Moreton Hall warmly invites local pupils considering Sixth Form and A Level choices to attend a Sixth Form Information Evening on Thursday, 7th October at 6pm. Always very popular, the evening offers subject area expertise in 22 A Level subjects and specialist seminars on Oxbridge entrance, Creative Arts routes  and Medical, Dental and Veterinary Sciences university entry.

“A Level choices can be overwhelming, surrounded by much pressure,” said Caroline Lang, Moreton Hall Sixth Form Registrar. “Our aim is to demystify the process and to provide pupils with the opportunity to talk directly with subject experts to better understand each subject and what is required at A Level.”

The Sixth Form evening follows a record attendance at Moreton’s Open Day which was held recently. Families from Uzbekistan and London joined those from neighbouring counties to learn more about a Moreton Hall education and why the school was named “Tes Boarding School of the Year”. The morning ended with current and prospective families and visitors to our lacrosse tournament gathering for a barbeque in the walled garden under glorious blue skies.

This year, Moreton welcomed one of its highest intakes in Sixth Form, including students from local state schools and independent schools from across the country. Students join Moreton at Sixth Form to receive an outstanding academic preparation for A Levels, alongside a comprehensive preparation for life after school, in a joyous, nurturing environment rich with opportunities and friendship.

Students new to Moreton in Sixth Form quickly assimilate into Moreton life. Three new students from local state schools were recently appointed to the Board of Directors of Moreton Enterprise (ME), the school’s student-led business. Lucy, who joined Moreton’s Sixth Form just last month, has already embraced the opportunities offered.

“I joined ME because I wanted to improve my knowledge of business, as well as my leadership skills,” said Lucy (Lower 6). I also know it’s a brilliant opportunity that I would be silly to pass up on.”

Lucy admits to being terrified before she started at Moreton:  “But as soon as I arrived, I was swept into the Moreton family and the past few weeks have flown by!  Everyone is constantly chatting to you about your day or asking to study together or checking in with how things are going; which has made the transition so much easier for me.”

Students and parents are welcome to register for Moreton’s Sixth Form Information Evening at