Highfield Primary School, Leeds
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    Welcome to Highfield Primary School.

    I hope you will enjoy seeing some of the work and achievements of our children.

    With strong parental support, passionate teaching staff, an active governing body, and, most importantly, wonderful children, we are more than just a school. We are a community that works together to provide a learning environment where children can flourish and fulfil their potential. In their seven-year journey through Highfield, our children experience a diverse, inclusive, culturally rich curriculum which prepares them for the next steps in their education and beyond. If you would like to see more, you can view our prospectus. You are also welcome to come and visit us and experience our beautiful grounds which we use to enrich learning.

     Enjoy your visit to our website and I look forward to welcoming you to our school and community.

     Mr Feeley

     

    Latest News

    We thoroughly enjoyed our triathlon event at John Smeaton Leisure Centre yesterday. We were really proud to see all of our participants completing a challenging swim, bike and run. This has been set up and developed by the Brownlee Foundation- the legacy of our homegrown sporting heroes, Jonny and Alistair Brownlee. Best of all, it was really good fun!























    May 21st, 2024

    We thoroughly enjoyed our triathlon event at John Smeaton Leisure Centre yesterday. We were really proud to ...

    Richard came to school to lead an assembly and a workshop for Year Six. We were finding out how to use renewable energy to heat and light schools and houses. With both solar panels and an energy efficient heat pump in school, Highfield is really leading the way when it comes to this important aspect of modern life.


    May 21st, 2024

    Richard came to school to lead an assembly and a workshop for Year Six. We were finding ...

    Today, 6G had a visit from Richard, a renewable energy expert from Solar for Schools. We learned how to measure light, heat sources and carbon dioxide. We discussed how the legacy of the industrial revolution is affecting life for us today. It is hugely important to turn lights and other electronic devices off when we are not using them. This is just one small act that will help the planet drastically in the future.  We were challenged to find the most energy efficient way to keep the school open. We had some fantastic discussions and even considered a four-day-week... 


    May 21st, 2024

    Today, 6G had a visit from Richard, a renewable energy expert from Solar for Schools. We learned ...

    Year 6 have had a busy week! They have shown resilience, determination and huge amounts of effort when taking their SATS tests this week. They then capped it all off with a visit to their buddies in Reception on Friday. They really have shown off their best qualities this week! We're proud of you!





    May 19th, 2024

    Year 6 have had a busy week! They have shown resilience, determination and huge amounts of effort ...

    Year 1 had a brilliant science lesson today. We investigated what different seeds look like, chose which seed wanted to grow and planted it. We then wrote some instructions for how to plant a seed. 














    May 17th, 2024

    Year 1 had a brilliant science lesson today. We investigated what different seeds look like, chose which ...

    Upcoming Events

    Half Term Holiday

    Half Term Holiday

    Half Term Holiday

    May 25th, 2024

    School opens

    School opens

    School opens

    June 3rd, 2024

    Class Photographs

    Class Photographs

    Class Photographs

    June 3rd, 2024

    Year 4 - multiplication check

    Year 4 - multiplication check

    Year 4 - multiplication check

    June 3rd, 2024

    Book Look 3.30 -4.00 p.m

    Book Look 3.30 -4.00 p.m. Parents Welcome

    Book Look 3.30 -4.00 p.m

    June 4th, 2024