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Welcome to Nields School

25th May 2020

Please watch Mr Brown's video message which gives details of the Nields' plan for re-opening and the reasons behind the  decisions made as a school. Then scroll down for the written update. Thank you.

Update 22052020.mp4

Please note that the year 5 and 6 children will actually be in school for 3 weeks prior to year 3 and 4 starting and not 2 as stated in the video.

Weekly update 25th May 2020

As lockdown continues, Nields continues to remain open to provide essential childcare for vulnerable pupils and children of key workers but school remains closed to all other pupils.  If you are not a key worker, other options for childcare must be explored. 


At this point we can confirm that Nields WILL NOT be re-opening on June 1st.

Following our risk assessment* and consultation with staff, we can confirm that we will partially reopen as follows:

·         Monday 15th June 2020 - Years 5 & 6 pupils – 8:40am – 12pm everyday

Then, if it is safe to do so...

·         Monday 6th July 2020 - Years 3 & 4 – 1pm – 3:20pm everyday

This is parental choice and parents will NOT be penalised if they do not send their children back to school.

Online learning to continue for all pupils, especially those in Early Years and KS1, as well as those pupils in Years 3, 4, 5 & 6 who do not return to school.

More information about plans for transition will follow.

*click here to view the risk assessment

If your child is eligible for FREE SCHOOL MEALS, we are providing ALDI vouchers for the spring bank half term holiday.  These are available from the school office for collection.  Please contact the office to arrange a time for collection.  Please note the school office will be closed on Tuesday afternoon and Wednesday morning this week due to essential maintenance work.


Please also remember to check our website for Home Learning, then at the Class tab for activities your child can complete during this time at home. Please take a look at the PTFA tab also as there are things to do there as well.

If any parents/carers have any questions or concerns relating to their child or their learning please contact office.nields@kirkleeseducation.uk or 01484 842154.

If you have any concerns about another child or family during this unprecedented time, please do not hesitate to contact us to share your concern confidentially.

Thank you for your continued support.

Mr Leigh Brown






Please note that our website is currently being updated and not all information may be available, should you require any information at all please ring or call in at the office where our staff will be able to help you.

Nields J I & N School
Nields Road

Tel: 01484 842154
Email: office.nields@kirkleeseducation.uk

Headteacher: Mr Leigh Brown

Mr Brown Update.mp4

Video above is the update from Mr Brown 18th May 2020:

Please press the play button on the video to you all from staff and governors at Nields.


For the latest information from the Department for Education on opening school on 1st June (this information added 12th May)

Click here: Opening schools and educational settings to more pupils from 1 June: guidance for parents and carers


Kind regards, Leigh Brown



We are looking to appoint a Parent Governor to start in September 2020,

please click here for the necessary information.



Nields Nursery spaces 2020 (1)

Dear Parents/Guardians,

As the new headteacher of Nields, it is my great pleasure to welcome you to our school website.

At Nields our motto is

‘Reach for the Stars and Fly to the Moon’

Our school vision is ‘the BEST outcomes for ALL pupils’ and we achieve this by providing a safe and happy environment which nurtures curiosity and self-worth.  We help our pupils to develop a love of learning by exposing them to a broad, varied and interesting curriculum which enables them to build up their knowledge and develop their skills.  We actively foster a community built on the foundations of tolerance, democracy, respect and equality.  Our staff model positive moral and social values which empower pupils with the freedom to express themselves whilst developing a deep understanding of who they are and respect for others, with a view to becoming well rounded members of society.

Located in the Colne Valley, we are able to witness the picturesque landscape change around us as the seasons pass and our children grow and learn.  We are also able to provide our pupils with exciting learning experiences that make the most of what the locality can offer: from our own village of Slaithwaite, to the wider area of Huddersfield and its rich industrial heritage, not forgetting the natural beauty of the Pennines.

I hope you are able to find the information you require on our website, but please remember this is just a window into what Nields has to offer.  I would strongly encourage and warmly welcome you to visit us and see what makes Nields such a wonderful place to be.

Kind regards

Leigh Brown



If you have any queries about our school or would like to request any information as a paper copy, please contact us on telephone number 01484 842154.

Thank you

Also, we would appreciate it if you have any comments with regard to our website that you contact school by telephone please.



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