Literacy Numeracy Pilot Information Evening 6:00pm Monday 23rd May / Wednesday 25th May
Tuesday 24 May school will have a late start at 10:15am due to teachers Professional Learning
FFC presenting school production "Matariki" Wednesday 22nd May and Thursday 22nd. Tickets are available now at the front office. For more info:
Latest correspondence from Principal Richard Crawford re COVID-19:
University of Waikato Open Day dates are confirmed:
FAIRFIELD COLLEGE NOTICE BOARD
Congratulations to all Senior Prize-giving recipients of 2021
Special acknowledgement to the Fairfield College 2021 Dux Megan Koschany and Proxime Accessit Emma Irwin. Well done girls! Also to all the scholarship winners.
To view Fairfield College Senior Prize Giving 2021 click onto icon:
Y13's are you considering University and Tertiary study and beyond in 2023?
Practical skills for life
Advice and resources for finding your way after leaving school
ABSENTEES / ATTENDANCE -
NEW 0800 NUMBER
If your child is going to be late or absent from school please phone our attendance line on:
Freephone 0800 332 332 (0800 FFC FFC) or 853 5660 ext 837
FOR THE SAFETY OF OUR STUDENTS
All carparks on school grounds will be closed before and after school. Please
use the bus bay or the road to park while dropping
off or collecting your child.
APPOINTMENT TO SEE THE ONSITE DOCTOR
For our students who wish to visit with our onsite Doctors at Fairfield College, please see the school nurse to book an appointment.
Dr Arvind Narayan
Tuesdays 9:00 - 10:00am
Dr Claudia Ho-Peng
Thursday 9:00 - 11:30am
In crisis? Do you need immediate help? To find help now: Mental Health Foundation
Midlands Sexual Assault Support Services: 0800 839 4433
Tautoko Mai: 0800 227 233
Safe to Talk: 0800 044 334
MSS (Male Support Services): 0800 677 289
Te Pae Here Kaahui Ako
FFC & Revive a Smile Dental Charity
25 Bankwood Road,
HAMILTON, NEW ZEALAND
PH 07 853 5660
PO Box 12-228, HAMILTON 3248
“Koiora” recognises our four Maunga and their particular kaitiaki, while acknowledging Tamanuiteraa as a source of life. We acknowledge the many students that contributed to this work and recognise particularly the 2017 Fairfield Junior Youth Group and the 2017 Year 11 Future Pathways class.
The mural also represents the continued strengthening of culture in Kukutaruhe. In order to move forward as a people we must recognise the spiritual existence encapsulated in our physical environment as a mirror of the work of creation.
Naa Matua Raj Irving me Matua Tamihana Morunga
"A unique school community committed to safe, quality education and personal achievement for every individual"
"He hāpori kura motuhake, e pūmau nei ki te ture haumaru, ki te mātauranga hira, ki te whakaeanga paetae mō tēnā mō tēnā”
FAIRFIELD COLLEGE MISSION STATEMENT