Together we Exceed

Our partner schools

We have two initial teacher training Hubs to apply to: one in Bradford and one in Leeds. To train at our Hub covering Bradford and Keighley, you can apply via to Exceed SCITTExceed Partnership or Bradford South Partnership. To train at our Leeds Hub, apply to or Westerton Partnership via Our partner schools take one or more trainee teachers each year. We’re proud of the Ofsted ratings of our partnership of schools; take a look below. We can tell you more during our free local briefing events.

Copthorne Primary School

‘Where there are no limits on learning’. At Copthorne Primary School, children are encouraged to love learning, work hard and welcome and meet the challenges that new learning brings. At the heart of the school is their commitment to work in partnership with parents, carers and the local community to raise aspirations for all and to provide a high quality education for every child.

Horton Grange Primary School

‘Celebrating success together’. Horton Grange Primary is situated at the heart of a thriving culturally diverse community and has places for 750 children aged 2-11 years old.
The teaching at Horton Grange emphasises English and Maths skills, and traditional classroom-based lessons, enriched by innovative learning techniques and a wide range of extra-curricular activities.

Appleton Academy

As Bradford’s first ‘all through’ school we are unique in providing education for children and young people from the age of 3 to 19, and beyond.
It is our aim for our children and young people to develop into ambitious, confident, articulate and inquisitive citizens who are able to adapt their skills in the changing world around them as employees and leaders.

Horton Park Primary School

Horton Park Primary is a school with big ambitions where ‘everyone learns to succeed’. Children are motivated and enthusiastic learners, they concentrate and achieve well by taking responsibility for themselves, their learning and their environment. Each individual child is important to Horton Park Primary and their dedicated staff team work hard to ensure their children make rapid progress in all areas.

Canterbury Nursery School and Centre for Children and Families

At Canterbury, children and their families are at the heart of an encouraging and challenging environment, where everyone recognises and celebrates differences, actively communicates the importance of learning and believes that everyone can achieve.

Oakworth Primary School

It is the school’s priority to provide a stimulating environment where children grow and develop in safe and supportive surroundings and become equipped with skills for life-long learning. Children at Oakworth are recognised as unique individuals, with specific talents and needs. We promote high standards in all areas and work tirelessly to provide a varied and creative curriculum and memorable school experiences that foster a love of learning and make our classrooms hives of activity and enterprise. We are one of the founder schools of the Bronte Academy Trust.

Farnham Primary School

At Farnham Primary we aim to help each child to develop academically, socially, morally, physically, aesthetically and emotionally. In order to facilitate this development we try to promote self respect, confidence and enthusiasm in each child.

Princeville Primary School

At Princeville we encourage children to immerse themselves in learning opportunities that inspire them. We are passionate about nurturing children’s aspiration, independence, determination, creativity and collaboration – we encourage children to take risks in their learning. Princeville learners are equipped for success; we empower them to make a difference in their future.

Lidget Green Primary School

Our School Motto “Learning Together” is an indication that we aim to create a community of pupils, parents, governors and staff with a shared determination to achieve success. The route to that success is shown in our Vision Statement: “Only our best is good enough”. Our children deserve the very best we can give them and know they must play their part by doing their very best.

Crossley Hall Primary School

All children that come to Crossley Hall are confident and open minded individuals; they each have a chance to express themselves in a different way. Teachers offer a wide range of problems for our pupils to challenge themselves when they are learning. Opportunities are given to broaden their thinking so that they can deal with the complexity of world. Children in our school need consistent and fair boundaries. The children in our school deserve teaching that is either good or even outstanding. Sometimes things can be chaotic or confusing. However, our pupils find a way to manage with the problems.

Bradford Central PRU

BCPRU takes pupils from the secondary age range from the whole of Bradford. It comprises of two separate sites, Aireview and Jesse Street, who work together as one single PRU. BCPRU is committed to providing a safe, caring and stimulating environment for pupils placed by their respective Behaviour and Attendance Collaborative (BAC). The key aim is to prevent permanent exclusion and all the adverse consequences which such labelling and experiences create, and enable pupils to succeed in mainstream education.

Miriam Lord Primary School

At Miriam Lord Primary School, we take our aims and our vision seriously. In creating our vision we have worked alongside staff, governors, parents and children to create a statement that we think is simple, and reflect our aims for the school. We return to this vision regularly to see if it still reflects our ultimate aims, or to see if our key priorities have changed. One of the features of our school is that our pupils demonstrate excellent attitudes to learning and their learning behaviours contribute to their educational achievement. Our school is a proud believer in 'Building Learning Power' and uses this ethos to support pupils to become independent learners who show high levels of resilience in the face of challenge. They are supported by a rich curriculum that promotes the development of core skills and provides enrichment, breadth and balance. We provide our pupils with a strong foundation, so that they are able to tackle the next stage in their education or employment with confidence.

Lees Primary School

Lees Primary School is a caring community that provides a kind, positive and supportive environment – one which is responsive to individual needs and which encourages the pursuit of excellence by helping all to achieve their maximum potential both within the classroom and beyond.

Haworth Primary School

Children are the heart of our school: our goal is to create a vibrant, happy, caring community where all can grow to achieve their fullest potential.

Our overarching vision of ‘Learning for Life’, gives a first-class curriculum which develops invaluable life skills and sustainability in school and beyond. Through creative teaching and personalised learning, we will work in partnership with parents to create an inspirational school with an excellent reputation for outstanding education.

Westerton Primary School

Westerton Primary Academy is an educational centre of excellence where we pride ourselves on our ability to develop all aspects of our learners.

Asquith Primary School

We aim to build a school where achievement is high and every child is able to develop and thrive within a supportive atmosphere, where learning is fun and the value of each individual is evident.

Birchfield Primary School

'Birchfield, celebrating uniqueness and excellence, and ensuring that children come first'

Stocks Lane Primary School

At Stocks Lane we create an environment where every child embraces learning and achieves the highest outcomes. We inspire pupils to enjoy learning, feel successful in whatever they do and have the skills to face any challenge

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Children playing at one of our Exceed schools

“We believe that successful schools develop their own identity and individuality and are best placed to meet their own community’s needs.”