'.

Our current Year 8 who leave us in July have won 18 scholarships and Awards to a variety of different schools between 25 of them, a staggering result, to schools such as Downe House, Oundle, St Mary's Calne and Shrewsbury.

Boarding plays a key part in the Moor Park equation. From 'flexi to full', many children enjoy the boarding experience: excellent pastoral care, the companionship of friends, learning to take personal responsibility and much fun in the process. Children as young as 7 begin by boarding one night per week. Our junior boarding house has been up and running since March 2010 and has proved a resounding success - normally it is the children who are persuading their hesitant parents that boarding is a good thing. By the time they are 13, many children are boarding full-time, in preparation for senior school. While most pupils go on to boarding schools, those who go to day schools will have benefited from their boarding experience.

Perhaps it is the 85 acres of glorious Shropshire countryside and the space in which the children grow and play which makes the school what it is. Stepping into the Front Hall it quickly becomes apparent that there is more to it than the setting. In an environment which exudes warmth, care and happiness, children will always flourish and achieve.

To request further information about Moor Park School, please call Margaret Lewin on 01584 876061.
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