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Statutory Information

All schools in England are required to publish a range of information on their website. This page provides the links and information to receive the statutory information.


If parents/ carers require a paper copies of any information on our website, these can be obtained free of charge from the school office. Please note these may take up to 5 working days to print.

Contact Information

Name of school: Ley Top Primary School

Address: Ley Top Primary School

                  Avenel Road



                  West Yorkshire

                  BD15 7PQ

Phone Number: 01274 541554

Headteacher: Mrs Sandra Rouse

Chair of Governors: Mr Malcolm Sykes        

SENco: Mrs Louise Reavey


For any queries please call our school office; 01274 541554 and speak to Mrs L Durrans or Mrs N Gelder.

Admission Arrangements

 Please visit 'Admissions Arrangements'  to receive this useful information.

Ofsted Report

To view our latest Ofsted report please click here.

We encourage all of our parents/ carers to contribute to the Parent View website. Parent View is run by Ofsted to obtain feedback from parent's about their child's school. Please click here to access the link to 'Parent View'.

Exam and Assessment Results

In the Year 2019/20 we were so proud of what our children achieved. To view our results please visit our school results page.

Please note that due to COVID-19 these performance measures are not current.

School's Performance Table

Please click here to access the Department for Education's School Performance Tables.

Curriculum Information

To access the content of the curriculum our school follows please go to our Curriculum page, to obtain further information about what our children are learning about.

As a school we follow;

Development Matters (a non statutory guidance) and the EYFS Statutory Framework for Nursery and Reception.

The above documents for Early Years come into affect in September 2021. Ley Top Primary School have been Early Adopters for the academic year 2020-2021.

National Curriculum (a statutory document) for year groups 1-6.

For more information regarding phonics please read our phonics page.

If you require more information on our curriculum please speak to your childs' class teacher. If you are a member of the public and require more information please see the details below to see who you should contact.

Curriculum Overview- Mrs P Studzinski- Curriculum Leader.

Early Years Curriculum- Mrs L Hammond- Assistant Head Teacher- Early Years

Key Stage 1 Curriculum- Mrs L Reavey- Deputy Head Teacher

Lower Key Stage 2 (Year 3 &4)- Mrs L Herbert- Assistant Head Teacher- Literacy Leader

Upper Key Stage 2 (Year 5 &6)- Mrs P Firth- Assistant Head Teacher- Mathematics Leader

Please contact these members of staff by contacting our school office- 01274 541554

Our approach to the curriculum complies with the Equality Act 2010. Please click below to view our Accessibility Plan.

Accessibility Plan


Remote Education

Please click below to access our 'Remote Learning' policy. This contains information on how our school provides remote education in the event of self-isolation or lockdown.

Remote Education Policy

Behaviour Policy

Behaviour Policy

School is committed to promoting a positive and diverse culture in which all staff and young people are valued and supported to fulfil their potential irrespective of their age, disability, race, religion, belief, sex or sexual orientation.

We recognise our obligations under the Equality Act 2010 and are committed to promoting the equality and diversity of all those we work with We oppose all forms of unlawful and unfair discrimination, bullying  and harassment. 

Pupil Premium

All our children who are currently on Free School Meals (FSM) or have at some point been on FSM will be registered on the Department for Educations (DfE) Ever 6 list in order to distribute additional funding to schools in the form of Pupil Premium. Government statistics show that children on the Ever 6 register frequently have lower educational attainment than those that have never been eligible, so they introduced the Pupil Premium in an aim to close this gap.

For more information please visit our 'Pupil Premium' page.

Click 'here' to view this years Pupil Premium Statement

For details on the previous academic year please view our Pupil Premium Statement 2019/20

Coronavirus (COVID-19) Catch-Up Premium

Please click the link below to access our Catch Up Funding Plan

 Catch Up Funding Plan

PE and Sport Premium Funding

 For further information regarding our PE and Sport Premium Funding please visit our 'Sport Grant Funding' page.

Click 'here' access our Sport Premium Report 2019/20

Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND)

 At Ley Top Primary School our Special Education Needs and Disabilities Co-Ordinator (SENDco) is Mrs Louise Reavey.

To get in touch with Mrs Reavey please call the school office on; 01274 541554 or alternatively email; louise.reavey@leytop.bradford.sch.uk.

For more information regarding SEND at Ley Top Primary School please view our 'SEND information' Page.

Governors Information and Duties

 At Ley Top Primary School we're privilege to have a full supporting Governing team. 

Our chair of Governors is Mr Malcolm Sykes. His welcome can be view here.

To access their information please visit our Register of all Governors page.


Financial Information

We do not have any employees who have a gross annual salary of £100,000 or more in increments of £10,000.

Transparency Notice

Charging and Remissions Policies

 Our Policy for Charges, Voluntary Contributions, Remissions and Refunds is as seen below:

Charges, Voluntary Contributions, Remissions and Refunds Policy

Values and Ethos

  • To ensure that all learners make at least good progress in Reading, Writing (including Phonics), Maths and the new curriculum from their starting points. Progress must be accelerated in order to bridge the gap formed by the pandemic.
  •  To further develop the school’s curriculum so that it is clear in its intent, strategically planned to cover the full curriculum/development of skills and implemented consistently to ensure maximum impact upon knowledge and understanding.
  • To ensure that Ofsted’s new single judgement of Personal Development is a priority for the whole school.

Requests for Copies

 If you are a parent or carer and would like to request paper copies of any documents on this website, please contact the school office or call in to school and see a member of office staff.

Please note that this may take up to 5 working days, but this service is free to all parents/carers.

Equality Objectives

Our Equality Policy is below:

Equality Policy

Please visit our 'Equality at Ley Top' page for more information regarding Equality.


 Below is our Complaints Policy:

Complaints Policy

For complaints from parents of children with Special Educational Needs (SEN) please contact Mrs L Reavey.


 For further information regarding safeguarding at Ley Top Primary school please access our 'safeguarding'. page 

Below is our Safeguarding and Children Protection Policy.

Safeguarding and Child Protection Policy

Whistleblowing Policy