10 staff members will be leaving a Bradford school at the end of this term due to funding cuts.

Trinity All Saints CE Primary School in Bingley revealed the news in an email sent to parents yesterday.

The school thanked the 10 teachers and teaching assistants for their service and wished them good luck for the future.

In an email from Headteacher Mrs Donna Russell, it was said that: "Due to a reduction in funding, the Governors have had to make a difficult decision to undertake a restructure of our school.

"It is with great sadness that I share that a number of our staff will be leaving us at the end of this term.

"These ladies have given an enormous number of years to this school and deserve a huge thank you for their hard work. They have all gone above and beyond for Trinity and we will miss them dearly. 

"I hope you will join me in wishing them good luck as they move on to their next adventures.

"If you have any questions about your child's class, please contact me via the school office and I will endeavour to answer any queries that you may have."

In a joint statement released today, by the Headteacher and Chair of Governors, it was said: "Following a fall in the birth rate in the Bradford area, Trinity All Saints Primary School now has less children, which has reduced the funding available to our school. Our new staffing structure reflects the number of children in school and ensures our financial security.

"Any change involving people is always difficult, especially within a caring and close-knit community such as Trinity All Saints. Our staff are our family. This restructure is sad for our whole community, but this restructure will enable our school to continue to thrive and provide the best possible education for our pupils.

"We would like to take this opportunity to thank the ladies who are leaving for their hard work. They are truly amazing people."