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Our vision is to offer a safe nurturing school where we always see the best in people and believe in them. We celebrate difference, take great joy in our young people and seek to discover and develop their unique potential.

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 The Huddersfield Town Foundation

As part of Black History Month, the Huddersfield Town Foundation is delighted to be hosting two online Q&A webinars with local guests!


The webinars will be taking place on Zoom and provide an opportunity to gain an insight into the lives of local role models and learn more about their experiences of black history. Joining us on the webinars will be:


  • Huddersfield Giants first team player Michael Lawrence
  • Huddersfield Town Women’s first team player Sharone Buckle
  • Huddersfield Town Foundation community kicks participant
  • Chief Executive at Rastrick Youth Forum Natalie Pinnock-Hamilton (MBE)
  • Senior Lecturer at Huddersfield University, Berenice Golding
  • Support time recovery youth worker Richard Lewis
  • UK Trading Controller and Ossett Town United player Jordane Allison

To find out which guests will be present at each session and sign up please visit the below links:

Tuesday 27 October 2020, 6.30-7.30pm

Wednesday 28 October 2020, 3.00-4.00pm

Both webinars are guaranteed to be fantastic! There will be chance at the end to ask your own questions so please come prepared!

Please would you be able to share this excellent educational opportunity with your students as it would be great to see as many of them as possible present. All children under 18 will need to have a parent present with them whilst watching the webinar.

If you would like any more information, please contact Sofie Armitage on


Huddersfield Town Foundation - Multi-Sports Camp

As half term quickly approaches, we would like to make you aware of our Multi-Sports Camp that will be running at our Leeds Road Sports Complex from Monday 26th – Thursday 29th October. We are able to provide peace of mind to all parents and schools that children will be as safe as possible, with all precautions being taken and Government guidelines being followed, as well as children being separated into their ‘bubbles’ for the week, maintaining consistency to what they have experienced at school. Camps are open for all children aged 5-11 (Reception-Year 6), regardless of experience or ability.


We would be grateful if you were able to pass this around to your children and parents through your school newsletter, parent mail, social media or any other form of communication method that you use. Information and the link to book onto the Camps is found through the following link,