Farnham Heath End School
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|DfE URN||139486 Tables|
|Ofsted||Reports Pre-academy reports|
In April 2013 the school gained Specialist Mathematics and Computing College status. The school also has "Healthy School" status and is also accredited as an "Investor in People". It is on a rising roll and in February 2011 was rated by Ofsted as a "Satisfactory" school. The initial part of the report stated:
Farnham Heath End School is providing a satisfactory and improving quality of education. The many strengths in teaching contribute to it being good overall.
When Ofsted visited the school in 2012, they marked it as a "Good" school, improving on the previous standard.
On 11 February 2011 the school management became embroiled in controversy as they informed parents of the death of a pupil during a PE lesson by text message.
|Nick Phillips||Head teacher|
|Shirley Austin||Deputy Head Teacher|
|Leigh Cole||Assistant Head Teacher|
|Julia Fairhurst||Assistant Head Teacher|
|Jack Marsh||Assistant Head Teacher|
|Name||Colour||Named After||Head of House|
|Austen||Green||Jane Austen||Mr Ian Maynard|
|Owens||Blue||Jesse Owens||Mr Peter Hyland|
|Brunel||Purple||Isambard Kingdom Brunel||Ms Joanne Carpenter|
|Nightingale||Red||Florence Nightingale||Ms Bethany Lawson|
Houses were introduced in 2008
Notable alumni of the school include Carole Hersee who holds the longest television appearance in history at 70,000 hours, Joel Freeland, a professional basketball player and Kylie Grimes a paralympic wheel-chair rugby player, and Jann Turner author of Heartland and Southern Cross, who was Head Girl c. 1980.
- "Headteacher's Welcome".
- http://www.ofsted.gov.uk/provider/files/1967681/urn/125248.pdf Ofsted Report
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