Dalton School is extremely lucky to keep close ties with past pupils - Robbie Cartwright is one of those pupils. Robbie is a Year 10 student who runs a small enterprise business of his own buying and selling trainers. Just before the end of Autumn Term 2, Robbie came into school and donated 22 pairs of trainers and/or football boots to some of our children. For some children it could not have come at a better time, as they had just signed up to the local football team - Dalton Dynamoes Football Club. The school would like to thank Robbie for his extremely kind generosity.
Santa's Grotto December 2019
Santa came to visit children at Dalton School. Each child received a reading book as a Christmas gift.
Christmas Coffee Morning December 2019
Our Christmas Coffee Morning raised £75.33 for Kirkwood Hospice. Thank you for attending , baking and donating. Our school choir also sounded fantastic too!
FODs Halloween Disco 2019
The children from Reception up to Year 6 enjoyed dressing up for Halloween and dancing the night away with the school's resident DJ, Disco Dave. The children had an amazing time and raised £663. Thank you to all parents/carers and members of FODs for giving up their time and getting into the spooky spirit!
Harvest Festival 2019
To celebrate 'Harvest', Reverend Ian Jones, from Kirkheaton Church, lead us in a celebration. As part of our Harvest Festival the children brought food donations that were given to the Huddersfield Town Foundation Food Bank initiative.
Huddersfield Town Foundation
As part of our ongoing support for the Huddersfield Town Foundation we held a non-uniform day to raise funds and to stay thank you for helping us run our Breakfast Club. Altogether we raised £433.29. Thank you to everyone who donated.
Fathers' Day Shop
This year, the Fathers' Day Shop raised a massive £780. What a fantastic amount. A very BIG THANK YOU to our FODs committee for their dedication and hard work.
Forget Me Not - Forget me not children's hospice - 2017 Around the World sponsored walk
All classes took turns to walk around the school field. Two of our pupils too part in a walk between schools in the Almondbury partnership (Shine) carrying a torch from our school to All Hallows in Almondbury .
We raised £2083.44, with the whole campaign raising £90,000 collectively travelling 25320 miles