Fernhill School and Language College

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Fernhill School is a mixed comprehensive school for 11- to 16-year-olds located in Farnborough, north-east Hampshire

The school has around 650 students and is a vibrant and exciting place to learn and work. The achievements of students are at the heart of everything they do and they aim to make every day one which contains new and rewarding experiences that will help students to achieve their full potential.

As of April 2016, Fernhill School & Language College has changed its name to simply 'Fernhill School'. This is due to the funding no longer received from the government to be a specialist school.


In 2017 the school had two fires which didn’t have any fatalities one of which the main hall was completely destroyed and the other fire done minor damage to the A-Block boys toilets.

In 2018 any damage had been repaired with the school getting a modern main hall.

Head teacher[edit]

Head master Mr. Peter Collins took over in September 2012.In 2017 Mr. Peter Collins left Fernhill to two co-head teachers Mr. Heard and Mrs Cameron As the old head teacher, Mr. Peter Collins left in 2017, the new head teacher is Mr. Kingswood

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Coordinates: 51°18′55″N 0°46′10″W / 51.3153°N 0.7694°W / 51.3153; -0.7694