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          Clubs, Community & Other News

          • South Asian Heritage Month

            We look forward to engaging in, and sharing, activity around South Asian Heritage Month (SAMH) in the UK

          • Volunteer appeal for short, online careers talks

            Appeal for parents/carers or governors to contribute to a series of short online careers talks over 2021-22, broadcast as Zoom webinars 

          • Students accepted onto Universify programme

            Congratulations to two of our students who have successfully made it onto this year's Universify Programme, based at Oxford Uni!

          • A message from Miss Wood

            Please see this special video from Miss Wood for the Fairfield Community


          • World's Largest Lesson

            Calling all teenagers to join the World's Largest Lesson with senior UN leaders plus teen icons, such as Millie Bobby Brown

          • Multilingual students go digital

            Fairfield is proud of its students with English as an additional language who are showing particular resilience at this time


          • WildWEB: Free Digital environmental programme

            WildWEB is a brand new digital programme to support young people aged 13 - 17 to take action for the environment & prepare for the world that lies beyond the lockdown

          • Domestic abuse support during lockdown

            With a recent rise in reports of domestic violence and abuse nationally, we are proud to help educate and provide information to those experiencing abuse to access support


          • Make a photograph with Spinach!

            The Real Photography Company is making its videos, instructions and images showing how to make photographs with materials found in your kitchen to include beetroot, turmeric, baking powder, spinach, strawberry, coffee and broccoli

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