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School finishes at the usual time of 3.15pm today. We return to school on Monday 1st June.

Beat The Street Challenge 2015!

By Robert Staples, Headteacher - Friday, 22 May 2015



Fairlands are taking part in a new, fun, real-life walking and cycling game. Every child in the school can earn points and win prizes by tapping special tokens onto sensors known as Beat Boxes as they travel around.

The Beat Boxes will be placed on lamp posts around our local area and will be activated on 3 June 2013.

Tapping more than one box activates your journey and records how far you have travelled, more boxes tapped = more points scored.

There is a website that records each participant’s total distanceand various prizes up for grabs.

Be sure to look out for the letter and fobs that will be issued at the beginning of next term.


Raising awareness of Global Development Delay!

By Robert Staples, Headteacher - Friday, 15 May 2015


Thank you to everyone who came to school dressed in yellow on Friday 1st May in support of Global Development Day.  We raised a very impressive sum of £409 which we have donated to charity called ‘Contact a family’.  You can find out more about the charity's work at


By Robert Staples, Headteacher - Friday, 20 March 2015


By Robert Staples, Headteacher - Friday, 13 March 2015


We have had an amazing day, participating in the Comic Relief Dance Off 2015!

We had a special message from Louis Spence at the start of the day! Take a look here! 

We have been dancing non-stop in the hall and have enjoyed great whole-school assemblies to end the day. Take a look at our blogs to see what we have been up to!

And we have raised an amazing £888! :)

Fairlands will be at the Teach in Herts Teacher Recruitment Fair!

By Robert Staples, Headteacher - Monday, 9 March 2015


Do you want to teach at Fairlands?

Being a large, expanding school, each year we have vacancies and opportunities. Come and meet us and find out more!

The Teach in Herts Teacher Recruitment Fair will be taking place on Saturday 14th March 2015 between 10.00am and 4.00pm, at Hertfordshire Development Centre at Robertson House, Six Hills Way, Stevenage SG1 2FQ.

The event is free to attend and representatives from 100s of Hertfordshire schools will be available to discuss current and future teaching opportunities.  In addition, a series of informative and inspiring workshops will be running to support you, whether you are entering the profession, progressing your career or returning to teaching.

Workshops include
- Unmissable tips on applying for your first teaching job
- Train to Teach (run by the National College of Teaching and Leadership)
- Returning to teaching – what’s new in education?
- Thinking of a new career path? Re-training as a teacher from another profession
- Newly qualified teacher (NQT) induction, support and training in Hertfordshire
- Fast tracking programme – increase your subject knowledge
- Progress your leadership career in Hertfordshire
- Why teach in Hertfordshire?

In addition, an individual advice surgery will be running, providing support and guidance on being a teacher and information will be available on living and settling in Hertfordshire.

The University of Hertfordshire and School Direct providers will also be attending and offering advice on routes into teaching.

If you are a current, past or new teacher, considering a career change to teaching or know of anyone that is, this is an essential event to attend.

Free on-site parking will be available and a free shuttle bus will be running from Stevenage train station.


For full details on the event and to pre-register your attendance, see

We Value Your Views!

By Robert Staples, Headteacher - Tuesday, 3 March 2015

This year we are asking parents/carers to complete our Annual Parent Survey on-line.  This is a really important source of information for us, so please make sure that you complete the survey in relation to you eldest child attending the school by Friday 13th March.  We will give you feedback on the outomes of the survey after the Easter break.  Don't forget you can always drop us an email to let us know about something - or feel free to make an appointment through the school office to see the relevant member of staff.

You can access the survey by clicking on the following link  The School Number is 202021, Password XSZM.  If you do not have access to a computer, please come into the upper building office, where we will have the survey set up ready for you to complete.