Holmfirth High School
A very warm welcome from the school community to our school website – we hope that you will find it both interesting and useful. In particular we hope that it provides you with a snapshot of what life at the school is like and a flavour of our ethos and values. We would also encourage you to visit our school and see our words in action!
Nothing from 21st July 2018 to 22nd July 2018.
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Please remember that school closes to students at 12.30pm on Tuesday 24 July.
Please note that the following bus services will run at the end of school (12.30pm) on Tuesday 24 July:
- 316 – Parkhead
- K11 – Hepworth
- K3 – Meltham
Unfortunately the following bus services will not run:
- K20A/B – Hade Edge
- K14 – Holme – however, pupils can catch the 316 (Parkhead bus) and change to the 314 service at Holmfirth Bus Station (school passes will be accepted)
All buses will depart by 12.40pm.
11 Games Played
Huddersfield Schools Division 1 – Winners
Huddersfield Schools Cup – Winners
Joe Root Yorkshire Schools County Cup – 3rd Place
1008 runs scored
65 wickets taken
In 2010, the Councils school uniform grant was cut in Kirklees and no provisions were put in place to help struggling families. In June 2011, the Uniform Exchange initiative was born.
The Uniform Exchange provides free school uniform to any child who needs extra support and encourages children and families to think of others and the environment.
- Please click here for a guide for How to use the Uniform Exchange
- Please click here for a Uniform Exchange request form
All form groups have gone through the following documents to help ensure all students are clear about what footwear is and is not acceptable at Holmfirth High School.
For more information about school uniform please click here.
A huge congratulations to Callum Power for recently being awarded the Examiner Trainee Teacher of the Year 2018.
Callum Power is quite simply exceptionally talented! Since joining Holmfirth High School in September 2017 he has added so much to the school, department and pupils. Within PE he has developed into an outstanding PE teacher; he is proactive in creating exciting, engaging and progressive lessons that not only students enjoy but make excellent progress. Callum has been exceptionally proactive in not just supporting our extra-curricular programme but also offering further opportunities for students at our school and across Huddersfield to experience sport. Callum stands head and shoulders above your ‘typical’ trainee and that is largely because of his willingness to go that extra mile for all the students in his care.