COLLEGE POLICIES & USEFUL LINKS

Bursary Policy

 

In September 2011 the Government introduced a 16-19 Bursary Fund (19+ for Discretionary) to provide support for College students who face the greatest financial barriers to participation. The student bursary is intended to help students overcome barriers that might otherwise prevent them from attending and participating in College activities. Where students are eligible, it can be paid directly to the student or it might be used to pay for in-kind support, for example materials or equipment required for the course (safety clothing such as boots, wellington boots, overalls etc), course related visits/activities or extra curricular activities to ensures students can fully participate in college life.

 

College Policies

 See below current policies that directly relate to students attending the College. Policies that are currently under review will be available once they have been ratified by the Board of Trustees.    

 

Reports

CLICK HERE to view our Ofsted inspection reports.

CLICK HERE to view our Care Quality Commission reports.

CLICK HERE to view our NATSPEC (The Association of National Specialist College) page.

Useful Articles

NATSPEC – The Association of National Specialist College directory – CLICK HERE

OFSTED – Organising work for students in residential houses – CLICK HERE

Staff Services

CLICK HERE to access Office 365

CLICK HERE to access SchoolPod

CLICK HERE to access PeopleHR

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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

Artwork for Hope Nature Centre

Mondrian inspired art for display at the Hope Nature Centre Cafe. Please do visit and have a look at some of the great work from our students at Fairfield.

Chicks on the farm

This week we have welcomed some new arrivals on the farm. Last month, we collected some of the beautiful blue eggs from our crested cream legbar chickens and put them in the incubator. Twenty-one...

Lots of Socks Day 2019

Fairfield Farm College is excited to support the World Down Syndrome ‘Lots of socks’ Day 2019 which takes place on the 21st March. We will be undertaking this fundraiser in partnership with Swindon...

‘Quick Hands’ in Physical Education

Last week we looked at improving our fitness & using 'quick feet'. Today we extended this to using 'quick hands'. We practiced using both hands to move the speedstacks as fast as we could. We...

Students work selected for Black Swan Arts

After an overwhelming amount of entries to the Black Swan Arts Competition 2019, Fairfield were fortunate enough to have 3 entries chosen to go into the exhibition.It will run for most of April so...

Horse Grooming

Last week in Equine, the groups have been working really hard to groom the college horses as they have started moulting. Grooming out the loose hair helps to keep the horses more comfortable and...

Sports Leaders Cricket Festival

The Sports Leaders will be delivering an Inclusive Cricket Festival later this month. Today they practiced some of their planned activities. They really thought about how to make the activities...

Panathlon Champions Final

Fairfield Farm College saw 14 students represent Wiltshire at the South England Panathlon Champions Final which was held in Stoke Mandeville Stadium.  The students were well behaved and coped well...

Student Mitchel Brown Fundraising for the College

Fairfield Farm College student, Mitchel Brown is fundraising for the college by taking part in an Ultra Challenge, he will be walking 25K on Easter Sunday to raise funds for the college.  Mitch will...

Personalised Mosaics

Students have been working on a variety of mosaics lately and have done an amazing job. If you would like a personalised mosaic then please do let us know. Email enterprise@ffc.ac.uk for more...