Farsley Farfield Primary School

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Headteacher Blog 24th May 2024

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It is the end of the half term and it has been busy with Y6 SATs, lots of trips and Y5 residential. 5HB had a lovely time Mon-Wed this week but the weather for 5HB from Wednesday has been extremely wet! We made some adjustment to our plans to reflect this, but they still Read More

Headteacher blog 17th May 2024

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It has been Y6 SATs week across the country this week. I am sure that most of our children will have done very well, although a few did show signs of some stress despite our best efforts to make the week fun. I am particularly concerned for those children that can only just access Read More

Headteacher’s blog 10th May 2024

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It has been a glorious week at school and it is definitely feeling more ‘summery’. The weather and availability of the school fields make playtime and lunchtimes much more enjoyable. The good weather was helpful for Year 5 practising their mountain biking skills at The Chevin this week and for 4Ke on their geography Read More

Headteacher blog 3rd May 2024

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It has been wonderful to see children able to enjoy the grounds much more this week: finally, some warmer, drier weather allowing us to mow. We are way behind our usual horticultural schedule, with potatoes still going into the ground, but things will accelerate now. The orchard is beautiful and bursting with blossom; some Read More

Headteacher blog 26th April 2024

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It’s been a fine and busy week in school. Year 2 have visited the Yorkshire Wildlife Park this week: probably our longest minibus trip on the curriculum. Many thanks to the volunteer drivers. The children had a lovely time. Year 4 went to a skipping competition and we have had two U11 home football Read More