Farsley Farfield Primary School

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Headteacher blog December 13th 2019

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It was great to see so many people supporting our PTA Christmas Fair on Wednesday and the event, along with the raffle, raised about £1700 for their funds. Many, many thanks to all the volunteers that made it happen on the day and in the preparations; these things don’t just happen miraculously at 3.30!  Read More

Headteacher blog Friday 6th December

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At this time of year, I do lots of school tours for prospective parents. If it is a morning tour, we typically see English and maths lessons and the school seems calm and orderly. In the afternoons, the curriculum is usually more varied and we see more science, PE, topic, cooking, farming, music, art Read More

Head teacher blog 29th November

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It was a very decent turn-out at Farsley Lights on Wednesday evening given the weather. This event, along with next Tuesday’s Leeds Town Hall School’s Concert, always marks the start of our countdown to Christmas. This afternoon we have sent home Christmas Fair information and raffle tickets, and halls are resounding to nativity and Read More

Headteacher blog 22nd November 2019

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This week there has been a report about a global epidemic of inactivity amongst young people. Whilst the report focuses on 11-16 year olds, there have been similar concerns about younger children too. Having been on lunch duty all week, I have been really pleased to observe very high levels of physical activity in Read More

Head teacher blog 15th November 2019

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Yet another wet week at Farfield but that hasn’t dampened our spirits!  Today the children and staff have come dressed spectacularly for Children in Need and they are raising lots of money for this good cause. On Tuesday and Thursday the Year 1 classes visited Skipton Castle; the guide commented on the children’s attentiveness Read More