Executive Headteacher's Welcome

Royds Hall Community School is a successful and over-subscribed through school providing high quality education for 1200 children from age 3 to 16 across three sites, with 11-16 students based in the Wilson Building, 4-11 at Luck Lane Primary and 3-11, including nursery, at Beech Primary. Our new primary building on the Luck Lane site opened in September 2016 where numbers will grow to 420 by September 2020 as new groups of reception children join the school.

We are the Kirklees Specialist Provision Hub for students with Speech, Language and Communication Need. Our school is enriched by its diversity. Approximately 40 per cent of students are from various ethnic minorities and, with more than 26 languages and 30 countries represented in school; we take great pride in our role at the heart of the local community.

Read more from our Executive Headteacher here.

Important Announcements

Online Payments (Tucasi – not ParentPay) – End of XP/Vista Support

Date Added: Tuesday April 24, 2018

Dear Parent / Guardian,

What is happening?

Please be advised that from 30 April 2018 any users of Microsoft Windows XP or Microsoft Vista will no longer be able to make payments via the Tucasi Online Payments System which are processed by WorldPay. Unfortunately, users of these operating system may have to upgrade their systems to be able to make online payments from the 30th of April 2018.

Why is this happening?

This change is being enforced by the


Reception Classes 2018

Date Added: Friday April 20, 2018

We are delighted that our new Reception children have now been informed they have a place either at Beech Primary or Luck Lane Primary from September 2018.

Shortly parents and carers will receive a welcome letter from school, inviting them into school, offering a home visit and how we can work together to begin your child’s learning journey at Royds Hall Community School.

If you have any questions in the meantime please do not hesitate to contact us on 01484 463366. &


Year 8 Parents’ Evening

Date Added: Wednesday March 21, 2018

Wednesday 25th April Year 8 Parents’ Evening 4.30pm – 7.30pm

Royds Hall App

Date Added: Tuesday November 07, 2017

Have you tried our school app yet? The app allows you to view information about your child including attendance and behaviour information and much more.

Search your app store for ‘My Ed’ or use this link: http://onelink.to/7z7fc9. Once installed on your smartphone, select Royds Hall in the app and follow the set up process to link your child to the app.

Latest Blog Posts

Y3/4 Project Launch at Beech

Posted on Sunday April 22, 2018 by Andrew Quinn

Year 3 & 4 have been launching rockets for their project launch, in an attempt to answer their essential question: “Does what goes up always come down?” They designed their own rockets, and launched them in the playground after learning about gravity and forces. ​ ​

DofE Silver Expedition: Final Day

Posted on Sunday April 22, 2018 by Adam Waterfield

Today our Silver award students were out on the final day of their expedition. Again, teamwork was excellent, as were their hiking and navigation skills… including on some tricky moorland terrain. All students passed their expedition with flying colours! A huge well done!

DofE Silver Expedition: Day 2

Posted on Saturday April 21, 2018 by Adam Waterfield

Our DofE Silver students have completed day 2 of their expedition. Moral and friendship is high, with them all working as one to achieve their goals. Excellent effort thus far. Preparing to leave in the morning. Preparing their evening meals before hitting the hay for the night.

DofE Silver Expedition

Posted on Friday April 20, 2018 by Adam Waterfield

Our DofE Silver students have completed their first day’s walk and are now cooking up their evening meals.

KS2 News

Posted on Friday April 20, 2018 by Claire White

            Linked to their new summer term essential question ‘ Does what goes up always come down?’ Year 3 had a fantastic afternoon creating their own water bottle rockets and launching them into the sky.  

KS1 News

Posted on Friday April 20, 2018 by Claire White

    Linked to their new summer term essential question, ‘ What makes a house a home?’ Year 1 and Year 2 have enjoyed exploring different art techniques, drawing beautiful flowers with pastels.

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