Bradford Primary Schools Linking 2023-2024

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Are you looking for a project to support your pupils to explore identity, be comfortable with difference and build connections across Bradford?

We are now recruiting for Bradford Primary Schools Linking 2023-2024. As always, we want this programme to be manageable for teachers and impactful, thoughtful, and enjoyable for all children. It is curriculum rich, promotes achievement and is based on evidence about effective social contact that reduces prejudice and supports your EDI work.



Bradford Primary Linking Schools


The Linking Network works with children and young people to build relationships with people they might otherwise not meet – people of different ethnicities, religions, and backgrounds – through providing resources, teacher training and ongoing support. 


We are delighted to be recruiting for our 2023-24 linking programmes.  Details are below. There is no charge for these programmes for Bradford schools who would like to participate thanks to the support of Bradford Council. Please do get in touch to discuss how your school can get involved.


 Bradford Primary Schools Linking Programme 2023-2024

An opportunity for classes of Key Stage 2 children to form a link with another class in the district. Through the programme children explore identity and to connect with and learn from one another.  


The Linking Network provides free half day CPD training for linked teachers, so they are able to plan a thoughtful, enjoyable Linking journey through the year that best suits their children, supported by the Linking team and using our wide range of linking resources.


The programme has been running in the district for over 20 years and all Primary Schools are welcome to express an interest to join the programme. 

Please contact Jean Whitaker or ring Linda Cowie on 07969720150 for details.

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Published: 22/05/2023
Audience: Primary headteachers, SLT and Key Stage leaders and teachers
Contact: Jean Whitaker

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