Bailiffe Bridge Junior & Infant School

Focused on the future





Coronavirus Update

I hope that you, your family and loved ones are safe and well during these difficult times. 

School is currently open to the children of key workers, Reception Class and Class 1. These children are being taught in bubbles of up to 10 children. This is how we are keeping everyone safe in school.

Until school opens more fully, it is important that your child's learning continues. Visit our Children's Zone for more information about Home Learning.

I hope to see you all again very soon. In the meantime, take care, stay safe and, as always, thank you for all your support.

 Helen Proctor - Headteacher





Keeping your child safe online - May 2020

While working online during the lockdown period, it is more important than ever that children are keeping safe online. Please visit the Think you know website for a range of ideas and activities about online safety.

Covid-19 and Mental Health & Wellbeing - May 2020

During these unprecedented times, it is so important to look after our mental health and wellbeing. There is a range of services on offer in the local area to support you. Please have a look at these links.

     Covid-19 Resources for families  

     Noah's Ark Parent-School Support - Summer 2020


Healthy Futures Calderdale has introduced a new way for school aged children, young people and families to access advice and support about physical health and emotional wellbeing concerns.

ChatHealth is an NHS approved secure and confidential text messaging service. To access ChatHealth - Text 07480 635297 (young people) or 07507 332157 (parents/carers)

From 9.00am to 5.00pm Monday - Friday, there are experienced clinicians waiting to help. Messages outside this time frame will receive an automated response letting you know when you will receive a reply, and who to contact for immediate help. Texts cost the same as a standard text.

Healthy Futures Calderdale specialist teams can support families with things like: sleep, bullying, healthy eating, allergies, continence, safeguarding, sexual health, behavioural problems, emotional wellbeing, relationships, drugs and alcohol, bereavement, puberty/growing up, complex health needs and body worries. They can also signpost or refer onto other services.

Clinicians can also be contacted on 0303 330 9974.