As if celebrating the school's best A Level results ever and being ranked by The Times as the UK's Number 1 non-selective independent school for A*s at A Level were not enough, Moreton has yet more milestones to celebrate as term starts.
The school celebrates its 100th birthday this year and the party starts this week with the biggest birthday present the girls could ask for: a new multimillion pound Science Centre with possibly the country's first in-school Medical Science faculty to inspire the next generation of potential medics, vets and dentistry students. The Science building hosted its first lessons today and in the coming years will welcome many pupils from neighbouring schools, starting immediately with young scientists from nearby St Martins school.
The whole school in front of the new Centenary Science Centre . Pictured front: L-R Deputy Head Prefects Kitty Robinson and Teya Drew, Principal Jonathan Forster and Head Prefect Josie Mason.
Cutting the cake - Year 7 pupils with the school's Principal outside the new Centenary Science Centre : L-R Helen Assheton, Isabella Wynne-Finch, Alysha Brown, Jonathan Forster, Jasmin Rogers, Imogen Marmont and Camilla Scott