Farsley Farfield Primary School

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Headteacher’s blog 20th November 2015

20/11/2015 · 6 comments

On Tuesday I led a junior assembly that was loosely on the theme of ‘Anti-Bullying Week’ but also went on to discuss the awful events in Paris (and other cities such as Beirut and Ankara). I reassured the children in terms of the tiny level of support that these evil people have (also an Read More

Head teacher blog 13th November 2015

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First of all, I would like to wish all our Hindu and Sikh families ‘Happy Diwali’. We have a rich mix of children at Farfield and we happily celebrate and learn about a wide range of festivals – I feel that this is a strength of the school. We have also marked Remembrance with Read More

Head teacher blog November 6th 2015

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It has been good to be back in school this week. It has been very busy, with two very well-attended and positive Parents’ Evenings and a full Governors’ meeting. Year 4 had a fabulous day on Thursday learning all about the science of sound with an expert: ‘Sam the Sound Man.’  Today 5T are Read More

What a week at Farfield – Headteacher’s blog

16/10/2015 · No comments yet

It has been an amazing week at Farfield! On Tuesday the school celebrated World Maths Day and combined this with Syrian refugee fund-raising and penguins! Children dressed as penguins were in school from 8am playing Mathletics for sponsorship and then there were lessons and assemblies around the book 365 Penguins. We have already raised Read More

Headteacher blog 9th October

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It was great to see so many parents at Harvest Festival on Thursday: we hope you enjoyed it! We are considering splitting this event next year as it was so huge (and long) and many parents can’t have been able to see well. Our Year 6 children have completed their cycle training and had Read More