Year 3/4 production update

Due to adverse weather conditions, the Year 3 and 4 production tonight will be cancelled. There will be two performances on Monday 18th December at 1.30pm and 6.30pm. Due to limited seating for the one evening performance, if possible please make arrangements to attend the afternoon showing. We apologise for any inconvenience this may cause but we want to ensure the safety of all our...
Chess League Success!

Chess League Success!

Well done to all our chess players who were chosen to represent our school in the Hertfordshire Primary Schools Chess League.  In a very busy competition with 28 other schools, they managed to win 5/8 matches in their first round.  Well done! ...
Fantastic fundraising and a visit from the BBC!

Fantastic fundraising and a visit from the BBC!

On Friday 17th November Fair Field held a non uniform day. All of the children made a fantastic effort and we raised a whopping £287.82 for ‘Children in Need’. Thank you so much for all of your support. The day before, we also had a visit from the BBC! It was an exciting experience for the school council. The film crew arrived and worked with the children in the school hall. They wanted to see what we were doing as a school to raise money and filmed the children in their fancy dress clothes. A huge well done to all who took part, it was wonderful to see you on the television on Friday night.    ...
Speed stacking success!

Speed stacking success!

On Tuesday, some of the Year 4 children entered a Speed Stacking competition in Queens school.  They demonstrated their amazing hand-eye co-ordination beating over 20 teams to come an overall 3rd place. Thank you and congratulations to all who took part: Albert Baker 4C Scarlet Brant-Smith 4I Alice Freedman 4I El-Roi Gwizo 4C Bentley Ifeacho 4C Freddie Jameson 4C Tahli Pugh 4I Olivia Stafford 4C Please see the report written below by two of the children who attended. Hi, we are members of the Fair Field Speed Stacking team.  On Tuesday 21st November we took part in a Speed Stacking competition.  We were so nervous, but excited as well, because there were so many schools competing against us.  In the end, the girls came second and the boys came third.  But overall we came third.  We are very happy with our score.  We would like to say thank you to Mrs Graham and Albert’s dad, Mr Baker, for driving us.  But most of all, thank you to Mrs O’Sullivan for training us. By Alice Freedman and Olivia Stafford...
The Power of One

The Power of One

This week is national anti bullying week. This afternoon the children watched a powerful drama production called ‘The Power of One.’ We were reminded of the different types of bullying that exists including cyber bullying, physical bullying and verbal bullying. The key message  delivered was knowing how to deal with any form of bullying, not being a bystander, reporting it to an adult and using the power of one that we all have to make a...