On Sunday, the first of Advent, we were blessed to gather together for a wonderfully festive afternoon: The Friends’ Christmas Market, House Charity Bazaar and Advent Carol Service.
On Friday 19 November, we united with the RCE Sisters to celebrate on their Community Feast Day, an important annual celebration in the Farnborough Hill calendar.
Senior Prize Giving, which took place on Friday 19 November 2021, is a significant event in the Farnborough Hill calendar. It provides us with the opportunity to celebrate our pupils' many successes.
Dr Ian Taylor reflects on the School’s Remembrance Day commemorations as the Royal British Legion marks its 100th year.
This week the School’s Geography Department hosted a Climate Awareness Week to acknowledge the issues of climate change.
As world leaders come together for the 26th United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP26), the Farnborough Hill community is ‘extraordinarily proud’ to be represented at this ‘vitally important global event’ by one of its own students.
With the observance of World Mental Health Day on Sunday 10 October, we shine a spotlight on the importance of good mental health and F'Hill's Four Ways to aid Well-being.
The Arkwright Engineering Scholarship programme is a highly esteemed scheme for 16-year-old aspiring engineering students and we are delighted to congratulate Lower Sixth student Naomi, who has been accepted for the programme this year.
Mass of the Holy Spirit took place outdoors this year on Friday 24 September, allowing us to give thanks in this Season of Creation.
Drive and determination earn 2021 GCSE pupils their just rewards
Farnborough Hill students impress in spite of a second year of A level disruption
Junior Prize Giving, which took place on Friday 9 July 2021, celebrated all the wonderful achievements from our pupils this year.
Inter-House Sports Afternoon took place on Thursday 8 July 2021, a much-anticipated event, met with a great deal of excitement.
Our Upper Sixth students said au revoir to the School the week before summer commences. As you could expect, their final week was busy as well as emotional.
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.