Mary Hare 70th Anniversary

Celebrating 70 years of teaching, learning, speaking and listening


16 June - 29 October | Mon-Fri | 10am-4.30pm



In November 2015, Mary Hare School marked the anniversary of Miss Mary Hare’s death. Mary Hare died on 5th November 1945 at the age of 80. In January 1946 the Mary Hare Grammar School for deaf children was opened and named in her memory. In 1949, the school moved to its current premises near Newbury with 22 pupils. Over seven decades, the school has continued to grow, now with 230 pupils.

During 2016 the School will be celebrating the work of Miss Mary Hare and this important anniversary. We have now opened an exhibition of archive materials at the Arlington Arts Centre. 


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