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A Message from the Teachers and Staff at Our Lady of Lourdes to our Children

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Headteacher's Welcome


Welcome to Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic Primary School which serves the families of the Holy Redeemer Parish within Sheepridge. Our school is part of the family of Catholic Primary Schools within the Diocese of Leeds and as such, prayer and worship play an important role in the life of the children and staff. 

Together with our families, we work closely to ensure our children feel safe, enthused in the classroom and are challenged in their learning. We believe our children are capable of achieving their full potential and will do our utmost to help them believe in their own abilities. Our staff are a close knit team who strive to provide the most appropriate curriculum to meet the needs of the children entrusted to their care. As an inclusive school we celebrate our diversity within our school community and the children embrace and respect one another.

Please feel free to browse our website and contact us directly should you wish to visit our school community. Many Blessings!

Mr Rowan, Executive Headteacher

Please see the latest advice from Public Health England in relation to Coronavirus

Dear Parents/Carers,

Thank you all for your patience in this challenging and uncertain time. Please keep reassuring your children and supporting them.  Beware of misinformation on social media.  We will stay in contact with all of our families via the SchoolPing app and with updated information on our Website.


School News Feed
  • General
    14 May 2020
    A Message from the Staff
    Hi Everyone Because we have been missing you so much, all the teachers would like to send you a little message to say, "Hello." To see our video, go to the school website and find it on our homepage or click on the link below. https://ourladyoflourdesschool.org.uk/kgfl/primary/olol A special thanks to Mrs Garrard who has done a wonderful job of putting it altogether. We would also like to remind you that homework packs can still be collect from the school entrance up until 3.15 today. Please continue to stay safe and we will hopefully see you very soon. Take care Miss Clarke
  • General
    13 May 2020
    Homework Packs
    Homework packs for all children will be ready to be collected from school between 1.30pm and 3.15pm today. If you are unable to collect your pack today these will also be available to be collected on Thursday between 9am and 3.15pm. The collection point is under the canopy, outside the main entrance of school. If another parent is collecting their child's homework pack at the same time please be mindful of the 2 metre social distancing rule. There will be no access to the school office at this time but if you have any questions, you can ring the school on 01484 310700 or email us at office.ourladyoflourdesschool.org.uk. We would like to ask that all families collect the pack and return the completed work by Monday 18th May. The work will then be marked and we will give you feedback during our courtesy calls next week.
  • General
    13 May 2020
    Wednesday Word 13th May 2020
    Good Morning, Please find attached this week's Wednesday Word.
  • Important
    11 May 2020
    Homework Packs
    Good Afternoon Everyone. I hope you are all well. Following the phone calls home, we are aware that some of you are having difficulty accessing the homework on our website. We want to introduce a new way to make homeschooling easier for you. Our teachers are now busy preparing packs which can be collected from school on Wednesday 13th May from 1.30pm. These packs will contain enough work for the rest of the school week. It will also be the same as the work published on the website each day. You can collect your pack from the canopy area at the front entrance. You child's name will be on their work and there is a separate box for each year group. We are asking that when you complete the work, you return it to school by Monday 18th May. There is a number of ways in which this can be done: 1. Taking a photograph of the work, with a phone or tablet, and emailing it to homework@ourladyoflourdesschool.org.uk 2. Typing the work and emailing it to the same email address. 3. Posting the work to school. Our address is Bradley Boulevard, Huddersfield, HD2 1EA 4. Returning it to the school by hand. The work will then be marked and we will give you feedback during our courtesy calls next week. We are still taking every precaution to ensure we limit the spread of the virus, so we ask you to be mindful of the social distancing rules when you come to school. We ask that only one person per household come to collect the packs and will limit the number of people coming into the canopy area. We also ask that you keep 2metres apart when queuing. There will be no access to the school office at this but if you have any questions, you can ring the school on 01484 310700 or email us at office.ourladyoflourdesschool.org.uk. You can also email the homework email address, homework@ourladyoflourdesschool.org.uk and one of the teachers can help with your query. The last pick up time will be 3.30pm on Wednesday 13th May. Please ensure all homework is returned to school by Monday 18th May. From Monday 18th May, the teachers will be making another call to see how you are doing. You may find, when they ring, that your phone displays "no caller ID," as we use a range of phone lines within school. These are important calls, as we may be in a position to discuss how returning to school may be for your child in the coming weeks and months. We will also be able to assist with any difficulties you are having with the school work. We look forward to hearing from you and seeing the children's work. Take care Miss Clarke
  • Newsletter
    11 May 2020
    Our Lady of Lourdes Weekly Newsletter
    Good Morning, Please find attached this week's newsletter.
  • General
    6 May 2020
    A Letter From Calderdale and Huddersfield NHS Foundation Trust
    To all the children and staff at Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic Primary School. A big hello from CHFT! We wanted to say thank you to you for everything that you are doing to support us at your local hospital. This includes the lovely pictures that you have been sending to us. We are keeping every single picture to create a collage heart. If you or your school would like to send us more pictures, you can see them posted on twitter by following @CHFTNHS. Please keep sending them to the address below. We have heard that many of you school children are at home and we wanted to make sure that you are still learning- if you keep up with your learning, maybe one day you will be a Nurse or Doctor or another member of our team here at CHFT. To all Teachers - thank you for looking after our children whilst we continue to work hard to provide compassionate care for our patients. At CHFT we believe in 'one culture of care' where we look after our patients, their families and each other with the same level of outstanding care. We couldn't do what we are doing if you weren't doing what you are doing, so from us to you....THANK YOU! With warm wishes Suzanne Dunkley Director of Workforce and OD on behalf of all colleagues at CHFT Workforce and Organisational Development Directorate Acre Mill Acre Street Huddersfield HD3 3EB
  • General
    6 May 2020
    Wednesday Word 6th May 2020
    Good morning, Please find attached a copy of this week's Wednesday Word.
  • General
    4 May 2020
    The 'Safe & Well' Home Fire Safety Advice Booklet
    Good Afternoon, As we are all spending the majority of time at home at the moment, the risk of house fires has increased, therefore it is more important than ever that families are taking the right precautions. Please find attached The ‘Safe & Well’ Home Fire Safety Advice booklet, it provides essential information to staying safe and preventing house fires.
  • Newsletter
    4 May 2020
    Our Lady of Lourdes Newsletter
    Good Morning, Please find attached this week's newsletter.
  • General
    1 May 2020
    Could you be eligible for free school meals?
    Free school meals entitles a school child to free school meals & school milk regardless of their age is something that families need to apply for. These are the families who currently qualify for the Supermarket vouchers to help with the cost of providing meals at home whilst the school is closed. I have added the qualifying criteria below: Children & young people who live in Kirklees can apply for free school meals if they: • Attend full time at a local authority school or sixth form • Are under 19 years of age And their parents or carers receive one or more of the following: • Universal Credit (Provided you have an annual net earned income of no more than £7,400, as assessed by earnings from up to three of your most recent assessment periods) • Income Support • Income Based Job Seekers Allowance • Income Related Employment & Support Allowance • Child tax Credit, but are not entitled to Working Tax Credit and your annual income (as assessed by Her Majesty's Revenue & Customs) is less than £16,190 • Support under part V1 of the Immigration & Asylum Act 1999 • Guaranteed element of State Pension Credit If you feel that you may qualify, please click on the link below and complete the Kirklees Council free school meals application form. This only takes a few minutes to complete. If the Council review your form and you qualify, they will let the school know and we can add you to the list from the date that the council start it on. https://my.kirklees.gov.uk/service/Schools_and_education___Apply_for_free_school_meals If you have any other queries please call the council directly on 01484 221000.
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Latest Coronavirus Guidelines

Everybody must stay at home, except for very limited purposes. People should only leave home to shop for basic essentials, to do one form of exercise a day, to fulfil any medical or care needs, and to travel to and from work where absolutely necessary. Non-essential shops have been ordered to close, and there is a ban on public gatherings of more than two people. Stay two metres (6.5 feet) away from other people if you need to go outside.


Continue to frequently wash your hands with soap and water (for at least 20 seconds) to stop the infection from spreading.

GOV.UK: What you need to do


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Department for Education Coronavirus helpline

Department of Education have launched a new helpline to answer questions about COVID-19 related to education. Staff, parents and young people can contact the helpline as follows:

Phone: 0800 046 8687
Email: DfE.coronavirushelpline@education.gov.uk
Opening hours: 8am to 6pm (Monday to Friday)

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