There was a splendid turnout at St Asaph Cathedral for the Remembrance Day service. The congregation included many Fairholme parents and children. After the service, the Bishop led a procession down to the war memorial. A two minute silence was held
As part of their geography studies, Form IV took a trip to the River Elwy this half term. Accompanied by Mrs. Bult, Mr.
Last week, Forms II and III went on an educational visit to Bodelwyddan Castle. Form II had an informative tour of the castle with the housekeeper, Mrs. Humphreys. This supported their learning in their recent history topic, The Victorians.
Thank you so much for all your generous harvest gifts. Mrs.
One of the highlights of last year’s Summer Term was, of course, the balloon race on Sports Day. This year, our balloons made it much further than in previous years. Well done to Emilia, whose balloon made it into third place and was found in Kent, M
It was another lovely turn out for this year’s Big Coffee Morning to raise valuable funds for Macmillan cancer support. A big thank you to everyone who came along to the event or to those who donated money or cakes.
We were pleased to join the yearly Netball and Football Tournaments at King's School early this term. Each of our teams played six matches against schools from around the Chester area. We were delighted that, this year, our girls performed extremely
Great fun was had by all who attended the latest jungle-themed drama workshop where the children worked towards their own production of ‘The Jungle Story’ based on Rudyard Kipling’s famous children’s book. It was a noisy week as animal sounds and move
It was great to hear that our Scarecrow on an American theme - Neil Armstrong - has won the Schools' Scarecrow competition in St. Asaph. Thanks to Mrs.
We said ‘Farewell’ to Form VII yesterday with a tennis party and barbeque on a glorious sunny afternoon. We are, of course, sad to see them go, but congratulate them on their many academic, musical, dramatic and sporting achievements and wish them luc