Guildford high or Farnborough Hill...?

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bd25 Fri 04-Jan-19 11:21:53

is there anybody who can share their views on both of the above schools.
DD sitting for exams the both of them but we as Parents are torn between the schools.
any personal views / experiences on both the schools would be of a great help
thanks in dvance

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cloudtree Fri 04-Jan-19 11:26:24

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cloudtree Fri 04-Jan-19 11:27:09

Not that there is any guarantee that it wouldn't be an issue in the other local schools of course.

bd25 Fri 04-Jan-19 11:59:41

hi cloudtree, no I do not
can you pls guide me how to go about it
thanks

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Aethelthryth Fri 04-Jan-19 12:07:10

Guildford High is straightforwardly for the academic high flyer: it only takes in the who are very bright and, predictably, turns out results to match.

Farnborough Hill takes in a much wider range of abilities (although all average or above) and prides itself in doing the very best for each girl. For a bright girl that may mean Oxbridge or medicine and for a less bright girl that may mean something vocational; but the aim in both cases will be to make sure that she has achieved her potential and been very happy while doing so. The school has a very warm community ethos and the new head is very strong. Horrible green stripes are about to be replaced by very attractive new uniform

bd25 Fri 04-Jan-19 13:01:16

@atthelthryth

True that about GHS... fortunately DD is on the brighter side...
but the points you mentioned is exactly the reason I like FH...
Hopi g to now make the right decision for DD🤞
Thanks

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Teacakesandcoffee01 Fri 04-Jan-19 21:51:41

Once you get through the exam process you will have a much clearer idea.

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Aethelthryth Sat 05-Jan-19 06:42:06

bd25
Difficult one. Guildford will feel like the less "risky" option; but I have seen at close hand how well FH nurtures the very bright girls- it's a very stimulating environment

Tigresswoods Sat 05-Jan-19 06:56:59

@cloudtree Wtf?

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