Primary School: 01635 573 800
Secondary School: 01635 244 200
We are a school for deaf children in Newbury, Berkshire. We take children from Year 1 to Year 13 (aged 5-19) across both our Primary and Secondary sites.
We welcome applications from pupils throughout the UK as well as abroad. We take pupils throughout the academic year into all year groups other than Years 11 and 13. Follow our easy step by step application process to assessment.
Our lovely Primary School is in Newbury, Berkshire. We offer day and weekly boarding places to primary aged pupils with a hearing impairment. Our key aim is to develop pupils’ English and to develop their self esteem.
Small class sizes, acoustically treated classrooms, the full national curriculum and no signing in lessons. In addition, all our teachers are subjects specialists and Teachers of the Deaf.
We are the biggest centre for deaf pupils wanting to study A Levels and BTECs in the UK. We offer a wide choice of academic and vocational courses, lots of deaf peers and a great social life.
Our alumni are great ambassadors for the school. Their involvement is great from giving talks to current pupils, raising funds for us and being involved in generally marketing our wonderful school.
We offer a wide range of courses and training opportunities for anyone working in the field of deaf education or audiology, founded on more than 100 years of experience of working with profoundly deaf young people.
The Mary Hare Foundation was established in 1991 to raise funds for Mary Hare School. Since then we have raised over £8 million to enable the school to modernise and build new facilities.
Mary Hare School came to its current home near Newbury in 1946. Since that time the organisation has grown to include a number of business, as well as postgraduate education, training courses and research.