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12 May 2015

Is your school one of our School Partners? Join the Club’s School Partnership scheme now!

Town’s School Partnership is a FREE scheme for education establishments.

We currently have 80 school partners across Huddersfield, Dewsbury, Todmorden, Bradford, Wakefield and Halifax who are regularly receiving cash back from ticket sales, coaching sessions and player visits.

To view the School Partnership brochure, and see all it has to offer, click HERE.

Town’s School Partnership Facts:

Since 2012 over £14,000 has been returned to schools in cashback as part of the scheme 

More than 4,750 children and their families attended a home game during the 2013/14 season

Club Ambassador and Town legend Andy Booth and HTAFC staff and players made 40 visits to school partners in 2013/14

Rewards given to School Partners last season included half time lap of honour, being official flag wavers as the team’s come out, signed merchandise and match tickets (for pupil rewards or fundraising)

What schools receive:

•         Player appearances throughout the season
•         Official School Partnership plaque
•         Cash back for your school on all match day tickets sold (selected matches)
•         Entry to School Partnership Football competitions
•         One contact point with designated Schools Partnership co-ordinator
•         Football in the Community coaching
•         Entry to educational, non-football competitions such as David Brown Go-Kart Challenge
•         Discounted match day tickets in the Family Area (selected matches)
•         Rewards for the school selling the highest amount of tickets
•         Club Ambassador Assembly 

Our current school partners are:

All Saints Catholic College, Almondbury  High School, Almondbury Junior School, Ashbrow School, Battyeford CE (VC) Primary School, Carr Green Primary School, Castlefields Infant School, Castle Hall Academy, Castle Hill School, Chickenley Community School, Christchurch Academy, Colne Valley Specialist Art College, Copley Primary School, Cowlersley Primary School, Crosland Moor Junior School, Crossley Fields J & I School, Crow Lane Primary School, Crowlees CE (VC) J & I School, Dalton J, I & N School, Golcar J, I & N School, ETHOS Pupil Referral Centre, Hade Edge J & I School, Halifax High School, Hebden Royd CE (VA) Primary School, Heckmondwike Grammar School, Hepworth J & I School, Highfield School, Hillside Primary School, Holmfirth High School, Holmfirth J, I & N School, Honley High School, Honley Infant School, Honley Junior School, Kayes F & N School, Kirkheaton Primary School, Kirklees Music School, Knowleswood Primary School, Lepton CE (VC) J, I & N School, Lindley CE Infant School, Lindey Junior School, Linthwaite Ardon School, Lokpriya Higher Secondary School, Lowerhouses J, I & N School, Meltham CE Primary School, Meltham Moor Primary School, Middlestown J & I School, Moldgreen Community Primary School, Moor End Academy, Netherhall Learning Campus High School, Newsome High School & Sport College, North Huddersfield Trust School, Old Bank J, I & N School, Paddock J, I & N School, Ravenshall School, Ravensthorpe CE (VC) Junior School, Rawthorpe CE (VC) Junior School, Reinwood Junior School, Roberttown J & I School, Royds Hall High School, Salendine Nook Academy Trust, Shelley College, Shelley First School, Shepley First School, Slaithwaite Junior School, South Crosland Junior School, St Aidans CE (VA) First School, St Andrews Junior School, St Johns CE (VC) Infant School, St Johns (CE) Primary Academy Clifton, St Joseph’s Catholic Primary School Dalton, St Thomas CE (VC) Primary School, Thornhill Community Academy, Thornhill J & I School, Todmorden High School, Upperthong J & I School, Warley Town School, Westborough High School, Whitehill Community Academy, Wooldale Junior School

Huddersfield Town Chairman Dean Hoyle said:

“Being a local man brought up in Morley and educated in Heckmondwike within the Yorkshire education system, and now Chairman of the Football Club, I can appreciate the important role sport can play in education and the development of young people. 

“As a child growing up I have to admit that my attention and determination levels fluctuated at school but there was one topic which constantly excited me, in my case it was sport. 

“Now as a proud parent and involved in football I see the positive role sport can play and with the uncertainty regarding funding in schools across the board, I am making it our aim to ensure we do all we can to give a helping hand. 

“Our Schools Partnership is how we as a Club can help your school FREE of charge and how by working together everyone can succeed.”

If you are interested in joining the Huddersfield Town Schools Partnership scheme contact Rachel Taylor on 01484 484 113 or email

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