Farsley Farfield Primary School

Head Teacher's Blog

Head teacher blog 23rd November

23/11/2018 · 1 comment

The weather has turned colder and more miserable and the winter sniffles have definitely arrived. More seriously, a local school has been heavily hit by influenza this week (more than half of Year 3 off school for example). Next week we have influenza vaccinations in our school for all those children up to Y5 Read More

Head teacher blog 16th November 2018

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It was a startling sight at times today at school: staff and children dressed as ‘Rock Stars’ as part of Children in Need and to raise the profile of our big push on times tables through the ‘Times Tables Rock Stars’ website and lessons.  Many thanks for everyone’s support. I have been showing lots Read More

Headteacher Blog 9th November

09/11/2018 · No comments yet

I hope that all our Hindu and Sikh families had an enjoyable Diwali this week. In school we have been looking at ‘Behaviour and Engagement’: dropping into classes and observing standards of behaviour and pupils’ commitment to their learning. What we have observed has been very positive. Children are working hard and are typically Read More

Head teacher blog October 26th 2018

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This week at school has been dominated by parents’ evenings on Tuesdays and Wednesdays. These were overwhelmingly positive which reflects a positive start to the new school year. We have had some exciting new arrivals this week: a brand new minibus and a couple of piglets! The minibus was bought with a significant donation Read More

Harvest Festival/Headteacher’s blog 19th October 2018

20/10/2018 · 2 comments

It was good to see so many parents, grandparents and carers in the audience to day for Harvest Festival (Y1-6). Thank you for your support. I thought that the children all spoke and sang well – I hope that you could hear and see at the back. Harvest Festival is a ‘big deal’ for Read More