STAFF LIST

Here is a full list of staff at Fairfield Farm College

    • Joanne Anderton – Learning Support Assistant
    • Martin Ashman – Farm Supervisor
    • Graeme Athey – Director of Education
    • Tracylee Austin – Learning Support Assistant
    • Pauline Bailey – Learning Support Assistant
    • Sophie Baxter – PO Counter Assistant
    • Clair Beaty-Pownall – Director of HR and Workforce Development
    • Helen Beer – Senior Education Manager
    • Alan Best – Trustee
    • Rachel Bown – Inclusive Sports Coordinator
    • Alison Bracey – Residential Support Worker
    • Shane Bracey – Residential Support Worker
    • Julie Cathcart – Trustee
    • Ria-Jane Cann – Learning Support Assistant and Youth Club Lead
    • Phil Chester – Residential Support Worker
    • Rachel Clark – Cafe Assistant
    • Rebecca Comley – BSL Learning Support Assistant
    • Martin Cooper – Chair of Trustees
    • Dave Cowler – Residential Support Worker
    • Louise Cox – Learning Support Assistant
    • Caroline Creese – Animal Management Tutor
    • Kate de Boorder – Equine Tutor &  Curriculum Lead QA
    • Ellen Donnelly – Residential Support Worker
    • Debbie Dykes-Brown – Learning Support Assistant
    • Fiona Ellis – Learning Mentor
    • Lauraine Elliott – Retail Assistant (PO counter)
    • Anne Evans – Retail Assistant (PO counter)
    • Leah Ferenci-Hadlow – Job Coach
    • Kay Flanagan – Reception Lead
    • Ashleigh Fothergill – Job Coach
    • Giuseppe Melillo – Trustee
    • Tony Haines – Maintenance Assistant
    • Josh Hall – Apprentice
    • Jane Harley – Residential Support Worker
    • Gemma Hartigan – Residential Support Worker
    • Debbie Hughes – Marketing and Charity Fundraising Manager
    • Shelley Hughes – Curriculum Lead for Enterprise
    • Alison Irving – Trustee
    • Janet Jones – Administration Officer
    • Claire King – Residential Support Worker
    • Jo Lambert – Functional Skills Tutor
    • Shelly Latham – Retail Lead
    • Sian Law – Lunchtime Assistant
    • Cherry Lewis – Learning Support Assistant
    • Trixie Lewis – Independence Skills Tutor
    • Caroline Luckham – Hospitality Lead
    • Amanda McClean – Senior Finance & Business Manager
    • Carley McGrath – Learning Support Assistant (Named Student)
    • Emma Mitchell – Residential Support Worker
    • Lindsay Mitchell – Learning Support Assistant
    • Sheena Moncrieff – Foundation Tutor
    • Michelle Moore – Lunchtime Assistant
    • Stephen Musitano – Groundsperson
    • Paul Myles – Learning Support Assistant
    • Vicky Ody – Trustee
    • Alie O’Grady –Learning Support Assistant
    • Rob Overend – Maintenance and Site Supervisor
    • Tina Pagett – CEO/Principal
    • Amanda Pearce – Residential Support Worker
    • Kerry Pearce – Senior Learning Support Assistant
    • Anne Pelling – Trustee
    • Kim Phelps – Learning Support Assistant
    • Rafaela Puerto Tirado – Learning Support Assistant
    • Rosie Pullin – Learning Support – Talking Therapies
    • Tom Ratcliffe – Deputy Care Manager
    • Shirley Raw – PA to CEO/Principal, Trustees and Senior Team
    • Josh Read – Residential Support Worker
    • David Robinson – Curriculum Lead Horticulture
    • Sharmaine Routley – Learning Support Assistant
    • Sharna Routley – Cleaning Operative
    • Laura Sheppard – Learning Support Assistant
    • Elisabeth Soane – Residential Support Worker
    • Pete Spittles – Catering Tutor
    • Tanya Takle – Registered Care Manager
    • Sarah Talmash – Care Manager
    • Jade Tanswell – Job Coach
    • Ian Thorne – Data Officer
    • Helen Tucker – Functional Skills Lead
    • Melanie Tugwell – Learning Support Assistant
    • Sally Wilde – Cafe & Shop Supervisor
    • Sue Wilford – Learning Support Assistant, Foundation Tutor and Youth Club Lead
    • Marianna Wilkes-Noe – Learning Support Assistant
    • Richard Wiltshire – IT Manager

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OUR COLLEGE

Fairfield Farm College is a Specialist College for students with learning disabilities; it is a registered Charity, with residential, day and weekend courses. We are situated in the village of Dilton Marsh in Wiltshire. Our 26-acre farm site includes well-resourced teaching and vocational learning areas, a student common room, conference room, café and a farm shop.

 

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Location

 

FAIRFIELD FARM COLLEGE

43 HIGH STREET

DILTON MARSH

WILTSHIRE 

BA13 4DL

 

Phone & Email

01373 823028

admissions@ffc.ac.uk

Group Mural

Group mural, coming along nicely. The idea from one of our students .

Fresh Egg from the Farm

Our chickens, ducks and turkeys are laying well. We collect the eggs daily to sell in the Farm Shop here at Fairfield. We just love the variety of colours our chickens give us, and now we are...

New Highland Cattle on the Animal Walk

We are absolutely loving working with our new Highland cows, Nessie (white/ blonde) , Neeps (dun/ brown with horns) and Morag (red). They can be seen from the Animal Walk too, so come along and meet...

Equine Holiday Workshop

We held our ever popular Equine holiday workshop. The group enjoyed learning how to groom horses, lead the Shetland ponies and braid the horse's manes and tails. All this as well as riding the...

Screen Printing

Screen printed baby grows. Will be on sale at the college this week, perfect for the summer months.

Music to your ears!

An innovative project designed by one of our wonderful students, a recycled mountain bike wind chime. It’s music to your ears !

Recycled Student Projects

Recycled and reusable blackboard painted jars, for use as vases for any occasion. The students came up with this enterprise idea as a team so please do support us by popping into the cafe to see...

Fairfield Farm Shop Wins 2nd Place in 2019 Wiltshire Life Awards

Fairfield Farm College Farm Shop was awarded 2nd place in the Village Shop 2019 Wiltshire Life Awards.  The Wiltshire Life Awards celebrate the extraordinary people, communities and businesses in...

Cricket Festival

Fairfield Farm College and Lavington School organised & delivered a day of cricket activities for 106 pupils from 7 different schools & colleges across Wiltshire.  This was the culmination...

Going Green

We are going green at Fairfield Farm College by reducing our plastic waste. We will be serving take away drinks in reusable cups. Buy one of our bamboo cups for £5 and get your first drink free and...