Ways of Seeing Conference
Sixth Formers attend 'Ways of Seeing' Conference at the British Museum
Day of Languages
A House language and cultural knowledge quiz was held in H5.
Rotary Public Speaking Competition
Farlington's Senior Team wins the Horsham Rotary Club's Public Speaking competition.
Christmas Fair 2013
Farlington PTA Christmas Gift Fair was a great success
Tickets for Treasure Island on 27th-29th November now available.
‘Pastoral care and guidance are excellent and make a very positive contribution to pupils’ personal development and their overall achievement’ ISI Inspection Report 2010
Pastoral care continues to be a very strong feature of the Sixth Form. You will be allocated a personal tutor, who plays a pivotal role in guiding you through these challenging two years. The tutors work closely with all of the students; this begins with Induction Day which takes place at the beginning of the Lower Sixth. The tutor group takes part in activities where you learn about yourself and each other. Throughout the two years, you will be encouraged to work as a Sixth Form team and various activities, such as running your own company and Gold Duke of Edinburgh, are organised to reinforce this. You will meet with the tutors twice a day which provides an opportunity for you to chat informally. The structured Lifeskills programme takes place in timetabled lessons, and is extremely varied and covers a wide range of topics, from volunteer work to cooking economically for yourself and how to change a car wheel.
This is an important stage in your academic career. Your aim will be to plan the next step in your life whilst achieving the A level grades you need and developing the life and study skills you will need when you get there. At Farlington, you will be given the opportunity to try new things, learn about yourself and others, work as a team and take the initiative, often in a leadership role. You will be ready to move on, and we will be there to help you succeed.