Farsley Farfield Primary School

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Head teacher’s blog 23rd June 2017

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This week has been generally hot and sunny and Farfield often looks its best at this time of year. I have done two tours of the school for groups of new parents joining Reception for September and they appear to have been impressed and inspired as they have seen all that the school can Read More

Headteacher blog 16th June 2017

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It was wonderful to meet so many families at the Reception Open Evening on Thursday. The children seemed delightful and confident; I am sure that they will be a good cohort. As I was speaking to the families, I was very well supported by the large Foundation Stage team. This team is very well Read More

Headteacher blog 8th June 2017

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I have had a terrific end to the week supporting 6T on their residential at How Stean Gorge near Pateley Bridge. This is a super progression from the Y5 residential: abseiling 15m down into a steep gorge and then scrambling up river is surely a memory for a lifetime. As one parent commented on Read More

Head teacher blog 26th May 2017

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It does seem that every northern community has been touched some way by the events in Manchester: events that have shown the very best and worst of humanity. We did have some Farfield families at the event but thank fully none of them were physically hurt. One of the victims was a friend of Read More

Head teacher blog 19th May 2017

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Bees are important at Farfield: we have our own hives to help pollinate crops on the farm and they form the logo and learning ‘hive’ for the school. This week, bees have been centre stage with a very busy colony of bees taking over a bird box at the front of the infant conservation Read More