This is compared to the national figure which is 20 per cent.
Bradford council will meet to discuss the findings on January 12 and seek ways to improve the amount of English spoken in new immigrant’s homes.
Over 60 per cent of primary school children in Bradford East do not speak English as first language
Twenty one per cent of pupils are on free school meals, compared to 15 per cent nationally.
Ian Murch, Bradford spokesman for the National Union of Teachers, said: “Speaking English as an additional language isn’t necessarily a sign of deprivation.
Bradford council will meet to seek ways to improve the amount of English spoken in these schools
“It is not as big a factor for some communities, especially ones that are well established.
“It will be a bigger issue in communities that are newer to the UK and less established like some Eastern European communities.
Back in 2014, a report by the Department for Education found over one million pupils did not have English as their first language.
The figure was half of the children in schools in towns such as Luton, Slough and Leicester.