• Class Meetings for Year 6 – Change of Date

    Due to the Year 5 and 6 football tournament, the Year 6 class meeting will now be held on Tuesday 19th September instead of Monday 18th September at 2.55pm. A reminder that this is a chance for you to meet the class teacher and discuss arrangements for the year. The teacher will share with you […]

  • New School year starts on Wednesday

    We can’t wait to see you all on Wednesday morning for our first morning. We are all at school getting ready for the new school year. There has been a lot of work done over the summer and we are busy making sure we are ready for all the learning to come.

  • PC Whitehouse – workshops in classes 26-28th September

    We have 3 days of workshops with PC Whitehouse covering bullying, staying safe online, road safety and people who help us.

  • Mymaths superstars!

    Well done to our new year 4 and new year 6. You are easily in the lead for the number of tasks undertaken on mymaths this week. An impressive number of you have had a go. Super work – keep it up!

Read our full news archive here.

Term Dates 2017-18

Autumn 1: Wednesday 6th Sep - Friday 20th Oct
Autumn 2: Monday 30th  Oct - Thursday 21st Dec
Spring 1: Monday 8th Jan 2017 - Friday 16th Feb
Spring 2: Tuesday 27th Feb - Thursday 29th March
Summer 1: Monday 16th Apr - Friday 25th May
Summer 2: Tuesday 5th Jun - Tuesday 24th July


These dates include the training days:  4.9.17, 5.9.17, 22.12.17, 26.2.18, 4.6.18

Our School Day

07:40 Breakfast Club begins

08:40 Breakfast Club ends
08:40 Doors open for children

09:00 School day begins. All children to be in school before 9am.

11:45 EYFS and Key Stage One dinner (45 minutes)
12:35 Key Stage Two dinner (45 minutes)

15:25 School day ends
15:25 After school clubs begin

School Meals

Meals are provided by Kirklees Catering Service. For full information about our school meals, how to pay for them and eligibility for free school meals, click here.

Charging & Remissions Policy

The charging provision is determined under the guidelines set out in section 110 of the Education Reform Act 1988. Activities and visits taking place wholly or mainly in school time will be funded by requesting voluntary contributions. No child will be excluded from an activity if his or her parents are unable or unwilling to make a contribution; however, if sufficient voluntary contributions are not received then activities may have to be cancelled.

When voluntary contributions to fund a particular activity are sought, parents on low incomes or who feel they may be entitled to remission of costs should contact the Head Teacher privately.

Our charging and remissions policy is currently under review by our governors.