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Salendine Nook High School

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Salendine Nook High School
British Trolleybuses - Huddersfield - - 553413.jpg
Trolleybus terminus in front of the then new Salendine Nook High School (1966)
New Hey Road

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Coordinates53°39′14″N 1°50′12″W / 53.653922°N 1.836695°W / 53.653922; -1.836695
Local authorityKirklees
Department for Education URN137869 Tables
Head teacherD. Christian
Age11 to 16
Enrolment1,319 (approx.)
Colour(s)Purple, black and white

Salendine Nook High School is a large secondary school in Huddersfield, West Yorkshire, England.[1] It is adjacent to Huddersfield New College.

When the school was built, Huddersfield Corporation had a trolleybus terminus built next to it, serving only for the journeys of the school's pupils. This provision was unique in the British Isles.[2]

The school formally became an academy on 1 February 2012. This followed a resolution to seek academy status by the school governors at governors meeting on 6 July 2011.

School trip

The school had 25 pupils stranded in the US in April 2010; they were unable to return home due to the flying ban caused by the Icelandic volcanic ash cloud. The children and four staff went to Florida as part of a physics field trip that was scheduled to last a week but ended up over £15,000 over budget as they had to extend their stay.[3]

Notable alumni


  1. ^ "Salendine Nook High School". BBC. 19 October 2005. Retrieved 13 August 2008.
  2. ^ Alan Murray-Rust (24 June 1966). "British Trolleybuses - Huddersfield". Geograph Britain and Ireland.
  3. ^ Huddersfield Examiner - News - Local West Yorkshire News - Salendine Nook High School trip cost £15,000 more than planned
  4. ^ "The House I Grew Up In, featuring Mona Siddiqui". BBC Radio 4. 13 August 2008. Retrieved 13 August 2008.
  5. ^ [1]

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