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News stories from Coleridge Primary School

Black History Month

This weekend, I was reading an article written by Benjamin Zephaniah. In it, he argued that, despite feelings that society has progressed towards greater racial equality, in actual fact, we have not come nearly far enough. He suggests that Black History Month is a symptom…

Sad News

It saddens me to start my first blog of the new academic year with some devastating news I received over the summer. The day after we said goodbye to Bill our Network manager we learned about a tragic accident that cut short the life of…

The end of a fantastic year!

The end of term always comes around quickly and this term has been no different. For the school it has been a busy but exceptional year and the school has gone from strength to strength. One of the best pieces of advice that Mrs Boffey…

Governors Update June 2015

Governing Body The GB were updated that the SLT (Senior Leadership Team) is currently in the process of revising the SDP (School Development Plan) to reflect OFSTED outcomes. The SDP leaders will meet with SLT and compile action plans for each priority. Office staff are…

Transitional Times

During the holiday, I watched the state opening of Parliament. Though I have always been interested in the colour, tradition and ceremony of the event, on this occasion I paid more careful attention, viewing it all through the eyes of a new head teacher. I…

The Ofsted Inspection

The notion of an ‘outsider’ coming into your school to make a judgement about the ethos and learning is a daunting experience. One can only hope that whoever the inspectors are and whatever backgrounds they come from, that they see, experience and understand the essence…

Time to Reflect

At times when learning something new, we will all have faced great challenges. While learning can be fun, if it is something that needs that extra focus and needs to be practised over and over before progress can be experienced, it can feel quite daunting….