• Parents’ evening this Wednesday and Thursday

    We look forward to seeing you at parents’ evening this week. Please bring your child to their appointment. There will be refreshments available in the hall and you will have the opportunity to look through your child’s books prior to your appointment.

  • Design a Light for Christmas Competition

    Children throughout school will be designing their Christmas lights this week. They will be shortlisted and then the Preservation Society will choose a winner. The winning design will be created and lit at our Christmas event on the 5th December. Further details to follow.

  • Running event for children in Years 4-6 on Wednesday

    A note will be sent home today regarding a competition the children are entering. All children from years 4-6 will compete this week. we hope to have record numbers through to the next round!

  • Harvest Appeal 2017

    Please look out for a letter about our harvest appeal. The School Council have decided we should support the Diocesan appeal for clean water and are asking you to put pennies in a pot every time you use water.We take clean water for granted and they wish to raise our awareness of how often we […]

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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.