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News stories from Coleridge Primary School

Class RB Visit Freightliners Farm

Class RB has a rather wet day at Freightliners Farm back in May, but we loved wearing our wellies and splashing in muddy puddles. We saw lots of different animals including goats, cows and sheep. We met Lucky the giant rabbit and stroked the biggest...

Reception Are Back In The Gym

Over this term Reception have made their second trip to My Gym in Crouch End. We practised lots of our balancing and jumping skills. We had lots of fun swinging from the bars and hiding in the ball pit. Over the next few weeks Nursery...

Coleridge Learns To Tango

Since the beginning of May, some lucky children from Years 4 – 6 have had the opportunity to learn Tango during their lunch hour. The lessons have been made possible as a result of the magazine LatinoLife, which secured funding to be used in the...

Developing Teachers, and Teaching

Today we held internal interviews for a new middle leadership role. These positions don’t come up very often; when they do I am always impressed with the number of applicants and the aspirations of our staff team. Today was no different. Candidates were given an…

Inventions in Year 4

Year 4’s topic last half term was Inventions. In English lessons, as part of our Explanation Texts unit of work, children were asked to design their own invention that they wish could be made. They drew a labelled diagram of their design and wrote a...

Year 5 Poetry Performances

In our English lessons in Year 5, we’ve been focusing on the poems of Rachel Rooney. Her poems are great fun; they’re humorous and often contain lots of delicious wordplay! We’ve used a selection of Rachel’s poems from her collection, My Life as a Goldfish,...