Welcome to Fairfield Primary
Our school aims to provide a safe, happy and vibrant learning environment for all children, meeting their individual needs and ensuring that their full potential is realised.
Welcome to our school,
I am very proud to be part of the community that makes up Fairfield Primary School. As a school, we aim to provide a safe, happy and vibrant learning environment for all children, meeting their individual needs and making sure that their full potential is realised.
We also aim to provide support to all of the families that share our community, and always encourage you to share your ideas, questions or worries with us to help us to improve.
Whilst we will always, of course, work very hard with your child to ensure they can perform to the best of their abilities in academic subjects, we are also a school that takes positive steps towards developing the whole child. We ensure that all children have opportunities to experience speaking in public or to perform for an audience, to work on charity and community-based projects, to enjoy team sports, and to develop themselves as positive, active citizens who are ready for the next step on their journey – wherever that may take them.
We want our school to be fit, active and happy, so your child will always be expected to do their best when taking part in PE lessons, playtimes, swimming lessons, afterschool clubs or any of the many physical opportunities that they are offered at school. Every year group is encouraged to take part in daily physical activity and the school takes part in numerous sporting events.
To enable every child to have the best chance of reaching their potential, we expect excellent attitudes and great effort. We understand that not everyone is perfect all the time so, if your child is struggling to reach the standards we expect, please work with us and support our staff in helping your child to get back on track.
Working together, we can make sure that children at Fairfield have the best possible start in their lives.
If you would like to find out more about our school, please enjoy looking through our website or contact our school office.
Mr A Ruffell
2017-2018 School Priorities:
Increasing outcomes in the Year 1 Phonics Screening Check
Increasing outcomes for writing (particularly for children exceeding the expected level)
Increasing outcomes for Early Years (particularly in English and Maths)
Raising attainment and achievement in Reading across all groups
Improving the emotional and physical health of the whole school community