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Address: Killinghall Road, Bradford, West Yorkshire, BD3 7JF
Phone: 01274 771166
Fax: 01274 771167
Email: office@killinghall.bradford.sch.uk
Please address all enquiries to Judith Thompson

Please check your text messages and the school website on a regular basis for important updates from school.  Please read our fortnightly newsletter, a copy of which is attached below.  If you have any questions or concerns please email office@killinghall.bradford.sch.uk who will be happy to help. Please take care and follow government advice.



23 February 2021

Dear Parent / Carer

I hope that you are all well and managed to have a break from home learning last week.

During his announcement last night the Prime Minister explained his roadmap for easing lockdown restrictions. I am delighted to be able to confirm with you the fantastic news that we can now welcome all children back to school on Monday 8 March 2021. 

I will share with you more detail about how we will do this in a manner which will continue to keep our children, parents and staff as safe as possible in our online newsletter on Friday this week.

In the meantime I would like to say a huge well done for all the work you have done with the children at home to support their learning.  You have done a tremendous job.  I know this has been extremely challenging for many of you as you have been juggling family life with working from home and supporting children’s education.  Please do not give up now, I ask that you persevere for a few more days until all the children can return to face to face learning on Monday 8 March. 

Don’t forget that on ‘Wellbeing Wednesday’ children working from home are encouraged to engage in screen free activities.

Thank you once again for your patience and support and I look forward to seeing you all again very soon.  Please stay safe and take care of each other.

Don’t forget to check our school newsletter at www.killinghall.bradford.sch.uk on Friday after 12noon for more information about how the children will return to school on 8 March 2021

Yours sincerelyMrs Claire Spencer



Below is advice from Public Health England and School about the Coronavirus in Education




Our mission statement... "Quality Education for All"

We aim to ignite a lifelong passion for learning in every pupil.  In order to do this, we intend to include, inspire and invest in every pupil through our bespoke curriculum.

At Killinghall we equally value each child’s contribution and cultural identity and develop respect of others and life of all living things. We believe in and value inclusion – recognising achievement however small. We value and celebrate each individual’s successes and ensure safety and well-being. Our children are ‘nurtured’ to independence.

We expect everyone to do their very best and develop their strengths.  We hope all our pupils will make a positive contribution to the world, making it a better world for the future. We build resilience so our pupils learn what is ‘right’, ‘just’ and ‘humane’.

Our pupils learn to understand responsibilities and rights and use their voice to express themselves effectively.

At Killinghall we value conformity and rules for the betterment of society, whilst encouraging individuality and freedom of speech.

Click here to read more about our ethos and values.

A message from the Head

It is a pleasure to introduce you to Killinghall Primary School.  I hope that you find the information within our website both useful and interesting. We hope to provide for you, a valuable insight into the high quality education we deliver to our children.  Our pupils are given opportunity and encouragement to enjoy school and be successful.

The learning galleries on the website demonstrates the importance we place upon stimulating experiences both inside and outside the classroom. We continue to develop strong partnerships between the pupils, staff, parents, governors and the local and wider community.

We have developed a strong culture based on team work which has created a school which goes that “extra mile” for its pupils.

Enjoy your ‘journey’ around the site.

Mrs Claire Spencer


We have regard for Equal Opportunities Law at Killinghall Primary School.

By coming to Killinghall Primary School you agree to treat everyone fairly regardless of:-

  • - Age
  • - Disability
  • - Gender
  • - Race or Nationality
  • - Religion or Belief
  • - Pregnancy
  • - Marriage
  • - Transgender Identity
  • - Sexual Orientation


To find out more about Equal Opportunities at Killinghall, please click here.

This website includes hyperlinks to other websites that are owned and operated by third parties; as such, Killinghall Primary School has no control over the contents of these websites. Killinghall Primary School accepts no responsibility for these sites, any loss or damage that may arise or the privacy policies of these third party websites. It should be noted that the information on our website was correct at the time of publication. It should not be assumed that there will be no change affecting the relevant information before, or during, the next academic year. Parents will always be informed of any changes.

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