Farsley Farfield Primary School

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Headteacher blog 18th November 2016

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I represent headteachers on the Leeds Safeguarding Children Board. This is very important work and each meeting can be inspiring one moment and upsetting the next. At yesterday’s meeting, I was given a white ribbon to wear as part of the campaign against domestic violence. This is crucial work; so many children are emotionally and Read More

Head teacher blog 11th November 2016

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Parents’ Evening seemed to go very well this week. It was good to see so many families looking at work with their children and teachers report that the consultations were overwhelmingly positive. I enjoyed chatting with families and we even managed to keep reasonably to time. The children enjoyed the snow’s fleeting visit this Read More

Headteacher blog 4/11/2016

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It is the time of year when I do lots of tours for prospective parents looking for places for Reception next year. Parents are fortunate that there are lots and lots of good schools in this area. We all have our own strengths – and weaknesses – and parents obviously need to find the Read More

Head teacher blog 21st October 2016

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It has been a very busy half term and it has ended on a high with Farsley Farfield Primary School winning the Active Schools Leeds ‘Delivering High Quality Physical Education – Innovative Curriculum PE Award 2016’ at a glitzy ceremony last night at the John Charles Centre for Sport. The school was represented by Read More

Headteacher blog 14th October 2016

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Harvest Festival was VERY busy this morning but it was great to see so many families along with over 400 children in the halls. I am grateful to all those families that were able to donate food for St George’s Crypt. The harvest display of produce from Farfield Farm was impressive: many thanks to Ms Read More

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