Farsley Farfield Primary School

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Head teacher blog February 15th 2019

14/02/2019 · 1 comment

Thursday was the day of love and I saw so much to love in school on that day. The morning consisted of a Farsley Learning Alliance review of writing across our school with the heads of the other Farsley primary schools, their leaders and our School Improvement Advisor joining with our own senior leadership Read More

Headteacher blog 8th February 2019

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As you may know, I am on secondment for 50% of the time with Leeds Children’s Services. I do miss school sometimes, and I often find that my remaining time in school is disproportionately spent in meetings rather than with children and colleagues in classrooms. Fortunately, we have very strong teaching and support teams Read More

Head teacher blog 1st February 2019

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It has been a typically busy and exciting week at Farfield. I am always particularly pleased when the school makes good use of expertise and opportunities from the local community and this has been evident this week. On Monday, both Year 6 classes went to visit Sunnybank Mills to explore our local heritage. This Read More

Headteacher blog 25th January 2019

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It has been back to the sixties in Year 2 this week with visitors reminiscing and a day-long workshop that ended with an enjoyable performance for parents. It has been great to have such a vibrant, ‘living’ topic but it does make me feel old that a decade I lived in is now a Read More

Head teacher blog 18th January 2019

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I have been thinking about food a lot this week. On Tuesday we had an interesting day with a researcher working on behalf of Public Health England who is doing a food case study on our school prior to a consultation on changes to School Food Standards. This is such a broad issue about Read More