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.


School meals increase – January 2015

Please note that our school meal service team has increased the cost of a school meal to £2.10 with effect from 5th January 2015.

MP Barry Sheerman visit

MP Barry Sheerman and his aides, Gill O’Sullivan and Rory Graham visited us on 16th January and learned about the school’s latest progress.  Mr Sheerman has closely followed the school over the years and was clearly pleased with what he saw as he reported on Twitter, ” Impressive visit to North Huddersfield Trust School, dedicated staff, great leadership, wonderful students.”

Head Teacher Mr Wilson, was thrilled, “We are always proud to show off our school and the fact that such a high profile visitor has taken an active interest in our journey is a fantastic endorsement of our work.  Mr Sheerman spoke to many of our staff and students and without exception, received a warm NHTS welcome.  A lovely end to the week!”


Year 11 Holiday Learning

Keep calm and studyTo enable our Year 11 students to maximise their academic potential we will be holding some additional holiday learning activities spread over the academic year.

The learning programmes will take place during February half term (Monday 16th to Wednesday 18th), the first week of the Easter holidays (week commencing 6th April) and May half term (week commencing 25th May).  The programmes will usually last for three days and will be delivered by subject specialists.  The May half term sessions will have a strong focus on revision and examination techniques in preparation for the summer examination season.

Further details will follow but please contact us if you require further information.


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