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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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Cultures of Coleridge

To see the letter to parents “Cultures of Coleridge March 2015″ please click here.

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Head’s Blog 27th January 2015

A problem with the role of Headteacher is that it is all too easy to lose sight of the things that really matter in a school. One can get bogged down in all the paper work, meetings and emails that never seem to stop arriving.

Each day I try to escape the office and the computer, and walk around the school to speak to the children and teachers – today was no different. After a morning of strategic thinking with our Senior Leadership Team, I went and joined in a game of King Ball in the playground. For those of you that don’t know, King Ball is a game that was introduced to the school years ago by Philip (one of our sports teachers), and is a phenomenon that is pivotal to life in the playground.
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Coleridge links with Kiwengwa

It’s been an exciting week for 6D, who have received their first correspondence from our link school on Zanzibar. The children have been paired up with children of a similar age who attend Kiwengwa Nursery and Primary School. We are really looking forward to learning more about life in Tanzania over the coming months. Year 6 are also very keen to fundraise for the school, so watch this space for bake sales, car washing and much more!

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Nursery meet the Fire Fighters

Nursery have been very lucky to meet some fire fighters this term and learn about what they do to help people.

The morning nursery took a walk down to Hornsey Fire Station to meet the fire men and women. On the way we stopped in Priory park for a play and a snack. When we arrived at the fire station the children got to experience climbing aboard a fire engine, twirl down the fireman’s pole, try on the fire fighter helmets and jackets and squirt water out of a hose. The afternoon nursery children were lucky enough to have the firefighters visit nursery and the fire engine parked on Waverley Road so that we could all go out and climb aboard too!

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Year 1 trip to the Museum of Childhood

On Friday 6th February, 1L visited the Museum of Childhood in Bethnal Green as part of our topic on Toys. We had lots of fun looking at the old toys in the museum and talking about what children used to play with. We also did a workshop where we got to play with old toys and make our own peg dolls. We had a wonderful day and learnt a lot about toys from the past.

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