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At Coleridge Primary School our aim is to create a happy, friendly and inclusive school, where children and adults respect each other. We want children to grow up enjoying learning.

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The first day back for children is Wednesday 3rd September.

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Head’s blog 18th July 2014

There is a quote from President J.F. Kennedy that has stood with me during my teaching career.  It is as valid now as it was in July 1963 when John Kennedy addressed the UNICEF committee.

‘Children are the world’s most valuable resource and its best hope for the future.’

At Coleridge we have adopted this mantra and during all the changes over the years, some made by us, others foisted upon us, children have always come first.  It has helped having worked with wonderful teachers and support staff and I can honestly say that I am in awe of the skills and dedication of our staff today.
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A living roof for the outdoor classroom

This slideshow features the new living roof fitted to our outdoor classroom. The roof was made possible with help of a grant from the Metropolitan Parks and Gardens Association. Coleridge is now the grateful custodian of an eco-classroom.

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Coleridge Junior Masterchef

After over fifty entries to the Coleridge Junior Masterchef, five finalists were chosen, they were; Gabriella (5F), William (3H), Daniel (5S), Ruby (3R) and George (5F). The children ordered all their ingredients online and on Thursday 3rd July cooked their dish in the school kitchens. The standard of the dishes was incredibly high and after a lot of deliberation, Daniel Cohen was crowned the winner.

Daniel cooked his dish on Wednesday 9th July for all children and staff and the responses were overwhelming! We hope to see Daniel’s ‘Sticky Chicken with rice and peas’ on the menu for a long time to come!

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Spanish Week at Coleridge Primary

Una semana maravillosa! We celebrated a whole week of Spanish language and culture. The week started on a high note with a whole school flamenco assembly and children were really motivated and excited. We’ve enjoyed many different activities like flamenco and salsa dancing workshops across every year group. It was great seeing the children and staff dancing in partners, we’ve discovered that everybody has an inner salsa/flamenco dancer!

Year 6 made ‘Tortillas’ with real Mexican flour, it was so successful that I even heard some children are planning to go on a ‘Tortilla expedition’ to Mexico. On the last day children dressed up, there were ‘sombreros’, ‘ponchos’ ‘flamenco dancers’ everywhere, a real explosion of beautiful colours.

Dancing, singing, making decorations, and food preparation made Spanish Week one to remember, a real ‘fiesta’ for children at Coleridge.

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