Welcome to Coppice Farm Primary School
We hope that you find everything you need on our website.
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11/06/20 An important message from our school uniform provider View the information here.
Virtual Year 6 Open evening for Arnold Hill
30th September 2020
*EYFS new starter parents should refer to information given out during transition meetings
Out of school care with the Lime Trees at Coppice Farm.
Head Teacher: Mr J Brewster
Deputy Head Teacher: Mrs D Quarless-McGee
Designated safeguarding lead: Mr Brewster and Mrs Quarless-McGee
Our School SENCO's: Miss Hempstead / Mrs Davies
Chair Of Governors: Mr Jim Brough (safeguarding and anti-bullying)
We hope that prospective parents and other visitors to our site will be able to find what they are looking for and gain an insight into our school’s ethos and core values.
Our principal values are on treating all children equally and preparing them for adult life in modern Britain. We want all children to be the best they can be. The D.F.E have recently reinforced the need for schools to promote British Values. Our expectations of the children and work in school underpins the values of Democracy, The Rule of Law, Individual Liberty, Mutual Respect and Tolerance of those of different faiths.
Pupil voice is crucial and children use democratic systems through our school and class councils. The rule of law is reflected in our curriculum and when dealing with behaviour. Pupils make individual choices as part of their individual liberty. The school creates a safe environment for pupils and to support them. Pupils learn about different faiths and experience diversity so they can respect others.
If you require further guidance from any of the information on the website or queries then hard copies are available at the school office or you can ask to speak to Ms Julie Welch. Paper copies of documents on the website are available on request free of charge.
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