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How to Use Your Year 6 Weekly Planner

04/09/2018 at 21:50


The children in Year 6 are very excited about their new Year 6 planners!

These will now take the place of the Extreme Learning reading records and will also be used to keep track of homework and other important dates. Children must bring these to school everyday.

Parents/carers should sign the planners at the bottom of each day for any reading/maths activities that count towards Extreme Learning. The weekend activities can be written and signed in the “Notes” section on the bottom right.

Over the next few days, we would like the children to fill in the front information page with support from their parents/carers. They may also fill in the timetable and activities pages. There are copies of the weekly timetable at school which children may borrow to help them fill in the timetable page in their planner. They only need the “Week 1” page as our timetable stays the same each week.


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Vote Charlotte for Leeds Children’s Mayor

25/08/2018 at 22:32


Leeds Children’s Mayor candidate, Charlotte from Farsley Farfield Primary School, talks about her campaign to make musical opportunities more accessible for all children in Leeds.

To vote, go to: https://breezeleeds.org/have-your-say/leeds-childrens-mayor

Voting closes at 5 p.m. on Wednesday 19th September 2018

Anyone age 18 or under who lives or attends school in Leeds may vote.


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Year 6 Leavers’ Show

20/07/2018 at 16:01


How proud we all were of Year 6 on Wednesday evening! They spoke clearly, they acted brilliantly, they sang loudly and they made us laugh and cry. What a great performance!

Click here to go to to the 6S page to see the photos:



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Every Single Step of the Way & Reading Buddies

20/07/2018 at 15:59


What a week! The Year 6 children have excelled themselves this week with a wonderful Leavers’ Show and a fun Leavers’ Party.

In between rehearsals and performances, they have continued to work hard on their Roman topic by researching an aspect of life in Roman Britain and creating fantastic posters and leaflets.

This morning, we enjoyed our final Reading Buddy session with 1GJ. We have had such a lovely time with them throughout the year reading together, sharing our writing, playing games and having fun. Today we read some really interesting books, ate ice pops and played on the Infant playground.  We’ll miss our little friends as we move on to high school!

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Costumes and props!

13/07/2018 at 16:10


Year 6 have had another great week. The highlight was definitely the trip to York to see “A Midsummer Night’s Dream.” What a fantastic opportunity for our Year 6 children!


The Leavers’ Show is coming together for next week. All children need to make sure they are clear about what they need to wear for a costume and have it in school on Monday please. Many children are wearing school uniform as their costume but they need to think about what style will work best – skirts are not always great for dancing or sitting! We would like to have a full run-through with costumes on Monday morning.


We are still in need of a few props:

  • brightly coloured lunchbox
  • “Hulk” mask, toy or hands
  • Farfield book bags (2)
  • coins (1p and 2p)
  • cloth napkins (8)
  • small vases (4)
  • plastic wine glasses (8)
  • Burger King cardboard crowns (2)
  • KFC buckets (clean) (2)
  • chef or cook hats / whites / uniform

We hope you have a great weekend!

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Ancient Rome

13/07/2018 at 12:46


Follow this link to BBC Bitesize. Here, you can find lots of information about the Roman Empire.

Use some of this information to create a poster about something you find interesting to do with the Romans: Emperors, gladiators, Roman gods, life in the Roman army – it could be anything you want!



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