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Our Awesome Athletes
It was a glorious afternoon for the first athletics meeting of the summer term at Yateley Manor School. Competing against four other schools (Daneshill, The Abbey, Eagle House and Yateley Manor), Farleigh’s team of 56 athletes from Year 3 to Year 8 put on a strong and determined performance, many ...
We've gone Cricket Crazy!
Traditionally, cricket at Farleigh has largely fallen into the boys’ domain. Last year, the girls were also introduced to the sport and this year we have stepped up another gear as all girls are playing cricket alongside rounders and tennis. We have been ‘bowled over’ by the enthusiasm shown by both ...
Jazz Tour to Lancashire
Thundering Herd, Farleigh's Big Band, has been entertaining the Farleigh community for as long as most of us can remember, and it has seen many a talented Farleigh jazz musician rise through its ranks. This year, at the annual Swing into Spring Jazz dinner evening, it took on one of its most ambitious challenges ...
Open Heart Surgery
There was a distinct smell in the air when Year 7 welcomed Operating Theatre Live back to Farleigh! Dressed in surgical gowns, pupils learned about the workings of an operating theatre, from disinfecting the patient and administering an anaesthetic, ensuring nothing touched the sterilised equipment, to examining the nervous and ...
Slugs and Snails
As part of the science topic ‘Living things and their Environments’, Year 4 headed to Blashford Lakes on Tuesday for a day of pond dipping, river sampling and woodland observation. Pond life included water boatmen, newts and snails; in the river, pupils were delighted to find baby trout and bullhead ...
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