Farsley Farfield Primary School

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Headteacher blog 24th March 2017

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Teachers have worked particularly hard this week as we have had two very busy parents’ evenings. It was good to see so many families attending and those that didn’t are being contacted again to arrange another appointment. The vast majority of feedback from last week’s mid year reports was very positive and parents seem Read More

Headteacher blog 17th March 2017

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We are fortunate at school to have a very talented and supportive parent community. This has been very evident this week as we have had five fantastic nominations for parent governors whereas some schools struggle to recruit. Each candidate looks really strong to me – I wish that we could find a role for Read More

Headteacher blog 10th March 2017

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Spring has been tantalising us this week and as soon as the sun shone and the breeze blew the field began drying out and it is great to see the Junior children across the grounds again at break times. On Wednesday I had the pleasure of accompanying class 2La on their trip to visit Read More

Headteacher blog 3rd March 2017

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It has been a busy week of sports at Farfield with U9, U10 and U11 football teams all having matches, our cross country teams from Y4 upwards competing in a very challenging Cross Country Leeds finals and a large group of Y6 children competing, and winning bronze, in a new Cheerleading competition. Children really Read More

Head teacher blog February 24th 2017

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Our ethos statements this week included the line: ‘I can say how I feel.’ It is important that children are able to understand their feelings and emotions and feel confident in expressing them. If I was to be asked how I feel, I would reply that I have felt proud this week of the work and Read More