Moor House Exhibition on Display
The extraordinary 75-year journey made by Moor House School & College is told in a small exhibition of photographs currently on display in Oxted library.
A first of its kind when it opened in 1947, Moor House, based in Hurst Green, is still one of just a few schools in the country that specialises in supporting children with language disorders, including Developmental Language Disorder (DLD). Its specialist setting and approach has made an extraordinary difference to the lives of many students over the years and demand for places is greater than ever.
To celebrate its 75th Anniversary the Friends of Moor House, a voluntary association that supports the school, took on the task of categorising a fascinating collection of papers, photographs and film going right back to the school’s foundation, producing a fantastic display for our summer fete.
Now the local public have another chance to see the exhibition, which can be viewed for free during Oxted Library opening hours until mid-December.