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We are an outward facing school which works with other schools and organisations to champion best practice and secure excellent achievements for all pupils

Our partnerships include:


Yorkshire Inclusive Teaching Schools Alliance YITSA logo

The Yorkshire Inclusive Teaching School Alliance currently composes over 40 partners, including HEIs, schools, colleges and the Local Authority.. In addition to Leeds it spans an area including towns and villages in North and West Yorkshire.

Its school partners represent a very wide range of educational settings, including primary, secondary, special, independent, maintained, academy and PRU as well as the Medical Needs Teaching Service. The Teaching School of this Alliance is the East SILC John Jamieson School and Technology College which is located in the East of Leeds.


Cambridge Primary Review Trust CPRT logo

Harehills Primary School is proud to be working as an alliance school with Cambridge Primary Review Trust as a 'partner in learning'.

This year our Year 5 classes are taking part in a Dialogic Teaching project. Our teachers, mentored by Assistant Headteacher Mrs McMullen, will be focusing on how prioritising high quality classroom talk can enhance pupils' motivation, engagement, participation, thinking and understanding. We will share more information about the project later in the year.

2gether cluster 2Gether Cluster logo

We are one of 12 schools who work together as a cluster of schools to improve outcomes for children and their families.

The 2gether cluster schools are:

  • Bankside Primary School
  • Bracken Edge
  • Carr Manor Primary School
  • Carr Manor Community School
  • Chapel Allerton Primary School
  • Harehills Primary School
  • Hillcrest Primary Academy
  • Holy Rosary and St Anne's Primary School
  • Hovingham Primary School
  • Meanwood C of E Primary School
  • Millfield Primary School
  • St Matthew's C of E Primary School



Arooj Collaborative Arooj logo

The Arooj collaborative is made up of 12 Leeds primary schools. These schools have the largest population of pupils of Pakistani and Bangladeshi heritage. Its aim is to help close the gap in attainment for these pupils.



Business In The Community BITC logo
We value our partnership with BITC and the benefits that volunteers have brought to our school are fantastic. They have helped us to make our environment a better place for all our children. We hope to continue to be involved in initiatives such as 'Give and Gain day' for many years to come..