Headteacher: Paul Mashinter, Carr Green Lane, Brighouse, West Yorkshire HD6 3LT
If your child was born between the 1 September 2016 and 31 August 2017 they will be eligible for a Nursery place from September 2020, we offer full and part time places - please register interest by contacting the school office. . . If you are interested in becoming a volunteer helper at our school we would love to hear from you. . . . Applications for September 2020 Reception intake opens on Tuesday 19th November, applications to be made on line via Calderdale and Kirklees admissions. . .
Click on the 'Rock Steady' logo for information and booking details for band lessons on the electric guitar, drums, keyboard or vocals!
We are very proud of our school ethos, which was recognised by the NSPCC’s Listening Schools Co-ordinator as “wonderful!”. We value everyone at the school as individuals and aim to make the school a place where people feel happy, safe and encouraged to achieve their full potential. Our pupils consistently attain very high levels and make good progress throughout school. Our full school ethos and values statement can be found here.
CEOP helps children stay safe online. Has someone acted inappropriately towards you online, or to a child or young person you know? You can report any sort of internet abuse whenever you see these CEOP links - Please ensure your children recognise the 'eye' sympbol and know they can also make a report.
Our primary goal at Carr Green is to help children to become reflective, confident and caring young people. We recognise that positive relationships have a huge impact on learning and so we begin each day with a circle which is an intentional opportunity to start with a chance for everyone (including adults) to share how they are feeling as we begin another school day. The concept of 'team' is integral to our philosophy and so we seek to celebrate successes openly and face challenges with the question 'Who do I need to help me with this?'. The 'atmosphere' of our school is vitally important to us and so we encourage the use of 'classroom voices'and 'playground voices' for children and adults.