It’s time for a celebration! The 2019-20 Academic Year will draw to a close on Saturday, 4th July. Please join us for a morning of celebrating those who have gone above and beyond and being part of Fyling Hall’s community.

End of Year Exhibition

The gallery will open at 09.30.

Welcome to Fyling Hall Art Studio’s our end of year Exhibition, our second virtual tour gallery.

As Head of Art, I wanted to make sure that the work created by this year’s Y11 students was showcased in the same way that that it is every year. The idea started there and soon it became much bigger than that. It’s very important that visual work can be seen by people in whatever format we can utilise.  It builds believe and esteem. Something we thrive on at Fyling Hall School. I’m very proud of all the students who have submitted their work, and they should be proud of their work and their efforts too.” – Ms Mansfield 

From all of the Art Leaders and Art Studio staff thank you for viewing our amazing work.

Daisy Hardy Competition

At 10.00, the winners of this year’s Daisy Hardy Competition will be revealed. Entrants did not make it easy for this year’s judges Mr Thomas, Mrs Milner or Mrs Jeeves. In the words of Mr Thomas, Head of English, “the quality and the calibre all the recitals we received have far surpassed anything we could have hoped for, so thank you everybody who has entered.”


Prizegiving commences at 10.30. This is more than “a ceremony where prizes are awarded to pupils who have produced a very high standard of work”. In the words of our Headmaster, Steven Allen, “it is a day of celebration and being part of Fyling Hall’s community. It is an opportunity to reflect and yes, to reward those who have gone above and beyond . . . staff, parents and most importantly, our pupils.”

Rise Up

Rise Up is a truly collaborative piece . . . a compilation of photos and videos inspired by Rising Up during Lockdown, accompanied by the school choir organised by Miss Johnson, Fyling Hall’s Head of Music. Thank you to all of our contributors including current Fyling Hall students and staff, alumni, former staff, friends and family, with special thanks to Paul Whittaker for his hours and hours of editing. This piece is a true labour of love!  

We also give a special shout out to our Junior School pupil, Evie. The Coronavirus has impacted everybody in the world, but Evie has another battle on her hands. During the Coronavirus lock-down Evie was diagnosed with Severe Aplastic Anaemia, a very rare and serious condition. The only cure is a bone marrow transplant which is scheduled for August. We are so proud of her determination and send her and her family our love and support ?

If you would like to help, please contact the DKMS Foundation or The Aplastic Anaemia Trust.

Share your celebration

Why not gather for our traditional close of the year with friends and family . . . appropriately socially distanced, of course. Fancy getting dressed for the occasion? Why not? Send us your selfies! Or hashtag us with #FHSCelebration

Enjoy the celebrations!