Pupil Referral Units
Kirsty Ratcliffe - Headteacher
Tel: 01274 735298
Fax: 01274 733795
The Park Primary Pupil Referral Unit (PRU) is a 50-place unit which serves the whole of the Bradford Metropolitan District. It provides longer-term full-time provision for Key Stage 1 & 2 pupils , the majority of whom have an Education Health & Care Plan
(EHCP) for Social, Emotional and Mental Health Difficulties (SEMH).
Bradford Central PRU
Trevor Loft - Headteacher
Tel: 01274 385797
Fax: 01274 619050
Bradford Central Pupil Referral Unit (PRU) is a split-site pupil referral unit and was inspected by Ofsted in February 2015 and was judged to be outstanding in all key areas.
Aireview and Jesse Street provide a total of 50 short-term placements for Key Stage 3 and Key Stage 4. Both centres have close links with the mainstream schools through the Behaviour and Attendance Collaboratives (BACs). One of the purposes of the centres
is to provide education to those pupils who have been permanently excluded and to support them in to their next appropriate educational provision. The centres also work to capacity with young people who are nearing exclusion with the intention of providing
educational assessment and guidance, strong pastoral support through multi-agency links and a planned return to their own mainstream school. Referral for preventative placements is through the appropriate Behaviour and Attendance Collaborative. A referral
form may be downloaded from
Liam Gordon – Acting Head of Centre
Tel: 01274 585318
Fax: 01274 596879
Jesse Street PRU
Richard Bottomley – Head of Centre
Tel: 01274 491986
Fax: 01274 548343
April Alston / Simon McBride – Headteacher
Tel: 01274 619504
Ellar Carr Road
Ellar Carr provides longer-term full-time provision for up to 54, predominently Key Stage 3 pupils and up to 15 Key Stage 4 pupils, the majority of whom have a Education Health & Care Plan (EHCP) for Social, Emotional and Mental Health Difficulties (SEMH).
Bradford District PRU
John Kane – Headteacher
Tel: 01274 729402
District PRU makes provision for predominantly Key Stage 4 pupils who attend alternative programmes of study commissioned through the PRU. Referrals are made through the BACs and SENIP. Students attend an induction programme which informs subsequent programmes
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