A very hard-working start to 2020 for all pupils, particularly those in Form VII who have been busy consolidating their learning and honing their examination techniques in readiness for sitting Independent School entrance exam
Parents will be aware of the strong emphasis we give to literacy at Fairholme. Children are encouraged to read at school and at home and take part in both individual and group reading each day. We operate a progressive spelling scheme that is c
This half term, the weekly badminton club decided to hold a doubles tournament to showcase their skills.
The excitement of the hustings came to Fairholme rather unexpectedly this year as the first winter General Election was announced since 1923. We held our own Mock Elections the day before Election Day, this time inviting parents and friends to the Par
The excellent ‘Inn-Spectors’ nativity play performed by KG, Forms I, II and III was much enjoyed by all last week. The inn-spectors had arrived in Bethlehem and were not at all pleased with the health and safety nightmare – a baby born in a stable.
We were delighted to invite visitors and parents to join us during Open Week for tours of the school, Open Sport and Speech and Drama lessons and our Harvest Festival celebration.
Forms VI and VII were excited to take part in ‘The Seasons’ — a cross curricular education project — inspired by the North Wales International Music Festival theme, Mother Earth.
A fun time was had by all on the recent Drama Workshop just before the start of the Autumn Term. We were delighted to see so many new faces on the workshop with many younger members joining the group.
Music and Drama departments have been working furiously once again this term towards our performance of ‘Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat’.
This term Forms V, VI and VII were fortunate enough to visit the marvellous Catalyst Museum in Widnes.