A Warm Welcome

Welcome to Fareham Academy. We have high aspirations for all of our students, and following another successful year of examination results, we are continuing our drive to become an Outstanding School where rapid and sustained progress is made.

“Every day is open day” and prospective parents are welcome to visit our Academy to see how we continue to ensure that all our students perform exceptionally well.

I look forward to welcoming you to our school.



Year 2 Wallisdean Visit

On Monday (17th November) we were delighted to welcome the year 2 students from Wallisdean Infant School to Fareham Academy to take part in an iPad activity session led by Mr. Griffiths and Mr. Patel. The students worked through an e-book on the ipad based on the topic “foxes”. Thank You to everyone who helped put this together, the students thoroughly enjoyed it. If you would like to take a look at the activity book used in the session, click the following link: http://online.fliphtml5.com/xtbi/bgux/#p=1

Year 7 Parents Literacy Drop In

There will be a Year 7 parents literacy drop in session on Wednesday 5th November  between  5pm and 6pm in the English Department.

Literacy teachers will be available to discuss any of the following areas :


  • Supporting your child at home with writing
  • Strategies to improve reading
  • Spelling strategies
  • Using discussion as an aid to learning
  • Improving handwriting


If you would like to attend please can you email s.ashley@fareham-academy.co.uk to confirm your attendance

Year 11 Study Leave

Year 11 will not be on study leave. They are expected to be in school until their last examination.

Until May half term, all students are to go to their normal lessons. If they have completed their controlled assessment and if they have taken their exam for a subject, they still attend the lesson and will work independently revising for their exams. It is important that students bring in their revision notes/packs with them at all times.

After May half term, students will continue to attend the lessons for which they have not taken the exam. If they have taken the exam for a particular subject and if this subject is no longer relevant, students will be expected to go to the LRC where they will be supervised and be able to revise for the subjects for which they still have exams.

Note that the Maths department will be putting on extra Maths workshops. Dates will be available nearer to the time.

Sport Relief 2014

We raised £1063.60 in total for Sports Relief. Well done to everyone that took part and all your hard work at raising the money.