Farlingaye High School

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Farlingaye High School
Established 1950s
Type Academy
Headteacher Dr Andy Sievewright[1]
Location Ransom Road
IP12 4JX
Coordinates: 52°06′02″N 1°18′15″E / 52.100552°N 1.304097°E / 52.100552; 1.304097
DfE number 935/4076
DfE URN 136834 Tables
Ofsted Reports
Gender Coeducational
Ages 11–18
Website www.farlingaye.suffolk.sch.uk

Farlingaye High School is a co-educational secondary school and sixth form with academy status located in Woodbridge, Suffolk, England.

Previously a community school administered by Suffolk County Council, Farlingaye High School converted to academy status on 1 July 2011. However the school continues to coordinate with Suffolk County Council for admissions.

The catchment area for the School draws students from a wide area of nearby countryside, including the entire Sandlings peninsula, as well as the town of Woodbridge.[2]

The school consists of "blocks" (detached buildings in most cases) dedicated to different subject families. Most are named after local rivers formally, but the practice is disused.

The school uniform consists of a light blue shirt for boys, a light blue blouse for girls. The school sports colours are also blue.