About Us

Bradfield Dungworth Primary is a small rural school on the outskirts of Sheffield, 6 miles from the city centre; it enjoys the largest primary school catchment area in the city, most of which is within the Peak District National Park. Its 122 children come from a widespread area, with many living several miles away and coming to school by bus. 

We have a modern, purpose-built hall of 200 square metres, with its own toilets and production kitchen which provides freshly cooked meals enjoyed by around 90% of the children. The hall is part of a partnership with the community and there is an agreement for shared use.

We also have a well-equipped adventure play area to the side of the hall. This summer sees the construction of a new 'eco classroom' to support outdoor learning and emotional health and well being.

 In 2020-21 we have five classes: 

  • Rainbow Class (Reception) - 25 children, in a large, bright classroom with easy access to the outside play area
  • Fern Class (Year 1) - 22 children
  • Willow Class (Year 2) – 21 children 
  • Acorn Class (Year 3 / Year 4) - 32 children 
  • Ivy Class (Year 5 / Year 6) - 22 children. 

We have an enthusiastic and passionate staff who are all keen and innovative, ensuring that the children are very well taught and supported in a relaxed environment.

Bradfield Dungworth School has many strengths and these are highlighted in the school inspection report. Relationships with children, parents, staff and governors are perhaps its greatest strength, resulting in a happy school with high standards of achievement.

 Before and After School Provision

  A breakfast club is provided from 7.45 - please ask at the office.

 We provide an After School Club that runs until 5.30pm every evening except Friday. 

 We also ran a range of alternative after school clubs in school (prior to Covid 19)

School Buses

Two escorted minibuses bring some children to school and collect them at the end of the day.