Lady Royd Primary A GSG School
- Lady Royd Primary
- Head: Mrs Juliet Rimmer
- T 01274 545395
- F 01274 482595
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- A mainstream state school for pupils aged from 2 to 11
- Boarding: No
- Local authority: Bradford
- Pupils: 338
- Religion: None
- Review: View The Good Schools Guide Review
- Linked schools: Bradford Girls' Grammar School
What The Good Schools Guide says..
Very keen on Jolly Phonics – parents given instruction. Strong results in core subjects at the end of year 6, well above the national average; focused atmosphere in classrooms. Well-led SEN department; three SEN lessons a week if needed plus...
What the school says...
Lady Royd Primary aims to develop the abilities of each child to the full by providing a wide range of opportunities and experiences to challenge and motivate. With smaller class sizes, excellent pastoral care and first rate facilities each child receives an excellent education.
Teachers present subject matter in imaginative ways, employing a wide variety of teaching styles and resources which capture the imagination of each child and encourages them to think for themselves, to question and debate. Within the warm, safe and friendly environment of Lady Royd, children learn with confidence, creativity and focus.
Stimulating trips and residential visits compliment the curriculum and add to the vibrant and challenging learning environment. ...Read more
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What The Good Schools Guide saysVery keen on Jolly Phonics – parents given instruction. Strong results in core subjects at the end of year 6, well above the national average; focused atmosphere in classrooms. Well-led SEN department; three SEN lessons a week if needed plus support within and outside the classroom. Dyslexia...
Mrs Juliet Rimmer, BSc in human nutrition, PGCE KS2/3 science (Bradford).
School became a free school in September 2013, with a non-selective entrance policy. There are two classes of 24 in each year group.