Yellow group led us in a fantastic celebration of Halloween, despite self-isolating at home during this period! The early years produced a highly entertaining assembly with songs and costumes explaining the origins of Halloween celebrations.
We come to the end of our Remote Learning Experience. We are very proud of all our children for working so hard during lockdown. Thank you to parents for helping children settle into this new way of learning and to teachers for their tireless efforts
Fairholme pupils have been enjoying their Remote Learning system since March. All pupils have gained full access to the curriculum through Edmodo assignments, a comprehensive range of weekly videos (specially prep
Music, drama and dance departments were very sad not to be able to perform our show, 'Cats', as planned just before Easter. Everyone had worked so hard. We did, however, have one dress rehearsal before lockdown, ready or not
Thank you so much to all children and parents who helped to contribute to our VE Day 75th Anniversary Celebration.
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
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
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.