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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!

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A message from the staff at St Patrick's to you

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From our Children!

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  • General
    7 May 2020
    Support and Help for Families
    An updated support booklet, which now also includes information about Safe Spaces at Boots pharmacists for anyone suffering from domestic abuse. Also attached is advice about preventing fires in the home, and also information about Kirklees employment support and the range of free courses available for adults.
  • Newsletter
    7 May 2020
    Newsletter Issue 30
    This week we think about resources to support reading at home and introduce a new Sporting Challenge. We also offer ideas on how to celebrate Deaf Awareness Week and VE Day. Thank you to everyone for the work you have sent into school and for your lovely messages and videos. Everything is very much appreciated! We know there is continued speculation in the News about Schools reopening, but there is no clear information on this yet. As soon as we have any definite information to share, we will be in touch with families through SchoolPing and the School Website. Until then, we will continue to upload weekly work activities on the website and to send our weekly newsletters to keep supporting the School Community. Enjoy a wonderful weekend, take care and stay safe.
  • General
    6 May 2020
    Message from the Rt Revd Marcus Stock, Bishop of Leeds, regarding the Coronavirus Crisis
    A message from Bishop Marcus to everyone at this time.
  • Club
    4 May 2020
    Adult Learning online offer
    Adult & Community Learning has been changing and adapting its offer so that we can support our residents during this period of lockdown and social distancing. Why not take this time to develop your skills or just for fun from the comfort of your own home. Offering a range of short courses and workshops, there should be something to suit everyone. We can work with any adult aged over 19 and this includes council staff or your relatives/ families/ contacts/teams. We have courses to help with employability skills, boost confidence and thinking skills, health and wellbeing, eating healthily and on a budget as well helping you cope with isolation. We also have courses for supporting family learning, phonics, supporting reading and how to manage challenging behaviour too. Courses are a combination of tutor led delivery (about an hour per session), short homework sessions and individual personalised tutor support time. You will be emailed all the resources that you need to complete the course and will get regular feedback on how you are doing. We also have “How to use Zoom” workshops if you think you need a bit of support with this before any courses. To view and access the courses please follow the links below: Live on Kirklees Website - https://www.kirklees.gov.uk/beta/employment-information/covid19-employment-work-support.aspx Live on Kirklees Together - https://kirkleestogether.co.uk/2020/04/30/adult-community-learning-goes-online/
  • General
    1 May 2020
    Parentkind parent survey impact of coronavirus on families
    Parentkind have released a second survey to gather parent views on education and the coronavirus. If you would like to share your views on how Coronavirus is impacting on you and your family, please follow the link below before Monday 4th May. The direct link to the survey is here – https://r1.dotmailer-surveys.com/1114x93a-984mj1a3 The link to the web page with further information and the survey is here - https://www.parentkind.org.uk/News/Coronavirus-and-school-closures---parents-how-are-you-doing The survey closes at 9 am on Monday 4th May 2020 and results will be published later that week.
  • General
    1 May 2020
    Thank you from Calderdale and Huddersfield Hospital Trust
    A lovely letter came into school today from the Calderdale and Huddersfield Trust thanking everyone for their support and for the brilliant rainbow pictures that have been sent in. Pictures and messages can still be posted to the address on the letter and they are being used to decorate the wards and corridors of our local hospitals.
  • Newsletter
    1 May 2020
    Newsletter Issue 29
    This week we talk about the new options for Home Schooling with the Online Oak National Academy and BBC Bitesize Daily Lessons. There are so many ways for your child to be practising some of their skills whilst they are at home. We also have some lovely videos to share with some chicks hatching in school, and of course a lovely message from all the staff to you at home!
  • General
    30 April 2020
    Support and Help for Families
    We are continuing to update our support 'leaflet' as more information comes through our Community Hub. There is lots of support available during this crisis. Please reach out if you need help with anything. Please find attached the details for the following support: Kirklees Community Response Helpline Catholic Care Community Response Service Healthy Start Pennine Domestic Abuse Partnership West Yorkshire Police Domestic Abuse Help Ashbrow News Welcome Centre Well-bean Cafe Where to Find Help in your Local Area Kirklees Mental Health Partnership
  • General
    27 April 2020
    Resources for Children with SEN and Autism
    Please find attached some resources designed for children with a Learning Disability or Autism. These resources are going to ALL families as there may be some useful tips for everyone regarding setting routines and managing behaviour and anxiety at home. The Huddersfield Autism Show due to be held this week will take place online. The event is aimed at people who have autism or know someone in the family who is autistic. The event will connect people with organisations that can help them, as well as create a better understanding of the autism spectrum. There will be three live webinars featuring guest speakers, and the videos will be available after the day on the website. The Autism Show will be shown on Facebook Live on Wednesday 29 April 10.30 -15:00. Check the website: https://www.kirklees.gov.uk/beta/health-and-well-being/virtual-autism-show.aspx
  • Newsletter
    24 April 2020
    Newsletter Issue 28
    Happy Easter to everyone! Please find attached our latest newsletter. We have included information about our Child Mental Health and Wellbeing Resources, and a new Prayer page on our School website. There are also some new challenges to try at home. Thank you for the many examples of fun activities families have been sharing. Check out the 'Amazing Examples Gallery.' Both parts 1 and 2 include many photos and videos of the things families have been safely doing at home. Take Care and Stay Safe.
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