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Final day for Fairfields

21 July 2020 (by admin)

Dear Parents and carers,

It is officially the last day of the strangest year I have ever known at a school!  We are all so grateful for the messages, cards and gifts we have received and these have helped to keep us motivated throughout.  

The most exciting thing for me as a Headteacher is the fact that the partnership between home and school has become stronger.  We have needed your support as much as you have needed ours.  We have stayed resilient together and it can only mean that we are forever stronger as a school community!  

Thank you to the parents who were able to attend the Zoom session yesterday about the arrangements for September.  I will shortly put a PDF of the presentation on the letters and forms page under the Parents tab on the website.  This will also include a document explaining the arrangements in more detail.  

Over the next day, I will compile the questions and answers into one document and we also welcome any other questions using the school email address.  

As a reminder, Freddies Holiday Club will be closed over the summer but will reopen in September.  If you would like to book a place, please email us at freddies.club@fairfields.hants.sch.uk.

The school playground will be open between 10am and 12pm tomorrow for you to collect any belongings which have been left in school during the closure.  These will be on tables in the top playground.  We will also have the donated uniform, which is in excellent condition, if you need to top-up your supplies for next year.  This is for you to take free of charge.  We will also have lost property out and any leavers gifts for Year 6 children.

Please could you also drop in to school any library books and any donations for Miss Moore's Thrive activities.  

We hope that you will join the whole school in saying farewell to our wonderful Year 6 children.  This has been a challenging year for them and they leave us with only a sample of the transition we would have wanted for them to prepare fully for secondary school.  We know that they will do well and be positive in their next stage of education, and we want them to also know that we will always be here for them if they ever want to come back and visit!

Finally, we wish to say thank you to all of the parents and members of the community who have volunteered throughout the year.  We wish that we could say thank you in person!  We will contact volunteers in September when we have more guidance in how best to manage them safely in school.

Again, thank you for your continued support in making our school stronger than ever and have a wonderful holiday!  

Best wishes

Miss Kelly Dillon