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Welcome to our school's website

A very warm welcome to Home Farm Primary and our school website.

Home Farm Primary School is a two form entry primary school with a nursery. We pride ourselves on our caring and friendly atmosphere. Our school is a happy place, where children learn in a supportive atmosphere and all members of the community respect one another. We have high expectations for learning and behaviour. We encourage our children to aim high.

We are a central part of the community we serve. We love our diverse nature and enjoy celebrating the differences and the many things we share in common with everyone in our community.

We welcome visits to the school from prospective parents, applicants for jobs and others who have a professional interest in the work we do - we are always proud of what we have to show when people come to visit. Our visitors are always impressed with what they see.

If you need any further information, please don’t hesitate to contact us.

Mrs Joanne Poole

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Family Support (out of school hours)

If you need support whilst school is closed (during holidays or weekends), please click on the link below for further information about services in Bradford.

FYI are a free, impartial service offering advice, information and signposting to children, young people and families within the Bradford district. Here you can find information and advice pages for all aspects of family life, a service directory and a guide to local activities and events. https://fyi.bradford.gov.uk/

However, if you feel a child is at risk of immediate harm please contact the Police or Bradford Children's Services on 01274 435400

School News Feed
  • Important
    28 November 2023
    School Christmas Dinner
    Good Morning, School Christmas Dinner this year is on Tuesday12th December for our Nursery children in Ladybirds and caterpillars. Thursday 14th December for the rest of the school. Apologises as the key dates on the newsletter had the incorrect date.
  • Event
    24 November 2023
    Sleep Clinic - support for parents
    Together Trust are hosting some support events for parents who have concerns regarding their children's sleep. They are holding an online group session and also individual clinic sessions where support and information can be given. See the flyers attached for more information
  • General
    14 November 2023
    School Survey
    Please find attached the Parent Survey Analysis Report, recently done in school.
  • Important
    10 November 2023
    Main phone line
    We have recently had a new telephone system installed if you need to contact us please use the main telephone number of 01274 777020.
  • General
    7 November 2023
    Cost of Living Drop-Ins
    Hello All Please find attached a couple of leaflets for Cost of Living Drop-in sessions
  • Newsletter
    6 November 2023
    Christmas Craft
    Good Morning Please note a correction to the day of the Christmas craft morning in school for parents. Friday 1st December - All School 9am to 11.15am Monday 4th December - Nursery Ladybirds 9am to 11.15am
  • Newsletter
    31 October 2023
    Autumn 2 Newsletter
    Good Afternoon Please find attached Autumn 2 Newsletter.
  • General
    30 October 2023
    Online Safety - 5 nights at Freddy's
    You might know Five Nights at Freddy’s by reputation, even if your child has never actually played the game. Via playground rumours and circulated footage on platforms like YouTube, this 12-rated survival horror series (so far comprising nine games, several spin-off novels and a movie adaptation) has become possessed of a certain cult status among far younger players. Whether the initial interest is sparked by peer pressure or morbid curiosity, this spooky saga of things that go bump in the night seems to resonate with many pre-teen gamers. However, as the guide explains, the sinister characters, unrelenting sense of tension and some disturbing themes are all potential hazards that parents and carers should be aware of. Please read for more information.
  • Newsletter
    13 June 2023
    Key Dates for Summer Term
    Please find attached an updated copy of the Key Dates for Summer Term. Please note the date for Parents to meet the New Teachers is 12th July


1st December - Christmas craft morning

4th December - Christmas craft for Nursery Ladybirds & Caterpillars

4th December - Robin Hood Panto Y4,5 & 6

7th December - Cinderella Panto Y1,2 & 3 

12th December - EYFS Nativity for Parents           9.15am - 10.15am

12th December - Christmas Performance Y3 & Y4 2-3pm

12th December - Christmas Dinner Nursery Ladybirds & Caterpillars

13th December - Christmas Performance for parents Y1 & Y2  9am - 10am


13th December - Santa visiting school

14th December - Christmas performance for parents Y3 & Y4   9.15am - 10.15am

14th December - Christmas performance for parents Y1 & Y2   2pm - 3pm

14th December - Christmas Dinner

15th December - EYFS Nativity for parents 9.15am - 10.15am 

15th December - Nursery  Butterflys & Caterpillars - Christmas Party - PM

18th December - Christmas performance for parents Y5 & Y6   9am - 10am


18th December - Nursery Ladybirds & Caterpillars - Christmas Party - PM 

18th December - Christmas performance for parents Y5 & Y6   2pm - 3pm

19th December -  Mrs Poole's Sing-along-a-Christmas - AM

19th December - Reception, Y1, Y2, Y3, Y4, Y5 & Y6 Christmas Parties - PM 

19th December - School closes for Christmas 

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