Farsley Farfield Primary School

Head Teacher's Blog

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

Headteacher blog 19th April 2024

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It was great to have the school back together on Monday although, of course, there was a great sadness shared amongst staff and the wider school community after the tragic news in the holidays. The school quickly got back into gear and Year 3 braved the weather for two successful trips to Harlow Carr Read More

Headteacher blog 28th March 2024

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I hope everyone has a great Easter break and Eid Mubarak to all our Muslim families as they celebrate Eid in the second week of the school holidays. The spring term finishes today and this means that I have now been headteacher here for exactly 20 years. That’s quite some time! I came here Read More

Headteacher blog 22nd March 2024

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It has been a challenging week with a difficult situation in the infants with a third Hepatitis A infection confirmed: the first from outside the initial family. Risks to children are still regarded as relatively mild, but the cluster of cases is being treated very seriously and there are plans to provide vaccinations to Read More