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Y5 pupils went to Malham (1.2.18) See the Toucan and Jay class pages for photos!

Useful Information

Basic First Aid training


There will be Basic First Aid training running on Thursday 27th April from 9:00-12:00

Please complete the slip and hand in to the school office if you would like to attend.

If you are a parent or carer, we hope you will find the many web links below useful.

Adult Learning


Would you like to improve you English speaking and writing?

Free ESOL classes are now happening, in our Community Room, on Thursday afternoons 1.15-3.00

Please see Mrs Hamriding if you would like to come along.

Child-care is provided.

Blackburn Foodbank.

We have strong links with the Blackburn Foodbank and we are very grateful to parents, carers and friends of Intack School who donate food for Harvest which goes directly to the Foodbank.

We are hoping to strengthen links further in the near future when we will be able to liaise with the Foodbank to support families in our school who might need their support. Please see Mrs Burnyeat, our Pastoral Care Manager, for more information.

For anyone in need of the Foodbank please ring 01254 672756 or visit Oakenhurst Rd, Blackburn, open 11am- 2pm Monday, Wednesday and Friday                                                                                          

Child Action Northwest

Our school can access the services of a Parent and Wellbeing Practitioner from CANW, who can work with us to support families through a range of difficulties they might be experiencing. Please see Mrs Burnyeat, our Pastoral Care Manager, if you would like more details or further advice.

Breakfast Club

Our (free) Breakfast Club runs daily from 8:00am and there is a choice of toast or cereal and a drink of milk or juice. The club is well attended and children enjoy a wide range of activities in a nurturing environment under the supervision and guidance of Teaching Assistants. Please contact Mrs Burnyeat if you wish to put your child’s name down for the club and please note that there are always  ‘emergency places’ for any family experiencing a sudden unexpected difficulty.

Parent/ Carer learning