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U11s training at Leeds United’s Thorp Arch 18.1.17

20/01/2017 · No comments yet

On Wednesday, Mr Cooke accompanied some children from the U11 football team for a day-long training camp at Leeds United’s Thorp Arch. The 6 boys took part in some focussed training drills in the morning and then in the afternoon they played a number of matches in a friendly mini-tournament. This training camp was in preparation for Read More

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Headteacher blog 20th January 2017

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This week in school, we had an inspirational visitor: Evelyne Ninsiima, a community leader from rural Uganda. Evelyne came to our school to see our school farm and to talk to some Y6 children. Back in Uganda, she leads a charity that has started and runs a school, planted a million trees and promotes Read More

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Consultation on Sex and Relationships Education

07/01/2017 · No comments yet

We are consulting on the proposed revised Programme of Study for Sex and Relationship Education (SRE) that is based on the model PSHE scheme from Islington Council that is being promoted by Leeds City Council. The policy is here:  http://www.farsleyfarfield.org.uk/wp-content/uploads/2017/01/FFPS-SRE-Policy-v7-Jan-2017.pdf The proposed Programme of Study is here: http://www.farsleyfarfield.org.uk/wp-content/uploads/2017/01/Sex-and-relationships-education-SRE-PoS.pdf The survey is now closed. Thank you Read More

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School staff panto

16/12/2016 · 18 comments

If the children came home with strange tales of men in dresses, a wolf headmaster, a woman pretending to be a boy and a grisly finale involving an axe, it is strangely true. This morning there was a rough (and not very ready) performance of (Not so) Little Red Riding Hood as a traditional Read More

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What a waste?

09/11/2016 · No comments yet

Over the course of this half term, all the Y2s will be visiting the warehouse and ‘Pay as you Feel’ supermarket of the Real Junk Food Project on the Richardshaw Lane industrial estate. The first group went on Friday and visited for about 45 minutes. It was a really interesting visit and we are Read More

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