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Drighlington Primary School

Nurturing, supporting, believing, achieving!

Moorland Road, Bradford
West Yorkshire, BD11 1JY

0113 2853000

Headteacher: Mrs Sue Jackson

  1. Useful Information
  2. About Us
  3. What Parents/Carers Need to Know
  4. Parents in Partnership

Parents in Partnership

What is PIPs?

PiPs stands for “Parent’s in Partnership” and provides an opportunity for parents to bring babies and pre-school children to play for an hour in a safe environment.


How will it benefit me and my child?

  • Informal setting
  • Have a coffee and relax
  • Educational play resources provided
  • Learn more about school, policies etc.
  • Discuss ways you can ‘best’ support your child’s social, emotional and educational development.
  • Meet other parents
  • Make new friends

All for free!!


When and Where?

Every Friday during term time

Community Room

11.20 – 12.45


For further information…

Contact Mrs. Seabourne our Learning Mentor Tel: 0113 2853000 or just pop in when you have time.

We look forward to seeing you.


PIPS Den Building

On Friday 17th July we built and played in dens. The voluntary contributions raised will be given to Save the Children as part of "Lets Build a Better World". The children had great fun and enjoyed making flags and bunting to promote this.


PIPs Christmas Event

The PIPs group had a fantastic time when they went to visit Santa's Grotto at Tong Garden Centre


PIPs Christmas Party

We had a very special visitor at our Christmas Party. Some of the children were curious about the whereabouts of Ruldolph....however they were reassured quickly when they realised he was 'eating all the carrots at the shops' 


PIPs Party in The Park

In July the PIPs group packed a picnic and visited the local park. They all enjoyed playing at the park and eating the lovely food.

PIPs Easter Egg Hunt

Using visual clues and font the children followed instructions to find their individual eggs.  We had fun and learnt through play. Alongside this we developed social skills and turn-taking.

Our PIPs group enjoying lunch together.

Christmas Party

The children at PIPs were delighted to be visited by a very special guest. All of them received a gift and they enjoyed the party celebrations.