Our Head Teachers, Governors and staff all commit to working together to raise academic standards. Collectively, our schools have significantly improved over recent years, with improved outcomes and progress. This requires a very strategic approach that facilitates our schools working critically and callaboratively to evaluate, review and improve all aspects of learning.
Raising standards in the classroom is something that is central to our relationship. There are many ways to be able to support school improvement and to ensure that each of our schools continue to grow and strengthen. Each school has it's own sense of identity, community and challenges, but all are committed to a close working relationship which directly impacts on outcomes for our young people. Geographically our group of schools is located in north Huddersfield, which is multi-cultural, multi-faith and diverse. To find out more about the area, click here.
To find out more about how we work together to secure improvement here, and to find out more about each school, please see the links below.
Children come to our school to be happy and successful. At Ashbrow we strive to develop positive young people who love to learn, to contribute and to achieve.
Birkby Infant & Junior School
At Birkby Infant & Nursery School everyone is committed to providing a happy, secure and inviting community where children, staff, governors, parents and visitors feel safe, cared for, and valued and where both good relationships and a positive attitude to learning are developed.
Birkby Junior School
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.
Christ Church CE Academy
We pride ourselves in providing a safe, happy and caring environment where all pupils are nurtured and valued within a Christian ethos. We are a strong team of proud pupils, parents, staff, governors, the Church and the local community.
St Thomas CE vc Primary School
Fixby Primary School
Fixby Junior and Infant School opened in 1977 and educates pupils between the ages of 5 and 11. We are a community school with approximately 314 pupils on roll. We firmly believe that by building strong partnerships with parents and families we are able to 'work together and achieve together'.