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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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Christmas news round up

“Swab. Save a Life” event

Coleridge Primary School together with Team Margot and Delete Blood Cancer UK are hosting  a community event  ‘Swab. Save a Life’ day at Coleridge  on Saturday 17 January 2015. The event will be in memory of inspirational 2 year-old Margot Martini who sadly lost her fight with leukaemia on 27 October 2014.

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Collection for Shelter

Following each performance of the school’s Christmas Play “James and the Giant Peach” the collection for Shelter has raised £1,419.29. Thank you to all who so generously gave.

Head's Blog

Head’s blog 19th December 2014

I stumbled across a story on the internet yesterday which struck a chord with me, and which I thought I would share.

An old man was walking on the beach one morning after a storm. In the distance, he could see someone moving like a dancer. As he came closer, he could see it was a young woman picking up starfish and gently throwing them into the ocean.

“Young lady, why are you throwing starfish into the ocean?”
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Nursery Nativity

For the past few weeks both the morning and afternoon Nursery children, have been busy in their music lessons, learning eight new songs to perform for our Christmas Nativity performances. Year 6 came into Nursery and were a wonderful audience for our Nativity dress rehearsals. They made the children sound even louder as they joined in singing the songs and helped the younger children remember all the actions. On Friday the Nursery was full to bursting. All of our families came to watch the children dress up in beautiful costumes while we told the story of why we celebrate Christmas. Both Nativity performances were fantastic and everybody was very proud of the children’s efforts. The adults enjoyed mulled wine and mince pies afterwards. Thank you to all the parent support for this event.

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Haringey’s Got Primary Dance Talent

A mixed group of Year 4, 5 and 6 children recently had the opportunity to take part in Haringey’s Got Primary Dance Talent. The competition took place at Hornsey School for Girls, where a number of primary schools participated in this annual event. Coleridge performed a modern piece which was choreographed by Jess Keen. The children had been practising hard since October and it showed! They danced and performed brilliantly and definitely did the school proud. At the end, they were awarded with a certificate for their excellent focus. The group are now looking forward to performing the dance to the rest of the school in assembly.

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Silver Success

Four girls, Nea from Year 6 and Flora, Leila and Sasha from Year 5, represented Coleridge in the Haringey Girls’ Table Tennis Tournament  held at Alexandra Park School. Competing against exclusively Year 6 girls, they achieved the silver medal position, beating eight other schools.  Well done girls!

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