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News stories from Coleridge Primary School

Driving Change

Before taking the job as head teacher, I remember talking to my predecessor, Mrs Boffey, about the importance of ‘staying ahead of the game’. However, in the current political climate this is becoming increasingly difficult, with change being thrown at education almost on a weekly…

Election Fever Hits Coleridge

In anticipation of the upcoming London Mayoral Elections, children at Coleridge have been gearing up for our own school mock election. Year 5 and 6 children have been hard at work developing policies for our four parties: Aspire, Motion, Impact and Focus. They have created...

Comic Books Rock!

Class 3B has been learning about different types of rocks and the ways they are formed. We decided that a fun and interesting way to share what we found out would be to make comic strips showing these processes. First, we researched the different processes,…

Winston Churchill Public Speaking Competition

On Wednesday the 15th March, a group of Year 6 children represented Coleridge at the ‘Winston Churchill Public Speaking Competition’. The competition was held at Blenheim Palace, Churchill’s birthplace. Coleridge’s speech was based on the statement: "In war, it does not matter who is right,...

Governors Update March 2016

Governing Body A number of governors have been assigned as link governors for the School Development Plan or Teaching & Learning Areas. Their role will be to get a full picture of the subject area they are responsible for and any ongoing issues. English: Sam…