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PE days for the autumn term:
Please dress your children in school PE kit and their green school jumper on their PE day. All PE will be outdoors until further notice. PE kits are: plain white T-shirt; plain black shorts; trainers, plus plain black jogging bottoms and plain black tracksuit top when cold.
Year 1 — WEDNESDAY
Year 2 — THURSDAY
Year 3 — FRIDAY
Year 4 — FRIDAY
Year 5 — THURSDAY
Year 6 — WEDNESDAY
to our school
Welcome to Coleshill C of E Primary School and Nursery, part of the Birmingham Diocesan Multi-Academy Trust. We are a happy, friendly school of around 405 pupils from Reception to Year 6 - along with a thriving nursery for children from age two to four - with great facilities, dynamic teaching within a varied curriculum and an approach to pastoral care that celebrates our Christian ethos. Read more...
Latest Coleshill C of E Primary School Calendar Events
- PE day - Year 3 and Year 423Oct2020
- Half term holidays24Oct2020
All children have the a fundamental right to be treated with respect, protected from harm, and feel safe in their interactions with adults and other children.
We have a duty to safeguard children and provide a safe and secure environment, which includes preventing them from being drawn into terrorism, extremism and radicalisation.
As part of our "prevent duty," we will teach a broad and balanced curriculum, promote fundamental British values, ensure staff can identify children at risk and protect children while online at school.
Working together to provide a high quality education with a Christian ethos for children of the local community of any faith or none; to ensure our pupils and staff enjoy life in all its fullness.
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Some comments from parents about our school and nursery:
"Nursery is a fantastic place for my child to start their education. The staff are friendly and nurturing and the learning environment always has a fun atmosphere with lots to interest the children."
"Lovely atmosphere, kids are safe and secure and happy."
"A friendly nursery that makes the kids and myself feel very welcome. Couldn't wish for a better place to send my children!"
"A happy, friendly school."