The family school where
individuals succeed

We believe in family values. Our supportive friendly environment creates a positive attitude, mutual respect and a desire to succeed.

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Ffynone House results are consistently outstanding across all subjects. Estyn Inspectors reported:

“Pupils achieve extremely high standards across the school with outstanding GCSE outcomes when compared with those of other schools, both in the independent and maintained sectors … Teachers’ extensive subject knowledge, detailed exposition, and the high levels of mutual respect between teachers and pupils, contribute significantly to engaging pupils and enables them to make particularly good progress.”

We also firmly believe there is much to learn and enjoy beyond the classroom. Ffynone House offers a range of creative, cultural, sporting and adventurous opportunities that build confidence and leadership, in an atmosphere where pupils from a variety of backgrounds feel secure and equally valued.

Ffynone House School is a non-selective independent secondary school for boys and girls aged 11-18. To book your personal tour or taster day, or order a copy of our prospectus, telephone 01792 464967, or email

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Ffynone House School team building day with RIPNROCK at Rhossili

Adventure & team-building at Rhossili

Year 8 students had beautiful weather and perfect conditions for their exhilarating outdoor adventure and team-building day at Rhossili. Pupils fully embraced the opportunity for surfing, abseiling & climbing sessions, with a series of team challenges to finish the day.

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Tennis Academy

A joint tennis and education scholarship, for aspiring tennis players aged between 11 and 18, enables students to successfully combine the demands of tennis coaching and academic studies in one package.

Tennis Academy

Performing Arts

Pursue your passion for performing arts at the school with a longstanding tradition of performance, public speaking and music


"All pupils feel valued as members of the school community and there is a strong sense of mutual respect between pupils and staff" ESTYN INSPECTION REPORT