Year 3 had a fantastic Greek Day on Monday 19th April. The children came into school in amazing Greek costumes and we tasted delicious food such as olives, feta and tzatziki. We had a go at writing in the Greek alphabet, making laurel wreaths and using paper mache to make our own Greek vases. We even…

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To engage children in year 1 into their new topic, ‘Did Dinosaurs really exist?’ we experienced a day in the life of an archaeologist! The children received a letter from the Fairfields Builders asking for our help, as they had come across some bones while digging and Apollo and Luna were excited to investigate! We…

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  ‘Primary school children create artwork to display in brand new Milton Keynes medical centre’   Children from Fairfields Primary School and Whitehouse School submitted their best work, with one winner and two runners up selected from each school.    

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Today was a really important day in Fairfields history as we opened our first ever Year 6 Class.  The Year 6 children were presented with their new uniforms denoting they are the leaders of Fairfields.  The Year 5 children attended the presentation ceremony to witness this momentous occasion.  

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What a fantastic day it has been. Despite all the changes to their learning environments and the way they came into school, all our children have been absolute superstars today. They all came in with smiles on their faces, excited to see their friends and teachers. Thank you to all our amazing staff for doing…

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We are so looking forward to seeing the Nursery, Reception, Year 1 and Key Worker children returning to us on Wednesday 3rd June 2020. The staff have been working hard to make sure school is safe and still fun and exciting for you. Click on the links below to see what we have been doing.…

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Some children in Reception, Year 3 and Year 5 have sent in some beautiful pictures that they have been making at home. The flag was made out of twigs in preparation for the VE Day celebrations. The wood was painted by a pupil with the flags of the countries that are connected to him (UK,…

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