A PROGRESSIVE DAY & BOARDING SCHOOL FOR STUDENTS FROM THE AGE OF 3 TO 18
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WHO WE ARE OUR APPROACH TO LEARNING A CREATIVE EDUCATION OUTDOOR EDUCATION SPORTS & PE OUR JUNIOR SCHOOL OUR SIXTH FORM BOARDING HOUSES GET IN TOUCH Click to navigate
Today, I feel passionately that I and my staff should continue that tradition. That our progressive ideals are as relevant (if not more so) today as in the 1920s. I believe it would be all too easy to sell my school, which is not selective in the traditional sense, on the basis of its very good exam results. What we are providing is something far more valuable for the developing individual in an ever-changing world. When I took over the reins at Frensham Heights, I was aware that I was stepping into a role steeped in tradition – not a tradition of uniforms, authority and strict rules, but one of progressivism, of doing things differently and being proud of it. Frensham Heights nestles in 100 acres of rolling Surrey Hills, a rare and stunning location which our founders knew would allow the youngsters in their care to develop at their own pace and to become the free-thinkers and inquiring minds of the future. They were aiming for a truly rounded academic education, one that acknowledged that there was far more to developing a successful human being than fact-feeding. It is an ethos which has served the school well – generations of successful Frenshamians are testimony to that. And it is an ethos of which I am now the proud custodian.public school education. As I approach the end of my first year here, I am struck by how the lessons of progressivism seem more relevant today than ever before. than fact-feeding. It is an ethos which has served the school well – generations of successful Frenshamians are testimony to that.
And it is an ethos of which I am now the proud custodian. As I approach the end of my first year here, I am struck by how the lessons of progressivism seem more relevant today than ever before. Our curriculum takes children to Scotland for three weeks in Year 9 – away from modern conveniences and technology. The students themselves call it life-changing. We have aspiring engineers learning alongside ambitious dancers. We are inclusive, not exclusive. Whether it is on stage at the Edinburgh Fringe or coping with challenging weather at Everest Base Camp, we enable our students to discover what it is that makes them tick. It is what we do – and, I believe, do well. When I first visited Frensham Heights two years ago, I was struck by how the school felt different to any other I knew. With its emphasis on the outdoors and freedom, its spirit of openness, it felt closer to my South African roots than any of the other UK independent schools where I have taught. I know that every school will claim there is a little bit of magic about what it does, but with Frensham that special atmosphere is tangible from the moment you pass through its doors. There is a warmth about this community: everyone addresses each other by first names, and there is no uniform. It is an environment built on respect that is earned, not demanded. No wonder visitors describe it as a breath of fresh air.
Rick Clarke, Head of Frensham Heights THIS IS AN EXCERPT FROM RICK’S ARTICLE WHICH APPEARED IN THE AUGUST 2019 EDITION OF CONFERENCE AND COMMON ROOM MAGAZINE
A WORD FROM RICK, OUR HEAD
A WORD FROM RICK, OUR HEAD
FRENSHAM HEIGHTS WAS FOUNDED IN 1925 BY THREE WOMEN WHO WANTED TO CREATE A MODERN RESPONSE TO A RAPIDLY CHANGING WORLD.
ARE WE WHO
WHO WE ARE
WHO WE ARE
“FRENSHAM ALLOWED ME TO FLOURISH” “The unique relationship between teachers and students allowed me to do well in both creative and academic subjects. It benefited me enormously on the academic side of things because it has meant that I am motivated to learn for myself, to think independently rather than simply cram in information and just get the results the school wants.” - Cosmo Lupton, Old Frenshamian
“A FUNDAMENTAL PART OF OUR ETHOS, AND ONE WHICH I COMPLETELY SUPPORT, IS FREEDOM.” “We give children more freedom here than many schools I have worked in, but that does not mean children are entitled to do what they want. With freedom comes responsibility, and we have high expectations of our students.” - Rick, Head
- Mya, Sixth Former
We encourage our students to be great, to be remarkable, to be themselves. By offering a diversity of subjects and giving equal weight to both academic and creative paths, our students can find out where they truly excel. What they truly love. And from that they can go on to make a life, a remarkable life.
WITH REAL ADVENTURE THE UNEXPECTED WILL ALWAYS HAPPEN. IT IS THEN THAT STUDENTS DISCOVER THEIR TRUE STRENGTHS. Our Outdoor Education is intrinsic to our curriculum. Our students can take on Duke of Edinburgh challenges through to overseas ventures, mountaineering and exploring. Whatever the adventure, our aim is to ensure students enjoy the freedom to explore, investigate, experience and take small but significant risks that help them grow into curious and self-aware adults.
WHO WE ARE
WHO WE ARE
“AT FRENSHAM YOU’RE DEFINITELY MORE OF AN INDIVIDUAL THAN YOU ARE A NUMBER. YOU’RE NOT JUST PART OF THE SYSTEM.”
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Having small class sizes allows us to find what makes each student tick. We all grow and develop at different rates. The best reader may struggle at maths. The maths whizz may need more time to grasp a new dance move. Those students that are particularly good at something will be challenged, but they’ll also be encouraged to step out of their comfort zone and try things they find a bit harder. Some students, many students, just don’t learn efficiently using traditional, mainstream methods. We’re not a specialist school, but we’re also not tied to prescribed educational methods, we can find out how they do learn, build their confidence and help them soar ahead.
“NOT HOTHOUSING DOESN’T MEAN THEY CAN’T ACHIEVE HIGHLY.” -Current Parent
OUR APPROACH TO LEARNING
OUR APPROACH TO LEARNING
WE AIM HIGH FOR ALL OUR STUDENTS. WE LOOK BEYOND EXAMS TO INSTILL LIFE SKILLS.
“I arrived at Frensham on a music scholarship and my mind was very streamlined to that. But Frensham allows you to explore yourself as you’re growing up and I quickly realised that music was not what I wanted to pursue. So as I morphed more towards the sciences, I wasn’t held back and told “you have to do your music”. I think maybe at a different school that wouldn’t be allowed.” - Richard Atkinson, Old Frenshamian Systems Design Engineer For A Formula One Team
LEARNING SCIENTISTS. Learning at Frensham is unique and goes beyond what happens in the classroom. However, when we do focus on academic learning, there are some exciting programmes that our students become part of to equip them with the tools they need to take control of their own learning. They can achieve their academic potential and much more. We teach them the skills to learn. We often assume that students innately know how to learn, of course this is not true and often this assumption can lead to unobtainable expectations and underachievement. The Learning Scientists are cognitive psychological scientists interested in research on education. They have six strategies that aid learning which we are gradually rolling out across the school. At Frensham, we know that it is not enough to be good at taking exams, regurgitating information, churning out papers. We need to be able to think like learners, life-long learners to go beyond exams. Each student is different, learns differently. We aim to provide each of them with learning skills and practices that will set them on their individual paths to great careers and, more importantly, great lives.
OUR APPROACH TO LEARNING
OUR APPROACH TO LEARNING
“FRENSHAM DOESN’T NECESSARILY TELL YOU WHAT TO DO; IT TEACHES YOU HOW TO TAKE RESPONSIBILITY FOR YOURSELF.”
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A CREATIVE EDUCATION
A CREATIVE EDUCATION
AT FRENSHAM, WE HAVE ALWAYS TREATED ACADEMIC AND CREATIVE SUBJECTS EQUALLY. Our youngest children to our oldest spend a large part of the week in music, dance, drama, creative arts and design and technology. This is not because we expect all our students to go on to become artists, musicians, dancers - although many do - it is because the creativethinking and soft skills which develop best in these subjects are now more crucial than ever. We are well into an age of computers and robots and we just can’t know what the future will look like, but empathy, resilience, cognitive flexibility, critical thinking and imagination are definitely what will set our children in good stead to find amazing careers and interesting lives. The courage to stand on stage, to paint their dreams, compose their own songs - these are the experiences which will make them stronger, make them individuals and stay with them, no matter what they go on to do.
“THE COMBINATION OF SCIENCE AND CULTURE, TECHNOLOGY AND CREATIVITY IS AN UNBEATABLE ONE.” “Schools like Frensham are uniquely important in that they encourage a kind of exploratory, creative spirit that contributes in a significant way to the economy. We face some significant challenges in the future - automation being one of them. Creative industries are those that are going to be most difficult to replace, to substitute with a robot. ” - Stephen Barrett, Old Frenshamian Architect & Partner At Rsh & Partners
A CREATIVE EDUCATION
A CREATIVE EDUCATION
ENDLESS OPPORTUNITIES. Every child is different, the adults they grow in to will be different. It can be very courageous to be different when youâ€™re a teenager, but at Frensham we aim to instill in our students not just the courage to be themselves but the open-mindness to accept others for who they are. The opportunities to perform are endless. We have two big school productions a year, rock and pop gigs, dance concerts, art exhibitions, informal concerts. All our students are encouraged to take part in some way, learning to lose that fear of standing on stage which terrifies most adults, but is such an amazing skill to have. For those who donâ€™t like being centre stage all the time, there is scenery to be built, lighting and sound to be designed and costumes to be made. The opportunities really are endless.
R DOO OUT ION CAT EDU
Outdoor Education is an intrinsic part of our curriculum from Forest Class for the Junior School through to more challenging adventures for our older children. Our programme for all activities begins with learning the skill set to prepare them for the experiential learning - the real adventures. As practical skills develop and experiences widen, the students also develop massively in confidence, team work and communication. At the heart of the programme is kindness and support - being aware of team members who need help, reaching out to those who may be less confident. It is a place for those children, those young adults, who arenâ€™t traditionally academic, to lead and support. A chance for those children whose courage may not come through in the classroom to really shine.
OUR ACTIVITIES ARE LED BY HIGHLY TRAINED MEMBERS OF OUR OWN STAFF. MANY ACTIVITIES TAKE PLACE AT OUR OWN ON-SITE FACILITIES. CLIMBING ORIENTEERING MOUNTAIN BIKING KAYAKING & SURFING ARCHERY CAMPING HILLWALKING SURVIVAL SKILLS EXPEDITIONS
WITH REAL ADVENTURE THE UNEXPECTED WILL ALWAYS HAPPEN.
Every year our entire Year 9 travels to Knoydart, a peninsula on the west coast of Scotland, for ten days. In small groups, they rotate around three base camps each with its own core purpose: Curriculum, Community and Challenge. For the curriculum aspect, the students are immersed in the local culture, history and language. The second part focuses on community projects - past endeavours have seen the design and construction of an otter hide and the creation of a giant public draughts board. The focus on challenge highlights our outdoor education offering. The students take on kayaking, hillwalking and navigation, mountaineering and survival skills. They begin their preparations for the Bronze Duke of Edinburgh Award. The trip to Knoydart is unique and beneficial in so many ways. It is technology-free. It is far enough from home for a true independence and self-confidence to grow within each child. They step outside their comfort zone, leave teenage stresses behind and are able to really appreciate the beauty of their environment and the relationships they have with friends and teachers.
DUKE OF EDINBURGH AND AHOEC We offer training and support for our students to complete the Duke of Edinburgh Awards through to Gold standard. Participation is voluntary so those students who choose to do this are dedicated and very passionate about outdoor pursuits. Bronze DofE preparation starts in Year 9 at Knoydart with many students going on to achieve their Gold DofE in our Sixth Form. We are the only school in the UK to hold Gold Standard accreditation from The Association of Heads of Outdoor Education Centres.
AN EXPEDITION CULTURE From Forest Class in the Junior School to Venture Days in Years 7 and 8, we are aiming to embed an expedition culture into our children from an early age. We want students to develop the courage to take on risks and step out of their comfort zone as well as the skills, maturity and confidence to do it capably, wisely and kindly. In addition to our core outdoor education trips and activities, we also offer an incredible array of extracurricular opportunities for our students to explore and have life-changing adventures: from surf trips in Cornwall, team-building in the Brecon Beacons, to a once-in-a-lifetime expedition to Everest Base Camp and beyond.
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SPORTS AND PE
SPORTS AND PE
OUR BELIEF IN, AND COMMITMENT TO, ACTIVITIES OUTSIDE THE CLASSROOM WILL, INEVITABLY, LEAD TO FURTHER SUCCESS WITHIN IT. This is why Frensham has always respected the importance of sport and insisted on equal status for Outdoor Education. Our PE and games programme is broad and exciting. PE is compulsory and is taught across the school by dedicated teachers. The syllabus includes traditional games such as cricket, tennis, rounders, football, hockey, swimming, athletics and netball as well as the more alternative sports including karate, fencing and parkour. If a group of students are interested in a sport we donâ€™t currently offer, we will do our best to get the equipment and knowledge and make it happen. We aim to provide sport for all regardless of ability and to motivate students to be active and healthy long into adulthood. Sporting fixtures are arranged with other schools and we take part in local and national league competitions. The aim is to make sport fun so the emphasis is on having a go and building skills through games play, structured practices and, for those who enjoy them, highly competitive matches.
FIXTURES EVERY YEAR
Frensham is perhaps not widely known for sport. Our ethos is non-competitive - or rather we aim to be the best version of ourselves rather than look to others for a benchmark - and that can lead some to believe we donâ€™t value sport. The difference, perhaps, is that we offer sporting opportunities for all, not just the most talented. We offer a bespoke and adaptive curriculum which offers the best provision for our students ensuring engagement and opportunity to nurture talent. We offer traditional competitive sport with over 400 fixtures a year alongside recreational sport to promote healthy and activity lifestyles.We offer academic PE through very popular AQA, GCSE, A-Level and Btec Sport Studies. For all, ultimately hoping to provide a lifelong affinity and involvement in physical activity. Sports is part of our broad curriculum, as equal as all the other parts. We want our students to love sport, love going to matches, win some, lose some and, most importantly, know how to win or lose well.
SPORTS AND PE
SPORTS AND PE
THE LANDSCAPE OF FRENSHAM SPORT HAS CHANGED IN RECENT YEARS.
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That childhood sense of wonder, their huge imaginations and confident creativity are the basis for an amazing life, an amazing world. We believe children should be nurtured and encouraged. Young children are fascinating. Their voices and ideas are inspiring, full of optimism, creativity and openmindedness. Building on a firm basis of mutual respect, our Junior School teachers and children learn together, discuss together and grow together.
DYNAMIC We have a curriculum, a class schedule, a sense of routine just like every school. We study the core subjects. We love reading. We love writing. We love maths. But we also love going a bit off the curriculum sometimes. Our teachers are masters of going with the childled flow, molding the curriculum and the class plan around their interests rather than the other way around. If the children are totally engaged in something then the teachers will expand on it, tie in other subjects, shuffle the next thing to another time. They keep that interest and that spark alive as long as possible. And the result? The children absorb more, remember more and continue to love learning, discussing and discovering. They learn to learn in a richer, more involved way.
WE BELIEVE IN LETTING CHILDREN BE LITTLE FOR LONGER.
They perform on the same stage and all eat together in the same lunch room. From Nursery to Year 3, they have the same specialist teaching in sports, dance, drama, music and languages - from Year 4 upwards, we add in Design & Techology, IT and Art - as the older students. But, we also believe in letting children be little for longer. A big part of that comes through nurturing their natural sense of wonder and their natural inclination to explore. Our Junior School children spend alot of time outdoors. With woods to explore and trees to climb, there’s no reason to be stuck indoors all day. Forest Class is an important part of our curriculum and gives the children a chance to be brave, trying new things, and exploring in new ways. They have energy to burn and adventures waiting to be had, the children really have no idea how lucky they are.
OUR NURSERY AND RECEPTION CHILDREN ARE TAUGHT WITH A METHOD CALLED PLANNING IN THE MOMENT. They haven’t a clue they’re being taught, but little children really are like sponges and they’re learning every second of the day. Through play, through song, through stories. With Planning in the Moment, our quick-thinking Early Years teachers mold the day’s learning around whatever interests the children may bring in with them. The day after bonfire night will probably bring actvities on light and dark (a quick trip to the photography darkroom), hot and cold, shadows, colour, noises, surely with a campfire down at the forest school to top it all off. It’s the kind of education that keeps the children’s spirits alive and burning to learn more. It teaches them that their opinions and interests are important, that their voices, no matter how little, will be heard and most importantly, that school is alot of fun.
THEY MAY BE THE LITTLEST, BUT OUR JUNIOR SCHOOL CHILDREN ARE JUST AS IMPORTANT IN OUR WHOLE SCHOOL COMMUNITY AS THE OLDER STUDENTS.
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In addition to traditional A-Level subjects, we offer our Year 12 students access to a truly unique selection of courses, collectively known as The Edge programme. All these courses offer our students the chance to expand skills from leadership to commercial awareness; from creativity to team work. Choices are wide ranging and include Cooking, Enterprise, Construction and Theatre Lighting.
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“THE SIXTH FORM EXPERIENCE IS AN AMAZING BLEND OF ENCOURAGEMENT AND SUPPORT, CHALLENGE, GUIDANCE AND FREEDOM.” - Hannah, Head Of Sixth Form
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Students follow each course for one period a week over either five or ten weeks, completing their courses by Easter. At the end of each course, their experiences and evidence of the new competencies and skills they have acquired is logged onto the Unifrog platform which provides a formal record for students to refer to when making applications. With no more than five students on each Edge course, our students have every opportunity to grow and demonstrate success in multiple competencies all of which provides a fantastic foundation for employment or Higher Education.
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LIFE AFTER FRENSHAM
We want our students to have a really solid understanding of all their available options, whether that be Higher Education, Apprenticeships or straight into an amazing career. All our Year 12 students have oneto-one meetings with EC careers advisors to discuss their career aspirations and plans for future study. They will also all take part in the careers section of The Edge, which includes extensive use of the Unifrog platform to aid their decision making process. Students are offered a one-week work experience placement during the summer term, in conjunction with the Education Development Trust. All students are also invited to the Careers Networking Evening together with Year 11, preceded by a presentation on networking skills. In addition, Life After Frensham Week is offered to Year 12 students in the summer term.
Frenshamâ€™s Sixth Form is a lively and vibrant part of the school where students are guided and supported through their A-Level exams â€“ and in choosing the right path to the wider world, whether that be Higher Education, a worthwhile gap year or starting out on the career ladder.
VESPA MINDSET In the Sixth Form we are integrating the VESPA programme into student one to one tutorials. VESPA draws together current thinking from psychology, business and sport to inspire, motivate and support students ensuring they achieve their full potential. It aims to cut through the noise surrounding character development to discover common behaviours and characteristics that all students need to be successful. The programme is designed to increase student motivation, engagement and attainment.
We are proud of our Sixth Formers, both academically and in so many other areas. They embody so much of what we aim to achieve: rounded, tolerant, creative, resourceful, curious and respectful individuals. In August 2019, our students achieved an excellent set of results, so much so that all those not taking a gap year realised their first or second choice of university. The sheer breadth of courses is a testament to the flexibility of Frensham and reflects the wonderful kaleidoscope of talents among our Sixth Formers. In the last few years, our students have gone on to many different higher education colleges and universities. The wide range of courses, from Art to Medicine, Drama to Mathematics, English to Physics and Dance to Marine Biology, clearly reflects the wonderful diversity of life at Frensham.
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Hamilton House is home to our youngest boarders in Years 7 to 9. The common areas and kitchen of Hamilton House were refurbished in September 2014. Students and residential staff live, study, socialise and relax together in what feels far more like a family home than a boarding house. Coeducational, like all our boarding houses, boys and girls sleep on separate floors but share common areas for a wide variety of boarding activities - movie and games nights, cookery, yoga and more.
HAMILTON HOUSE: YEARS 7 TO 9
PASTORAL In all our boarding houses, great emphasis is placed on the creation of a caring community which shares a philosophy based on mutual respect, enthusiasm and enjoyment of each otherâ€™s company and achievements. We aim to develop tolerant, friendly attitudes and good personal relationships. We try to minimise the distinction between boarding and day students and we welcome students from different cultural, national or racial backgrounds.
MAIN HOUSE Main House is our coeducational boarding house for students in Years 10 and 11, with girls on one side, boys on the other and common rooms in between. Students are given a bit more freedom and with that more responsibility. All our boarding houses rely on a strong basis of mutual respect.
MAIN HOUSE: YEARS 10 TO 11
Although students have plenty of time to socialise with their fellow boarders, they are really encouraged to spend time and build friendships with day students as well. Within the Frensham community, boarders and day students are very much intermingled. The only difference really being at the end of the day when they go their separate ways - only to meet up again in the morning.
ACTIVITIES All our boarders are offered a huge range of activities both on weekday evenings and on weekends. From movie and games nights to shopping trips and outings to theme parks, our day students are often pleading with their parents to board!
Roberts House is our Sixth Form hub. It is much more than a boarding house as Sixth Form day students also have studies here. Sixth Form notices, social events, study sessions and some classes take place here. It is somewhere students can go during free periods to study and find a bit of peace and quiet. Male and female students have single rooms on separate sides with common rooms in between. Central to Roberts House is Sarah, the matron, who offers a friendly ear, a comforting hug or just a cup of tea when the students need a bit of emotional support.
FREEDOM At Frensham, all students, day and boarding, are given more freedom than at most British private schools. With this freedom comes greater responsibility and self-motivation and underneath it all is a basis of mutual respect. The students are given a voice and a choice and the responsibility to use them wisely. They are given the space and support to find out who they are - their passions, their strengths - and the courage to go on and make a life, not just a living.
ROBERTS HOUSE: SIXTH FORM
“ FROM THE START AT FRENSHAM I COULDN’T HELP PICKING UP A SENSE OF ADVENTURE. IT REALLY WAS AS IF THE WALLS WERE STEEPED IN A SENSE OF EXCITEMENT, OF HAPPINESS AND JOY GONE BEFORE AND A STRONG FEELING OF NEW DISCOVERIES YET TO COME.” David Winter, Old Frenshamian
Frensham Heights is a highly distinctive day and boarding school nestled in the beautiful Surrey Hills. We welcome students from the age of 3 to 18 and we give them the tools to succeed in their education, helping them to extend their abilities and exceed their own expectations. We are located three miles from the beautiful Georgian market town of Farnham, 15 miles from the historic city of Guildford and about an hour from the centre of London.
Frensham Heights, Rowledge Farnham, Surrey GU10 4EA
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