Information for parents about the final week of term:
Letter from Mr Campbell (2nd July)
Meal choices for w/c 6th July
Meal choices for w/c 13th July
Is your child worried about coming back to school?
Click here to read the latest Newsletter from the School Nursing Team.
The following links may also be of interest if your child is starting school in September or moving to secondary school:
The following links may be of interest:
Short YouTube video - suitable for younger children
YouTube video - suitable for older children
Free School Meals
School could be missing out on extra funding for your child if you are eligible to receive free school meals and do not claim them.
Click here for further information.
We are proud to be one of the four founder schools of the Nurture Academies Trust We converted voluntarily in January 2017, along with Victoria, Lapage and Parkwood Primary Schools. Byron and Fearnville Primaries are also part of our Trust, joining in July and November 2018.
Important information about purchasing school uniform
You may be aware that, due to retirement, Andrew Firths uniform suppliers in Keighley, have been taken over by Whittakers Schoolwear.
Obviously, due to the current covid-19 pandemic, the business will look very different this summer. There are two options to buy uniform, either online, or by visiting the shop (which is strictly by appointment only).
Full details of Whittakers' 'Summer Plan' can be viewed by clicking here.
Denholme Primary school uniform is also available to buy online from Term Time Wear, based in Huddersfield. www.termtimewear.com
Latest Denholme Primary School Calendar Events
- Healthy Living Week06Jul2020
- Sports Day - Cancelled07Jul2020
@ School Playing Field
- Leavers Assembly - Cancelled10Jul2020
9:00 am - 10:00 am @ School Hall
- Transition Week13Jul2020
- Summer Holiday18Jul2020
Click here to read the latest school Newsletter.
News and features from BBC News - Education and Family
- Coronavirus: 13 UK universities 'could go bust without bailout'
The fallout from Covid-19 poses a "significant threat" to UK higher education, analysis suggests.
- Ombudsman report: Boy with special needs failed by council twice
Norfolk County Council left the boy with no suitable education for seven months.
- Coronavirus: School safety plans will keep groups apart
Measures will ensure learning in England is not "knocked off course", the education secretary says.