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Welcome to Coleridge Primary School

"Pupils feel very happy, safe and secure in school. They know all staff have their well-being as the highest priority."
Ofsted "Outstanding" - 2015

1. Resilient

"If you suffer a setback, pick yourself up, and have another go. You will succeed!"
Year 5 pupil

2. Respectful

"Respect is about valuing other people’s views and opinions. It’s also about looking after each other and our environment."
Year 4 pupil

3. Reflective

"Learn from your mistakes, and change your approach for the better."
Year 6 pupil

4. Aspiring

"Have dreams and goals. Push yourself to be the best you can be."
Year 3 pupil

5. Caring and Considerate

"Think about how to help others and not just yourself."
Year 1 pupil

At Coleridge, we provide an outstanding learning experience where we inspire children to become creative problem solvers, ready to thrive and succeed in the 21st Century.

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A welcome from the headteacher
Leon Choueke

Coleridge059Welcome to Coleridge Primary School’s website. Nestled on the border of Haringey and Islington, Coleridge Primary is a four form entry primary school, spanning across two sites.

Walking around the school, there is always one magical, unifying factor; children and teachers all revel in learning together. There is never a dull moment. Lessons are creative, exciting and are planned to engage and stimulate.

At Coleridge, we provide an outstanding learning experience where we inspire children to become creative problem solvers, ready to thrive and succeed in the 21st Century.

We aim to give children a positive first experience of learning and to make them responsible citizens who appreciate the value of a strong sense of community.

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    Last week, the DfE Compare School Performance site was updated, and the summary page for Coleridge Primary School describes some aspects of our performance as Average. I do not wish to downplay the significance of nationally published data, and the purpose of this blog isn’t......

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Mar 7 all-day

Dressing up

Children can come into school dressed up as their favourite story character, (from books or books made into films). If you don’t have access to an outfit and would like to borrow something from school then please let your child’s class teacher know and we will be very happy to help find something for your child/children to wear.

Bring in a book
Children can bring their favourite book or poem in from home, to share with the rest of the class, or simply to enjoy during the day. They could bring in a photo of themselves reading it to share with their class. Please make sure their name is in the book.

Parents and Carers

We’d love you to come in and share your own favourite books or poems from your childhood. This could be sharing with small groups or the whole class. Please let your class teacher know if you are able to do this.

Governors Environment, Health & Safety Committee
Mar 7 @ 9:10 am
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