Since then it has taken on charitable trust status, grown considerably and is now fully co-educational with modern facilities. In 1994 two former pupils, Charles and Clive Mardon, both of whom left the school in 1992, funded the restoration of the Micklethwait family crest. Through their generous assistance, it is now still on display in the school’s inner hall in a beautifully restored condition. Many of the educational ideals expressed by Glass persist, albeit monitored closely. Children still enjoy the freedom to explore the grounds and play in the woods at the fantastic forest school within the grounds. The Hall is often bought to life with weddings, parties and community engagements, its not hard to see why so many chose Taverham Hall as their venue, due to the neo-Jacobean styling and elegant reception rooms. Views over Taverham’s ancient woodland and the valley of the River Wensum provide numerous photographic opportunities, making sure your time spent at Taverham is truly memorable.