Lees Primary School

Putting Children First

Part of Bronte Academy Trust

Welcome to the parental involvement worker page - my name is Mrs. Heys and I’m the PIW here at Lees. I can be contacted by phoning or emailing the school office. Please do get in touch if you have any concerns, questions or just want to say hello as it’s always lovely to speak to our families.

We have a very popular school Facebook page which has lots of information and photos on so please check it out. We have many events taking place in school and we share photos whenever we can. It’s also great to see what children and families get up to at home so please send in achievements and photos so we can share them with our wonderful school community here at Lees.

Thank you

Upcoming Events

  • Friday 26th January - Whole school art day, children should come to school in clothes suitable for doing art all day.

  • Friday 2nd February - NSPCC number day, £1 donation, children should come to school dressed  in numbers / patterns or shapes.  Our theme for the day will be how math's is used in life.

  • Tuesday 6th February - Safer internet day, the school will be conducting a whole school e-safety afternoon with a range of activities and workshops.

  • Monday 5th - Friday 9th February is children's mental health week.  Children will be conducting craft sessions in the hall with parents invited to come along and join in.  Further information will be sent to parents shortly.

  • Wednesday 21st - Monday 26th February - Scholastic book fair.  This will be running daily from the sheds at school collection time.  Please come along and choose your books - these can be paid for online using the card payment link.

Pastoral care we offer in school

The mental health of our children is our priority.  We offer a range of support for our families including providing information on external support services in our local area and nurture sessions.  If you have any concerns about your child, please contact Mrs Heys to arrange a meeting to go through the services we can offer you.

Local support resources and information for parents

SEND resources

BEAT (Bradford Early Advice Team): support for families whose child/young person is on the waiting list for a neurodiversity assessment. 
Telephone number: 01535 661275,  E-mail: info@aware-uk.org, Website: https://localoffer.bradford.gov.uk/service/1444-bradford-early-advice-team-beat


AWARE (Airedale and Wharfedale autism resource)  AWARE is a parent-run group supporting families with children and young adults on the autistic spectrum (formal diagnosis not required).  

Telephone number: 07826 926 150, 01535 661275, Email: info@aware-uk.org, website: https://aware-uk.org/

Bradford local offer: The Local Offer is a new way of giving children and young people with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND) 0-25 and their parents or carers information about what activities, services and support is available across education, health and social care (Inc. voluntary sector)  in the area where you live.  Website: https://localoffer.bradford.gov.uk/services


Lees Library

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Lees Library can be found in the sheds on the playground here at Lees Primary School. We have been working very hard to organise the books, create an outdoor reading area and run Story Time sessions so please come along and see what the library has to offer, encourage your child to borrow a book or just come and say hello.

 The library is open every lunchtime for the children to come and enjoy the books. Children will have the opportunity to borrow a book, either at lunchtime or with their class.
Reading is at the heart of everything we do here at Lees and we always encourage the children to come to the Library - to sit and read, enjoy a book with their friends and to borrow a book to read at home. The books can be kept for one week and we then ask for them to be returned for other children to enjoy!

Story Sacks

We also offer our children story sacks which will be available on Thursday after school from the sheds. These have been funded by our wonderful FoLees charity and are for parents to collect with their children and take home to enjoy over the weekend. Each story sack will contain a range of games and resources all based on the story. Parents will need to return them by the following Monday. If you would like a story sack for your child but cannot collect, please inform Mrs Heys to arrange collection. 

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Lost Property 

 The lost property is located in the Library which is in the sheds on the playground. Any unnamed items will be placed inside the cupboard for the children and families to have a look. 

Please can all items coming into school be named, as it’s really tricky to return items when we do not know who they belong to.

Thank you.

Local Childminders in Cross Roads

2020 / 2021

During 2020 and 2021 we came together as a school community during the COVID Pandemic. We stayed at home and home schooled, learnt on video calls and kept in contact by telephone, worked in bubbles and were separated from our friends and colleagues . It was tough but we made it through these unprecedented times.

Our Facebook page enabled us to share everything our families got up to at home - from Lego Challenges to walking in our beautiful surroundings, learning to ride bikes to tying shoe laces. We also made a few videos which we all loved. Please click on the links below to enjoy!