The Roedean Moira House package is much more than just work. Our all-embracing education goes far beyond excellent academic results, and you will flourish in an environment which is challenging and supportive. You may not achieve success on a national level, but you will always be valued as an individual and given the opportunities to develop your talents, and perhaps even discover one that you did not know you had!
A star outside the classroom is often an A* within it
We know that if you are happy in your environment, you will be successful in a variety of different spheres of school life. The wide range of co-curricular activities on offer at school will complement your academic work, and successes in one area often build confidence to be successful in another. At Roedean Moira House, we focus on kindling every girl’s passions, giving you the space to cherish the excitement, freedom, and wonder which comes with finding out about the world around you.
A Diverse Range of Activities
At Roedean Moira House, a diverse range of activities are open to the girls, in order to ensure that they are challenged and stimulated in their free-time. They are designed to give the girls the opportunity to try as many new things as they can, in order to discover their talents and passions.
Many of the activities take place immediately after lunch or in the afternoon before the day buses leave, meaning that all girls can enjoy them.
There are also, however, activities which occur in the evenings, and day-girls are welcome to remain at school to take part in these.
In addition to those found at many schools, such as Chess Club, Choir, the Duke of Edinburgh’s Award, Fencing, Archery, and academic clinics and extension groups, Roedean Moira House offers more unusual activities, such as Karate and Musical Theatre.
Fitting in with their ethos of holistic education, all pupils will be required to complete the Roedean Moira House diploma, with the aim of helping pupils develop a wide portfolio of skills.
– Good Schools Guide
These girls were shy to begin with, but doing yoga each week has really brought them out of themselves.
– Junior Teacher, Year 3