Farsley Farfield Primary School

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Headteacher blog 3rd March 2017

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It has been a busy week of sports at Farfield with U9, U10 and U11 football teams all having matches, our cross country teams from Y4 upwards competing in a very challenging Cross Country Leeds finals and a large group of Y6 children competing, and winning bronze, in a new Cheerleading competition. Children really Read More

Head teacher blog February 24th 2017

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Our ethos statements this week included the line: ‘I can say how I feel.’ It is important that children are able to understand their feelings and emotions and feel confident in expressing them. If I was to be asked how I feel, I would reply that I have felt proud this week of the work and Read More

Head teacher blog 10/2/17

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It is the end of a busy half term and the children and staff all deserve a well-earned break.  The work in the books generally looks impressive and progress seems good. Lots of children, especially in the Juniors, have been completing half-termly assessments and these will inform mid-year reports that parents will get prior Read More

Head teacher blog Friday 3rd February

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All the children are wearing red today to support the Leeds Children’s Heart Surgery and their fund-raising. This valuable resource is currently helping at least three children in our school and we are glad to do what ever we can to support their work. This week our Year 5 children have visited Leeds City Museum Read More

Headteacher blog 20th January 2017

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This week in school, we had an inspirational visitor: Evelyne Ninsiima, a community leader from rural Uganda. Evelyne came to our school to see our school farm and to talk to some Y6 children. Back in Uganda, she leads a charity that has started and runs a school, planted a million trees and promotes Read More

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