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Meoncross School

Address: 65 Burnt House Ln, Fareham PO14 2EF, United Kingdom
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Description Meoncross School

  • Established: 1953
  • Location: Stubbington, Fareham, Hampshire, England
  • Language of instruction: English
  • Number of students: 400
  • Type of institution: private school.

Meoncross School is a mixed school founded in 1953. The private school in Hampshire is a great place to develop and educate children of all ages. The institution regularly confirms the high level of teaching during the successful passing of exams and entrance examinations by students.

The educational structure includes a kindergarten, primary, secondary and high school, due to which a holistic process of training and education of children from 2.5 to 16 years is carried out. Due to the fact that most students go through all the levels of training at Meoncross School, are familiar with each other and teachers since childhood, a real family atmosphere reigns in the school.

Pupils who have difficulties with study receive various forms of support: intra-class assistance, work in small groups or individual sessions with teachers. The school works closely with the educational and methodological bodies of the county, which, if necessary, assist in the preparation of individual programs for children.

The Learning Support Department can offer testing as a first step in identifying the learning needs of a particular student. In accordance with the rules of the Joint Qualifications Council (JCQ), if necessary, the school can organize additional lessons in English or mathematics, extracurricular consultations in preparation for the GCSE or A-level exams.

In order to help students adapt in society, the teachers are faced with the task of educating them in moral values, responsibility, self-esteem, which begins to be realized from the age of two in kindergarten. To help raise social responsibility among older students help wards charity foundations, including:

  • Small steps
  • Retts uk
  • Rainbow
  • Naomi House
  • Jack's place
  • Cancer research
  • The haven
  • Off the Record.

Children raise money at charity evenings through the sale of fancy dress, baked pastries, and participation in festivals and concerts.

Programs, courses and tuition/boarding fees, prices in Meoncross School

Program name
from 5 280 £ / term


  • Age: 2.5+
  • English language
  • Form: day
  • Cost: £ 3,630 per term.

Here an atmosphere is created in which each child learns attentiveness, caring for his neighbor, learns to value another person and undergoes the most important primary socialization.

  • Age - from 30 months (2.5 years) to 4 years
  • Open 38 weeks a year
  • Conveniently picturesque location near the coastal town, active “Beach School” with outdoor activities
  • Day trips and activities supervised by professional teachers.

Every child learns to try something new, gets used to the school schedule and classes. Active work is ongoing with parents - an “open door” policy, electronic diaries - which creates a trustful and at the same time effective basis for education.


  • Age: 4-7 years old
  • English language
  • Form: day
  • Cost: £ 4,104 per term.

Independence and psychological stability, curiosity, research abilities, a passion for learning, perseverance and attentiveness are developing. The Read, Write Inc system helps every day to improve knowledge of the English language (in particular grammar and phonetics) in order to facilitate further learning of the school curriculum.

The curriculum for kids includes:

  • math (score with Abacus system)
  • English language (reading, writing, phonetics)
  • creativity and art
  • history
  • geography
  • music: singing (including in the choir), playing musical instruments)
  • physical education and sport, outdoor games
  • French language and an introduction to French culture
  • Thinking Skills (development of thinking: analytical qualities, ability to conduct discussions and defend one's opinion, philosophical issues)
  • PSHE and Security Essentials
  • additional classes with other students of the school: sewing, baking, mindfulness training, yoga, photography.


  • Age: 7-11 years old
  • English language
  • Form: day
  • Cost: £ 5,280 per term.

Small classes and a homely atmosphere, an individual approach help children at an early age and primary school achieve impressive results. Key aspects of the Juniors program:

  • Regularly track everyone’s progress
  • Leadership Education
  • A large number of practical and creative lessons
  • Useful trips for boarders, a wide selection of extracurricular activities
  • The ability to add care for the child after school ("extension")
  • Development of independence and attentiveness.

The curriculum includes:

  • English language and literary reading
  • Maths
  • Natural sciences, research skills
  • Geography
  • History
  • Technology, art, design
  • Foreign languages: French, German, Spanish, Latin
  • Sports, including competitions: rugby, running, soccer, netball, swimming, athletics
  • Useful electives: needlework, debate, astronomy, programming basics
  • PSHE.     
from 5 292 £ / term

Upper school

  • Age: 11-14 years old
  • English language
  • Form: daytime.

Key features of the middle classes:

  • Continuous monitoring of program assimilation, grades and tests
  • Setting individual goals for each subject: mentors (tutors) individually work with children, who direct progress and help achieve the designated result
  • Wide additional opportunities for gifted children, ahead of the main course, talented students.

The curriculum includes subjects:

  • English
  • Maths
  • Natural Sciences
  • Computer literacy
  • Latin and classical civilizations
  • History
  • Geography
  • Dramatic art and theater
  • Religious Studies (RS)
  • Physical education and sport
  • PSHE.

Events Meoncross School

Student clubs and communities work throughout the year, offering students different ways to broaden their horizons, try new activities, discover hidden talents and become intellectually and culturally savvy outside the curriculum. Each student must attend at least one club meeting per week.

Children play sports: tennis, football, netball, hockey, rugby, cricket.

The school offers great opportunities for the development of musical abilities: singing in a choir, participating in a saxophonist group, orchestra and instrumental ensembles. Pupils are taught theoretical lectures on composition and music theory.

Children with theatrical abilities participate in independently staged summer musicals and autumn performances according to Shakespeare.

Mugs work:

  • Newspaper club
  • Discussion Club
  • Cinema club
  • First aid club
  • Gardening
  • Table games
  • Debate
  • Computer coding
  • Chess
  • Cookery
  • Rowing.

For students, the Beach School works, in which, under the supervision of experienced teachers, students get acquainted with nature, learn to experiment and work in a team, develop interest in the environment. Classes are held outdoors: on the beach or in the reserve.


  • Holistic educational environment
  • Family atmosphere among teachers and students
  • Modern material and technical base
  • Possibility to get a discount on training
  • Admission of foreign students thanks to the help of guardianship families
  • Active involvement of parents in school life
  • Education of social responsibility even among the youngest students.

Equipment Meoncross School

The school is located outside the city in a secluded quiet place. Each educational structure has its own building.

The educational building of the kindergarten includes game rooms, recreation rooms, a dining room, an assembly hall, a sports ground. The school has a playground.

Elementary, secondary and high schools are located in different buildings designed according to a similar principle:

  • Equipped classrooms
  • Library
  • Canteen
  • Gyms and grounds
  • Scientific laboratories
  • Computer classes.

In the area adjacent to the school buildings, there are fields for team games and playgrounds for outdoor activities.

Term dates, timetable and extra fees

The school year at Meoncross School consists of trimesters. The beginning of training is September 5, the end is July 10. The kindergarten works year-round without interruptions.

The cost of studying does not include delivery (paid separately if necessary), some additional classes, extended day group.

When submitting documents, a registration fee of £ 150 is paid and a deposit of £ 350 is paid.

Entry requirements, assessment and extra fees, how to apply, what is required to enrol, conditions, entry tests and exams

In order to become a student at Meoncross School , you must:

  • Submit an online application on the school website
  • Come at the appointed time to get acquainted with the school and the leadership
  • Visit trial day
  • Get an invitation from school management to start training
  • Pay the entry fee and make a deposit.

Scholarships Meoncross School

If the student shows high academic results, he gets the opportunity to participate in a scholarship program, which includes a 25% discount on tuition and full reimbursement of expenses for the child’s sports and creative development. Students from Year 5 through Year 7 have the opportunity to receive scholarships.

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- there are some very popular and high demand children's camps, where the applications need to be submitted 1 year in advance (in particular Switzerland , Great Britain , USA , Canada , Austria)
- we recommend to apply one year before the start of the training program,
- some schools have a specific time frame (September-November - please specify an individual school)
- some schools require tests in several stages (UKISET, internal tests of the school: English, mathematics, logics, subjects, interview, some require a personal visit)
- we recommend to apply one year before the start of the program,
- for Foundation and Pathway programs, IELTS and TOEFL certificates are usually required, respectively

- recommended submission one year before the start of the program,
- the deadline normally closes in January, for TOP HEIs and, as a rule, in March in other universities
- for a bachelor, a Foundation or Pathway preparatory program a completed A-level, IB, High School + IELTS / TOEFL are required
- for Masters you need a graduated higher education, in some cases you need a pre-Masters program
- MBA requires completed higher education, work experience preferably at least 2-3 years, etc.
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