Farsley Farfield Primary School

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Headteacher’s blog 2/2/18

02/02/2018 · No comments yet

Year 5 are studying the Anglo-Saxons this half term and they went on the 72 bus to Leeds City Museum for a workshop to support their studies. Travelling by bus was actually part of the educational purpose of the trip: providing a new experience for some of them and opening their eyes to the Read More

Headteacher blog January 26th 2018

25/01/2018 · No comments yet

It has been a good week in Key Stage 1 with both year groups having special days. Year 1 welcomed local artist and Farfield parent Kate Park to school for a glass art workshop during which each child made a piece of glass-based artwork. On Thursday, Year 2 enjoyed a 1960s-themed workshop with an Read More

Headteacher blog 19th January 2018

19/01/2018 · No comments yet

If you practise something and focus on it, you get better; if you don’t, you don’t. This is very clear at school: we have been getting better and better results in cross country running for example, but this week our netball team really struggled against other schools. We don’t have a regular netball team Read More

Headteacher blog 11th January 2018

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It’s such a muddy and often dull time of year; we yearn for the warmer weather and springtime. I am still showing around prospective parents for next year’s intake and I keep telling them to imagine the grounds in June!  The children, however, are always bright and breezy: every time I do a tour Read More

Head teacher blog

05/01/2018 · No comments yet

Happy New Year! We have a good first week back at school: despite the miserable weather, children and staff have quickly got back into the routines of school and I have been pleased with the progress of the children over the first term as we have been reviewing assessments and work in books. This Read More