The excitement of the hustings came to Fairholme this week when we held our own Elections on General Election Day. Fourteen parties fought fiercely to persuade the electorate that they had the best policies. These included cars running on water, more
The children have very much enjoyed visiting the Looking Glass World this term and have excelled hugely both in main character and chorus roles. It is great to see so many children gaining confidence and having fun.
We were excited to hear that there was to be a Solar Eclipse on 20th March and were all set for the occasion with special solar viewing glasses and a pinhole projector hoping to record this unusual event (the next solar eclipse not being until 2026).
We were delighted to invite parents, children and visitors once again to our annual Weekend Open Day. The Alice-themed art exhibition was stunning and a pleasure to walk through, admiring art from all the children of all ages.
Form VII enjoyed attending a presentation and book signing at The King’s School this week by the best-selling children’s author, Cathy Cassidy.
This half term, our yearly ‘special day’ took an artistic turn as proposed by last year’s School Council.
Well done to the school Council for raising enough money from fruit sales for the lovely new bins now located outside in the playground area. Let’s make sure all our litter goes to Billy Bin It!
Many of you will have had the chance to see our newly re-equipped computer room this term; if not, do come and have a look!
Fairholme choir were delighted to take part in the Lovelight Concert at St. Asaph Cathedral last week and were thrilled by the wonderful evening of festive entertainment.
This year’s nativity play, ‘Hey Ewe!’ by Antony Copus, told the traditional Christmas story as seen through the eyes of a particularly excitable and curious sheep — Navneet.