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  • Students present £300 cheque to help city farm


    Y8 students collectively raise £300 to help St Werburgh's City Farm in its hour of need

  • Laying down roots in symbolic ceremony


    Year 7 students have been laying down roots by planting fruit trees with their tutor groups

  • GCSEs: FHS sees some strong results


    FHS sees strong GCSE results in 2018, with 58.7% of students achieving a grade 4 or above in English and maths

     
  • Core Skills Day - from the eyes of students


    Our students impressed the masses, when they took control of social media and, by doing so, brushed up on their journalism skills 

  • Inspirational Mags Patten visits FHS


    We were delighted to welcome Mags Patten to share her unique insight and spark inspiration amongst our Year 10 audience

     

  • Bristol Post Education Awards


    Well done to Mr Hickey who was recently shortlisted for Bristol Post Education Award's Teacher of the Year (Secondary) 

     
  • Lord Mayor Lake visits FHS


    We were privileged to receive a visit from Lord Mayor Lake – the 11th woman in the 800 Mayor legacy - to speak & inspire Y10 students 

  • Feathers McGraw has taken shape!


    Sponsored by Burges Salmon, Y6 & 7 students created a multi-cultural Feathers McGraw, with the theme 'Secondary School Transition'

     

  • Let's Ride - 8th July


    Info on registering for Let’s Ride Bristol FREE family cycling event & designing a prize-winning bike!

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