Over half term, 19 girls and staff enjoyed a fun-filled, action-packed trip to the 'Big Apple' to explore its Art and Culture.
On an appropriately crisp and dark night, over 700 people scaled the hill to enjoy the first Friends’ Firework Fiesta in many years.
Our Farnborough Hill community came together last Friday morning for our annual Harvest Festival.
Earlier this month we were very excited to welcome almost 90 Year 6 pupils for a Young Leaders’ Day.
Last Wednesday, the Senior Choir enjoyed the privilege of singing Choral Evensong at the majestic Guildford Cathedral.
Year 7 pupils enjoyed their first residential trip together at the end of last week. They were warmly welcomed on arrival by a thoroughly enthusiastic bunch of PGL instructors, who geared the girls up for their exciting two-day adventure.
Our U15A and B teams took part in the Schools District Netball Tournament at Wavell School on Wednesday 9 October 2019. Both teams did very well but particular congratulations to the U15A team who were unbeaten winners.
On Saturday 21 September we hosted the annual Farnborough Hill Old Girls' Reunion. We were delighted to welcome 150 Old Girls and their families who joined members of the Community and former staff for a joyous afternoon revisiting their old school and catching up with friends.
A group of 35 tenacious and extremely hard-working pupils returned to school this week to learn of the outstanding grades they earned in their Level One Project Qualification, taken in Year 9; 20 girls earned an A*, nine an A and six achieved B grades.
Pupils at Farnborough Hill were celebrating this morning as they received their excellent GCSE results. The School is delighted that 56% of all the results were at the top grades of 9 – 7, with an excellent pass rate of 98%.
Students at Farnborough Hill were delighted to achieve outstanding results across the board as they received their A level results today, with two thirds of the year group earning an A*, A or B in all their subjects. The School was particularly delighted to see that 67% of the top grades were in subjects such as Mathematics, History, the Classics and the Sciences, as preferred by Russell Group universities.
The School celebrated the many achievements of girls in Years 7 - 9 at our annual Junior Prize Giving afternoon on Wednesday 2 July 2019. Congratulations to all the girls who received medals, certificates and trophies.
Representatives from this year's CAFOD Young Leaders team attended a day of celebration and thanks at CAFOD Headquarters this week.
Year 7 took a three-day break from their normal timetable to enjoy a Music Theatre workshop, during which they worked together to create a production of Bugsy Malone entirely from scratch.
With the sun shining, the field awash with brightly coloured t-shirts and a buzz of excitement in the air, inter-house sports afternoon got underway.
Year 8 and 9 pupils took their audiences on a magical journey through the Wardrobe to the land of Narnia.
This year, once again, the Sixth Form students were delighted to host Year 5 pupils at Busy Bees taster days.
Catholic theologian David Wells travels the world delivering inspirational talks; he aims to share ‘accessible theology for the busy, burnt-out and bewildered’ and has written several best-selling books on the subject of faith. He spoke to Farnborough Hill teachers in June.
Pupils from Farnborough Hill have been awarded 'Best Overall Company' and 'Best Trade Stand' at the Young Enterprise North Hampshire Showcase Area Final.
The new uniform for Farnborough Hill pupils has been revealed!