If your child is entitled to free school meals, we are awaiting government guidance on a system that will be in operation from Monday 30 March 2020. More details will be provided as soon as we have them.
Please do not respond to any message that asks you to submit your bank details to claim free school meal entitlement. Any such message is a scam.
Current situation in school and a reduction to the available on site services until the state of national emergency is lifted. We are reverting, where possible, to working remotely. Please see the information below:
– There will be no reception service in school; please do not telephone as this will only reach an answer phone service. For any general communication, please email firstname.lastname@example.org. There is also the option of contacting members of staff directly via email; please be aware that responses may take longer than normal as personal circumstances may make this challenging at the current time.
-Members of the pastoral team will continue to make regular contact with the parents/carers of vulnerable students.
-Learning resources are available via FROG. These will be updated on a regular basis in line with the information provided to all parents/carers on Friday 20 March. The majority of staff members are available via email but please be aware that a number are parents themselves and are juggling remote working with looking after their children. Some are self-isolating so may still be in the advised period and may not be well enough to work and there are added pressures of ensuring vulnerable family members are coping at the current time.
Coronavirus guidance from the government
Student Online Learning Facilities
Information and guidance for the main online learning packages we have available for students. We actively encourage parents to be involved in their children’s learning and knowing what resources are available to them can be very useful.
Welcome from the Headteacher
On behalf of governors, Trust partners, staff and students, I would like to welcome you to North Huddersfield Trust School. I am proud to be Headteacher of a successful learning community where the academic, pastoral and social needs of students are the priorities.
We value relationships between staff and students as being integral in cultivating an environment that both supports development and provides the challenge to continually improve. This is built on the values of trust and respect where the needs of every individual are understood and catered for, alongside having clear expectations for excellence in attitude, behaviour and commitment to learning. Our PRIDE agenda underpins our ethos and the expectations for all students and staff; please click here for more details.
We strive to provide an experience of school driven by positive engagement with learning, whether this is in the classroom, on a corridor, in a social space or during a trip, visit or activity. This richness of opportunity is designed not only for academic success but to develop the skills needed to become team players, role models and leaders. Our students are the people who will shape the future; our commitment is to delivering a quality of education that makes this happen.
If students leave with confidence, the ability to make decisions, the hunger to question and to understand and the motivation to constantly improve then we have fulfilled our purpose. Education is about aspirations and we hold the highest aspiration for all our students.
Please take the time to look at the information on our website. Should you have any questions, do not hesitate to contact me or the relevant member of staff.
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