Welcome to Coppice Primary School’s website. At Coppice the teachers work in partnership with parents and carers to provide a supportive, stimulating and happy learning environment for every child in order for them to achieve their best through a variety of learning experiences. We are relentless in our pursuit of excellence and are continuously looking for ways to develop and improve. We are a National Education Trust Advocacy School - ‘someone’s doing something special here!'
Coppice staff are committed to giving every child the opportunity to achieve their full potential and celebrate their uniqueness; equipping them with the necessary skills to embrace the fast changing world of the 21st century. We have a team of specialist teachers on our staff including a resident art teacher, music teacher and PE teacher as we are continuously exploring ways of developing the children’s wider cultural experiences. In Key Stage 2 children are taught in optimum number class sizes of between 15-18 pupils for Literacy and Numeracy.
The new Centre of Excellence is a unique and bespoke provision that houses two additional classrooms, a computing suite, art studio and science laboratory to accommodate our subject specialisms. This has been a huge success with our pupils in being able to educate them in a purpose built provision. The wider community also benefit from using the art studio in our Centre of Excellence.
Coppice Primary is a thriving community school in the London Borough of Redbridge. The school is set in pleasant, well-maintained grounds surrounded by fields and grass areas, shrubs and trees. We have a nature garden which provides the base for our ecology area. The school was originally built in 1952. We admit children from Nursery through to Year 6 and currently have 2 forms of entry throughout the school; with three forms in year 2. We hope that our website gives you all the information you need about our school. We are always pleased to welcome visitors so please make an appointment at the school’s main office should you wish to come and visit.
Mrs C. Pike