Email

You can access your web-based school email account from home.

You will need your username and password to gain access.

Remote Access

Staff and students can access their ‘My Documents’ area. Staff can also access The T Drive and the W Drive.

You will need your username and password to gain access.

FFD IntelliNet

You can access the FFD IntelliNet from home.

You will need your username and password to gain access.

Foldr

Access your documents from home.

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Shield

History

Founded in 1929, Fairfield Preparatory School has been an autonomous school within the Loughborough Endowed Schools Foundation since 1969.  The School is at the Endowed Schools campus, which is on the south side of Loughborough, mid-way between the cities of Nottingham and Leicester and close to the Charnwood Forest area, which is a designated area of natural beauty.  The School is co-educational and has some 500 pupils, 180 of whom are in the pre-preparatory department and 320 of whom are in the preparatory unit.  The Schools’ own Entrance examinations for those aged 4+ are held annually, although a number of pupils enter the school each year at later stages of their education.  The School has 45 teaching staff and 15 support staff.  Fairfield House is the focal point of the School.

Fairfield House (The White House) was built in 1823 and was lived in by the White family, hosiery manufacturers, until 1893.  It is the oldest part of the school and was first used by the Loughborough Endowed Schools for the girls’ junior department in 1929.  Today, it is part of this flourishing co-educational day school for children enjoying superb and outstanding facilities thanks to the foresight and wisdom of previous Heads and the Governing Body.

The School enjoys a green and extensive campus just south of the A6 on the outskirts of the University town of Loughborough.  It is the Preparatory School to Loughborough Grammar School for boys and Loughborough High School for girls.  All three schools are autonomous, and yet they share the same vision and educational ethos, supported by a very committed Board of Governors.  The catchment area for Fairfield is vast with children travelling from Leicester, Nottingham and Derby, together with Loughborough and the surrounding villages.

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