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Falcons and Peregrines Welcome Back All Pupils

29th June 20

After initially reopening on the 1st June 2020 for Nursery, Reception, Year 1 and 6, we were excited…

Going For Gold: A Virtual Falcons Sports Day

2nd June 20

I was delighted to wake up on Thursday morning and see the sun shining—the perfect Sports Day weather….

Falcons Girl Raises £600 for NHS and FiSH

14th May 20

One of our Year 5 girls has been running her own Bring & Buy Sale on the driveway…

Pupils From Falcons School for Girls Produce Crucial PPE

1st May 20

Falcons School for Girls has joined forces with other local schools to meet the shortfall of personal protective…

Falcons and Peregrines rated ‘Excellent’ by ISI – March 2020

27th April 20

Falcons School for Girls and Peregrines Nursery are pleased to announce that following an inspection in March 2020,…

Working In The Cloud With Rainbows

30th March 20

Congratulations to Nightingale who won the House Cup this term with a total of 1252 house points! Their…

Five Reasons To Choose Peregrines Nursery

25th March 20

Expanding to take boys and girls aged two to four from September 2020, what can Peregrines Nursery offer…

Peregrines and Falcons Keep The Spirit Alive

23rd March 20

On Sunday 15th March, Falcons Girls joined forces with local schools and the Barnes community adult choir, Sing…

Falcons Skip Ahead For Sport Relief

16th March 20

On Friday 6th March, Falcons Girls took eight Year 5 and 6 finalists from our internal Latin Reading…

The Story Of World Book Week At Peregrines And Falcons

9th March 20

A Visit From Craig Jenkins, Storyteller “On Tuesday, for World Book Week, a storyteller came in and told…

Admissions to Falcons School for Girls

Small class sizes on spacious premises

If you are interested in a September 2020 place and you would like a tour of the school over the summer holidays, please email admissions@falconsgirls.co.uk and we will be in touch.


Rated ‘Excellent’ by ISI in March 2020

“Pupils display exceptional attitudes towards learning”

“Pupils are highly proficient communicators for their age”

Click here to read the full ISI report