COVID-19 FAIRFIELD STUDENT SURVEY

The Hub at Peterchurch have been looking at how they can support young people in the local area. Please could you take 3 minutes to complete the survey and help to influence activities for you.  If you feel that you would like further support after completing it, please go to the Wellbeing page on the school website or contact one of your teachers who will pass it on to the Learning Managers.

Click here to complete the survey

Hay Festival 2020

We are very lucky to be offered access to the ‘Free to View Hay Festival programme for schools’ which runs for the whole of this coming week – 2 films a day with extension activities: Hay Festival Programme for School Children studying at Home

And if children and parents want to join the Free to View Hay Festival Digital over half-term there is a whole programme from 22nd May – 31st May right here: Hay Festival Digital

As you know, we normally take KS3 students to Hay Festival and it is a wonderful experience on many levels; please support the Festival this year as much as you can.

Hereford & Ludlow College
Virtual Open Days

Hereford and Ludlow College are holding two Virtual Open Days
Hereford (19th May)
Holme Lacy (21st May)

The format is a 30 minute webinar, on a selected topic (all outlined on the link) which will consist of between 10-15 minutes video describing the assorted courses in that section, followed by a Live Q&A session where potential applicants can post their questions, and tutors will be online to answer them.

https://www.hlcollege.ac.uk/news-pages/580f5a2cd867c/Open-Events

Fairfield Live! Updates

Fairfield Live!

Fairfield staff have been busy preparing for the launch of our live online learning next week, beginning on the 20th April.
This will be for ALL students in Years 7, 8, 9 and 10. For further information see the links below:-

Letter from Mrs Gaston
Timetable
Student Guide

What school work can I do at home?

Students need to regularly check their school emails here , as well as regularly checking for work on Google Classroom..

All links below will download a zip file containing all work/instructions for the subject, just click to download:-

Learning Loft Resources

Animal Care (updated codes 25-3-20)
Art(updated 3-4-20)
Children’s Play, Learning and Development
Computer Science & iMedia (updated 6-4-20)
Careers Week Student Survey
Drama(updated 31-3-20)
Design & Technology
English
Food (20 April – 4 May)
Geography (updated 27-3-20)
History
Ethics
RS
Science
PE
PE Workouts
Maths
MFL
Music KS3
Music Year 10
Music Year 11 AOS Questions
Music Year 11 Exam Papers
Music Year 11 Revision Resources
Think U Know – Online Safety at Home

“I am Me” T-Shirt Competition

FREE online education resources

A non-exhaustive list that might help those affected by school closures due to coronavirus, compiled by home educators.
Click here...

School Christmas Newsletter 2019

For a full rundown of what we’ve been up to since September click below for our Christmas Newsletter.

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Find out more

Wellbeing Support

Support and information for students, parents and carers can be found on our Wellbeing page

Peterchurch Unlocked

The PETERCHURCH UNLOCKED exhibition will take place at The Hub at St Peter’s in Peterchurch when The Hub Café reopens.
To find out how you can contribute please click here 

Mr Kelly’s Chocolate Brownies

Cooking with with Mr Kelly! – see email message from Mrs Gaston to parents and carers for special code to access the video!
Download the brownie ingredients here if you would like to bake along with him over the bank holiday weekend

HEREFORDSHIRE SCHOOL GAMES

The next round of the Herefordshire School Games has begun. The challenge this time is to bounce a ball off a wall, spin and catch it. How many can you do?  Post your score to PE Google classroom or email a member of the PE dept.
Good luck 

 

HERE GIRLS CAN

Here Girls Can is taking place online this year. Visit their Facebook page over the next two weeks to see what’s on and take part in online classes and activities. Or you can visit Active Herefordshire and Worcestershire

Duke of Edinburgh

Mr Giggles advice on how to keep going during school closures and social isolation.

Click here

Fairfield Quizzes

PE Department weekly sports quiz (Week 4 27-4-20)

PE Department weekly sports quiz (Week 3 20-4-20) – ANSWERS

PE Department weekly sports quiz (Week 2 6-4-20)

Mr Kelly’s Quizzes 

A number of Fairfield Students entered short stories in the Junior Short Story Section of the Evesham Festival of Words story writing competition. There were over 150 entries in the Junior section and it was fantastic to find that one of our students was shortlisted in the top ten stories. Congratulations to Evie Swindale for her fantastic story: Devastation of War.

It was also really pleasing to find out that we had another ten students who made the long list of twenty five top stories. Congratulations to:
Rosa Lynas
Esme Rickards
Kiefer Byrne
Ellie Craig
Alice Gooch
Skye McColl-Dugan
Inez Meredith-Assirati
Holly Ramus
Derran Thompson
Talliah Beddoe

 

Fairfield students have done amazingly well and we congratulate all of those who participated.

Hay Festival Programme for Schools

Hay Festival have been amazing and posted the talks of brilliant authors from the last 3 years of schools’ days FOR FREE! Click on the link above to feast your eyes, ears and imaginations on writers like David Baddiel, Holly Bourne, Michael Rosen, Phil Earle, Cressida Cowell, Marcus Sedgwick (Ms Worsfold’s fave about the Gothic!), Candy Gourlay and many more!

Year 11 Leavers

Goodbye and good luck to our Year 11s.

Letter from Mrs Gaston

WellBeing and COVID-19

For further information and advice about wellbeing during these uncertain times please visit our Wellbeing page 

Fairfield Careers Survey

We are conducting a quick survey of our Careers provision at Fairfield.  If you are a student please spend 2 minutes completing our Student Careers Survey by clicking here:-

https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/37SVT8T

Our Current Vacancies…

Visit our Vacancies page to see details of our current vacancies:-
– Lunchtime Supervisor

Week A or B?

Click here to see which Week (A or B) it is this week

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Latest Exam Results

We are very proud of our student’s exam results, and we want to make sure you are all informed with all the latest information about exam results. Discover our latest exam results information by clicking the button below.

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Duke of Edinburgh

The Duke of Edinburgh Award is a great way for you to learn new skills and gain accreditations outside of class. Click the button below for the latest information on the Duke of Edinburgh Award.

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Latest revision guides

As you approach your exams, it’s important to get into good habits in order to achieve the very best grade you can. Click below to find out more abut subject revision, and to access the latest revision guides available.

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Student Email

If you need to access your student email outside of school, you can do so through the button below. If you have forgotten your password, then please let the IT department know so they can update it.

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Latest Letters

Stay informed with all the school trips and updates that happen by clicking the button below and downloading our most recent letters and information.

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Important Dates

Make sure you don’t miss a single thing at Fairfield this year by checking our school calendar.

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Severe Weather Information

Click the button below and find out what to do in severe weather and for severe weather updates.

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Fairfield is a forward-looking school with traditional values. We are proud of our reputation for promoting skills and talents in each individual, encouraging them to follow their dreams.

Parents & Carers

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Parental support is critical to the success of our students. We want every child to be happy and to succeed at Fairfield and we try to work as closely as we can with parents and carers.

Students

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We want all our students to be successful, confident learners who perform to the best of their ability. We aim to ensure all students are able to take full advantage of the opportunities we offer.

COVID-19 FAIRFIELD STUDENT SURVEY

The Hub at Peterchurch have been looking at how they can support young people in the local area. Please could you take 3 minutes to complete the survey and help to influence activities for you.  If you feel that you would like further support after completing it, please go to the Wellbeing page on the school website or contact one of your teachers who will pass it on to the Learning Managers.

Click here to complete the survey

Hay Festival 2020

We are very lucky to be offered access to the ‘Free to View Hay Festival programme for schools’ which runs for the whole of this coming week – 2 films a day with extension activities: Hay Festival Programme for School Children studying at Home

And if children and parents want to join the Free to View Hay Festival Digital over half-term there is a whole programme from 22nd May – 31st May right here: Hay Festival Digital

As you know, we normally take KS3 students to Hay Festival and it is a wonderful experience on many levels; please support the Festival this year as much as you can.

Hereford & Ludlow College
Virtual Open Days

Hereford and Ludlow College are holding two Virtual Open Days
Hereford (19th May)
Holme Lacy (21st May)

The format is a 30 minute webinar, on a selected topic (all outlined on the link) which will consist of between 10-15 minutes video describing the assorted courses in that section, followed by a Live Q&A session where potential applicants can post their questions, and tutors will be online to answer them.

https://www.hlcollege.ac.uk/news-pages/580f5a2cd867c/Open-Events

Mental Health Awareness Week 18th-24th May

This year’s theme is KINDNESS.

In these challenging times with lockdown happening we have witnessed in the media so many acts of kindness.

Kindness is defined as doing something towards yourself or others, motivated by genuine desire to make a positive difference.

Being kind has a huge impact on your wellbeing/mental health as it reduces stress and deepens friendships.

We also need to be kind to ourselves as it can help boost our self -esteem and help improve our optimism.

How can we show kindness during the lockdown:

  • Friends- Check in with one another -ask if they are ok?
  • Help each other with online learning.
  • Ourselves- Tell yourself you have tried your best today with your schoolwork.
  • Teachers- Tell your teacher you enjoyed the online lesson!
  • Parents- Help them with a chore or make them a cup of tea!
  • Community- You can volunteer to raise money for local
  • Charity. Donate an item to the foodbank

Please share your stories of acts of kindness.

 

For further help and support visit: our Wellbeing page as well as the following-

https://www.mentalhealth.org.uk/campaigns/mental-health-awareness-week

https://youngminds.org.uk/

https://www.thesymproject.org/

Support For Young Carers

For information about support for our young carers please visit our Wellbeing page

Peterchurch Unlocked

The PETERCHURCH UNLOCKED exhibition will take place at The Hub at St Peter’s in Peterchurch when The Hub Café reopens.
To find out how you can contribute please click here 

Mr Kelly’s Chocolate Brownies

Cooking with with Mr Kelly! – see email message from Mrs Gaston to parents and carers for special code to access the video!
Download the brownie ingredients here if you would like to bake along with him over the bank holiday weekend

HEREFORDSHIRE SCHOOL GAMES

Round two of the Herefordshire School games has started. The challenge this time is to do as many keepy-uppies in 60 seconds as you can. You can have as many attempts as you like. Record your best score in the results table in the PE Google Classroom. Deadline for results is 20th May. Good luck! 

They have shared this video on the Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/103017951221186/posts/156609089195405/

HERE GIRLS CAN

Here Girls Can is taking place online this year. Visit their Facebook page over the next two weeks to see what’s on and take part in online classes and activities. Or you can visit Active Herefordshire and Worcestershire

Fairfield Live! Updates

Our Current Vacancies…

Visit our Vacancies page to see details of our current vacancies:-
–  Lunchtime Supervisor

Fairfield Live!

Fairfield staff have been busy preparing for the launch of our live online learning next week, beginning on the 20th April.
This will be for ALL students in Years 7, 8, 9 and 10. For further information see the links below:-

Letter from Mrs Gaston
Timetable
Student Guide

A number of Fairfield Students entered short stories in the Junior Short Story Section of the Evesham Festival of Words story writing competition. There were over 150 entries in the Junior section and it was fantastic to find that one of our students was shortlisted in the top ten stories. Congratulations to Evie Swindale for her fantastic story: Devastation of War.

It was also really pleasing to find out that we had another ten students who made the long list of twenty five top stories. Congratulations to:
Rosa Lynas
Esme Rickards
Kiefer Byrne
Ellie Craig
Alice Gooch
Skye McColl-Dugan
Inez Meredith-Assirati
Holly Ramus
Derran Thompson
Talliah Beddoe

Fairfield students have done amazingly well and we congratulate all of those who participated.

Hay Festival Programme for Schools

Hay Festival have been amazing and posted the talks of brilliant authors from the last 3 years of schools’ days FOR FREE! Click on the link above to feast your eyes, ears and imaginations on writers like David Baddiel, Holly Bourne, Michael Rosen, Phil Earle, Cressida Cowell, Marcus Sedgwick (Ms Worsfold’s fave about the Gothic!), Candy Gourlay and many more!

Duke of Edinburgh

Mr Giggles advice on how to keep going during school closures and social isolation.

Click here

Fairfield Quizzes

PE Department weekly sports quiz (Week 4 27-4-20)

PE Department weekly sports quiz (Week 3 20-4-20) – ANSWERS

PE Department weekly sports quiz (Week 2 6-4-20)

Mr Kelly’s Quizzes 

Year 11 Leavers

Goodbye and good luck to our Year 11s.

Letter from Mrs Gaston

What school work can I do at home?

Students need to regularly check their school emails here , as well as regularly checking for work on Google Classroom..

All links below will download a zip file containing all work/instructions for the subject, just click to download:-

Learning Loft Resources

Animal Care (updated codes 25-3-20)
Art(updated 3-4-20)
Children’s Play, Learning and Development
Computer Science & iMedia (updated 6-4-20)
Careers Week Student Survey
Drama(updated 31-3-20)
Design & Technology
English
Food (20 April – 4 May)
Geography (updated 27-3-20)
History
Ethics
RS
Science
PE
PE Workouts
Maths
MFL
Music KS3
Music Year 10
Music Year 11 AOS Questions
Music Year 11 Exam Papers
Music Year 11 Revision Resources
Think U Know – Online Safety at Home

“I am Me” T-Shirt Competition

Google Classroom FAQ

Students use their school email address (loginname@gvsc.org.uk) and their password to access www.google.com/classroom . If students do not know their password please contact swaterhouse@gvsc.org.uk.

If students have not already joined a class they should enter the classcode provided by their class teacher using the ‘+’ symbol on the top right of the screen.

All work will then be available with specific instructions from the class teacher.

This guide may also be useful:- https://docs.google.com/file/d/0ByqrAI5UxSJNNmxYVlNZalZiNWc/edit

WellBeing and COVID-19

For further information and advice about welllbeing during these uncertain times please visit our Wellbeing page 

Fairfield Careers Survey

We are conducting a quick survey of our Careers provision at Fairfield.  If you are a student please spend 2 minutes completing our Student Careers Survey by clicking here:-

https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/37SVT8T

FREE online education resources

A non-exhaustive list that might help those affected by school closures due to coronavirus, compiled by home educators.
Click here...

Week A or B?

Click here to see which Week (A or B) it is this week

Find out more

Latest Information

Our School

Learn more

Fairfield is a forward-looking school with traditional values. We are proud of our reputation for promoting skills and talents in each individual, encouraging them to follow their dreams.

Parents & Carers

Key information

Parental support is critical to the success of our students. We want every child to be happy and to succeed at Fairfield and we try to work as closely as we can with parents and carers.

Students

Key information

We want all our students to be successful, confident learners who perform to the best of their ability. We aim to ensure all students are able to take full advantage of the opportunities we offer.