Farsley Farfield Primary School

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Headteacher blog 22nd June 2018

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Year 2 went to Skelton Grange nature reserve this week and some of them found newts and a lizard: how fantastic is that? Our infants visit lots of nature reserves – Rodley and Denso Marston as well as Skelton Grange – but our juniors don’t. We will need to address that next year. The Read More

Headteacher blog 15th June 2018

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Happy Eid to all our Muslim families! This week our Y1 children have been doing their statutory phonics assessments and they have been doing really well. Thank you to all the staff for their collective efforts and to families who have clearly been practising at home. Well done! On Tuesday we welcomed all our Read More

Headteacher blog June 8th 2018

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This week Year 6 have been on residential at How Stean Gorge and they have had an amazing time! The weather has been better this year and the children have had the challenge of abseiling, gorge scrambling, via ferrata, caving and canoeing. They have really enjoyed camping with their friends and they have been Read More

Headteacher’s blog 25th May 2018

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Year 5 have had a fabulous week in the Yorkshire Dales on their annual residential. They have been caving, mountain biking, walking amongst waterfalls and learning about rocks and rivers. Equally importantly, the children have been away from home, taking responsibility for themselves and their kit. The children have shown good determination and tenacity Read More

Head teacher blog 18th May 2018

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This week has seen Y2 and Y6 completing SAT tests. They appear to have gone well and children have definitely worked hard. The teachers have set a healthy tone – do your best but don’t obsess about them – and most children will have actually enjoyed the week.  Whatever the level of attainment shown, Read More

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