Rochdale Old Road, Bury, Lancashire, BL9 7SD

0161 764 1559

Fairfield Community Primary School

Happiness and High Standards


Colorado class are currently isolating until 01.12.20.

School is open to all other classes unless a child or member of their household has COVID symptoms. 

Colorado class registration meeting is daily on TEAMS at 9.30am for half an hour.

Colorado class, please follow the instructions in 'Remote Learning - Parent Guide for Whole Class Isolation' (copy below and in your printed 'Home Learning Pack'.

Your topic work is Geography - Local Fieldwork.

Fairfield School Covid-19 Updates

Below you will see our School Updates, Remote Learning Information, Home School Safety Agreement, Covid-19 Risk Assessment and Online Safety Updates.

Remote Learning





Dear Parent/Carer,

Remote Learning means work being done away from school. In this case it means work set because a child has either informed us that they need to isolate or we have had to send a class bubble home.

We are sending this material home today because by the time your child needs to isolate it would be breaching safety rules for you to come and collect it. Over the first lockdown period we set work for home which was revision of key skills mixed as internet based work and paper packs. This time we need to send new learning home or children will miss too much curriculum content.

The work being sent is based on the national curriculum and is taught online through the Oak Academy, which is the governments teaching tool. The children will need to complete an English, maths and a topic session each day. The instructions are all to be found on the sheets going home with this letter. They will meet once per day with their teacher in a  Microsoft TEAMS meeting. This is called the Registration Meeting. Here we will register that children are fulfilling the legal obligation to do school work and discuss any problems or issues with the previous day’s work and discuss what is coming up next. As the children will be on camera, internet safety rules are essential and the code of conduct covering dress and background activity to ensure that all children are safe is also included in the pack.

An exercise book and a pencil is being provided ready for recording the work as we recognise that doing the work on computers will be very difficult for some families.

Remote learning is very much a second choice for the best quality of learning and teaching as we cannot provide as much feedback to children which is key to our usual success. However, the registration meeting will attempt to provide some of this feedback. We also recognise that the internet is not easy for some families to access and so we thank those who sent in responses to our computer access questionnaire. We will try to help with equipment where we can, but the government claims to have provided computers for those who need them are untrue. We are due to be given 8 laptops which we can only claim when a class is sent home. For this reason, the work has been planned so that smart phones can be used and then the work done in the exercise books.

Despite the difficulties, it is vital that the children do not fall behind other children nationally and so we trust that our parents and carers will support the work that will be set.

If you have any questions or problems please contact school. Email to would be the best method but we will also try to deal with telephone queries as soon as possible.

Yours sincerely,

C.J. Ashley

Remote Learning - Parent Guide for Individual Isolation

Remote Learning - Parent Guide for Whole Class Isolation

Online Learning

If you are having any problems accessing the work, please contact the school via email. Thank you.

Please remember to check Parent Hub regularly - setting alerts to your phone means you will receive messages immediately. 

Bury Council Update


Bury Council Update


Bury Council and Government Advice


I attach information which the authorities wish schools to pass on to our families.

Extra Newsletter - 11.09.20

I attach an extra newsletter to help with questions about normal winter snuffles and the more serious Covid-19 illness. I also attach a very useful chart from GM outlining the key information for when children fall ill.

Return to School - 02.09.20

Covid-19 Risk Assessment

Below is the Risk Assessment for our full opening of school.

Happy Holidays


Thanks to you all for your support over this year and through the lockdown. I hope you all have a happy holiday.

We all thank you for kind gifts and cards and for sending lovely children to our school. Have a safe and happy holiday. We will be continuing to send news out as the pandemic situation evolves but hope to see everybody back on the 2nd of September. Messages from new teachers will be on the website later today.

With a final thanks and goodbye to Mrs Channell, Miss Berry and Miss Miller, I attach the final week's Bulldog Points.

Annual Reports

School reports will be available in the usual work collection place from noon tomorrow (Wednesday). There is no need to collect reports for children in school as they will be sent home with the children.

Home School Safety Agreement

Covid 19 Risk Assessment

Home Learning

Below are the key documents you received in your child's Home Learning pack. 

Remember new paper packs are available for collection every 3 weeks and contain enough work for

3 weeks of home learning.

The online work is monitored by your child's teacher and completed work is rewarded with Bulldog Points. 

30 points - Green Rosette,  60 points - Blue Rosette,  100 points - Red Rosette