Farsley Farfield Primary School

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Head teacher blog June 19th 2015

19/06/2015 · 1 comment

Where has the sunshine gone? This weekend, we are welcoming 75 families camping and a total of just over 500 people on site for the second Farfield PTA Camp Over. It might not be the sun-soaked affair that it was last year – and we might need a jumper – but I am sure Read More

Head teacher blog 12th June 2015

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It has been a lovely, sunny end to a good week at the school. It was the first week for a while that has been a ‘normal’ week: no one on a residential and a week that hasn’t been dominated by tests. I have been showing lots of new families around the school prior Read More

Head teacher blog 5th June 2015

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It has been a quiet week at Farfield: Year 6 have been on residential! After Year 5’s successful residential in the Yorkshire Dales in the week prior to half term, Year 6 have enjoyed a largely sunny week in Northumberland walking Hadrian’s Wall and learning about the Romans. Our girls’ cricket team enjoyed a Read More

Head teacher’s blog 22/5/15

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This week, Year 5 have been on residential in the Yorkshire Dales. The weather at the start of the week was rather wet and wild but they showed Farfield grit and determination and battled through! They have enjoyed walking, mountain biking and caving and have learnt about rivers, rocks, national parks and the history Read More

Head teacher blog 15th May 2015

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It has been a very busy week – mainly dominated by KS2 SATs.  Year 6 have worked incredibly hard over the months and this week was a chance for them to really shine and show what they can do.  The children should be very proud of theirs efforts this week.  The tests are now finished Read More