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Fairfield Farm College in The Good Schools GuideThe Wiltshire Times - 10th August 2016

FAIRFIELD Farm College has been selected to appear in The Good Schools Guide for the first time.

The Dilton Marsh college, which caters for 16-25 year olds with moderate and severe learning disabilities, was picked out for its dedication to helping students grow in confidence and gain valuable work experience.

Farming students at the college look after livestock, horticulture students grow all the produce used and sold by the college and the engineering students fix mechanical problems with equipment, which impressed the guide's representatives.

Principal of the college, Tina Pagett, said: "We are not a conventional 'school' so we were thrilled to be approached by The Good Schools Guide to work with us. Read more

To read The Good Schools Guide's review of Fairfield Farm College, click here

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