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9.12.21: Christmas Fair
Thank you to Kym and Chloe who organised our Christmas Fair and raised over £900 for future events for the children. There was Santa's Grotto, mince pies, mulled wine, face-painting, a special visit from Tootsie the Elf, personalised baubles, tombola, lucky dip, a raffle, glitter tattoos and more!
29.11.21: Planting our orchard
Children at Coppice Primary School had an exciting day planting their new orchard on a chilly Monday, November 29th. Coppice is one of 10 schools in Redbridge planting 98 new trees this year. Woodbridge High School was the first school this year to receive their trees and 7 students from Woodbridge High School came to help at Coppice’s tree planting day which helps build links across the community.
Using Redbridge Council’s Green Urban Landscape Policy to increase the borough’s tree population and money provided by the Community Infrastructure Levy (money from developers which is put towards neighbourhood schemes), Coppice was fortunate enough to extend their nature garden by planting a whole orchard of apple, pear and plum trees. They also planted a native hedgerow which will attract bees and insects. Using daffodils from the Spring Bulb Giveaway (which ended in October) the children also got to plant some bulbs which will grow in the spring. The trees will be registered as part of those being planted for the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee in 2022.
The aim is for Edward Johnson and Peter Marshall from Council’s tree section to come back next year and teach the children how to prune the fruit trees and learn about growing their own food. Marion Moth and Beth Matison (Neighbourhood Engagement Officers) hope to work more with the children from the Coppice Primary School Eco Team to tackle areas such as recycling, composting and litter picking.
Did you know that you can adopt a tree outside of your house, register it and you will be given a label for it and sent some seeds to plant. The scheme officially ended on 30th November but we have been told you can still apply. Click below.
21.10.21: 'Reach' dance routine with Pioneer Dance
Today we filmed our whole school dance routine to Reach by S Club 7. Pioneer Dance worked with us to learn the routine and the children have practised hard in school, and at home, in preparation.
We had a great time being together, feeling connected and having FUN! What a fabulous way to end a fabulous half term.
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Pioneer Dance 21.10.21.mp4
5.10.21: Headteacher's Award Ceremony
Well done to all of the children who were awarded their special badges and certificates in recognition of their hard work last academic year. They were invited in with their parents to see each other's projects and have a special breakfast. The rest of the school were invited to see all of the projects class by class throughout the day and it was lovely to witness their reactions as they were blown away by their peers' efforts.
27.9.21: Headteacher Award Projects
At Coppice we celebrate outstanding work efforts with gold stars on a class chart.
Each child works towards completing their chart and they get rewarded with a yellow star badge for 10 outstanding pieces of work, a red badge for 20, a blue badge for 30, a silver badge for 40 and a gold badge for 50 outstanding pieces of work.
At the end of the summer term, the children who receive 50 stars are invited to submit a self-chosen project to receive the Head Teacher’s Award. They are invited to a special ceremony with their family to receive the award.
This year’s ceremony will take place on Tuesday 5th October. Below are some of the amazing projects - every single submission was incredible.