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.
Music and Drama departments have been working furiously once again this term towards our performance of ‘Captain Noah and His Floating Zoo’.
We were fortunate, this year, to have chosen the sunniest day of the month on which to hold our sports day!
Last week, the children of Forms V, VI and VII enjoyed an exciting day of science and engineering at the Catalyst Museum in Widnes. We all started the day by completing a question hunt, answering science questions at various exhibits. By this time we
This term we were invited to send two maths teams to Ruthin to battle for the Maths challenge shield. Over 70 year 5 pupils took part in what has now become a regular annual event. The day started with number sequence questions and a numeric crosswor
The children have very much enjoyed visiting Neverland 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. The main event was a great success and a fine cu
Members of the Welsh Club were once again delighted to take part in the Urdd Eisteddfod this half term. Entries for recitation and singing were made by Fairholme pupils Sahil, Iestyn and Emily, Emily winning her round and successfully gaining a place
On World Book Day, children were invited to attend school dressed as their favourite book character and come along to assembly ready to recommend their book to others. A full range of books was discussed from ‘The Gingerbread Man’ through to ‘Lord of
St David’s Day was celebrated once again with an assembly which included Welsh songs and hymns and a performance of a famous Welsh lullaby, ‘Suo Gân’ by the guitar group. Homemade daffodils of various design were proudly worn as all Forms demonstrated