Farsley Farfield Primary School

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Headteacher blog 22nd March 2019

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It has been lovely to see the sun shine again this week and our school grounds bustling with activity at playtimes and lunchtimes. There has be plenty of other ‘activity’ this week too. On Monday half of the Year 4 cohort took part in a skipping festival at West Leeds Academy, on Tuesday we took Read More

Headteacher blog 15th March 2019

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It has been quite a wild and windy week.  Traditionally, this has caused a headache for teachers as children bring their loud, outdoor voices into the classroom. In fact, things have remained very calm and peaceful inside the school with one teacher having to encourage their children to actually talk more as I visited Read More

Head teacher blog March 1st 2019

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It is the first day of spring and the children have enjoyed the fine, dry weather and being able to play on the grass. The temperatures have been ridiculously unseasonal, and children in Year 5 children studying plant reproduction this week have seen bees all over a tree near the farm whose pollen-filled catkin Read More

Head teacher blog February 15th 2019

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Thursday was the day of love and I saw so much to love in school on that day. The morning consisted of a Farsley Learning Alliance review of writing across our school with the heads of the other Farsley primary schools, their leaders and our School Improvement Advisor joining with our own senior leadership Read More

Headteacher blog 8th February 2019

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As you may know, I am on secondment for 50% of the time with Leeds Children’s Services. I do miss school sometimes, and I often find that my remaining time in school is disproportionately spent in meetings rather than with children and colleagues in classrooms. Fortunately, we have very strong teaching and support teams Read More