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Could you be a governor of Fairfield High School?

Fairfield High School recently got in touch with the below request re recruiting new Governors. Can you help please? The Governing Body of Fairfield High School is recruiting additional Governors. We are keen that our…
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Celebratory Community Event at Clifton High School!

Clifton High School is presenting a series of 19 inspirational events to celebrate the work of its pupils and wider school community. The week long programme, between 10 -15th October, showcases a broad spectrum of…
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Redland High Geography Department celebrates Centre of Excellence Award

The Geography Department at Redland High School was delighted to celebrate being awarded the Secondary Geography Quality Mark by The Geographical Association, and has become the only school in Bristol to achieve ‘Centre of Excellence’…
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News from Fairfield High School

New students recently enjoyed planting trees to mark their start at Fairfield High School in Bristol. Each tutor group have been given a fruit tree that they can watch growing over their five years at…
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Bristol Drama students take to the stage at The Fringe

12 Drama students from Redland High School are putting the final touches to the two all-girl productions that they will be showcasing at The Edinburgh Fringe Festival, held in August. The Sixth Form pupils are…
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Felting Fun at Brunel Field School!

The reception class at Brunel Field School enjoyed a fantastic felting workshop last week. Each child learnt to felt and they created a brilliant farm yard inspired collage. Reception's topic this term has been about…
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Art boards on the Gloucester Road

Chatsworth Homes have worked in collaboration with the City of Bristol College Art & Design Department, Sefton Park Junior School and Fairfield High School in the production of decorative display boards that will mask the…
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Playing Out Workshop

Are you interested in your street becoming a traffic-free 'play street' for a couple of hours a week or month? If so, go along to an informal workshop run by 'Playing Out' at Westbury Park…
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Have your say on plans for school places

A consultation launched this week is asking people to give their views on planning for new school places in Bristol. Bristol City Council has a statutory duty to ensure there are enough school places within…
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