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Hollybush Primary School

Nurture, Respect, Aspire

Broad Lane, Bramley, Leeds, West Yorkshire, LS13 2JJ

0113 887 3310

Go to the Transition Pages in Home Learning and the Year Group Pages in Curriculum to find out about your class and learning in September.

On these pages there are links to the Year Group Playlist to watch messages from you new teacher.



To watch the Year 6 Leavers Assembly


To watch Hollybush End of Year Celebration Video on YouTube.

You have all been amazing - See you in September!


During the summer break if you are looking for activities there is a range of useful information on the Breeze website.

If you are experiencing difficulties, need advice or support, information is available on the Leeds Safeguarding Children's Partnership website, or you can contact your local Early Help Hub 0113 535 1924 or Bramley Cluster 0113 386 2360 who can either provide information or signpost to useful support.

Free school meal Summer Covid 19 vouchers

If you are in receipt of free school meals and provided your email address by the deadline, then you should receive an e-voucher code via email during next week, w/c 20th July 2020.

Please ensure you have checked your emails including your junk email folder and trash before contacting the School Vouchers Provider EdenRed.

The contact details for EdenRed who are the voucher provider are as follows:-

helpline 0843 453 4000

Thank you.



This is an exciting time for everyone who is involved in the Hollybush School community; we have a fantastic staff team and are committed to Hollybush Primary School becoming a centre of excellence for local children and families.  Hollybush Primary School was inspected by Ofsted in March 2018.  As a result of the significant programme of improvements put in place by the leadership team since the appointment of a new Headteacher in September 2017, the inspection team found:

“The recently appointed head teacher exudes high expectations. She is ambitious for all pupils and has created a positive learning environment. Staff are committed to improving the school rapidly, and morale is good.  Governors are increasingly challenging of key leaders and managers. They know the school well.”  Ofsted March 2018.


Hollybush Primary School is a warm and welcoming place to be.  We strive to provide learning of the highest quality and to recognise and nurture the individual interests and abilities of every child.  We want our children to believe in themselves, to respect others, and are committed to attaining the highest personal, social and academic standards.   

“The school promotes pupils’ personal development well. Pupils are well cared for and feel safe.” Ofsted March 2018.


The staff at Hollybush Primary School encourage and nurture the partnership between the school and our families as we know a strong home/school partnership is key to children’s happiness and success. There are regular informal and formal opportunities for parents to be involved in the life of the school, through events such as parents’ meetings, assemblies, performances, productions and visits during themed weeks.

“Parents and carers indicated that their children enjoy school. Parents are supportive of the school’s work” Ofsted March 2018.


Please don’t hesitate to contact school directly if you have any further questions.


Mrs B Robertson  



Hollybush is working with the local authority to ensure we continue to safeguard our children and families at this difficult time.  If you or someone you know needs help or advice due to suffering domestic violence or abuse click here.