Barkerend Road,
Bradford, Yorkshire BD3 0AB

01274 722981

Byron Primary School

Our Classes

Have you ever wondered why our classes have unusual names? Well, here at Byron we do all we can to promote reading. Each class has the honour of being named after a famous author. These authors have written one of the books on each of the year group book lists.

The children have found out more about their author and made sure they have read their class book.

Support your child by encouraging them to read the other books on their year group book list and other ones by their author.



Mr Martin Atkinson - Class Teacher

Mrs Noshaba Khan 1:1 support

Ms Haleema Khatoon 1:1 support

Mrs Rashida Musa 1:1 support






3B has been named after a fantastic author... Enid Blyton.

Enid Blyton has written many wonderful children's books including: "The Famous Five"

"The Secret Seven" and our class book, "The Enchanted Wood"

Remember, "The Enchanted Wood" is one of the books on the Year 3 reading list, so make sure you try to read it this year.





Miss Zarish Arshad - Class Teacher

Mrs Rabia Bibi - 1:1 Support




3D has been named after the famous author, Roald Dahl.

Some of his most famous works have been turned into films, such as; "The Witches", "Matilda",

"The BFG" and "Charlie And The Chocolate Factory"

He wrote over 30 books in his lifetime.

"George's Marvellous Medicine" is a book on our Year 3 book list, so please take some time and familiarise yourself with it.






Mrs Rosie Watson - Class Teacher - Monday, Tuesday




Mrs Lucy Ainsworth - Class Teacher - Wednesday, Thursday, Friday

Mr Luke Maxwell 1:1 support

Mrs Fereza Amin - Year 3 LSA

Mrs Alia Khan - Year 3 LSA




Michael Morpurgo was a teacher who loved reading stories to his classes. When he ran out of other people's stories to read he wrote some himself!

He has written many popular books including: "Private Peaceful", "War Horse" and "Kensuke's Kingdom".

He has actually written at least 70 books!

Our class book is "Cool".

How many of his books will you read this year?