Message sent from:
School closes for all pupils on Friday 17th July. Plans for September will follow as soon as possible. We wish all our Broadgate school community a healthy and happy Summer.

Headteacher's Welcome

Broadgate is a primary school that values standards and achievement in all aspects of learning.  We strive to achieve the best possible outcomes for our pupils, in a learning environment that seeks to ensure all children are happy, successful and confident.  We are extremely proud of all that goes on here and the wonderful community that we serve.  

As this website demonstrates, the children at Broadgate are supported in life and learning by dedicated staff, governors, parents and carers.

Please use the links to browse around our website, which provides a wealth of information about our school.  It contains details of everything you need to know about life at Broadgate, and if you think we’ve missed something, please don’t hesitate to see our contact us page and let us know.  Enjoy browsing!

Warm regards,

Elaine McLellan.

School News Feed
  • General
    15 July 2020
    Weekly update
    Dear all, I hope this message still finds you all safe and well. This will be my last weekly update for this term as we finish on Friday for the summer holiday. I will be sending out a message tomorrow which will contain important information about the return to school in September. Both today’s message and the message tomorrow will also be available to view on the front page of our website. I have also attached the school calendar and some important dates for the autumn term to this message. The key thing I wanted to say to you all today was thank you. I want to thank you all for your patience, support and understanding throughout this incredibly difficult time. Despite not being physically together, I have never felt more aware of what a wonderful community I am privileged to work in. The sense of support and working together no matter how distant, and how challenging has never been stronger for me. I know how difficult this time has been for everybody. We have all had to get used to new ways of living and working with restrictions we would have never thought possible a year ago. As much as we have tried, I know that we may not always have got it right! However, the one thing I have seen, from the children and staff in school, the emails, pictures and videos I have received is the resilience of our community. I have been in awe of the way that you have all supported each other and the way you have adapted. Thank you all for all that you have each done individually and as a community to get through this period. As we close for the summer, I hope that you will all take the opportunity over the coming weeks to refresh and recharge as far as you possibly can. We will not be posting any more home learning – the children deserve a break. For those that have been in school, they too deserve a break. Personally I am very much looking forward to spending some quality time with my family, who to be fair, have not been seeing me at my best for the past few months! They definitely deserve a break!! So, I hope that you are all able to do something you enjoy over the summer and then we can all come back to school in September ready for the challenges of the new term and a new school year. As I have said before, please do not worry that your child may be behind. There is plenty of time for us to ensure that the children are able to get back into good school habits and continue with their learning as though nothing had happened. We will be there to support them and we will be there to ensure that they can continue to do their best. We all know how resilient children can be – the staff are excited and prepared to start the new year and continue the learning journeys of all. So, as always, take care, stay safe, and I cannot wait to see you all in September! Have a lovely summer.
  • General
    3 July 2020
    A note on plans for September
    Dear all, You will no doubt be aware that the DfE released its guidance for schools on planning for re-opening in September yesterday. I appreciate that you will all have many questions about how things will look and how it will be organised as we plan for all children to return to school in the new autumn term. Please could you bear with us as we work our way through the (very lengthy) guidance and make our plans. I hope to be in a position to share initial plans with you all before we close for the summer on Friday 17th July. I will then send more detailed information to you all in the week before we return to school (week beginning 31st August). Please be aware that Monday 7th September will be a staff training day. so school will open for Years 1-6 on Tuesday 8th September. Thank you all for your patience and support during this challenging time. Please take care and stay safe.
  • General
    13 May 2020
    PTA message
    The PTA have asked me to share this message with you. It could win the school many new books for our library project! Please take a moment to nominate us! Thank you. Our school needs you! Help us win £5,000 of National Book Tokens for the school library - and get £100 for yourself! Just enter the competition online, it only takes a minute: https://www.nationalbooktokens.com/schools

School Calendar

Embedded Calendar

Parent View

parentview logo2

Click on the link to access Ofsted's Parent View

Leeds Domestic Violence Service

dv logo 3(1)

24 Hour Helpline: 0113 246 0401

In case of immediate danger call 999

Hit enter to search