We foster strong parent-school relationships at Marlborough House. We believe that regular and open communication with our parent community helps develop mutual trust and understanding of the parts we play in assessing and meeting the needs of the children at school.
As we are blessed with such wonderful facilities and grounds we open our doors to parents through a series of popular on-site activities and clubs, both before and after school to fit in around work and home commitments. The Dads' Football Club is held in our spacious sports hall in the evening and on the weekends, two local football clubs run by our MHS parents are given full use of our sports pitches for coaching sessions. The Old Gym plays host to evening sessions of table tennis and after the morning school run, many MHS mums take part in Tennis Coaching, early bird bootcamps and pilates classes, all of which are structured to challenge both beginners and the more experienced.
There are excellent lines of communication and information about school life is plentiful
isi report june 2015
We run numerous week-long activity programmes during the holidays to include Art, Crafts, Languages and Sports Coaching. Day camps are also run in our fabulous Forest School.
Our varied methods of communication
with the MHS community provide many opportunities for parents to watch, contribute or really get involved in school life and the progress of their child. This gives Marlborough House its renowned "family-feel" and why we believe we are set up to consistently deliver a high quality education with a truly individual focus.
An exceptionally friendly school where everyone is quickly made to feel part of the community.
Good Schools Guide
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