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Drighlington Primary School

Nurturing, supporting, believing, achieving!

Moorland Road, Bradford
West Yorkshire, BD11 1JY

0113 2853000

info@drighlingtonprimary.org.uk

Headteacher: Mrs Sue Jackson

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  2. Useful Contacts and Snow Procedures

Useful Contacts and Snow Procedures

Community Contact Information

We are proud of our place within the community. We have particularly close links with Drighlington Community Library and Drighlington Parish Council

Click here for a link to Drighlington Library. 

Click here for a link to Drighlington Parish Council Website.

Click here for local Children's Services website and information regarding school holiday activities .

Click here for West Yorkshire Police parking at school advice.

Click here for Drighlington Juniors Football website.

Click here for Drighlington Rugby Club website.

 

Leeds City Council Contact Information

Adult Social Care:

0113 222 4401

Antisocial Behaviour:

0113 222 4402

Children and Young People's Social Care:

0113 222 4403

Council Housing (registration and bids):

0113 222 4413

Council Tax and Benefits:

0113 222 4404

Environmental Services:

0113 222 4406

Free School Meals:

0113 222 4404

Highways:

0113 222 4407

Housing for Homeless:

0113 222 4412

Snow Procedures

When the MET Office issue weather warnings they often send a message directly to schools. When this happens we will let everyone know via Twitter, the school website news page, and via the mobile APP. This is so that our families and staff can take extra care when travelling to school, knowing what to expect with regard to the weather. We hope that this is helpful to everyone.

Keeping the school open is our main priority. However, there are times when we have to close due to adverse weather. As soon as a decision is made we aim to inform families and staff. We do this in a range of ways. We telephone Radio Leeds and ask them to announce on live radio. They usually do this at a quarter and quarter to the hour. We also inform Leeds City Council and ask them to announce the closure on their websites.

We ask everyone to be aware that, despite our best plans, we sometimes have difficulty accessing the internet on snow days. When this happens we rely total upon Radio Leeds because all of the other methods require internet access. Last of all, we ask everyone to remember that we do our best to keep school open and reduce impact of closure when it has to happen.