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East Garforth Primary Academy

Providing all children with an exceptional education.

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Last updated: 7th Oct 2021

Cross Country

Well done to our KS2 children who took part in the West Yorkshire School Games Cross Country...


Last updated: 12th Jul 2021

Animal Handling Workshop

FS1 and FS2 participated in an animal handling workshop on Wednesday 7th July. They had...


Last updated: 7th Jul 2021

Caterpillars in FS1

Recently, we had a special delivery of caterpillars. We came up with names for our...

Our Academy

Our aim is to give you information and a taster of life at our academy. We are always keen to welcome visitors to our school so please contact us if you would like to arrange a visit or require more information.A free paper copy of any of the information on our website can be provided on request. East Garforth Primary Academy is a great place to learn and work. Our school motto is ‘Be the best you can be’ and we believe that all children, irrespective of their background, can succeed and achieve their ambitions with our core values of building language, raising aspirations and embedded nurture throughout the whole academy.

Mr S Cooke, Head of Academy

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13 October


The rain didn’t stop our very resilient children running their hearts out. Well done to all who took part in the first local Cross Country Competition at EGPA. Thank you to parents who braved the rain we really appreciate your support and course Mr Wales for organising the event.

EGPA via Twitter

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11 October


Well done to Yr3 Boys, Yr4 Girls, Yr4 Boys and Yr5 Boys who have qualified into the next round of the East Leeds Cross Country Final. A fantastic result for all who took part!

EGPA via Twitter

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8 October


Well done to our KS2 children who took part in the West Yorkshire School Games Cross Country Competition at Brigshaw High on Tuesday. They all did extremely well showing fantastic stamina, endurance, and teamwork. EGPA are very proud of them all.

EGPA via Twitter