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Principal's Message

Dear Parents / Guardians,

I hope that you had the opportunity to rest and relax over the September holidays.

As a school, we have much to be thankful for in the eventful Term 3. We are thankful to God for the children’s achievement in the Singapore Youth 
Festival (SYF) Arts Presentations and National Sports Games (NSG). Their resilience and sportsmanship in the various performances, games and categories will be etched in their hearts and the memory of these moments will inspire them as they move towards greater competence in the art form, game
or sport. Two teams of teachers were also awarded a Gold Award and a Commendation Award, respectively, at MOE’s Innergy Awards, organised to recognise innovations that have brought about significant outcomes in teaching and learning. The quest of our teachers to constantly hone their craft is testament to their commitment and desire to give their best to their charges.

Thank you for your partnership with the school to raise our children in an environment that is enriching, engaging and enthusiastic. I am touched by your efforts to appreciate the teachers in the Teachers’ Day celebration. Your children’s video contributions warmed the teachers’ hearts and we felt very blessed by our children who expressed themselves so sincerely their gratitude to our teachers.

With further easing of measures this term, we have more leeway to plan our school’s programmes that are not constrained by SMMs. However, we recognise that there are some good practices and processes that must endure beyond the pandemic and we will continue to implement them, e.g, wiping down routines, regular handwashing, ensuring unwell children remain at home. As a few levels of our students prepare for the end-of-year semestral assessment, and our P6 for their PSLE, we pray and hope that our students remain disciplined and focused in their studies, confident and determined to give their best, and resilient to not give up with any setbacks or disappointments they experienced. Our teachers, school counsellors and Christian Ministry Staff would continue to support our students should they feel overly stressed and anxious coping with the exams.

Indeed, together, we are ‘Stronger as One Fairfield’!

I wish you a blessed Term 4 ahead.

To God be the Glory!

In partnership with you,
Mdm Law Li Mei