Mary Hare School
Mary Hare School consists of Primary, Secondary and Sixth Form, all based on one site. In our classes students are immersed in the English language, both spoken and written, and we provide deaf children and young people with the education and support they need to enable them to achieve their full potential.
In September 2022 we relocated and opened our brand-new, state-of-the-art Primary School. The Mary Hare Foundation raised £4 million towards the project and the new school has been designed to maximise the learning experience for deaf young people. Click here to read through the full story of our new Primary School.
Mary Hare Primary School offers a vibrant curriculum that is tailored to meet the needs of our deaf pupils, with vocabulary and language at the heart of everything we do. Your child will flourish as they make friends with deaf peers and build on their self-esteem and confidence in their identity.
Our Secondary School welcomes students from Year 7 to Year 11.
At Mary Hare Secondary School students will have access to a full curriculum that is on par with their hearing peers, catering to all abilities. No subjects is off limits - we have plenty of students enjoying subjects such as PE, French or Music, that they may otherwise get excluded from in a mainstream setting.
We have a large and vibrant Sixth Form offering a wide range of A Levels, BTECs and vocational courses.
Students at Sixth Form are surrounded by a big group of deaf peers and can enjoy a great social life. There are plenty of opportunities to get involved in school life including working at our youth club, Coles Diner, gaining Life Skills and lifeguard qualifications. There is also a network of support through our Transition Programme, where students can develop their independence as they take their next steps into further education or employment.