Welcome to

Wellhouse Junior and Infant School

Part of The Heights Federation.

Take a look around our website to find out more about our school!

 

Our latest things to shout about:

WELLHOUSE REMAINS A GOOD
 

SCHOOL!

Following our recent inspection, Wellhouse is still a good school. Click here to access our latest report.

What did Ofsted say about us?

‘Pupils are keen to learn and are proud of what they can achieve.’

‘……..pupils are making strong progress in reading, writing and mathematics.’

‘Pupils now know and work towards their targets. The teaching of reading has

improved and pupils’ achievement is better.’

‘Governance is a strength of the school. Ably led by the Chair of the Governing Body,

governors are developing even more effective ways of understanding the work of

the school.’

‘Pupils say they feel safe in school and that bullying is not a feature of the school.’

‘Pupils’ personal development, behaviour and welfare are well supported

throughout the school.’

The whole school took part in Golcar Lily Art Day! What a fantastic opportunity for the children to work with different artists:

 

 

Class One were very fortunate to go to the Monsoon Indian Restaurant in Slaithwaite where they got a free curry! How wonderful!

  

 

Sport Relief - All children across the school took part in sport relief by running and walking. Class 3 walked to Tunnel End, Class 2 walked to the Forest School and Class 1 walked to Ruddi's in Linthwaite. Check out some of the pictures here:

 

 

Year 6 Parents - for information on SATs please see the curriculum tab

Following recent reports that have been sent out - visit the Curriculum tab on the left to find out more about the Heights Federation Assessement System

 

Well done to our school council who raised £62 for the flooded schools in Calderdale!

 

We had a very important visitor come to us. Deputy Mayor, Cllr Jim Dodds visited our school and had lunch with us!

 

WOW! What a success our coffee morning was - we raised a massive £217 for Macmillian. Thank you to all who supported.

 

 

 

About Us

Wellhouse Junior and Infant School is a small rural school nestled in the Colne Valley. We have three mixed age classes and all our children are hard-working and friendly. We are proud to be part of the Heights Federation, we're  Federated with Clough Head and Wilberlee Junior and Infant Schools. We work closely with these two schools and share our learning experiences together. We always welcome prospective children and parents to our school, if you want to have a look around at a fantastic place to learn, please contact the school office.

Please look at the tabs on the side to find out lots of useful information all about Wellhouse School and The Heights Federation.

Check out the link to our recent Examiner article about our New Federation:

Three Schools Join Forces

 

Look at our photos, you can tell we all work hard and love Wellhouse School:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Here are some comments that parents have recently made about Wellhouse school:

My children are really happy at school.

This is a great school.

I don’t feel able to comment about bullying but I see that as a positive.

My child has improved in her school work since starting at Wellhouse.

The school has demonstrated that it acts with reason and is keen to put in the additional work to foster high achievers.

I thought that Wellhouse would be perfect for my child when I put her name down and 2 years on I still feel the same.

My child loves going to Wellhouse School and this makes me happy too.

I would, and have, highly recommended Wellhouse School. Thank you for helping my child love school and learning.

My child has only been at Wellhouse School for one year but as a family we have felt well supported. I feel more comfortable about approaching with concerns I have.

 

 

Polite Reminder: Please Do Not Park on the Yellow Zig-Zags outside school. This is currently being monitored

 

2015/2016 Term Dates available here

 
 
 
   
      
 

 Donate your unwanted school uniform items to help support disadvantaged families across Huddersfield - click here to find out how