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Fyling Hall Pupils Say Hi De Hi!

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On Thursday 7th November, at 7.30 pm, many of our former 6th form pupils will use their dramatic and musical skills to take part in a performance of Hi De Hi at the Whitby Pavilion. We are very proud of the theatrical and musical education that we provide our pupils here at Fyling Hall – the […]

Poppies in Peace

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A local arts organiser has been awarded grant funding for an exciting community-engagement project based in Pickering this autumn.  And who might this local arts organiser be?  She happens to be our very own Ms Goodwin! Ms Goodwin applied for an Arts Council National Lottery Project Grant to run ‘Poppies in Peace’, a commemorative exhibition of children’s […]

Harry Hartley Stick Challenge

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What are you up to this weekend?  We take this opportunity to focus on Harry Hartley’s plans.  Harry is in Year 7 and joined FHS this term. This is his and his parents’ story. . . . Harry was diagnosed with Acute Lymphoblastic Leukaemia in April 2012. He was four years old. It turned our world […]

English is English?

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In honour of the Royal Visit down under some of our Junior School students debate the Australian vs British English … it’s a two parter . . . be sure to click both and enjoy!! 😉

Musicport Update

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Musicport at Fylling Hall is in full swing! Yesterday saw our all-day art workshop for targeted students chosen as a reward for their continued attitude or performance within the subject.  Two artists led our children on a musical art adventure!  Students created some of the models to be featured in the opening parade and on the […]

The Big Fruit Debate

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We all love a good snack, right? And it’s even better when that snack is healthy, such as a piece of fruit. It gives you a great boost of energy, and can get you through to lunch on a busy day. This is why I think that fruit is a perfect break food. It’s so […]

A Day in the Life of a … House Master

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Everyone who works at Fyling Hall realistically has only one job: to make the pupils in their care feel comfortable and happy. After all, ‘the days that make us happy make us wise.’ While this goal can be achieved in our classrooms, during breaktime and through afterschool activities, the pupils who are at the heart […]

A Day in the Life of a . . . Matron

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Hello everyone, well I had better introduce myself. My name is Emma Anders, I am a Matron and I have the privilege of looking after a house full of lovely girls between the ages of 10 & 18.  When I have to tell people what my job description is I do get the odd comment […]

World Mental Health Day

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What an acknowledgement of World Mental Health Day! In just under ten minutes yesterday’s assembly . . . -Let our young people know that if they are struggling with mental health issues they should talk to someone they trust. -That we as a school take the issue of supporting well-being and mental health importantly. -That […]

Musicport

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Every Autumn Musicport festival brings alive the Whitby Spa Pavilion with an exciting variety of world class acts. It is essentially an indoor music festival, but with a difference. Jim and Sue McLaughlin who take on the mammoth task of organising the event describe their annual festival as ‘a journey through the world of music and more’, […]