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Hire our hall!
The school hall is available to hire, please contact the school office for prices and availability on 01462 830000.
Is on the Fairfield Park site and offers high quality full time childcare from 8am to 6pm.

It can fit around the school day, for before and after the school day and for extra sessions for part time children.

Contact the school office for more details.

Parentline Plus
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Call 0808 802 222 or www.parentlineplus.org.uk
Parental Choice in Central Bedfordshire
Please click on the link below to view a Youtube video which explains the admissions system for Lower, Primary, Middle, Secondary, Upper schools and academies plus the University Technical College in Central Bedfordshire. The video is informative and shows the different options available to parents and carers in Central Bedfordshire conveying the differences between two and three tier education systems.

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Welcome to Fairfield Park Lower School


FAIRFIELD sweep the board!
KS1 and KS2 Athletics Teams
The were awesome at the recent
Athletics Festival at Cranfield University
both teams came 1st.




Forthcoming Dates for the 2016 diary:

parents eve

Parent Consultations
Tuesday 9th 4 - 6pm
Thursday 11th February 4 - 8pm

Feb Half Term

15th - 19th February

non uniform day
Friday 26th February


Headteacher chosen for key school support role

The headteacher and staff at Fairfield Park have been selected for a top role in supporting schools in challenging circumstances.

Mrs Stone is one of only 125 head teachers to be appointed to the role of National Leader of Education (NLE) in the latest recruitment round and she will be the only primary headteacher in this role in the Central Bedfordshire Council area. This puts Fairfield Park Lower School in a pivotal position, representing and supporting outstanding practice.

She will now be invited for formal induction and training for the role in driving school improvement. This takes place at the National College for School Leadership’s learning and conference centre in Nottingham in April.

NLEs use their success and professionalism as school leaders, along with the staff in their school – designated a National Support School - to provide additional leadership capability in struggling schools or those in transition to federation or academy status. The deployment is tailor-made to suit the needs of each school. The type of support provided is flexible and can involve NLEs becoming acting or executive headteacher of the client school or schools. They also have responsibility for bringing on the next generation of NLEs and National Support Schools.

Mrs Stone said:  “I believe that being a National Support School and National Leader of Education will enable Fairfield Park to be forward thinking in a climate of major change for the Education system, especially with reduced control at Local Authority and Government levels. I believe passionately in empowering others to succeed and lead and know that we have the skills and expertise at Fairfield Park to be outward looking to support other Heads, leaders, teachers and support staff to also achieve success, improve pupil outcomes and life chances in their own local areas. Innovatively led schools that relish and constantly evolve and self evaluate their own practices will maintain and sustain their own standards in their own local area.”

Many in the National Leaders of Education/ National Support Schools scheme see improvements in results at both the support and client schools with progress achieved in excess of the improvements nationally.

There are now more than 800 NLEs across the country and the number is set to rise to about 1,000 by 2014.

Maggie Farrar, Executive Director at the National College, said: “It’s great that heads like Mrs Stone are willing to look beyond their own school gates to help more and pupils achieve. They should also be proud of their role because this scheme is at heart of our efforts to create a self-improving, school-led education system.

“School-to-school support is having a growing impact and the results speak for themselves with benefits for both the schools and academies being supported and those providing the support.”

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