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Moor House School & College

Support & Fundraising

Moor House School & College is a leading Centre of Excellence in providing highly specialised and integrated residential care, teaching and therapy for students aged 7-19 with the most severe and complex speech and language impairment. With your help, we will be able to support more speech and language impaired children and young people.

Support Us

The student fees that we receive from Local Education Authorities pay only for the day to day provision of our core services. To expand our provision, build new residential units, or refurbish and modernise our teaching and therapy facilities, we rely on philanthropic income. Your support will enable us to maintain and improve on what we have achieved so far and build the future for more children and young people with speech and language disabilities.

  • Future Development

    Therapy and Specialist Teaching hub

    The next phase of our strategic development plan aims to deliver a new enlarged facility for Pottery and Design Technology, a specially designed Therapy and Specialist Teaching Hub and the refurbishment and re-purposing of an old Occupational Therapy building.
    0% Complete
    Raised
    £2,500,000
    Goal
    £2,500,000
  • Past Development

    Refurbishment Project

    This project included the refurbishment of the Old Dormitory areas into new residential, teaching, learning and therapy units in the main building.
    0% Complete
    Raised
    £514,000
    Goal
    £514,000
  • Past Development

    40-unit School Residential Campus

    Our new residential campus for junior students, completed in May 2016, includes 3 houses providing 40 student bedrooms, 3 communal kitchens and dining areas, a Medical & Care Centre, and a Multi-Purpose Student Centre.
    0% Complete
    Raised
    £3,100,000
    Goal
    £3,100,000
  • 13 November 2019 | 11:00 – 12:30

    Friends of Moor House Open Morning

    Friends of Moor House is a voluntary association, with no membership fees or obligations, for those with an interest in the School & College who would like to be kept informed of news and developments. Local residents with no family links to Moor House are especially welcome.

    We are always looking for new members who may be interested in helping us change the lives of our current and former students.

    This open morning will include updates from John Stevens, Chair of the Steering Committee of Friends of Moor House and Helen Middleton, Principal of Moor House School & College, a tour of the school and an opportunity to meet the steering committee and ask questions.

    For more information or to register a place please email us.

  • 15 November 2019 | 13:00 – 14:45

    Parentworkshop - Lifeskills and Occupational Therapy

  • 20 November 2019 | 09:45 – 12:45

    Parent Open Morning for Prospective Parents

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Our success stories
  • Case Study: Emma's Story

    Moor House parent Veronica gives an account of what led her daughter Emma to the school and the difference it has made to her life.
  • Former student ‘DJ’ celebrates Masters degree

    A former Moor House student is celebrating after completing a Masters degree at The Royal Central School of Speech and Drama in London.
  • Swimmers on the podium at national finals

    A team of Moor House Swimmers secured a bronze medal in the Panathlon U18 National Finals at the London Aquatic Centre last month.

Donate

 With your help, we can offer our specialist provision to many more speech and language impaired children and young people.