Farsley Farfield Primary School

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Headteacher blog 22/7/21

22/07/2022 · 1 comment

It’s the end of a long, challenging school year and the children and staff deserve their summer holiday. It has been a very successful year, with good progress across the school and some outstanding SATs results in Year 6. All this has been achieved despite a global pandemic, continued difficulties with attendance and a Read More

Headteacher blog 15th July 2022

15/07/2022 · No comments yet

It has been a positive penultimate week of the school year. For me, the week has been dominated by proof-reading and querying reports, followed by adding a headteacher comment. There is a lot to check: how did the child attain last year, or at the end of the previous key stage; how has their Read More

Headteacher blog 8th July 2022

08/07/2022 · 1 comment

A week is a long time in politics – 48 hours even – and it has been quite a 7 days at Farfield. Last weekend we had a fantastic PTA Camp-Over on site: over 70 families camping and many hundreds more on site. It was another fabulously successful day, with so much fun to Read More

Headteacher’s blog 1/7/22

01/07/2022 · 1 comment

This week we received our Healthy Schools Award external validation report. Whilst it’s not quite ready for publication, we are delighted by the draft findings of the assessment: highly praising leadership and practice in areas such as PSHE, healthy eating, pastoral care and physical activity; recognising the high profile given to well-being and celebrating Read More

Headteacher Blog 24th June 22

24/06/2022 · No comments yet

It has been a really positive week at Farfield other than attendance which is still very low by historic standards. Chicken Pox is affecting LOTS of children, especially in the infants, and there are a lot of children on holiday with pent-up demand still working through. I don’t think it is just us, but Read More