Friern Barnet School

Friern Barnet School
Friern Barnet School
Hemington Avenue
London
N11 3LS

Business Type :
School / college / university
Inspection Date :
23 Feb 2018
Inspected by :
Barnet

The rating for this business is made up of the following: (Rotate for detail)
Area inspected by food safety officerStandards found
Hygienic food handlingHygienic food handling
Hygienic handling of food including preparation, cooking, re-heating, cooling and storage
Good
Cleanliness & facilities Cleanliness and condition of facilities and building
Cleanliness and condition of facilities and building (including having appropriate layout, ventilation, hand washing facilities and pest control) to enable good food hygiene
Generally satisfactory
Management of food safetyManagement of food safety
System or checks in place to ensure that food sold or served is safe to eat, evidence that staff know about food safety, and the food safety officer has confidence that standards will be maintained in future
Good

Previous Ratings

27 Jun 2016
06 Dec 2013
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Friern Barnet School is a comprehensive school with approximately 800 students. The school is situated at the end of Hemington Avenue in Friern Barnet, North London. It is a short distance from the former Friern Barnet Town Hall, and 2 other local schools The Compton School and Wren Academy.OverviewIn recent years, the school has undergone a major transformation with the construction of a new technology, sports and drama department.The technology department has a new television to show work from previous years.The school became a Specialist Arts College in Performing Arts in September 2004 and has twice received the Artsmark Gold award.The school has a partnership with Woodhouse College which acts as the sixth form provision. The school also has links with Barnet College.The arrival of Jeremy Turner as Head Teacher in September 2006 has prompted a major change in the running of the school. Further changes to the school are expected over the next few years. In March 2007 the school was named the most improved secondary school in the Borough of Barnet.Several significant changes to the organization of the school have occurred under the leadership of the new head teacher Jeremy Turner who joined in the 2006 academic year. The school increased the number of forms in each year from six to eight in September 2011. This allowed the number of students per form to be reduced from 25 to 20. The school now has six houses: Aldwych, Barbican, Cottesloe, Dominion, Empire and Forum. All of the houses are named after famous Theatres to represent the school's Performing Arts values.
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