Farsley Farfield Primary School

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Headteacher blog 20th July 2018

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It has been a good year: a very positive Ofsted inspection, standards that are around the national average or above in statutory assessments and some good school improvement initiatives have been actioned to further develop provision. We are all just about ready for the summer holiday – staff and children alike – but that Read More

Headteacher blog 13th July 2018

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I enjoyed a fabulous concert at Pudsey Civic Hall on Thursday evening as a dozen or so children in Years 5 and 6 performed with students from Springbank and Priesthorpe in a show called ‘Rhythms of the World’. Working with specialist teachers from Leeds City Council Artforms and Punjabi Roots, the children experienced djembe, Read More

Headteacher blog 6th July 2018

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Last week’s ‘Friends of Farfield’ Camp-Over was a great success again and has raised £3000 towards  another new minibus. This was a great community event and I am immensely grateful to Diane and her team of volunteers for their brilliant work.  It is always great to see happy children playing freely for hours across Read More

Headteacher blog 29th June 2018

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I have been thinking about a sense of belonging this week. Year 4 have been creating shields with symbols of those things that mean most to them or that they feel define them. Icons relating to X Box and Playstation were quite prevalent, but so were family, friends, religion and clubs that the children Read More

Headteacher blog 22nd June 2018

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Year 2 went to Skelton Grange nature reserve this week and some of them found newts and a lizard: how fantastic is that? Our infants visit lots of nature reserves – Rodley and Denso Marston as well as Skelton Grange – but our juniors don’t. We will need to address that next year. The Read More