Farsley Farfield Primary School

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Headteacher blog 7th June 2019

07/06/2019 · No comments yet

Eid Mubarak to all our Muslim families! My school week has been dominated by Year 6 residential at How Stean Gorge in North Yorkshire: abseiling, gorge scrambling, caving, climbing, via ferrata and camping. This is a really strong element of our PE curriculum and we were further vindicated by an unannounced visit on site Read More

Headteacher’s blog 24th May 2019

24/05/2019 · 2 comments

I spent the first three days of this week on residential in the Yorkshire Dales with 5L. We had a good trip, including caving, mountain biking and a river study. After half term, it will be Y6’s turn, heading off for a spectacular Outdoor Adventurous Activity (OAA) residential at How Stean Gorge including abseiling, Read More

Head teacher blog 17th May 2019

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It has been Y6 SATs week across the country and our children have worked hard and done their best. We await the results with anticipation. As long as they have made good progress from their various Y2 starting points, we will all be pleased.  Year 2 have also been doing some less formal SATs Read More

Head teacher blog May 10th 2019

10/05/2019 · 2 comments

We have squeezed a great deal into just four cold and wet days this week at school. Year 1 enjoyed a visiting animal workshop, learning about a range of exotic creatures. Year 3 had a soggy trip to beautiful Harlow Carr Gardens to learn more about plants and Year 4 were visited by a Read More

Head teacher blog 3rd May 2019

03/05/2019 · 1 comment

It has been a truly remarkable week at Farfield with the nation’s (and world’s) media focused on us for a few days. I was surprised by the attention but it seems a mix of food, children and animals makes a heady news-worthy mix. I think the biggest and most welcome news this week was Read More