Farnborough Hill are preparing for the arrival of our new school inhabitants at the end of June: honey bees.
Farnborough Hill has once again received top marks for both the academic achievement and development of its pupils, and for their personal development, following the School’s recent Independent Schools Inspectorate (ISI) inspection.
We are delighted to announce the new Junior Leadership Team members; Charlotte (Head Girl), Aoife (Deputy Head Girl), Aimee (Deputy Head Girl), Caterina, Preeti and Imogen.
During the first lockdown from March 2020, on Thursdays at 8.00 pm we would gingerly leave the safety of our homes to clap and cheer for key workers, especially those in the NHS working on the front lines of the COVID-19 crisis. Amélie (U6DEM) reflects on this and the future of nursing.
As part of International Nurses’ Day, we would like to share some inspirational stories from our Old Girls who became nurses themselves.
On Thursday 5 May 2022, we came together as a whole School for a wonderful Service of Hope, Reflection and Thanksgiving. We then unveiled our new Garden of Hope.
Lower Sixth students canoed at the National Water Sports Centre in Nottingham and walked in the Dark Peaks for their Gold DofE Award.
The Easter Term was enormously successful for Farnborough Hill’s Netball teams, with many triumphs in national competitions.
Chlöe, Year 10, looks back on Women's History Month and discusses why it is important to continue the fight against inequality.
Music Captain Emily (U6WIN) reflects on the most recent Musical happening at Farnborough Hill; the Easter Concert.
Extended Learning Coordinator, Miss Lucy Warwick, reflects on the latest achievements by the Year 9 Project Qualification pupils.
Following the huge success of the Red Nose Day Endurance Challenge by Year 11 pupils, we are continuing with a charity focus in School this week – the annual Sixth Form Charity Week.
On Friday 18 March, Red Nose Day 2022, 27 fantastic Year 11 pupils began an epic sport challenge to raise money for Comic Relief and the School’s chosen House charities.
Mrs Lori Winch-Johnson reviews Farnborough Hill’s 2022 Whole School Production of Lerner and Loewe’s ‘My Fair Lady’.
A big part of life at Farnborough Hill is the sense of community. The Farnborough Hill community is one that is founded on a deep sense of empathy and care for those in need.
Year 11 pupil, Annie, reflects on women’s rights, gender equality and why it is important that we celebrate women.
As the excitement around the School Production builds, we spoke to some of our leading cast members to find out a bit more about them.
Farnborough Hill’s U15 Hockey team emerged victorious at the ISA National Hockey Cup competition, held recently at the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park.
It is with great pride that we congratulate two of our Upper Sixth students, Renée and Alexandra, who have secured offers to further their education at Oxford and Cambridge.
Today (Monday 24 January 2022) marks International Day of Education. Over the next few days, we will explore the theme of the importance of education with our current pupils on our Social Media pages. We also wanted to hear from our Old Girls who became educators themselves. Both Claudia and Isabella got in touch to share their experiences, and we feel they highlight the importance of education perfectly.