It was an incredibly joyous morning on the hill as the Class of 2023 received their A level results.
Sixth Form on the Hill
School is a place where everyone should feel valued and respected. The feeling of empowerment which Farnborough Hill has fostered in me is at the centre of the person that I have become.
The encouragement and guidance you receive in Sixth Form are key to beginning your future in the best possible position. Your GCSEs and earlier school experiences, whether at Farnborough Hill or elsewhere, will have shaped your next step and revealed your strengths, aspirations, hopes and desires. It is now time to capitalise on these, seizing every opportunity to gain experiences which will stand you in good stead for success at university and beyond.
As part of sixth form on the hill, you will receive individual attention and mentoring to finalise and achieve your ambitions, whatever they may be. A levels are academically challenging and university applications hugely competitive; our results prove that you will achieve academically at Farnborough Hill and our university success rate is exceptional.
You will still be very much a part of the school community and we will call upon you for ideas and assistance in shaping and running the school, but you will also enjoy some freedom and personal space away from the hubbub of the younger years. Your flats will be a place of solace and study, the new Sixth Form Centre for socialisation and the classroom for university-style debate and learning.
This is Farnborough Hill, but not quite as you may know it.
Explore the difference for yourself.
Recent Sixth Form News
Giorgia (L6WIN) looks back on the Junior Leadership Training Day, including a leadership coaching session with Old Girl, Julie Watkinson.
The Sixth Form Induction Day on Monday 26 June was an exciting and fun-packed event for Year 11 after the intensity of GCSEs and the joy of the Year 11 Prom the weekend before.
JUNIOR LEADERSHIP BLOG
It is undeniable that this term has been a great opportunity to showcase the important and unique contributions that each pupil has made to the life of the School.
'Every new beginning comes from other beginning's end'
We must remember to learn from the past, make the most of the present, and eagerly anticipate the future as there is always something to look forward to.