Fairfield Endowed C of E Junior School

Boarstone Lane, Buxton, Derbyshire, SK17 7NA

01298 22551

Fairfield Endowed C of E Junior School

Happy. Proud. Successful.

Recent School Community Events

MacMillan Coffee Afternoon September 29th 2023

We would like to say a big thank you to all those that bought in cakes and donated to our Macmillan Coffee Afternoon. Everyone who attended had a lovely afternoon with lots of cake to choose from and enjoy. We raised £130 for the charity, thank you again for your support.

Parents Online Safety Event October 6th 2023

The schools Head Children and Prefects designed and presented online safety training to parents, to make them aware of the dangers of being online and how to keep their children safe in the world of technology.

Tea and Talk Event October 13th 2023

A massive thank you to all parents and carers who attended our Tea and Talk Mental Health event today, promoting "Mental Health is a Universal Right". Many thanks to our families, Buxton Citizens Advice, our local PCSO's, Build Sound Minds, Buxton Samaritans and High Peak CVS for making the afternoon a great success.

Autumn Disco October 23rd 2023

Fairfield Endowed c of e Junior School PTA would like to say a big thank you to all those who attended the end of term disco and made it a great success, the children really enjoyed themselves. We look forward to seeing you at our next event.

Anti-Bullying Week - Odd Sock Day

On Monday 13th November children and staff showed their support for this years Anti-Bullying week: 'Make Noise About Bullying' by wearing odd socks.  The odd socks represent that we are all different and unique. It was great to see so many of the children and staff wearing odd socks.

Anti-Bullying BBC Teach Live Lesson: Make A Noise

As part of our Anti Bullying week activities the children took part in a BBC Teach live lesson: Make a Noise. They were joined by Dr Ronx from Operation Ouch! They explored how to: spot bullying behaviour; identify the differences between banter and bullying behaviour and how to speak up when they see it.