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Head Teacher's Welcome

Welcome to our new school website. We are a large multicultural Junior School near the centre of Huddersfield.  At Birkby Junior School we work hard to provide a creative, enjoyable and rewarding learning experience for each child in an inclusive, secure and stimulating learning environment.

We are proud of our school community and celebrate the rich and diverse backgrounds of all our pupils.

The Staff and the Governing Body at Birkby Junior School are committed to working together to give children the academic and life skills they will need to be successful.

We care about our Parents and Carers, we welcome your involvement and we look for your support in ensuring good attendance, good behaviour and hard work from your children. We operate an open-door policy and welcome you into the school anytime you would like to talk.  Hopefully you can find all the information you need on our website but if you can’t please feel free to call into school. We will be happy to help you and answer any further questions you may have.

Thank you

Mrs Susan Davis
Head Teacher

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  • Newsletter
    19 July 2021
    July 2021 Newsletter
    Dear Parents/Carers, Please see attached newsletter. Regards, The School Office
  • General
    15 July 2021
    COVID-19 Vaccinations
    Dear Parents/Carers, There will be a drop in clinic for Covid-19 vaccinations at Masjid Omar, Birkby, HD1 5HT, on Friday 16th July from 3pm-6pm. Both AZ and Pfizer will be available. No Appointment required! Kind Regards, The School Office
  • General
    15 July 2021
    COVID-19 Survey
    Dear Parents and Carers, Kirklees Council’s Public Health team is asking young people aged 9-16 to tell us about their experiences of Coronavirus and how it has affected their life and the way they feel. This will help the council and schools plan how much (and what type of) support young people may need. All questions are optional, and your child can leave out any question they don’t want to answer. The information given by your child will not allow us to identify them. Data gathered through the survey will be held as long as necessary to carry out a full analysis of the findings. The survey will run until Monday 26th July 2021, and a summary of findings will be published in August. Findings from our previous COVID-19 surveys and further details are available here. We would be grateful if you could encourage your child to complete the survey by clicking on this link https://wh.snapsurveys.com/s.asp?k=162555079916 Kind Regards, Mrs E Mills Assistant Head Teacher
  • General
    15 July 2021
    Summer Holidays - Wellbeing Walks
    Dear Parents and Carers, As you know, we are part of a Mental Health Support Team project. Salma Mahmood works as part of our team and is a Family Emotional Health Worker. She has delivered mental health and wellbeing workshops in school so some of you may know her already. During the Summer holidays Salma has organised a number of wellbeing walks and picnics for families across Kirklees. The attached leaflet will give you lots more information about the locations, dates and times. Please feel free to join any of the walks - hopefully the sun will be shining! Please remember to bring your own picnic to enjoy as part of the walks. Kind Regards, Mrs E Mills Assistant Head Teacher
  • General
    13 July 2021
    Sangam Festival 18th July - 17th August 2021
    Dear Parents/Carers, Please see attached a brochure re the Sangam Festival - A Celebration of South Asian Heritage (1 Festival, 31 Days, 100 Events) happening this summer between 18th July - 17 August 2021. There will be lots of free events and workshops for families with an event held locally at Birkby Library and Norman Park. For more information visit: www.sangamfestival.co.uk/whats-on. Kind regards, The School Office
  • Important
    12 July 2021
    After School clubs w.b. 12/07/21
    Dear Parents/Carers, Please see the attached letter about afterschool club arrangements for this week. If your child attends an afterschool club, please make sure you take the time to read this letter as it contains important information about changes to plans for this week's afterschool clubs. Kind regards, Mrs Davis
  • Important
    5 July 2021
    Eid -Ul- Adha celebrations
    Dear Parents/Carers, Please see attached letter regarding Eid-Ul-Adha Kind Regards, Mrs Davis
  • General
    30 June 2021
    Chestnut Pop Up Clinic
    Dear Parents/Carers, Please see attached flyer re a Covid-19 Vaccination Pop-up Clinic running this weekend at The Chestnut Centre. Kind Regards, The School Office
  • General
    29 June 2021
    Huddersfield Carnival
    Dear Parents and Carers, Due to COVID, this year Huddersfield Carnival will be online! The online Carnival Day takes place on Saturday 10th July and tickets are free. The Huddersfield Carnival Committee would also like to invite children to take part in their carnival themed competition by purchasing a £5 make-along kit, which includes all the materials and instructions they will need to take part. Children are welcomed to join their competition and be featured on the virtual carnival day or simply purchase for fun as an craft project! Please see the attached leaflet for more information, Thank you, Mrs E Mills Assistant Head Teacher
  • General
    21 June 2021
    Mobile 'test and collect' COVID point coming to Birkby and Fartown
    Dear Parents and Carers, On Friday 25th June, Kirklees are bringing a mobile collection point to Birkby and Fartown to make it easier for local people to access Covid-19 Lateral Flow home testing kits. In a national effort to reduce infection rates, twice-weekly asymptomatic Covid-19 testing is currently available for everyone in England. You may already be aware that there are a few different ways you can access your twice-weekly asymptomatic tests. However, we know it can be difficult for some people to access these options for a number of reasons. The one-day mobile collection point will be at; 8am-12pm Croft Medical Centre, 5 Cobcroft Road, Fartown, HD2 2RU 1pm-6pm New Birkby and Fartown Library, Lea Street, Fartown, HD2 6HF Anyone over 18 can collect two packs of home testing kits (containing seven tests each). You don’t need to book, just turn up and please wear a face covering and social distance from those outside your household or bubble. The tests come with instructions on how to use the tests and how frequently you should take them. Kirklees will have staff on hand to show you how to use the tests should you need help. You will also be able to take a test a lateral flow Covid-19 test at the mobile collection point if you wish. Thank you, Mrs Susan Davis
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