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School News

Annual Prize-Giving Evening

Our annual Prize-Giving Evening again took place in the magnificent surroundings of the Huddersfield Town Hall on Thursday 19th October.

We were delighted to welcome our guest speaker and Trustee, Alasdair Brown, Chief Executive of Kirklees Active Leisure.

Our prize-giving evening is a celebration of yet another fantastic year for the school.  The atmosphere in the Town Hall was magical and emotions ran high as our school choir commenced the evening with a stunning performance of ‘For Good’ fror the musical Wicked and they went on to finish the evening with yet another amazing performance of “I Dreamed a Dream” from musical Les Miserables.  Our school dancers also provided a fantastic musical interlude and parents and guests enjoyed seeing NHTS “A year in pictures”.

Many awards were given out to students for attainment and commitment to learning, along with our special awards sponsored by the school’s Trust partners.


Our thanks go to:

  • Our Students
  • Our Trustees and Governors for their continued support
  • Our parents for supporting learning and achievement of the school

We would like to say a special thank you to Vision for Education for their very kind donation towards the stage flowers which made the venue look even more majestic.

Forget Me Not Children’s Hospice

Recently, Miss L Taylor, took some of our students to visit the Forget Me Not Children’s Hospice to witness first-hand the fantastic work that the hospice does for hundreds of children and their families.

The hospice is one of the school’s nominated charities and it was therefore an emotional visit to see how fundraising money is spent and the difference it makes by offering such wonderful care to families.

FREE Adult Learning Courses

How Schools Work course

A FREE course running for 8 weeks on a Wednesday mornings from 4th October (9:15am to 12:15pm) covering how schools operate, including safeguarding, curriculum and Ofsted.  Excellent for parents of all school-age children and anyone considering a career in education.

Maths and English GCSE courses

We are offering FREE maths and English GCSE courses – this is an excellent opportunity and the first time that community based GCSE courses have been offered for adults locally.  Come along to the free taster session on Friday 6th October from 10am to 1pm.

The courses are open to all adults, with priority given to Ashbrow Ward and Birkby residents.  A warm welcome awaits!

For more details please contact Lorna Wright 01484 452100, extension 206.

New community bus launched

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The service is operated using a modern 16 seat minibus and works in the same way as a regular bus service. The bus stops at all bus stops, accepts concessionary bus passes and Metro Cards with great value fares for all others. No need to book, just turn up and go! The bus is driven by a regular, friendly and helpful driver to assist passengers to board and alight.

Excellent access to Northfield Hall.  Please click here for the timetable.


School Calendar

Tuesday 24 October
  • Maths Dr Year 11 (Fractions/Ratio) -KCO

    Tuesday 24 October @ 7:25 am - 7:50 am

Wednesday 25 October
  • How Schools Work course

    Wednesday 25 October @ 9:15 am - 12:15 pm

Thursday 26 October
  • Maths Dr Year 11 (Fractions/Ratio) -KCO

    Thursday 26 October @ 7:25 am - 7:50 am