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BESPOKE CHALLENGE AND SUPPORT

At Farlington, our aim is to enhance a pupil’s ability to learn, offering a curriculum that will be accessible and challenging to all.

The Learning Support and Challenge Department acknowledges that each pupil is unique and so supports a tailored programme of study suited to the needs of the individual. The personal development of each pupil is also considered important and all members of staff are responsible for nurturing this aspect of school life.

If you have any queries about Learning Support or Challenge at Farlington, or would like to talk to a member of staff about your child, please contact our Head of Learning Support and Challenge Mrs Macfarlane via email

 

School Facts

Top A-Level School West Sussex

Top A-Level School West Sussex

Smaller Schools League Table August 2018
Top 100 Independent  Preparatory Schools*

Top 100 Independent Preparatory Schools*

*The Sunday Times Parent Power Survey November 2018
Top 20 Sixth Form 2017/18

Top 20 Sixth Form 2017/18

Based on A-Level Value Added data in the Government School Performance Tables, January 2019
Shortlisted for Prep School of the Year 2018*

Shortlisted for Prep School of the Year 2018*

*Independent School Parent Magazine
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@Farlington_Sch · October 20
Geographers Ben & Varsha think you should know about Carolyn Finney, a cultural geographer who spreads awareness of how privilege dictates whose voice is heard when determining policy and action on environmental issues https://t.co/AYzJHtcmbB https://t.co/zrbpXB4tym
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@Farlington_Sch Retweeted @BlvueGroup · October 20
Congratulations to , part of the , on being awarded the Secondary Geography Quality Mark! https://t.co/PGwlAl2wDQ https://t.co/HW2aYG9qhD
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@Farlington_Sch · October 19
During before the Summer, learnt about . As a treat before , they finally got "hands-on" with the process and ignited bubbles of gas on their palms #çhemistry https://t.co/o0FrZJyvVp
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@Farlington_Sch · October 19
In the absence of trips, students have been taking advantage of . Read Mia's review of &'s "Last Days of Anne Boleyn" https://t.co/ujPALVXTow
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@Farlington_Sch · October 19
Mrs Newell says ‘I would like you to know about Dr John Sentamu. He was the Church of England’s first black Archbishop. He came to Britain in 1973 as a refugee from Idi Amin's regime in Uganda’ Read more here: https://t.co/lTOr24yDng
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@Farlington_Sch · October 16
Mrs Newell thinks you should know about Angela Davis, an American political activist, philosopher, academic, author, Black Panther and Communist party member, who was included in Time magazine 's 100 Most Influential People of 2020 https://t.co/yeZgTWar9U
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@Farlington_Sch · October 13
People you should know about Mr Smith: “I think you should know about Wangari Maathai, the first African woman to win the Nobel Peace Prize, awarded for her social, economic and environmental activism. You can read more at https://t.co/Z8MaaybytK https://t.co/N3nYDwYVjK
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@Farlington_Sch · October 12
I think you should know about Barbara Beese, a British activist, writer and former Black Panther member, most notable for her arrest as part of the Mangrove Nine during a riot at the famous Mangrove restaurant in Notting Hill. https://t.co/mjo5IFQeAI (Zaria) https://t.co/qk4CCq0x7s
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@Farlington_Sch · October 9
Meet James Baldwin, an American poet and writer who explored themes of sexuality, race & class in the west. His characters filled a literary gap, and his work discusses thoughts and feelings around gender, discrimination & sexuality’ https://t.co/xQQRpArFhm
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@Farlington_Sch Retweeted @Farlington_Head · October 9
⁦A small selection from the ⁦⁩ harvest collection for the Horsham food bank. ⁦ https://t.co/wflQstvdYl
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@Farlington_Sch · October 8
Zaria says: You should know about Malcom X a "radical" Muslim minister at the forefront of the civil rights movement. He spent much of his time trying to navigate the changing philosophy of religion and race https://t.co/T36HBxcEnX
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@Farlington_Sch · October 6
#5 Mr Cronin: Bayard Rustin was grassroots activist in New York, whose importance to the civil rights movement is understated and worth more attention - plus his part in campaigning for gay rights in the USA https://t.co/PiY9tbXjvi https://t.co/HDL63K2WD7
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