Now admitting 3 year olds since January 2017
100% pass rate in 2016 GCSE examinations!
Friendship, Learning, Growing!
Maths Challenge Success
Congratulations to the Year 8, Year 9 and Year 10 students who participated in the UKMT Intermediate Maths cha...
What we do: pictures in church today
By Samuel, aged 4 ...
Science Live is an annual event where you get chance to see and interact with top UK Scientists. GCSE...
S4 and S5 visited the Royal Centre in Nottingham as part of their studies for Literature GCSE. Poetr...
Our outstanding young voices
Congratulations to every one of our twenty pupils who had a fantastic day - and night - yesterday at the NEC i...
Head's end of year report
Head’s End of Year Report 2016 What a year it has been. Every day I continue to be inspired by th...
'The best carol concert I've ever been to.'
Thank you Mr Jordan for those wonderful comments. Last night was spectacular for all involved as our pupils...
Congratulated on the behaviour of our pupils again
Following their geography trip to Birmingham’s botanical gardens earlier in the month this week we received ...
Remembrance Day 11.11.2016
Today all of Manor House school walked down to the memorial in Ashby de la Zouch. We made sure we were all wea...
Roald Dahl Day celebrated
Over the past few days pupils and staff have been celebrating the life and works of Roald Dahl. Beginning with...
New ISI report: more success for Manor House
ISI Reports July 2016 Following an unnounced inspection by the Independent School’s Inspectorate ...
Fit for our Queen
Summer Fete Thank you to everyone for your tremendous support making Friday's Queen Bithday fete such a suc...
Junior School Trip to Beaumanor Hall Our intrepid juniors headed out into the wilds of Beaumanor Hall today...
Don't forget tickets are now available in the school office! The pupils are rehearsing hard and props and cost...
World Book Day Competition organised by the Literacy Team.
The Literacy Team have organised a competition amongst the pupils to create a poster for World Book Day. They...
I have learned so much more since I have been at Manor House. I have lots of new friends that I care about and they care a lot about me. I have been at Manor House almost a year and it has gone past very quickly which proves that I am much happier.
Welcome to Manor House School
Manor House School is an independent day school in Leicestershire, for boys and girls aged 3* to 16 years. We are a traditional English ‘boater hat and cap’ independent school which combines high quality teaching and learning with high standards of manners and behaviour. (*Following recent approval by Department for Education we have extended our current provisions that start from age 4 to include enrolment of 3 year olds as of January 2017)
Set in picturesque surroundings beside the historic castle of Ashby-de-la-Zouch, the school has a long and proud tradition of preparing children for every stage of their education, from Kindergarten to GCSE.
Unlike other private schools in Leicestershire, Manor House School assesses pupils both on their academic performance and their ability to fit into the school's close-knit community. We do not enforce an entrance examination and welcome all children; we are consistently the highest performing non selective independent school in the region.
GCSE results are consistently above the national average. In 2016 our pupils achieved a 100% pass rate, with five subjects achieving 100% A* - C and 20% of our pupils passing exams a year ahead and the same number aged 14, two years ahead of pupils in similar schools. Our pupils are stretched at all levels and provided with structured routes to achievement.
Two free taster days are offered to all prospective pupils. During this time, they take part in lessons and school activities, and are assessed on their suitability for a place at the school. Mr Messent, headteacher, then meets with the pupil and parents to discuss the two days and move forwards.
Class sizes are limited to no more than 15 pupils, to ensure that all children receive the individual attention, help and guidance they need to succeed.
Pupils are encouraged to fulfil their academic potential but also to develop other valuable skills and qualities, as part of their personal development. The school offers a varied programme of extra curricular activities, in which sport, music and drama feature prominently.
A healthy and flavoursome lunch, freshly cooked by staff in our kitchens on site, is included in our daily routine. For busy families, the school runs a breakfast club from 7.30am and an after-school club until 6pm.
The school is affiliated to ISA, a body that accredits 350 of the UK’s highest performing independent schools.
Set up as a school in the early 1900s, our grounds were once the property of King Edward IV. We are on land which was originally occupied by a small fortified manor house which was built around the time of the Norman invasion. Mentioned in the Domesday Book of 1086, the property was owned by the Earl of Leicester. It was subsequently granted to the la Zouch family who held it until the end of the fourteenth century before the manor house became the residential home of Lord Hastings.
Manor House School has excellent transport links to the Midlands and beyond. As a result, the school is easily accessible to pupils from a wide geographical area, including Ashby, Loughborough, Burton-on-Trent, Castle Donington, Market Bosworth, Markfield and Derby.
The school's unique combination of traditional values, family atmosphere and high educational standards ensures that all Manor House pupils leave the school well-prepared for life in today’s challenging, global society.