Working in Partnership

Our school is supported by the North Huddersfield Trust, which is a partnership made up of local, national and international representatives from the world of education, business, sport, community and charity.

Working in partnership with these groups means that we can offer our students a vast range of opportunities to broaden their education up to and beyond the age of 16.


North Huddersfield Trust School is a new dynamic, innovative and caring Foundation Trust School.

Catering for students aged 11-16; we foster a strong sense of community within a supportive environment in which respect is required from everyone, towards everyone and everything.

Looking ahead

We aim to become the high school of first choice for our local families, providing an outstanding education in a school that stands at the heart of its community.


Year 11 pre-public exams

The Year 11 pre-public exams commence w/c 29th February.Pre-public exams logo

To view the timetable click here.

You can find revision tips and techniques on the Parents page under Study Support.

Coffee morning Friday 29th January

Our half termly coffee morning is this Friday, 10-11am.  Come join us for a cuppa and a slice of cake.  We can share details of our adult learning courses, update you on the school’s progress and you can meet and chat with other parents.  All welcome!


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Winter weather

With the first wintery conditions of the year arriving please remember that we will inform parents/carers and students of any closures through our text messaging service, our website, Kirklees website and through announcements on local radio stations.

Please ensure that the school office has your up to date contact details our download the MyEd App from the Apple App Store or Google Play Store to receive notifications.winter-weather

It is our intention, where possible, to continue to open as normal during periods of inclement weather. The continued education of our students is paramount and we are aware of the impact on parents and carers if the school is closed at short notice. However, careful assessment needs to be made about whether opening in snowy conditions is appropriate and many factors have to be considered.  On days of potential difficulty due to snow, early inspection of the site is conducted and a decision is taken.  We endeavour to provide parents with as much notice as possible.


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