on the outskirts of Horsham in 33 acres of beautiful parkland.
Recent ISI Inspection Report (Jan 2011) Farlington was rated excellent/outstanding in every standard.
Girls participate in a huge range of extra-curricular activities.
Farlington ethos is to develop the confidence of every girl enabling her to reach her full potential.
Farlington has an all-weather pitch with floodlights, tennis courts and a heated swimming pool.
Farlington offers means tested bursaries up to 100% of tuition fees from Year 5 upwards.
Academic, Art, Drama, Music and Sport Scholarships are available at three points of entry in the Senior School – Year 7, Year 9 and Sixth Form.
Excellent academic results.
Farlington follows the National Curriculum with far greater depth and broader subject range.
At GCSE girls follow core subjects and choose from a further 12 options.
Farlington follows IGSCE for Maths and Science.
In the Sixth Form girls take the AQA Baccalaureate, most take 4 AS levels and 3 A2’s.
Extended Project Qualification is available.
In 2011 all girls got onto the course of their first choice at university.
EAL programme for foreign students, leading to all levels of examination.
Small family run boarding house with a mix of dormitories,double and single rooms.
Farlington School aims to educate for confidence. We see the pupils as unique and aim to foster individuality. We wish the pupils to be happy, to succeed and flourish. Each pupil is known and provided with substantial opportunities. Neither anonymity nor mediocrity is seen to be an option here. Pupils are confident, well-rounded individuals who show a keen interest in the non-material dimensions of life. They have well developed social skills and exercise designated responsibilities conscientiously. As a result of exceptional guidance, pupils exhibit outstanding personal development and achieve excellent results
Year: 5 & 6: English/ Maths/ Head's Report Years 7-10: English/ Maths/ Science/ Head's Report/ Verbal Reasoning for entry to years 7 -9 Year 11: English (higher level)/ Maths/ Science/ Head's Report Year 12: English (higher level)/ Head's Report/ 6 GCSE's at grade C and above dependent on A Level choices