Class Assembly!

The children in year four worked so hard this half term to produce an amazing assembly to showcase their learning. I am so proud of them all and I am pleased with the efforts put into all of their work in the topic of Ancient Egyptians!

Cross Country

Well done to the runners from Year 3, 5 and 6 who took part in the Cross Country competition at Ryburn Valley High School today. The course was very tough, but the children ran amazingly and should all be really proud of their efforts. A special mention to Poppy who came 2nd in the Year 3 girls race and Emil who came 4th in the Year 3 boys race. Poppy and Emil will now be invited to compete in the Calderdale competition later this year at Spring Hall.

Our weekly “Well done” awards go to…

This week’s superstars – Friday 4th October 2019.

Paint the world with character!

This week’s superstars – Friday 27th September.

Drama Workshop

Year 3 and 4 spent this morning with a fantastic amateur dramatic team from Huddersfield! We were thinking about the themes of old age, inclusion and making good choices.

Head Boy and Girl elections.

We are please to announce that this year and Head Boy is Daniel Lunt and our Head Girl is Isla Watkins-Barnett.

Supporting them, as their deputies, are Edward Payne and Eadie Walker.

Fantastic speeches were delivered by all of the candidates. Well done Year Six!


Here are our WELL DONE recipients for these week, proudly showing off their postcards.

They were chosen for many important qualities such as:
* Having the resilience to keep on trying, even though the problems were tricky.
* For settling in to a new class quickly, and being independent.
* For using a common sense approach to life in Year Six.
* For demonstrating a mature attitude to learning.


Welcome back to school!

We hope you all enjoyed your first week back at school and are ready for a busy term ahead.
We would like to welcome all of our new children and parents to Luddendenfoot Academy. We look forward to getting to know you all.

Year 6 football tournament

Today, year 6 visited Luddenden CofE School for a football tournament against their counterparts in year 6. The children played amazingly well, winning several of their games, and had great team spirit. All of the children in year 6 (including those who came along to support under their umbrella) received a medal for taking part and Finlay was chosen to receive an additional medal from the opposition for being our player of the tournament!

Our recent visits to Luddenden CofE have been very successful and we hope to continue this into the new school year.


London – 3rd July 2019

Today we visited The National History Museum before setting off on our journey home.



Although very tired, we have loved everything which we have experienced.

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