We can dream it! We can do it!
Quote of the week:
It's not how good you are. It's how good you want to be!
Message of the week from the children:
Message from Mrs Jackson:
Welcome all to a very busy week!
Last week our fantastic year 6 were on national television showing their enterprise skills to the nation. I have had so many contacts from people in Bradford saying how incredible the children are - well done to all!
Our Reception children have all visited Cannon Hall Farm where they have learned about farm animals and life on a farm. Cannon Hall managers have contacted me to say how impressed they were with the children and their knowledge of the animals. The children also said they loved the visit. Our Year 5 children also visited Saltaire looking at their Victorian theme and Year 3 continue their work with Nell Bank outdoor learning centre, whilst Year 1 visited Ogden Water.
Our work continues with our partner school Sandal Primary School and all the staff team at Marshfield visited Sandal on Wednesday to focus on assessment. The Sandal school council will begin visiting Marshfield after the half term.
Bradford trident community group met with our community team and are beginning their anti drugs work with us after half term.
Year 6 will be undertaking the SATs tests this week and we wish them well. They are well prepared and are encouraged to attend breakfast club everyday this week.
Have a good week everyone.
Welcome to Marshfield Primary School...
It is a great pleasure to welcome you, on behalf of all staff, Governors, parents and children, to the website of Marshfield Primary School in Little Horton, Bradford West Yorkshire.
At Marshfield Primary School we aim to provide our children with the best possible education and to develop the whole child during their time with us. The schools aims to serve its community by providing an education of the highest quality. This is achieved through a happy, stimulating learning environment where excellent staff and resources ensure the children achieve their potential.
We believe that this is achieved through a close and trusting relationship between home and school, working together at all times to promote the vision, aims and ethos of the school and community. We are committed to raising standards and the cultivation of positive achievements through exciting learning.
The staff and Governors recognise the essential involvement of the local and global community and extend a sincere welcome to all interested parties to a participation and greater understanding of communities and school working side by side to improve life chances for our children.
Mrs Colleen Jackson, Head teacher
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