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  • Highfield South Farnham Primary School
    Weydon Lane
    GU9 8QH
  • Head: Sir Andrew Carter
  • T 01252 721079
  • F 01252 734 870
  • E Info@highfield…
  • W www.highfield-…
  • A mainstream state school for pupils aged from 3 to 11
  • Boarding: No
  • Local authority: Surrey
  • Religion: Does not apply

What the parents say...

My daughter has attended this school for the last four years, she growing up to be a happy confident young lady who enjoys all aspects of school life which includes after school clubs, she even comes home excited when she attends lunch time maths lesson not because she has too because she wants too ! Her year four teacher understands my daughter and encourages her to excel in all she does. I also help out with the ptfa which I enjoy very much and they have a great team not just in raising money for the school but encourages the child teacher family bond which is going from strength to strength.

Commented on 10th Feb 2016

Lovely school, great teaching, happy pupils. My son has been at this school since Reception and has always been very happy. The teaching has gone from strength to strength since he started and the staff are wonderfully supportive of the pupils and their families.

Commented on 15th Jan 2016

The children settled in so quickly as the school has such a warm and friendly atmosphere. It's lovely that they can't wait to go in each day and feel completely involved and very proud of their school. All the children across the year groups know each others names and the older ones look out for the younger kids too. The children all show respect to their teachers and head and the zero tolerance policy on bad behaviour means they know where they stand. I love that the head makes an effort to visit every class each day so knows what's going on with the teaching and knows all the children individually. He's also at the gates morning and afternoon so parents can speak to him and ask any questions. The school has gorgeous grounds which the children can explore during their break and lunchtime and also when they are in class as the teachers make fully use of the facitilies. The speed of learning also seems fast as well as fun and the children are all given work to stretch them but in an interesting and accessable way. I can't believe the progress they have made since starting and there is specialised help for any weak areas so no one is left behind. There is a brilliant child-teacher ratio. Overall I could think of a more wonderful place for my children to spend their primary years and feel lucky they will flourish and achieve their very best in such a safe, family-like environment.

Commented on 11th Nov 2015

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