Mary Hare School for deaf children

Mary Hare School for deaf children is situated in Newbury in Berkshire.  It welcomes deaf children from all over the UK and represents the biggest community of deaf children in the UK.

The school teaches deaf children using an auditory oral approach, without the use of sign language within the classroom.  Pupils follow the national curriculum and many go onto university or further education when leaving at the age of 18.

The Mary Hare Foundation is a registered charity and raises funds for the school. Find out more about supporting the Foundation or making a donation to the Mary Hare Primary School Appeal.

In 2016 Mary Hare School is celebrated its 70th anniversary.

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Open Days and Events

Year 7 Entrance Assessments - Tuesday 26 September 2017

6th Form Information Day - Thursday 12 October 2017

Primary School Open Day - Tuesday 6 February 2018

Professionals' Open Day - Wednesday 28 February 2018

Secondary School Open Day - Monday 7 May 2018

Primary School Fun Day - Saturday 9 June 2018

Year 7 Entry Information Day - Friday 22 June 2018

For further details call 01635 244215 or go to the Mary Hare School website.