All the staff at Coppice School would like to wish you a safe and Happy Easter break.
You should receive today the end of term reports for reading, writing and maths. Please we aware that a full explanation of the reports can be found on the newsletter, which should also come out with your child today.
Week commencing Monday 24th April 2017 pupils return to school. Lunch Menu is Week 2.
Milk money for years Reception and 1 only, is 23p per day and £5.29 for the whole half term.
Please note the price of a school meal has increased to £2.25, this means the cost for the coming half term is £51.75 (£40.50 for those children going to Aberdovey).
We have so far collected 15,245 Sainsbury's Active Kids Vouchers. Keep collecting.
Letters for next terms extra curricular clubs have gone out and some of them are already full. You will be able to sign up via ParentPay. Please sign up before 21st April, after this date clubs will be closed. The full timetable will appear on this website shortly.
Please remember once your child has committed to a club and you have paid, the fee is unrefundable except in exceptional circumstances such as significant injury.
Wednesday 26th April - 4M have their Inspire Workshop.
Thursday 27th April - 4S have their Inspire Workshop.
Thursday 27th April - 2.30 Year 2 Assessment Meeting in School Hall.
Friday 28th April - Year 5 Sleepover at the Birmingham Think Tank.
Tuesday - Cello.
Wednesday - Brass and Guitar.
Thursday - Violin.
Friday - Keyboard, Woodwind and Percussion.
Known Teacher Training Days for 2016 2017 are Monday 5th June, 24th and 25th July 2017.
Tip of the week" Play together ..... Keep games consoles in communal areas at home and play together. A number of active sports titles are available which can include the whole family. Keeping consoles in communal areas can also help to keep children safe in the online community.
Welcome to the website of Coppice Primary School.
Coppice is a successful school where all those connected with it work together for the benefit of the children who attend. Our pupils are encouraged to be themselves, be independent learners and make the most of all the opportunities that are available to them.
Whilst here, they learn in a caring and nurturing environment and take part in a variety of curricular and extra curricular activities. Children are encouraged to consider the world and community around them and make responsible decisions that will impact positively on others.
We moved into our new premises in September 2008 and children take great pride and care of the facilities that we have and that we continue to add to.
Should you wish to look around the school, then please contact the office and they will arrange a tour for you. If you have enjoyed your visit to our website, then you are welcome to leave a message in our guestbook, too.