Moira House School was an independent day and boarding school for girls aged 6 weeks to 18 years in Eastbourne, East Sussex, England, from 1887 to 2020, but founded in Surrey in 1875. Moira House was an inter-denominational school. On March 2017, the school had 312 pupils on roll, including ten boys, with 55 in the sixth form. The school was established in 1875 by Charles Ingham at Moira House in Surrey. Within a few years it had moved to Eastbourne. On 27 January 2018, the school merged with Roedean School as part of the newly-created Roedean Group of Schools and became known as Roedean Moira House. However, this lasted only two years, and the school closed permanently in August 2020, with most girls and some staff transferring to Roedean. More information...

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