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We take part in lots of activities that help us develop our resilience even further, for example:

  • In KS2 we all learn how to play a musical instrument- it's tough to start with!
  • We take part in sports clubs and competitions and Sports Day in the summer
  • We challenge ourselves on our Y4 and 6 residential trips by trying new activities such as canoeing and camping



At Fairfield we offer a flexible, invclusive environment that meets the needs of all our children. We embrace diversity, celebrate differences and to value and respect ourselves and other people.

  • SHINE time- every child belongs to a mixed age SHINE group, with a maximum of 14 children per group. The groups meet once a week to discuss issues connected to our SHINE motto and other relevant matters.
  • Religious Education and SEAL (Social and Emotional Aspects of Learning) lessons; learning about PSED (Personal, Social and Emotional Development) and The World in EYFS
  • Shining Minds groups
  • International Schools Award
  • Our lift means wheelchair users can access all areas of the school
  • Disabled toilets on all floors
  • Ramped classroom
  • Classrooms adapted to support children with hearing impairment- specialised lowered ceilings and carpeted floors
  • Inclusive sporting events
  • Fairfield Foxes nurture group
  • We strive to ensure that our FSM/Ever 6 children progress and achieve as well as all other pupils
  • SEND intervention and support, including counselling for children
  • Disabled access and parking for parents/ carers

Standards and Testing Agency

Clerking Competency Framework

Introduced in April 2017 the new Clerking Competency Framework outlines the knowledge, skills and behaviours required to provide a professional Clerking service to the Governors.

Four competency areas covered in the new Framework are:

    • Understanding Governance
    • Administration
    • Advice and Guidance
    • People and Relationships

The new Framework recognizes the value of professional quality clerks and realises they are critical to the effectiveness of a governing board in fulfilling its core strategic functions.

To read the full framework, please click here.

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