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Unfortunately, school is now full and we cannot take any more children before September.

Welcome to St Patrick's Catholic Primary School


Welcome to St Patrick's Catholic Primary School which is one of the family of Catholic primary schools in the Diocese of Leeds, serving within our parish the communities of St Patricks Church in Huddersfield and Holy Family Church in Slaithwaite. Central to our mission is the message of Jesus which lies at the heart of all that we try to achieve.

If you would like to know more about us, a visit to the school will help you appreciate the caring atmosphere we provide for our children enabling them to flourish and grow to become independent learners. Many Blessings!

St Patrick's Message to You 3.mp4

Zoom Club Schedule

(click on Activities for Home tab for details)

A chance to say ‘Goodbye’ to current Class Teachers:

Monday 6th July: 1pm - Year 1

Monday 6th July: 2pm - Year 2

Tuesday 7th July: 1pm  - Year 6

Wednesday 8th July: 1pm - Year 3

Wednesday 8th July: 2pm - Year 5

Thursday 9th July: 1pm - Year 4

Friday 10th July: 9:30am - EYFS

A chance for children in the following Year groups to say ‘Hello’ to their new class teachers:

(e.g. If you are in EYFS, please join us on Monday 13th July to meet your new Y1 Class Teachers)

Monday 13th July: 1pm - EYFS to meet their new Y1 Class Teachers

Monday 13th July: 2pm - Year 1 to meet their new Y2 Class Teachers

Tuesday 14th July: 1pm - Year 2 to meet their new Y3 Class Teachers

Tuesday 14th July: 2pm  - Year 3 to meet their new Y4 Class Teachers

Wednesday 15th July: 1pm - Year 4 to meet their new Y5 Class Teachers

Wednesday 15th July: 2pm - Year 5 to meet their new Y6 Class Teachers

Goodbye Year 6!

Thursday 16th July: 10am - Year 6 Leavers’ Mass

Thursday 16th July: 1:30pm -  Year 6 Leavers’ Assembly


School News Feed
  • General
    30 June 2020
    Wellbeing Pack 6
    Please find attached the latest Wellbeing Pack from S2R. The theme is 'Reflection: 5 Ways to Wellbeing.' It includes useful tips on taking care of ourselves, and also includes a recipe for homemade bath salts and hand scrub. (Which is useful for everyone with all the extra hand washing!)
  • Newsletter
    26 June 2020
    Newsletter Issue 36
    Please find attached this week's Newsletter. Thank you to everyone who has joined us for a Zoom Club this week - it has been absolutely brilliant to see so many of you! New Meeting IDs and Passwords will be sent out on Monday.
  • Important
    26 June 2020
    School Places
    School began a phased reopening on 1st June. We have since provided places for Keyworker Children and children in EYFS, Year 1 and Year 6. We currently have very limited places with only 4 spaces left for Key Stage 2 children. Unfortunately, EYFS & KS1 Pods are now full. If you do require a school place, you may email the school office, however, families must now be aware that we may not have a space available for your child.
  • Newsletter
    19 June 2020
    Newsletter - Issue 35
    Good morning, Please find attached this week's newsletter. Hope you have a lovely weekend. Thank you.
  • General
    17 June 2020
    Wellbeing Pack 5
    The Week 5 Wellbeing pack is available from S2R. This resource is a little reminder to all of us that we need to take care of our own Mental Wellbeing, particularly during this time. The theme for this pack is: Take Notice. By taking notice of the things around us and the way we feel, it helps us to appreciate what we have and opens our minds to new possibilities.
  • Newsletter
    12 June 2020
    Newsletter - Issue 34
    Good morning, Please find attached this week's newsletter. Thank you.
  • General
    10 June 2020
    Wellbeing Support Packs
    S2R ( https://www.s2r.org.uk/ ) have created a series of Wellbeing Packs for anyone who is finding this period difficult. "We know it can be difficult to connect with others, remain engaged and stay motivated in the unusual circumstances we are living in, so we wanted to send you a little something to keep you feeling connected, also getting creative is a great way to keep your mind occupied, and feeling calm and relaxed. The Wellbeing packs are designed around the national Ways to Wellbeing initiative, these are recognised to keep you fit and healthy in different ways, each pack will have different tips and a creative activity for you to try. Remember it’s really important to follow current Government Guidelines to keep yourself and others safe. If you would like to chat with someone about your wellbeing or would like to know more about S2R please give us a call on 07933353487 (between 10am - 4pm.)"
  • General
    8 June 2020
    Child Safety in the Home
    Last week was Child Safety Week, with a focus on safety in the home while so many children are spending more time there. We have attached a free resource with some simple tips on how to prevent accidents in the home and on roads. Take a look at the Child Accident Prevention Trust for further tips and advice: https://www.capt.org.uk/
  • General
    8 June 2020
    Support for Employment and Adult Learning
    Please find attached some support from Kirklees 'Hopeful Families' for anyone trying to get back into work. There are also some useful online courses from the Kirklees Success Centre.
  • General
    8 June 2020
    Support and Help for Families
    Practical Help and Support for any families struggling financially or practically. Please remember that school is still here to offer support, advice and signposting for anyone who needs it. This situation has gone on for far longer than anyone perhaps imagined and there is little certainty about an end at this point. Many of our families have coped in very difficult circumstances for many months, and if we can help, please let us know. Please contact the school office to speak to Mrs Holmes.
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