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Gloucestershire GL12 7BD

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Blue Coat C of E Primary News

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  • Young Leaders Award
    Reception pupils have been congratulated by Gloucester Diocesan Schools for completing the Young Leaders Award (Archbishop of York Youth Trust). Listen to an interview with our RE lead reflecting on how the Award helps our pupils be ‘future ready’.
  • The Travelling Kitchen
    Over the summer holidays The Keepers hosted Stroud District Council's Travelling Kitchen. Local primary-aged children came along to learn some kitchen skills and sample what they made! Thanks to The Keepers for this great activity. It was a lot of fun.
  • Best 'Real School' in Gloucestershire 2020!
    We are proud to top this year's Real School's Guide ranked list for 'Best Primary School in Gloucestershire'!
  • Useful Links for Learning at Home
    It's not always easy to find suitable learning for your child on the internet. Under the current circumstances in which many children are at home, we have offered a 'first go' at some useful sites that can help your child continue to learn online.
  • National Christingle Service
    Pupils from Blue Coat School took part in the National Christingle Service recorded at Gloucester Cathedral in December 2020.
  • Wonder at Our Window Wanderland
    At Blue Coat Primary School, we were proud to support Wotton-under-Edge's Window Wanderland again this year.  Children at school and at home, created artwork to decorate the windows of their homes and of the school. 
  • Pupil Power at Blue Coat
    Pupil voice is an important dimension to any school.
  • Shop 'til you Pop!
    As the children progress through Blue Coat, they are expected to encounter higher and higher stakes in their learning. It doesn't get much more serious than when it comes to raising the stakes to set up a profitable business using public monies!
  • Poles Apart: The Diversity of Our Curriculum
    Over the past week, it's been a pleasure to observe the diversity of our school curriculum in action by seeing how the children thrive when given the opportunity.
  • Shed Seven (Minus Four!)
    As a school community, we all realise that play is an integral part of each child's preparation for Future Readiness. We probably don't need to outline here the virtues of child-initiated play on how children thrive and learn.
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