Farsley Farfield Primary School

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Headteacher’s blog 6th February

06/02/2015 · No comments yet

We are approaching half way through the school year and the mid-year assessments that I have seen so far suggest pleasing progress over the first term and a half. Teachers are drafting mid-year reports over the holidays and we will be sharing our thoughts with you at Parents’ Evening in March. This week, Year Read More

Head teacher blog 30th January

30/01/2015 · 1 comment

We have had another wintery week at Farfield. The children seem to be still enjoying it, but the adults will be happy to see it all melt!  Nursery were still able to go on their visit to Abbey House, but 2F’s trip to York was postponed. Our athletics team did their best in the Read More

Head teacher blog 23/1

23/01/2015 · No comments yet

The children have enjoyed the snowy conditions this week and we have tried our best to keep everyone safe walking around the site. The icy conditions meant that we have had to rearrange a Y2 trip to York, but 6W were still able to enjoy a visit to Leeds Art Gallery this morning. Our Read More

Headteacher blog 16th January 2015

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I have been out of school quite a lot this week attending head teacher meetings and as part of my role as education member of the Leeds Safeguarding Children Board. As I have been out so much, when I have been in school I have tried to be very visible and have toured the Read More

Head teacher blog January 9th 2015

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Welcome back after the New Year celebrations. This is my favourite term as regards academic progress as this is the term with least interruptions to the flow of lessons and learning. The children are all well-established in their classes, they are building on the foundations of term one and there are many fewer distractions Read More