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Welcome to St Patrick's Catholic Primary School

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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!

Staggered Start and Finish Times

EYFS - Start: 9:10     Hometime: 3:25

Year 1 - Start: 9:10     Hometime: 3:25

Year 2 - Start: 9:10     Hometime: 3:25

Year 3 - Start: 9:05     Hometime: 3:20

Year 4 - Start: 9:05     Hometime: 3:20

Year 5 - Start: 9:00     Hometime: 3:15

Year 6 - Start: 9:00     Hometime: 3:15

Siblings - Start: 8:50   Hometime: 3:05

To keep Parents safe, we are suggesting a Pedestrian One-way system.  Keep to the right hand pavement as you walk towards and away from school wherever possible.  Parents are welcome to wear a face covering on the school playground.  Can we please ask that you stand at a safe distance from each other on the playground and that you leave the playground safely, by giving everyone space.  

Information about September

School News Feed
  • Important
    18 September 2020
    Parent/Carer Letter - Kirklees Council
    Please see attached letter from Kirklees Council.
  • Newsletter
    17 September 2020
    Newsletter - Issue 2
    Please find attached this week's newsletter. Thank you.
  • Important
    16 September 2020
    Isolation Guide
    The School Office is currently getting lots of questions about the current rules and guidelines around Covid symptoms. Please find attached a document which should make this clearer for all families, and is the guidance that the School Office is following. Call 111 if you are unsure if your child has symptoms (not the School Office.) Remember the Covid symptoms are: - a high temperature – this means you feel hot to touch on your chest or back (you do not need to measure your temperature) - a new, continuous cough – this means coughing a lot for more than an hour, or 3 or more coughing episodes in 24 hours (if you usually have a cough, it may be worse than usual) - a loss or change to your sense of smell or taste – this means you've noticed you cannot smell or taste anything, or things smell or taste different to normal Take Care and Stay Safe.
  • Newsletter
    11 September 2020
    Newsletter - Issue 1 Photo Attachment
    Please find attached a photo page showing what it looks like inside school at the moment.
  • Newsletter
    11 September 2020
    Newletter - Issue 1
    Please find attached this week's newsletter. Thank you.
  • Important
    8 September 2020
    Parent Safety
    It has been suggested by a few parents today that we try a pedestrian one-way system on the Driveway and Avenue to keep our Parents safe. We suggest you keep to the right hand pavement on the way up to and away from school. Please maintain a social distance from one another and know that you are welcome to wear a face covering if you feel more comfortable doing so. Stay Safe and Take Care.
  • General
    28 August 2020
    Mental Health Transition Guide
    Good afternoon, We hope you are all well and looking forward to the Bank Holiday weekend. Thank you to everyone who has read our guidance and asked any questions. We are collecting any responses on the school website. Miss Furlong, our Inclusion Manager, has put together this guide which has some suggested responses and resources to help your child with any worries they may have about coming back to school. We hope they are excited and we are really looking forward to seeing them.
  • General
    8 July 2020
    Northorpe Hall Free Workshops
    Northorpe Hall are offering a series of free workshops for children (Especially aged between 8 and 11.) Please follow the link to sign up. https://chewsnews.northorpehall.co.uk/workshops.php Back to School - Primary (For children in primary school aged 8-11 - must be accompanied by a parent/carer) Is your child worried about returning to school and the changes that may have taken place due to social distancing and the break in education? This practical workshop is for children and parents/carers to explore together some strategies to support this transition. Back to School - Secondary (For young people aged 11-16 - returning to secondary education) Are you struggling with the thought of going back to an education setting after covid-19? Join us online for an hour to help you explore your feelings towards this change and give practical advice and ideas on how to manage this transition. Building Resilience (For children aged 8-11 - must be accompanied by a parent) Does your child struggle to manage their emotions? Do they find it hard to cope and bounce back from difficult situations? This workshop will explore ways that you can help them build up their emotional resilience and improve their confidence. Managing Worry (For children aged 8-11 - must be accompanied by a parent) Does your child find it difficult to manage their worries? Do you find that they worry about things they don't necessarily need to? This workshop will look at practical worry managing strategies to help support your child.
  • 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!)
  • 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.
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