FAIRHAVEN PRIMARY SCHOOL
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MERRY CHRISTMAS & A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Monday 5th January 2015
INSET Day - School closed to Pupils
Tuesday 6th January
8:50 - School re-opens for Pupils
Tuesday 6th - Friday 9th January
Frank Chapman Residential Visit for Years 3 and 4
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Welcome to Fairhaven Primary School in Wordsley, near Stourbridge. Please take time to explore our web site which contains lots of information about the school.
Fairhaven Primary School was opened in September 1969 as a 5-11 Primary School. It was later extended and its facilities improved to accommodate the needs of 5-12 year olds. From September 1991 the age of secondary transfer reverted to 11. We were therefore re-designated as a 5-11 school with some 300 to 315 children on roll. Children are admitted in September at the age of 4.
Situated in a pleasant, residential area on the Kingswinford side of Wordsley village, the school shares an attractive open campus with Wordsley Youth Centre and the Phoenix Centre for Disabled Children. The school has ten classrooms and a demountable unit that houses a further two classrooms. The Fairhaven Under 5's Centre is housed in a purpose built, newly constructed unit on site. The school has specialist areas for food technology, a purpose-built library and a multipurpose hall equipped for P.E., dining and for assemblies. There are separate playgrounds for younger and older children. Healthy school meals are cooked on the premises in kitchens adjacent to the hall.
Information about our previous OFSTED inspection, current School Development
Priorities and performance data are published on the 'About Us' page.
By participating in AquAid’s ‘upload a badge to your website in exchange for a well’ campaign we are supporting the construction
of one hundred water wells, also known as Elephant Pumps, in Africa. This is helping to bring clean and fresh drinking
water to many of the world's poorest people. Once constructed, one of the wells will be dedicated to our
school and will feature a plaque bearing 'Fairhaven Primary School.'
We are proud to support this project.
Website last updated: 19.12.2014