View our map of primary, secondary and special schools in Bradford. Click on any pin in the map for links to individual school websites.
Want to develop your leadership skills? Teachers and leaders in Bradford can participate in fully-funded National P… https://t.co/jMmR9DD6T8
The UCAS teacher training application portal won’t open for a few more weeks. In the meantime, here are 8 things yo… https://t.co/jv1sjFhLn0
Another great opportunity for primary schools to get involved with pioneering research in Bradford. The 'Glasses in… https://t.co/NrXJqCd8R1
Are you a qualified teacher teaching secondary physics as a non-specialist? Have you had a career break, but wish t… https://t.co/Yi6BUyEqmt
Population: 531,200 (Office for National Statistics, 2016)
Bradford was the first UNESCO City of Film
Named Curry Capital of Britain five years in a row (2011 - 2015)
Bradford has more than 40 public parks
Home to the National Science and Media Museum
Bradford has an international airport, direct trains to London, and is close to M1 and M62
Bradford District is the fourth largest metropolitan district (in terms of population) in England
Bradford has two train stations – Bradford Forster Square and Bradford Interchange
Average monthly rents in Bradford are almost half the national average
Hear direct from Bradford teachers about why they teach in our city. Click on any of their video links below to hear their stories.