Year 7 Art Students dedicated their Summer half term creating textile portraits in the style of the Artist Grayson Perry. A selection of Fairfield Year 7 portraits will be exhibited by Hereford Museum to celebrate the much anticipated arrival of Grayson Perry’s tapestries to Hereford…. details below:-
Date: 9th October 2021 – 18th December 2021 Recurs daily.
Location: Hereford Museum and Art Gallery Broad Street,Hereford, HR4 9AU
Cost: Adults £5, students with ID, and under 18 free
Congratulations Year 8 Students… Ava Simmons, Angaharad Lewis, Tatiana Hales, Evie Dixon, Callum-Paul Leake & Connie Stewart!
Hereford Museum has chosen your artworks to go on display as part of the Herefordshire Gets Creative exhibition. This will be on during the Grayson Perry exhibition 9th October to 18th December.
FAIRFIELD HIGH SCHOOL PRESS RELEASE GCSE RESULTS SUMMER 2021
After 18 months of disrupted education, Year 11 students at Fairfield have achieved an outstanding set of GCSE results.
Staff at Fairfield followed a rigorous internal process in awarding grades; each individual grade for each student was scrutinised four times before being sent off to the exam boards and underwent moderation within the school, across partner schools and by the exam boards, ensuring that the high standards expected in every subject have been consistently applied across the cohort.
The terrific results justified the commitment and effort of both staff and students, with 9 high-flying students achieving 8 or more subjects at a grade 8 or grade 9 (old grade A* or A**).
Sue Gaston, Head Teacher said: “This cohort has been particularly resilient, determined and focused, including through lockdown when they all attended online lessons every day. Their fantastic results are down to their positive, hard-working ethos and really do accurately reflect their ability in each subject. We are enormously proud of each and every one of them. They are all going on to study A Levels, technical qualifications or into apprenticeships and we wish them every success for the future”.
This term BTEC Construction have been lucky enough to regularly visit a local construction site. The site belongs to a local Peterchurch resident who is designing & constructing his own house and very kindly met with the students to talk to them about the build and his own future career path as an Architect Technologist. Thank you so much for inspiring our students, we look forward to the next stage of the build.