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Fern Hill Primary School

Fern Hill Primary School

School Houses

School Houses

We have four houses at Fernhill Primary School.

Did you know ?

In Anglo Saxon times, Kingston was part of King Edward the Confessor’s farm.  He had three fisheries on the River Thames here.  That is why there are three fish on the Royal Borough of Kingston upon Thames logo.

“Do you want chips with that fish?”

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King Henry VIII introduced deer into Richmond Park in 1529 so he could hunt them for a bit of fun....

Today there are 345 red deer and 315 fallow deer in the Park:

FENTON ! Come back ! NOWWW !”

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In Tudor times, Henry VIII extended Hampton Court Palace to make it his dream home.  There were one thousand people in his Court and he needed a big Palace for them all.

“ Oy!  I’ll see you in Court, mate ! ”

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In the 1800’s, Coombe was a wild and windswept wood filled with gnarled oaks. It was the favoured haunt of the legendary Highwayman,

 Jerry Abershaw: 

“Stand and deliver!”

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