Farsley Farfield Primary School

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Head teacher blog 19th May 2017

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Bees are important at Farfield: we have our own hives to help pollinate crops on the farm and they form the logo and learning ‘hive’ for the school. This week, bees have been centre stage with a very busy colony of bees taking over a bird box at the front of the infant conservation Read More

Head teacher blog 12/5/17

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Children have been sitting SATs tests this week (reading in Y2 and reading, grammar, spelling and maths in Y6) and I would like to thank all the children and staff for their hard work and concentration. The Y6 papers are marked externally and we get the results in July, but Y2 papers inform teacher Read More

Head teacher blog 5/5/2017

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We have had a lovely sunny week and Years 1 and 3 have had super days out at Rodley Nature Reserve and Harlow Carr Gardens respectively. Rodley Nature Reserve really is a local hidden jewel, whilst the gardens at Harlow Carr are nationally significant and are stunning in May. On Wednesday, our U11 football Read More

Head teacher’s blog 27th April 2017

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It has been good this week to meet with council officials to progress with the next stages of preparations for major building works in the summer: phase 1 of a new roof for the infants and new boilers for the juniors. The new roof, in particular, will be disruptive to some of our plans Read More

Head teacher blog April 21st 2017

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It has been an impressive start to the new term. As I have toured the classrooms, I have been very impressed with the quiet, calm, sustained effort and learning that is clearly evident. Every year group is working hard, but this is particularly the case in Years 2 and 6 as they prepare for Read More