Royds Hall Community School

Headteacher's Welcome

Royds Hall Community School is a successful and over-subscribed through school providing first-class education for 1160 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.
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Latest News

'Where is the heart of Africa?'

The children in year 3 and 4 have been working on a project on Africa entitled 'Where is the heart of Africa?'

As part of this project there is a REAL outcome - this is to raise money for the toilet twinning charity.

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Beech Primary's Toilet Twinning Project

It’s no flash in the pan – the pupils of Beech Primary really are determined to do their bit to flush away poverty.

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"Schools For Everyone"

Our Diversity Group has spent the last few months involved in planning a Kirklees-wide conference about how to make our schools more inclusive, Alongside Pennine Learning and students from Greenhead, the Diversity Group came up with ideas and worked to bring together educationalists to share good practice and learn about how to make schools more LGBT+ friendly.

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"Safer Kirklees" Drop Down Day

Year 10s took part in a Drop Down Day looking at how we can improve our community called "Safer Kirklees."

This gave students the chance to discuss and debate controversial issues like extremism and stereotyping.

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Year 9 Students Attend STEM Event

On Thursday, 8 ATL1 year 9 students attended a STEM event at Kirklees College. We met with some of the apprentices and toured the new Process Manufacturing Centre.

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STEM Week Activities

Two academic mentoring groups, 1RW and 3CC, teamed up for a STEM week activity from the Institute of Physics. Working as teams, we created a foaming reaction that was like a lava lamp in a glass.

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Liverpool Cathedrals Visit

The ERIC GCSE option travelled to Liverpool to explore the amazing spaces of the two Liverpool cathedrals. With the help of volunteer guides from the cathedrals, we learnt about the history of the two places and what the Roman Catholic and Church of England share in common and in what ways they differ.

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Fair Trade Movement at Huddersfield New College

Last week students got the unique opportunity to meet with people directly involved with the Fair Trade Movement at Huddersfield New College.

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Important Notices

Early Closure

Due to Academic Tutorial Week school will close to secondary students at 12.10pm on Friday 31st March 2017.

Adverse Weather Conditions

A reminder/copy of our adverse weather conditions policy can be found by using the More link below.

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Get our new school app now!

See the link below for more information on our new school app.

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Admissions Information Leaflet

We have added a new information leaflet regarding school admissions to our Admissions page. Please see the link below for more information or to download the leaflet.

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Latest Blog Posts

Y3/4
Posted on Wednesday March 29, 2017 by Amanda Crompton

T-shirts inspired by African designs nearly ready for our market stall on Saturday.

Year 3
Posted on Thursday March 23, 2017 by Amanda Crompton

@toilettwinning  Finishing touches to products for our market stall 1st April Huddersfield Open Market.

Year 3
Posted on Wednesday March 22, 2017 by Amanda Crompton

Working hard towards our REAL project legacy @toilettwinning #worldwaterday – Thanks for your help with our classroom toilet @Wickes

World Down Syndrome Day
Posted on Tuesday March 21, 2017 by Amanda Crompton

#lotsofsocks for World Down Syndrome Day in Maple class today. 

EOS Impact Review in Primary 
Posted on Thursday March 16, 2017 by Jo Jenkinson

Thanks to @eoseducation impact review at Royds Hall Community School Primary on Thursday 16th March. Some great feedback to move us further forward with EOS pedagogy. 

Royds PE
Posted on Tuesday March 14, 2017 by Jonathan Schofield

Year 7 footy result- lost 2-1 AET tonight in the cup. Good luck to Moor End in the next round 

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School Resources

School Publications

Magazine - Spring 2017 Magazine - Spring 2016 School Prospectus

Our Accreditations

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All monies for school lunches (paid via Tucasi School Pay) are paid direct to Kirklees Council at the following address:
Kirklees Catering, Safety House, Whitestone Lane, Fartown, Huddersfield HD1 6JY

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