We are extremely proud of
the achievements of our
school and it's learners
and hope by visiting our
website you will learn more
about our school, our

successes and our
wonderful community.

We were extremely proud of our outstanding record of achievement at the end of KS2 and our recent fantastic OUTSTANDING OFSTED. Our community provides a place in which our children are secure, respected, valued and above all else happy because we believe these are the essential ingredients for effective learning to take place. We strive for success for our learners in all aspects of their lives. We all aim to be the best we can be ! We provide opportunities to excel academically, socially and in a wide range of enrichment and extra curricular activities. We believe excellence can best be achieved through working in partnership with our learners, parents / carers and their families, staff, governors and local community. By working together we ensure every child has a happy and successful time at Fair Furlong.

We hope you find our site helpful and informative and always welcome your feedback.

Emma Drew : Headteacher

Please click here to view our latest OFSTED report (June 2015)

Please click here for our statement re promoting British Values

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Latest Fair Furlong 2015/2016 Events

Phase 3 Sports morning04Jul2016

9:00 am - 10:30 am

Phase 2 Sports morning05Jul2016

9:00 am - 10:30 am

Phase 1 Sports morning06Jul2016

9:00 am - 10:30 am

Reports Home07Jul2016


World Day / Open Day18Jul2016

Year 6 Leavers Event19Jul2016

6:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Year 6 trip20Jul2016

End of Term 621Jul2016


Calendars page(s): Fair Furlong 2015/2016 >>

Pupils at Fair Furlong will be holding a Referendum. The vote will take place on Friday 24th June 2016. Pupils will be asked the question 'Should 11 year olds be allowed to vote?' 

Please click here for our
No Campaign

Please click here for our
Yes Campaign

More info to follow

HEALTHY AND SAFE WEEK JUNE 2016 - This week has been our annual healthy and safe week at Fair Furlong School. The children have been learning all about what will keep them healthy and safe, including dental hygiene, cycling proficiency, first aid, visiting allotments, nutritional cooking, the body explorer dome and life skills. All the children have taken part in PE enrichment activities, as well as charity events, such as a danceathon and an “unusual” sports day, to raise money for our nominated school charity this term – NSPCC.  We are pleased to say that we have raised an amazing £356 for this charity – many thanks to all the parents who have contributed.  Please see some of our photos below