News

  • This week we welcome our new starters into school n small groups ahead of their transition morning next week. The rest of school will visit new classrooms first and then have their transition room in early July as normal. Our year 6 children have been having visits from their high school staff and will be […]

  • We look forward to seeing you on Wednesday this week for our traditional celebrations. Costumes or hats on our theme of recycling or the environment. A parade round the village led by the May King and Queen, Art in classes on our theme and then our traditional dancing and stalls in the afternoon. If you […]

  • We are at school on Friday 24th May and close for half term at the end of the day. School reopens on Monday 3rd June.

  • The CDs have been sent home on Friday. If you would like another CD or have yet to order one, please speak to the office. Thank you to everyone who has purchased a CD. The money raised will be used to buy a bench to commemorate Mrs Grey. If you would like to make a […]

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Term Dates 2018-19

Autumn 1: Wednesday 5th Sep - Friday 26th Oct
Autumn 2: Monday 5th Nov - Thursday 20th Dec
Spring 1: Monday 7th Jan 2019 - Thursday 14th Feb
Spring 2: Monday 25th Feb - Friday 12th April
Summer 1: Monday 29th Apr - Friday 24th May
Summer 2: Monday 3rd Jun - Friday 19th July

These dates include the training days: 3.9.18, 4.9.18, 21.12.18, 15.2.19, 22.7.19

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 available on the policies page of the website.