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Established in 2011, the Friends of Farnley group provides invaluable support to staff, students and the wider community at The Farnley Academy. The group meets half termly to discuss how to best support the Academy through purposeful involvement in school life including fundraising, assistance at extra-curricular activities and campaigning in…
Did you know – if you're on benefits, your child may be entitled to free school meals! Every day children and young people across Leeds are missing out on their free school meal. Child Friendly Leeds encourages families to check if they are eligible – it could save £10 a…
The ENGAGE Programme at The Farnley Academy has been developed with a clear aim in mind; to provide parents, carers and families with understanding, skills and knowledge to be able to better support their young learners at home. Each session is designed to enable parents / carers and their children…
Whilst we endeavour to do all we can to meet the expectations of our students and their families, we recognise that there may be times when you wish to raise a concern. In the first instance, parents and carers should raise their concerns with the class teacher, form tutor or…
At The Farnley Academy we recognise that there is a very clear relationship between the regularity with which students attend school and their academic achievement. Students with good attendance records benefit from: Continuity of learning in lessons. Improved performance in examinations. Support and guidance with coursework. Maintaining friendships. Developing good…
Assembly time is an essential element of the Academy pastoral system. Every week students have an assembly in their year group, this provides an opportunity for the whole year group to come together to either reflect on key messages that relate to us personally and explore the latest issues affecting…
At The Farnley Academy we are determined to provide our students with a safe, secure and happy environment in which to learn. We expect high standards of behaviour and do our best to encourage our students to develop into responsible and valued members of the community. What is bullying? Bullying…
"Reading is a ladder out of poverty. It is probably one of the best anti-poverty, anti-deprivation, anti-crime, anti-vandalism policies you can think of." The number of young people who enjoy reading has remained stubbornly low for the past decade. According to a recent survey conducted by the National Literacy Trust…
All students are expected to maintain a high standard of personal appearance. The following is school dress: Boys' Uniform Farnley Academy V-neck, grey jumper with purple striped border (available for purchase from Price and Buckland) Striped purple / grey school tie with correct house colours (available for purchase from Price…
A full explanation of school admissions process can be obtained from the Leeds City Council website. The Farnley Academy regulates its own admissions in accordance with the national Schools Admissions Code and co-ordinates with the Schools Admissions Department of Leeds City Council. Appeals Timetable 2017 National Offers Day 1 March…
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The Farnley Academy, Chapel Lane, Leeds, LS12 5EU
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Email: info@farnley.leeds.sch.uk

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