Just before the half-term break, the children were engaged in poetry writing activities to mark the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee. The collection of poems, which has now been published, provides a personal and special record of this important event.
This term Form VII participated in a World War II workshop at Chirk Castle which allowed the children to explore a variety of aspects of life during the war through a whole host of activities.
"I don't think I've ever enjoyed Shakespeare so much!" - just one of the many accolades following our performances on Wednesday and Thursday. The hard work put in by children and the production team certainly paid off with some fantastic performances
A new City! Glad we are very much a part of this Jubilee city. Here are some recent reminders – Singing in the Street, Remembrance, HM Stanley Memorial drumming, Cathedral performances, the Mayor at Fairholme!
The weather was kind to us on our Open Day on Saturday 10th March 2012. In bright sunshine, the Mayor of St Asaph, Councillor Andrew Thomas officially opened our new classroom block and reception area.
The last day of term was a non-uniform day in support of the Breast Cancer Campaign. The theme was "wear something pink" and the children had no problem meeting the challenge with an array of dazzling shades of pink on display!
Just before Christmas, our drama enthusiasts returned to School for an extra week for our latest drama workshop. This year we focussed on the story of 'The Nutcracker'.
Opportunities for sport at Fairholme have never been better. Our succession of dedicated sports coaches have, over the last 2 years, developed a varied curriculum for all age groups.
The addition of a little humour and a different angle on the traditional nativity story went down well this year with parents, grandparents and friends who attended an excellent production of “It’s a Party!
This term has seen the formation of the Fairholme School Council. We learned in assemblies about the role of local councils in the community and then set to work electing members of each class on to the School Council.