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50th Anniversary


Welcome to Sir Harold Jackson/Bradway Primary School's Anniversary Page.

Our school was originally named after Sir Harold Jackson who was chairman of the Sheffield Education Committee for fifty years and who was also Lord Mayor of Sheffield. The school opened to pupils in September 1967 but was not officially opened until 22nd March 1968 with a total of 330 children then attending. In 2009 the name changed to Bradway Primary School in order to better reflect the school's close relationship with the community of Bradway.

I hope that you will find these pages interesting and that you will add to them if you can by sending us any pictures or stories about the school that you may have.

As a past pupil or parent, would you like to help children in the future? 
Although Bradway Primary School is committed to providing extra support for vulnerable pupils, we lack a dedicated area . As part of our school's 50th Golden Anniversary celebrations we are hoping to create a nurture area, partly funded by ex-pupils and providing a lasting legacy. Help us raise £2000 to help fund a nurture room at Bradway Primary School. Please #donate on @justgiving and let others know. Thanks! https://www.justgiving.com/crowdfunding/bradway-primary?utm_id=60&utm_term=Y2bdY6kvp


Events Photos History

Our 50th anniversary

50th Anniversary

An Introduction to Bradway Primary

Selected Quotes

"You have a special school team; my children are privileged to part of it." - Parent