On Wednesday, 1st March, we celebrated our Patron Saint’s Day. We wore handmade daffodils or leeks to assembly and learnt about the good work St. David did during his life time.
It was an extremely exciting start to the term when children returned after Christmas to find that the creation of new Sports Hall and Theatre complex (with Nursery extension) had finally begun!
This term we held our non-uniform day in support of ‘Save The Children’. Children wore their own clothes and sported an excellent range of Christmas jumpers. During assembly, we held an exciting Christmas Spelling competition.
The School Council had the difficult task of judging the school’s ‘Design a Christmas Card Competition’ this term. We were inundated with many excellent entries but eventually managed to choose a girl and boy winner from each class.
Fairholme was, once again, delighted to take part in the Lovelight Tenovus Charity Concert held at the Cathedral last week. A record turn out this year from Fairholme pupils; thank you all for your support and hard work, pupils and staff alike!
At the beginning of December, we were delighted to open The Mount Day Nursery which offers day care for up to 5 babies and 9 toddlers. Ably managed by Miss Foulkes, the nursery team and equipment has transferred across from St.
On Tuesday, 29th November, KG, Forms I, II and III enjoyed performing their Nativity in front of an audience of family and friends at the beautiful new location, The White House Hotel in Rhuallt.
Recently, several Fairholme School pupils enthusiastically took part in the Urdd Swimming Gala at Rhyl Leisure Centre. Our first ever Urdd swimming gala, Hannah, Imogen, Abigail, Louis WW, Iestyn, Leah and Martha all took part in individual races as w
A good night was certainly had by all as the cast of Hamlet performed at the Shakespeare Schools Festival at Theatr Colwyn at the end of November. This project, starting back in August at the Drama workshop, culminated in a very entertaining and polis
There was a splendid turnout at St.