Congratulations to our team of CAFOD Young Leaders from the Lower Sixth who have successfully raised £945 for CAFOD’s Walk for Water campaign.
The Art Department has been celebrating the successes of pupils who have submitted entries to a number of local and national competitions this year.
After nearly a term of online learning where the focus had to be on theory, drawing skills or practical work using resources only available at home, Mrs Liz Larkin, our inspirational and highly creative Design and Technology specialist teacher, was delighted to see the girls back in our fabulous workshop when in-school lessons restarted this term.
Over the last two weeks it has been wonderful to hear and see some live drama in our Theatre for the first time since before Christmas as our Drama students had the opportunity to perform the dramatic monologues which they had worked on during lockdown.
Step by Step are a local charity with whom Farnborough Hill has partnered for many years. They provide care and accommodation for local young people who find themselves homeless.
A programme of Project Qualification work is now firmly embedded within the curriculum at Farnborough Hill.
This week saw the restart of our co-curricular programme. We are absolutely delighted that so many girls have signed up to the various clubs on offer.
Once again, due to the national lockdown, we find ourselves in a virtual teaching and learning environment. Every effort is being made to run online lessons as smoothly as possible and we continue to strive to deliver the best possible learning experience for our pupils.
The School Hall was transformed in the first week of term as we prepared to roll out mass COVID-19 testing of pupils and staff on their return from the Christmas break.
A summary of the programme of festive activities celebrated by the Farnborough Hill community.
Community Feast Day is a key date in the Farnborough Hill calendar, a time when we join the Sisters to celebrate the founding of their Order and enjoy the privilege of witnessing their renewal of vows.
The theme of this year’s Senior Prize Giving was ‘Certainty in a time of uncertainty’; a fitting message and a promise that the community of Farnborough Hill will remain strong.
Last Monday, we came together as separate Year Group communities to remember those who made the ultimate sacrifice, laying down their lives for their fellow country men and women.
Just before half term, we gave the Year 11s the opportunity to step into the sixth formers’ shoes and experience just a taste of what life in the sixth form on the hill is like.
Early last week, we were treated to a series of presentations given by 16 members of the Upper Sixth who are about to complete their Level 3 Extended Project Qualifications.
With National Poetry Day and the Year 7 lunchtime activities weeks, this term has offered fantastic opportunities to engage with poetry beyond the English curriculum.
The Science Department was a hive of activity last week as it celebrated the Royal Society of Biology's Biology Week. The theme of the week was "Work with nature rather than against it" (David Attenborough).
Last Saturday, the School should have been echoing with footsteps of old for our annual reunion of past pupils and staff. There has been a reunion at School, during peacetime, since 1926, so it was with disappointment we moved this to a virtual event.
Pupils gathered together on Friday to celebrate a Liturgy of the Holy Spirit, where we come together in prayer asking for God to send His Holy Spirit to bless us and give us all that we need this year.
Head, Mrs Alexandra Neil, has praised her girls’ fortitude with the publication of GCSE grades today.