Farsley Farfield Primary School

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Headteacher blog 20th May 2016

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It has been Year 2’s turn to sit SATs tests and they seemed to enjoy their ‘quizzes’ this week. These tests will inform Teacher Assessments in June by which time the government might have decided what the pass mark may be!  Year 1 had an exciting time earlier in the week as they were Read More

Headteacher blog 13/5/2016

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This week has been the week of Year 6 SATs: new, ‘improved’, much harder SATs. The children (and staff) have worked really hard to cover the curriculum and make reasonable preparations for the tests. The assessments certainly were challenging and it will be interesting to see where the government determines the pass mark to Read More

Headteacher blog 6th May 2016

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It has been an unusual week with an historic first ‘strike’ by some of our families in support of the ‘Let our kids be kids’ campaign. About 12 children were kept off school on Tuesday, with many other families writing to me in support of the campaign’s aims. The basic thrust of the campaign Read More

Headteacher blog 29th April 2016

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What a difference a week makes! Last week we felt like we were really welcoming the warmer weather and the school grounds were thronging with children enjoying themselves and learning outdoors. We have been outdoors a lot this week too – Reception and Nursery on the farm, 1GJ at Rodley Nature Reserve, 5T cycle Read More

Headteacher blog 22nd April 2016

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It is great to be back at school after the Easter break and the sunshine this week is so welcome. Farfield in the summer months is a wonderful place to be: this week there have been so many classes making use of the school grounds and Farfield Farm to enhance learning, and at playtimes Read More