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30 Mar 2014

The highlight of this half term has undoubtedly been the preparation and performances of the Shakespeare4Kidz version of ‘A Midsummer Night’s Dream’.   The children were undaunted by the prospect of performing the famous Bard’s work and threw themselve

23 Dec 2013

At the start of the Christmas holiday, more children than ever before jumped aboard "The Polar Express" for our latest drama workshop.  Much fun was had by all with singing and movement to the popular music from the much loved film, painting of trains

12 Dec 2013

On Sunday 1st December, eleven children from Fairholme swam a total of 820 lengths in a sponsored swim to raise funds for the Disaster Emergency Committee’s  Philippines Appeal.  The children had planned to swim 12km but were all so enthusia

12 Dec 2013

Our solo singers group, led by Mrs.

08 Dec 2013

This year’s nativity play, ‘Busy, Busy Bethlehem’ by Niki Davies, told of the busy preparations for the approaching census day.

30 Nov 2013

It is always a pleasure to join with the local community for special events and we were very pleased, therefore, to take the large and enthusiastic bunch of singers who stayed at school late last week to go and provide entertainment at the St.

17 Nov 2013

Thank you everyone who supported our shoebox appeal for Operation Christmas Child this year.  The operation collects small boxes filled with everything from toy cars to toothbrushes and coloured pencils and sends them to children around the world, much

10 Nov 2013

 As part of their geography studies, Form IV took a trip to the River Elwy this half term.  Accompanied by Mrs. Evans, Miss Foulkes, Mr.

09 Oct 2013

This half term Forms II – VII were fortunate enough to participate in a Medieval Day in which they were transported back into Tudor times by ‘Peter the Pedlar.’ The sessions gave an invaluable insight into the lives of both the rich and poor in Tudor s

30 Sep 2013

We were delighted to join other local schools in the recent Mid Wales Opera production of ‘Noye’s Fludde’ by Benjamin Britten.  Twenty of our singers, collectively known as ‘Aurora Chorealis’, spent two practice days at the Cathedral prior to the two p

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