STAFF LIST

Here is a full list of staff at Fairfield Farm College

    • Martin Ashman – Farm Supervisor
    • Graeme Athey – Director of Education
    • Tracylee Austin – Learning Support Assistant
    • Pauline Bailey – Learning Support 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 and Shop Assistant
    • Rebecca Comley – BSL Learning Support Assistant
    • Martin Cooper – Chair of Trustees
    • Louise Cox – Learning Support Assistant
    • Caroline Creese – Animal Management Tutor
    • Kate de Boorder – Horse Studies Tutor &  Curriculum Lead QA
    • Ellen Donnelly – Residential Support Worker
    • Debbie Dykes-Brown – Learning Support Assistant
    • Fiona Ellis – Learning Mentor
    • Lauraine Elliott – Retail Assistant
    • Kay Flanagan – Reception Lead
    • Ashleigh Fothergill – Job Coach
    • Tony Haines – Grounds 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
    • Cherry Lewis – Learning Support Assistant
    • Trixie Lewis – Independence Skills Tutor
    • Caroline Luckham – Hospitality Lead
    • Carol Matthews – Employability & IAG Lead
    • Amanda McClean – Senior Finance & Business Manager
    • Carley McGrath – Learning Support Assistant (Named Student)
    • Stuart Millar – Property Maintenance and Refurbishment Lead
    • Emma Mitchell – Residential Support Worker
    • Lindsay Mitchell – Learning Support Assistant
    • Sheena Moncrieff – Foundation Tutor
    • Michelle Moore – Lunchtime Assistant
    • Jasmine Murphy – Animal Management Assistant
    • Stephen Musitano – Groundsperson
    • Paul Myles – Learning Support Assistant
    • Alie O’Grady –Learning Support Assistant
    • Rob Overend – Maintenance and Site Supervisor
    • Tina Pagett – CEO/Principal
    • 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 – Animal Management 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
    • 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

Christmas Fair Success

Fairfield Farm College held its Annual Christmas Fair on Friday 7th December 2018, which was the biggest so far, the Mayor of Warminster opened proceedings at 6pm and we had a visit from the 'man in...

Personal Safety Workshop

Foundation are having monthly workshops in their Friday afternoon tutorials covering issues such as Internet Safety, Road safety, looking after your money and personal items when out and about. ...

Horticulture

Students are now using the compost sump from the wormeries to feed the bulbs they have grown. Phew that stinks! Well done all! 

Physical Education

This week in PE our students continued training for the National Panathlon Championships (March 2019). They practiced throwing bean bags onto a target & into bins. They also competed on their...

Equine Health Checks

With the recent change in the weather it has been even more important to check the heath of our horses and groom them to keep their coats in good condition. Our student have been hard at work...

Santa Dash

No long now until the Wiltshire Santa/Elf Dash. The FFC Sports Leaders have counted & distributed nearly 300 costumes across the County!  We have planned different activities to ensure everyone...

Wiltshire Life Awards 2019

Fairfield Farm Shop has been nominated in the Wiltshire Life Awards 2019 which celebrates the hard work and achievements of those living in the county who strive to make it an even more incredible...

Warminster Santa Run

The Santa Fun/Run held in Warminster Town Park raised £164 for The British Heart Foundation and Fairfield Farm College. The Warminster Civic Centre raffle and street organ raised an additional £444...

Winning Christmas Design

The students at the college have been busy designing covers for the Christmas puddings that are being sold in the shop.  The students had around 3 weeks to come up with a festive design and to enter...

Serious Sewing

Some serious sewing has been happening this term. Students have been learning how to control the machine to enable them to create individual designs to go on sale in our cafe and shop.