Hallfield School A GSG School
- Hallfield School
48 Church Road
- Head: Mr Outwin-Flinders
- T 01214 541496
- F 01214 549182
- E firstname.lastname@example.org
- W www.hallfieldschool.co.uk
- A mainstream independent school for pupils aged to 11
- Boarding: No
- Local authority: Birmingham
- Pupils: 565
- Religion: Church of England
- Fees: £8,592 - £12,036 pa
- Open days: Open mornings: February, May and October.
- Review: View The Good Schools Guide Review
- ISI report: View the ISI report
What The Good Schools Guide says..
The head writes welcome cards for each of the new arrivals during their first week. This, though, can hardly compare to the excitement sparked by the gift of a teddy bear (The Hallfield Bear) to all reception children… For a...
Thank the school
Parents and pupils often have cause to acknowledge the help and support they have received from their schools, for example in helping in the choice of further education or careers. "Say thank you" allows you to send a quick note of appreciation to the school in general or to an individual teacher.
This is a thank you to your school, teacher or careers adviser who helped you to get where you are now.
Please fill in the fields below, which we will transform into a letter of thanks from you to them.
What The Good Schools Guide saysThe head writes welcome cards for each of the new arrivals during their first week. This, though, can hardly compare to the excitement sparked by the gift of a teddy bear (The Hallfield Bear) to all reception children… For a school so close to the centre of Birmingham, it is good to see that the playing fields are so extensive. This enables the school to run many teams in football, rugby and cricket for the boys (twice in the last three years the footballers have reached the national finals, played at St George’s, England’s headquarters) whilst the girls – known as The Vixens – form a similar number ...
Since 2012, Roger Outwin-Flinders – a sparkling 50-something. Intuitive and incisive, he grew up in Lowestoft, the most easterly town in the nation, where he 'could see...