Aiman Abdullah, a Year Three understudy at Birkby Junior School in Fartown, became sick amid a visit to North Huddersfield Trust School, a mile away in Woodhouse Hall Road, prior.
She was dealt with at the scene however dead in healing facility in no time a while later.
Aiman’s head educator Susan Davis said Birkby Junior School would be closed on Tuesday as a characteristic of regard.
In a letter to guardians, Ms Davis stated: “It is with huge bitterness that I should educate you that one of our Year 3 students, Aiman Abdullah, has passed away.
“Aiman was considered all of a sudden and important sick amid an off-site visit at the beginning of today.
“We are all, obviously, stunned and unfathomably disheartened by this unfortunate news.”
Proficient help will be accessible for kids when the school revives on Wednesday.
No further points of interest encompassing the conditions of her demise have been discharged.
Ms Davis stated: “Our considerations are with Aiman’s family during this season of sad misfortune and I am sure you will go along with me in offering most profound sympathies.
“Aiman will be significantly missed by the entire group.”