PROSPECTUS - FAIRFIELD INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL THE HOME OF EXCEPTIONAL LEARNERS

 
PROSPECTUS - FAIRFIELD INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL THE HOME OF EXCEPTIONAL LEARNERS
FAIRFIELD INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL

   THE HOME OF EXCEPTIONAL LEARNERS

         PROSPECTUS
PROSPECTUS - FAIRFIELD INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL THE HOME OF EXCEPTIONAL LEARNERS
PRINCIPAL’S
                                                                     WELCOME
   FAIRFIELD INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL

                                                                    WELCOME TO FAIRFIELD
                                                                    INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL.

                  VISION                                                Kia ora koutou, Greetings.

                                                                             We extend a warm welcome to all
    Exceptional Learners, Exceptional Place                                  prospective students and their whānau.
  Whakaharahara ākonga, Whakaharahara wāhi                                   We are extremely proud of our school,
                                                                             its rich history and the many outstanding
                                                                             achievements of our students. I would
                                                                             like to thank you for taking the time
                                                                             to find out a bit more about what our
                                                                             school can offer.
                 MISSION
                                                      Fairfield Intermediate School is a vibrant, multi-cultural
     We specialise in high quality learning for       intermediate school that specialises in catering for the
               emerging adolescents.                  learning and pastoral needs of Year 7-8 learners. We recognise
   We provide a broad range of opportunities in       and understand that these can be the most critical years
 a safe, inclusive, connected learning community.     in a young person’s life as they are maturing physically
   We embrace the potential of our unique and         and developing emotionally. Within our school we have the
                 diverse community.                   expertise and resourcing to concentrate solely on our Year 7
                                                      and 8 students, giving them the opportunity to further develop
   Students leave Fairfield Intermediate School       their knowledge, skills and confidence in a safe and supportive
    as confident, critical and creative thinkers,     learning environment. From Fairfield Intermediate School, our
    equipped to take their place as responsible       students go on to a range of high schools across the Waikato
           contributors to a global society.          and beyond and we work hard to ensure that as a school we
                                                      are providing a smooth pathway for students, setting them up
                                                      for success as they continue on their educational journey.

                                                      Our school vision, ‘Exceptional Learners, Exceptional Place’
                                                      encourages our students to reach for the stars and this is
                 VALUES                               underpinned by our school values of courtesy, co-operation,
                                                      courage and commitment. As Fairfield whānau, we stand tall
         We promote and encourage our                 with pride and we hold the belief that together as a united and
            school values the 4 C’s;                  diverse learning community we are stronger and can learn and
                                                      grow with each other - Whiria te tangata - weaving the people
                 COURTESY                             together. Our ultimate goal is for our students to become
                  Whakawhe-tai
                                                      confident citizens and life-long learners who will contribute
                                                      positively to the community and who will go on to reach their
                 COURAGE                              full potential.
               Whakamanawanui
                                                      On behalf of the Board of Trustees, the staff and current
             CO-OPERATION                             students, I look forward to welcoming you and your child to
                   Mahi Tahi
                                                      our school and we look forward to working in partnership with
              COMMITMENT                              you for the benefit of your child and their learning.
                     Tu- turu
                                                      Angela Walters
 These 4 C’s are an integral part of the day to day   Dip T, BEd, MEdLeadership (1st Class Honours)
running of our school. They are communicated and      Acting Principal
 promoted in such a way that they are understood
        by all members of our community
             – especially our students.
PROSPECTUS - FAIRFIELD INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL THE HOME OF EXCEPTIONAL LEARNERS
CURRICULUM

                                              ACADEMIC
             FAIRFIELD INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL PROVIDES A DYNAMIC, EVOLVING
          CURRICULUM WHICH FOCUSES ON ALL ASPECTS OF THE NEW ZEALAND
              CURRICULUM TO CATER FOR THE NEEDS OF YOUNG ADOLESCENTS.

While we have a strong emphasis on literacy and             for strong learning relationships to form and a truly
mathematics, we are committed to academic excellence        integrated learning approach. In addition to their regular
through an integrated curriculum which challenges and       class programme, we have an innovative technology and
motivates students to realise their full potential in a     arts programme that allows students the opportunity to
range of areas. Students are encouraged to be innovative,   experience higher levels of learning in these areas with
work collaboratively and to develop skills in the key       specialist teachers and facilities.
competencies of thinking, using languages, symbols and
text, managing self, relating to others and participating   We also offer students the chance to test themselves
and contributing.                                           in a range of additional academic opportunities such as
                                                            ICAS Exams, Speech Competition, Otago Problem Solving
The core curriculum is primarily taught by the students'    Challenge, Literature Quiz, Waimaths, Baymaths, the
classroom teacher in the childs' homeroom, allowing         Waikato Science Fair and the Waikato Spelling Bee.
PROSPECTUS - FAIRFIELD INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL THE HOME OF EXCEPTIONAL LEARNERS
E-LEARNING

       FAIRFIELD INTERMEDIATE PRIDES
      ITSELF ON ITS ABILITY TO PROVIDE
     AUTHENTIC LEARNING EXPERIENCES
   FOR ALL OF OUR STUDENTS THROUGH
     THE USE OF ICT (INFORMATION AND
      COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY).

All our classrooms are BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) and are
also fitted with a number of desktop computers. e-Learning
provides students with access to 21st Century information
resources and tools that can be integrated into their learning.

It has huge potential for growing self-directed learning and
provides multiple avenues for student creativity, design,
communication and presentation. e-Learning also provides
students with the ability to be technologically confident and
flexible and provides opportunities for students to learn in new
and innovative ways.

Classrooms utilising digital technologies and e-Learning in
various forms have been operating successfully within the
school for over 10 years. The school has embraced the digital
curriculum and this is being implemented through classroom
programmes to ensure that our students are set up for future
based learning.

   E-LEARNING PROVIDES STUDENTS
          WITH THE ABILITY TO BE
    TECHNOLOGICALLY CONFIDENT
PROSPECTUS - FAIRFIELD INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL THE HOME OF EXCEPTIONAL LEARNERS
TECHNOLOGY
         AND ARTS
        PROGRAMME

        FAIRFIELD INTERMEDIATE                                      HAUORA AND TECHNOLOGY
             TECHNOLOGY                                       The Health and PE curriculum is combined with the
         AND ARTS DEPARTMENT                                  Technology curriculum to form the specialist subject
                                                              of Hauora. In this subject, students will develop an
In addition to their regular class learning programme,        understanding of hauora (wellbeing), lifestyle factors that
students attend specialist classes twice a week where         impact hauora and ways of being responsible for their
they are exposed to a wide range of further learning          own hauora.
opportunities. Fairfield Intermediate currently offers six
                                                              Students will be able to define the four areas of hauora
specialist subjects: Music, Visual Art, Biotechnology,
                                                              - taha wairua, taha hinengaro, taha tinana, and taha
Workshop Technology, Physics and Hauora. Students have
                                                              whānau and how each one influences and supports the
the opportunity to visit all of the specialist areas each
                                                              others. Students will discover how products are produced
year during their time at Fairfield Intermediate.
                                                              and how ingredients can be manipulated to achieve
                                                              specific outcomes. As knowledge develops, students will
                                                              be able to adapt recipes to include healthier alternatives,
                                                              recognising why their choice is a healthier option.

                                                                     WORKSHOP TECHNOLOGY
                                                              Technology is based upon forming knowledge and skills
                                                              that can be applied in the context of the school workshop.
                                                              Students are encouraged to use knowledge and skills from
                                                              other areas of the curriculum; such as mathematics, to
                                                              help them develop the practical skills required to be
                                                              creative in the workshop.

                                                              Students will have the opportunity to independently
                                                              design, model, plan, and create a technological outcome
Students will be placed in mixed groups from the classes
                                                              that can be completed in the school workshop and
in their House and will attend these classes twice a
                                                              design centre. Students will need to consider the use of
week. We also have technology and arts community
                                                              practical resources and the materials needed to develop
days intermittently throughout the year where parents/
                                                              the product, the practical skills they will need to apply to
caregivers and whanau are invited to share in their child’s
                                                              create the product, and the process they will need to go
learning.
                                                              through to develop the product.

                                          WE OFFER STUDENTS THE
                                     CHANCE TO TEST THEMSELVES
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BIOTECHNOLOGY
                                                          The science curriculum is combined with the
                                                          technology curriculum to form the specialist subject
                                                          of Biotechnology. In this subject, students will learn
                                                          to understand the physical properties of a range of
                                                          different materials and how these physical properties
                                                          are manipulated to achieve specific outcomes.

                                                          As the students develop their knowledge in this
                                                          subject they will be able to identify how biotechnology
                                                          processes expand human possibilities. Students
                                                          will learn that biotechnology is a technology that
                                                          involves the use of living organisms. This type of
                                                          technology is used to improve aspects of agriculture,
           THE ARTS - VISUAL                              food science and medicine as well as make useful
                                                          chemicals and products.
Visual Art provides our students with the opportunity
to develop conceptual creative thinking skills through
drawing, sculpture, ceramics, design, painting,                PHYSICS & TECHNOLOGY
printmaking and photography. Students develop             Physics is combined with technology to provide
an understanding of visual literacy and aesthetic         students with the opportunity to think critically about
awareness as they manipulate and transform visual,        a range of physical phenomenon, develop problem-
tactile and special ideas to solve problems through       solving strategies and test possible solutions. By
exploring experiences both collaboratively and            studying physics, students gain an understanding of
individually.                                             how everything in the world interacts or occurs.

They learn how to participate and celebrate their own     Students will explore everyday examples of physical
and others’ visual worlds. An understanding of Māori      phenomena, such as movement, forces, electricity,
visual culture will be achieved through exploration of    flight, sound, energy, light and optics. As the
Māori contexts. The arts of European, Pasifika, Asian     students develop their knowledge, they will be able
and other cultures will also be explored.                 to describe why a specific physical phenomenon
                                                          occurs. The students learning will prepare them to be
           THE ARTS - SOUND                               able to explain a physical process and demonstrate
                                                          this process by using models and diagrams.
The specialist subject of music is focused around
the fundamental form of expression, both personal
and cultural. As students develop an understanding
of literacies in music and theoretical skills, they
listen and respond, sing and play, then create
and improvise. Students work independently and
collaboratively to further their creative potential.

Fairfield Intermediate students contribute to the
cultural life of the school community by learning to
perform and share the outcomes of their learning.
This subject intends to lay the foundation for lifelong
enjoyment and participation in music.
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MUSIC AND
                        PERFORMING ARTS

                               MUSIC PLAYS A HUGE PART IN
                           TODAY’S SOCIETY AND STUDENTS’
                           LIVES. AT FAIRFIELD INTERMEDIATE
                              SCHOOL, ALL STUDENTS HAVE
                           THE OPPORTUNITY TO EXPERIENCE
                             PLAYING MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS
STUDENTS HAVE THE            AND TO PARTICIPATE IN A WIDE
 OPPORTUNITY TO             VARIETY OF MUSICAL ACTIVITIES.
  EXPERIENCE A
                     The music room, a modern state of the art facility, gives students
 WIDE VARIETY OF     a wide range of theoretical and practical learning experiences,
MUSICAL ACTIVITIES   with an emphasis on keyboard, guitar, drums, singing, reading
                     music and composition. Many students continue to pursue
                     music through high school and beyond, after their passion and
                     love of music has been fostered at our school.

                                        MUSIC TUITION
                     Itinerant teachers, who visit the school weekly, teach a large
                     number of students. Instruments available include flute,
                     keyboard/piano, drums, guitar, clarinet, saxophone, trumpet
                     and vocals.

                                   SCHOOL ORCHESTRA
                     All students are welcome to join the orchestra as soon as they
                     have basic skills on their instrument.

                                  SCHOOL PRODUCTION
                     The school puts on a major production which involves a large
                     number of students on stage, acting, dancing, singing, as well
                     as backstage, lighting and sound technicians.

                                        SCHOOL CHOIR
                     Students have singing opportunities with the school community
                     and enter the New Zealand Choral Federation Competition -
                     Kids Sing.

                                           ROCK BANDS
                     School performances, Pulse (Inter-Intermediate Rock Band
                     competition) and our own Fairfield Battle of the Bands
                     competition are all an integral part of our music scene.
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-
                   TE REO MAORI ME ONA
                         TIKANGA
CULTURAL
                       THERE IS AN EMPHASIS ON
                                 -
                      TIKANGA MAORI WITHIN ALL
                  OUR CLASSES ALONG WITH SOME
                        LANGUAGE ACQUISITION.

           It is expected that elements will be learnt in all classrooms.
           Having an understanding and appreciation of Māori language
           and culture are a part of the New Zealand curriculum. The
           school Marae, Nga Maramara o Nga Waka, helps to strengthen
           our Te Reo Māori programme with facilities for overnight stays
           and a wharekai. The marae atea which is directly in front of the
           wharenui, is used for school powhiri.

                      TE KURA TAKAWAENGA O
                      MARAWATEA KAPA HAKA
           Whole school kapa haka operates where all students have the
           opportunity to participate and learn waiata, haka powhiri and
           haka. Fairfield Intermediate also has a specialised kapa haka
           group who represent our school on various occasions and
           travel to competitions.

                                     PASIFIKA
           Talofa, Malo e lelei, Bula, Fakalofa lahi atu, Kio rana, Hola, Tena
           kou tou katoa, Salaam Alaikum, Mauri.

           Fairfield Intermediate has a strong Pasifika Group which is open
           to all students. The group is tutored by Landy Nonoa, Director
           and owner of “Talent of the Pasifika Academy” (TOPA) which
           our school is part of.

            STUDENTS HAVE THE OPPORTUNITY
                   TO PARTICIPATE AND LEARN
            WAIATA, HAKA POWHIRI AND HAKA
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PROSPECTUS - FAIRFIELD INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL THE HOME OF EXCEPTIONAL LEARNERS
SPORT AND
                                                           PHYSICAL
                                                          EDUCATION

      OUR SPORTS AND PHYSICAL
       EDUCATION PROGRAMMES
       ARE DESIGNED TO ALLOW
     ALL CHILDREN TO TAKE PART
      AND TO ACHIEVE SUCCESS.

Our school offers a wide range of opportunities for
students to participate in sports including both in
school and out of school competitions.

These include basketball, hockey, netball, cricket,
gymnastics, tennis, volleyball, football, futsal, cross
country, softball, athletics, touch, rugby, swimming,
triathlon, duathlon, waterpolo, mountain biking and
many others.

Student representative teams also participate in
WIMS (Waikato Intermediate Middle Schools) sporting
competitions - these interschool competitions are
Waikato based, include 12 different sports codes and
take place throughout the year.

Students also have the opportunity to be
selected to attend AIMS Games, arguably the
premier sporting competition for this age group.
The school has had considerable success
over the years including medals for top placings at
this international event.
EDUCATION
                                                                    OUTSIDE
                                                                   THE CLASS

            EDUCATION OUTSIDE THE                                 CAMPS AND TRIPS PLAY
     CLASSROOM PROVIDES VITAL SKILLS
                                                                   AN IMPORTANT ROLE
        IN TEAM BUILDING, LEADERSHIP
       AND THE ABILITY FOR STUDENTS
                                                                  IN STUDENTS’ PHYSICAL,
          TO OVERCOME LIMITATIONS                                 SOCIAL, INTELLECTUAL
           AND GROW IN CONFIDENCE.                                   AND EMOTIONAL
                                                                      DEVELOPMENT
School camps and trips, give students the opportunity to take
part in experiences that cannot be provided at school, to learn
some non-academic skills of an outdoor nature and to build
links within their class and school house.

EOTC camps and trips include learning experiences linked to
the current big learning focus. These are a chance to build
authentic learning experiences to reinforce classroom work.

All students have the opportunity to attend camps during their
time at Fairfield Intermediate and we urge you to support your
children in these.

We appreciate that camp costs can be financially challenging
for some families. Please contact us if this is the case and we
can put in place payment options to make things easier.

School camps alternate, even years are a substantial camp
up to five days long and odd years are local based one to two
day camps.

Our EOTC programmes are on an annual review to ensure that
they are in line with the New Zealand Curriculum and meeting
the needs of the wider community.
ENRICHMENT
          PROGRAMMES

      THE PURPOSE OF OUR ENRICHMENT
   PROGRAMME IS TO PROVIDE STUDENTS
      WHO DEMONSTRATE A TALENT IN
        A PARTICULAR AREA, EXTENDED
     LEARNING OPPORTUNITIES – IT GIVES
  STUDENTS THE OPPORTUNITY TO STUDY
   CONCEPTS WITH GREATER DEPTH AND
      COMPLEXITY, WHILE ALSO HELPING
      STUDENTS TO PURSUE THEIR OWN
    AREAS OF INTEREST AND STRENGTHS.

Enrichment Programmes run during class time and they
have clear links to our school values, school vision, key
competencies and support student achievement in relation to
the New Zealand Curriculum.                                                  DIGITAL
                                                                           ENRICHMENT
        THE ENRICHMENT                                               This enrichment is for students that
      PROGRAMMES INCLUDE:                                            have a passion for digital technology and
                                                                     have a desire to get involved in a wide
                                                                     variety of digital activities. Students who
              SPORTS ENRICHMENT                                      enjoy learning a variety of computer
This enrichment has been designed for students who                   programmes, coding, making apps, game
demonstrate ability and/or potential in either our core sports, or   design and 3D printing, will benefit from
across a range of sporting codes. Students learn about fitness,      this enrichment. This enrichment is for
nutrition, hydration, training techniques, sports psychology,        students who are innovative thinkers,
game strategies and how to cope with success/defeat. Guest           enjoy trying new things through the use
speakers (trainers, administrators, medical professionals and        of digital technology and display digital
pro-athletes) share their experiences and knowledge with the         creativity.
students. A highlight for the enrichment is their annual five day
sports camp held at Totara Springs in Matamata.
SCIENCE ENRICHMENT
The Science Enrichment programme gives students the
opportunity to explore and study in a scientific area of their
choice, with the support of a teacher. Popular areas of study
are forensic science, sport science, agriculture, meteorology
and astronomy. Students complete tasks, experiments and
study to work towards achieving their science badge for their
chosen area of study. Students are also able to enter the
Waikato Science Fair in the specialist areas of photography
and the scientific wall charts. Each year, the subjects for the
photography and wall charts have a different topic. Fairfield
Intermediate students have always entered competitive exhibits
into the Waikato Science Fair and we often win the top prizes,
something which we are immensely proud of.

         ENGINEERING ENRICHMENT
This enrichment has been designed for students who
demonstrate an ability to collaboratively and creatively
solve engineering problems. Students predominantly work
with rocketry, electronics, and robotics and learn to plan,
model, trial, refine, and implement solutions. A highlight for
engineering students is the opportunity to compete in the
annual ePro8 Engineering competition, where in 2019, one of
our teams gained a place in the regional finals. Other highlights
include a tour of the Gallagher manufacturing facilities and
opportunities to develop combat robotics systems.

          VISUAL ARTS ENRICHMENT
In this enrichment, students will get the opportunity to enrich
their Visual Arts skills and create artworks to a high standard
and which are of competition entry quality. Painting, digital
photography and creating large artworks will be the main focus
in a learning community of like-minded artists.

         HOSPITALITY ENRICHMENT
In the context of food and nutrition, students in the Hospitality
Enrichment will evaluate current issues and theories of nutrition,
identify and reflect on factors that influence people’s food
choices and use this knowledge to make informed decisions
regarding menu planning. Through the process of selecting,
preparing, cooking, and serving food, students will develop
their creativity and hospitality skills.
LEADERSHIP

        IT IS IMPORTANT FOR STUDENTS
           TO EXPERIENCE LEADERSHIP
          OPPORTUNITIES DURING THEIR
      SCHOOLING, TO LEARN THE ART OF
       BUILDING RELATIONSHIPS WITHIN
       TEAMS, DEFINING IDENTITIES AND
        ACHIEVING TASKS EFFECTIVELY.

Fairfield Intermediate provides a number of leadership
opportunities for students. Our aim is to allow the opportunity
for our students to further develop their own personal
leadership skills and style in an authentic and supported
way, while also developing their ability to work effectively and
collaboratively with others. The main leadership roles available
to students are:

       HEAD STUDENTS               HOUSE CAPTAINS
                      CLASS LEADERS

There are also a number of other roles/responsibilities available
for students, such as:

   LIBRARIANS                           ENVIRO TEAM
   DIGITAL ARMY                         TECH HELPERS
   PE MONITORS/                         PE SHED
   MANAGERS                             MONITORS
   INTERNATIONAL                        TRAIN DRIVERS
   BUDDIES                              (RECEPTIONISTS)
   FLAG MONITORS
INTERNATIONAL

          FAIRFIELD INTERMEDIATE HAS
            A STRONG INTERNATIONAL
    DEPARTMENT WITH STUDENTS FROM
       MANY COUNTRIES COMING HERE TO
       STUDY ENGLISH AND BE IMMERSED
            IN NEW ZEALAND CULTURE.                                    INTERNATIONAL
International students are integrated into all aspects of our
                                                                            TRIPS
school as well as receiving specialist assistance to improve
their English language skills. Interacting with International       Currently we have on offer international
students provides a wonderful opportunity for all students to       exchanges operating to Japan and China.
widen their knowledge of the world.                                 These trips are an amazing opportunity
                                                                    for students to experience a culture
                                                                    that is different from their own. These
         HIGHLIGHTS OF OUR                                          exchanges are fully funded by the families
          INTERNATIONAL                                             of students who attend.

        PROGRAMME INCLUDE:
   •   Quality English language programmes delivered
       to small group ESOL classes along with individual
       ESOL programmes tailored to specific student needs
       with experienced, well qualified English Language
       Teachers and in-class support and assistance from the
       International Staff.
   •   A close family environment with a focus on the happiness,
       safety and well being of International children. Caring
       and thorough Pastoral Care Systems as required by the
       NZ Code of Conduct for International Students matched
       with friendly, experienced homestay families overseen
       by the school.
   •   Participation in all school-wide activities – particularly
       camps, trips, sporting and cultural interschool events.
   •   Email, video-conferencing, telecommunication facilities
       for communicating with families in their home country.
   •   Visa, banking, insurance and immigration services
       available.
UNIFORM
                                                                 Wearing of school uniform is compulsory
                                                                 both in school and while involved in school
                                                                 events and trips unless specific exemption
                                                                 permission is given by the Principal. The
                                                                 only exception to this is while attending
                                                                 school camps where mufti is worn.

                                                                 Please ensure that uniform items are
                                                                 clearly labelled so that they can be
                                                                 returned to the rightful owner if they
                                                                 become misplaced.

              GIRLS UNIFORM
SKORT          Navy blue with school logo
POLO SHIRT     Blue with school logo
SWEATSHIRT Navy blue with school logo
SOCKS          White ankle or knee length
STOCKINGS      Navy/Black opaque stockings
               (Optional in terms two and three)
FOOTWEAR
Summer         Black Roman Sandals (Or similar style)
Winter         Black school type/style leather lace-up shoes,
               Mary Jane style that must be polishable.
               Please note - Black boots, slip on and/or brown
               shoes are not within the acceptable school
               uniform code - this includes any shoe that is
               higher than the ankle.

               BOYS UNIFORM
SHORTS         Navy blue with school logo
POLO SHIRT     Blue with school logo
SWEATSHIRT Navy blue with school logo
SOCKS          Fairfield Intermediate school socks
FOOTWEAR
Summer         Black Roman Sandals (Or similar style)
Winter         Black school type/style leather lace-up shoes,
               that must be polishable.
               Please note - Black boots, slip on and/or brown
               shoes are not within the acceptable school
               uniform code - this includes any shoe that is
               higher than the ankle.

           Uniforms can be purchased from:
  NZ Uniforms, corner Tristram and Rostrevor Streets.
                 Phone (07) 839 4550.
PHYSICAL           PHYSICAL EDUCATION
                          UNIFORM
EDUCATION            FOR BOYS AND GIRLS
 UNIFORM    TOP                Official Fairfield Intermediate PE shirt

            SHORTS             Official Fairfield Intermediate PE shorts

                      FOR BOYS AND GIRLS
            CAP                Fairfield Intermediate cap
                               (Compulsory in terms one and four)

            JACKET             Official Fairfield Intermediate jacket

            TRACKPANTS Official Fairfield Intermediate trackpants

            BEANIE             Navy blue with Fairfield Intermediate logo

                                JEWELLERY
            Students may wear:
               •   Single small gold or silver stud in each ear lobe.
               •   One wrist watch.
               •   One necklace/bone carving that has cultural or
                   religious significance.
               •   No other jewellery is acceptable. Nose and other
                   piercings are not acceptable.
               •   Nail polish and makeup is not permitted.

                        HAIR ACCESSORIES
            Hair is to be in a tidy style and long hair is to be tied back. Hair
            ties are to be either navy blue, gold, white or black. Hair is to
            be pulled back from face and natural hair colour. No design
            that is to distract from learning.
FAIRFIELD INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL
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                                                                          Loo
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                 Service Vehicle
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                    Entrance
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                                                                        Reception                                 Staff
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               Pedestrian Entrance
                                                                                         Bike
                                                                                        Stand

                                                                 Library
                        Physics

                                                                                                                                 Music

                                                                                                               AUDITORIUM
                                                   Bio-                                                                                           SOCCER
                                               technology
                                                                          Teacher                                                                  FIELD
                                                                         Resource
                                                                                                               International
                                                                                                                   Room
                        Work
                        Shop

                                  Design
                                                                                      Support

                                                                                                Reading

                                                                             Visual
                                  Room                Hauora
                                                                              Art
                                                                                                                   Cycle Entrance

                            Caretaker                                                                                                    Dental
                                                                                                                                         Clinic
FAIRFIELD INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL

261 Clarkin Rd PO Box 12026 Chartwell Square,
          Hamilton 3248, New Zealand
            Telephone: 07 855 9718
 Email: mail@fairfieldintermediate.school.nz
 Website: www.fairfieldintermediate.school.nz
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