Meoncross School

Burnt House Lane, Stubbington, Fareham, Hampshire, PO14 2EF

01329 662182

2-16 yrs
English National Curriculum
Type of School
Day School
Main Language


At Meoncross, everything we do is built around embedding the core values we want our students to develop. We seek
to help them become responsible and considerate, outward looking and globally aware, confident and well informed, resilient, reflective and willing to challenge themselves and others. These qualities equip students to do very well academically in the happy environment that is Meoncross.

The coastal curriculum is central to the way we embed those values and also helps define our approach to wellbeing. The school is located in the heart of a seaside community and we take every opportunity to get out and about in that community as part of both our curriculum and our extracurricular programme. That ability to connect with the aquatic environment ties learning outside the classroom in an effective and enjoyable way.

Students have the chance to be active, to challenge themselves by learning something new, to give back to their community, to connect overtly with their classmates and to be aware of the beauty and opportunity in their immediate vicinity. They may do this through sporting opportunities on the water, by supporting a beach clean, through working on a class project which is curriculum based, through activities such as bird-watching, photography and in a range of other ways.

We are convinced that those chances to learn help individuals develop a greater sense of wellbeing as well as a more rounded character. This, in turn, equips them for greater success in adult life in a world where the pressures felt by our young people are ever increasing, giving them a technology-free space in which to thrive.

Sarah Ebery


Sarah Ebery joined Meoncross as Headmistress in September 2023 after five years as Headmistress of The English Montessori School in Madrid.

Sarah graduated from the University of Southampton with a BSc in Economics, has a PGCE in Modern Foreign Languages and a Masters in Educational Leadership. Her strong focus on academics and the social wellbeing of the student body has led to an interest in adolescent behaviour inspired by the work of Sarah Jayne Blakemore, Nicola Morgan and the “Braincando” foundation at Queen Anne’s in Caversham England where she herself was a student.

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