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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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Head’s blog 10th March 2015

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.

In my new role, I am certainly doing lots of learning; some of it comes with ease, whilst some is more challenging. It is the children who ultimately make the tough times worthwhile. As a child learning, it is that sudden realisation that they understand, have got it, that propels them forward to understand more and gives them the buzz of knowledge. I often think that learning something new is like finding the correct prescription for a pair of glasses; it can take a succession of optician appointments and everything appearing hazy, before suddenly everything comes into focus. Unfortunately, I’m still at the weekly testing phase!
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Featured Posts

Annual Egg Decorating Competition

Below is a slideshow of the entries in the Coleridge Annual Egg Decorating Competition.

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Piracy in the Nursery

To celebrate the end of learning about Pirates and mermaids the Nursery decided to have a party. We danced to pirate music, climbed aboard several pirate ships for different adventures and when we reached our desert island we made and ate pirate popcorn! We also went on a walk around school to show off our amazing costumes.

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Dance Competition

A group of children from years 4 – 6 recently had the opportunity to compete in the regional heats of The Great Big Dance Competition, which is the only national dance competition aimed solely at primary schools. The children had been training hard with Jess Keen and Miss Godfrey since September and were specially selected by the competition organisers to perform at the New Theatre, Wimbledon. Although the group did not qualify for the grand final, they had an amazing time and performed brilliantly. Well done to all the children for showing such commitment and enthusiasm. Below is a slideshow and a video of the children’s performance.

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Six Year 6 at Blenheim Palace

Six Year 6 children took part in a very prestigious public speaking competition at Blenheim Palace on Tuesday. Daisy, Eden, Tioma, Evan, George and Stan did us proud with their passionate, clear and inspirational speech about what it takes to be a good leader. Although we didn’t win the competition, we were praised by the judges for our outstanding presentation. The future Prime Minister may be in our midst!

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