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Welcome

On behalf of the children, staff and governors, I would like to welcome you to Thorpe Primary School. Read more…

Ofsted report

“This is a good school. Pupils achieve well from their starting points and teaching is of a good quality.” Read more…

Latest news

There is always lots happening at our school. To read all our latest news and achievements please click here

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About Us

Our school is one form entry and is situated in the heart of Idle village, North of Bradford in West Yorkshire.

At Thorpe we aim to provide the highest quality of education, so that children achieve to the very best of their ability as well as helping all our children become happy, confident and successful individuals.

We strive to create a happy, friendly, safe and encouraging place where everyone feels welcome and valued; where children are inspired to learn; a place where achievement is expected and is celebrated; a place where all members of the school community care about each other and are kind to each other; a place where behaviour is good and where success of all kinds is noticed so we can take pride in all that we do.

‘We Care’

We use kind hands, feet and words
Encourage each other and never give up

Care for and help others
Always try our best in everything we do
Respect each other and school property
Enjoy learning.

Recent News

6th March 2020

6th March 2020

  World Book Day It was fantastic to see so many children and staff dressed up as book/story characters for…

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February 28th 2020

February 28th 2020

  Edible Playgrounds The project is almost complete despite the bad weather over the last couple of weeks. Thank-you to…

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Ofsted’s view…

“This is a good school. Pupils achieve well from their starting points and teaching is of a good quality. The work pupils are asked to do is not only challenging but also really enthuses pupils so they enjoy their learning. Pupils are friendly and polite. Good provision is in place for pupils’ spiritual, moral, social and cultural development.”