The best way to find out about MCS is to visit us. We would be delighted to welcome you at any of the Open Events listed below and very much encourage you to visit the school.
We are pleased to announce that our Spring events will run as a Virtual Events. Please book your place below.
If you are interested in our June events, please register your interest below and we will contact you with updates as and when we are able to confirm our plans.
|Event||When||How to book|
|Senior School Open Afternoon||Thursday 11 March (Virtual)||Book|
|Junior School Open Morning||Friday 19 March (Virtual)||Book|
|Junior School Open Morning||Friday 18 June (TBC)||Register interest|
|Senior School Open Afternoon||Tuesday 22 June (TBC)||Register interest|
Please feel free to book a one-to-one video or telephone call with our Registrar, Mrs Barberine Mallett, who will be able to guide you through the process and answer any questions you may have.
Please note, some open event dates may need to change at short notice due to Covid-19 restrictions.
We offer Junior School Open Mornings throughout the year, and these offer a lovely opportunity to see the Junior School in action on a normal working day; booking is required and young siblings are very welcome. The Junior School Open Mornings begin with a talk by the Master and the Head of Junior School at 9.30 am followed by a tour of the school with one of our Year 6 boys and coffee with the Head of Junior School and the Registrar’s team.
We hold three Senior School Open Events during the year and these are an excellent opportunity to get a feel for the Senior School. The Open Evening in October is for Year 7 and Year 9 only. The events start with a talk from the Master followed by a Question and Answer Session with a pupil panel, a tour with a current pupil of your child’s age at entry and finish with tea and cakes with the Master, Heads of Department and the Registrar’s team. These events are very popular so do please book well in advance.
The events start with a talk from the Master followed by a Question and Answer session exclusively with current Sixth Form pupils and tours of the Sixth Form Centre that offer more time with subject teachers and Heads of Department. The evening has proved very popular so do book well in advance.