Given the current coronavirus pandemic and in line with the government guidance, we will be open for:
- Students, by prior agreement, who are the children of key workers or those classed as vulnerable
- 15th June – identified Year 10 pupils to offer some face-to-face support to supplement their remote education. Please note that places are currently being allocated to Year 10 students based on the feedback from the parental survey. In the interests of health and safety, no late requests for places will be accepted after the survey deadline which has now passed. The timetable for Year 10 will be running from 15 June until we finish for the summer holiday
For those students entitled to free school meals, Edenred voucher codes have been delivered to the email address we have on record to cover term time up to 17 July. The summer holiday voucher codes will be issued shortly to cover the summer holiday period; 1 voucher code will be issued per eligible child. If your email address has changed, please inform us as soon as possible by contacting the office email account.
Year 11 students – further information will follow regarding exam results day.
Stay safe and look after yourselves and your families.
Coronavirus guidance from the government
Work will continue to be set through FROG or through the other advertised platforms. There is also further available provision on BBC Bitesize – if we can provide particular support, please contact onlinelearning@NHTSchool.co.uk. Staff are also available on their individual school email accounts and, when not on the in-school rota, will be working from home in as effective a capacity as possible, given these circumstances.
Q - I don’t have access to the internet or a computer at home and can’t complete any of the work set on FROG
A – E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org with your name, form and the address you are staying at. We will aim to get a pack of work posted to you as soon as possible.
Q - I can’t open a file attached to a piece of homework on FROG
A – E-mail the class teacher who set the work who will be able to email it to you individually
Q - I don’t understand the work that has been set
A – E-mail the class teacher who set the work. They will be able to provide you with guidance
Q - I’ve run out of work to do in a particular subject
A – Work should be update regularly. If this isn’t the case, e-mail the class teacher for that subject who will be able to provide you with some more
Q - I can’t access FROG
A – Student Logins for Frog always remain the same as their school network (computer) login details. All students should know these login details and they should be listed within the students planner.
If a student is unable to access Frog as they have forgotten their password please contact the school IT Technician Mr Farooq who will be able to provide the password.
Q – How do you download the Microsoft Office Suite? (Word, Excel and PowerPoint)
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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