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Work Hard & Persevere

We want our children to work hard and to persevere

Welcome to Coppetts Wood Primary School & Children's Centre

At Coppetts Wood Primary School, we want all children to be CREATIVE and have a love of learning. We want them to WORK HARD and to PERSEVERE, to have self-belief and the determination to SUCCEED in order to be the best that they can be. Our curriculum is designed to ensure it reflects the needs of our community: culturally diverse and representative; inclusive to meet the different needs of core groups; values focused; rich in vocabulary; has a wide range of experiences both on and off site, indoors and outdoors, and develop cultural capital.



" Dear parents/Carers, Exciting news! Year 4 and 5 will be participating in a Disney musical! starting Tuesday 31st of October. As a result, there will be some adjustments to the after-school clubs schedule. We apologise for any inconvenience this may cause. Your understanding and support are greatly appreciated.


Coppetts Wood is proud to introduce our brand new school website. Almost 2 years in the making, but worth the wait! #new#ready#hardwork#schoolwebsite


Competition time! Ready to defy gravity? Join our STEM-inspired parachute competition and see how slow your parachute can descend! The longest airtime wins a fantastic prize! Let's test those engineering skills. #STEM #ParachuteCompetition #GravityDefiers


BACPAC: Barnet Autism Course for Parents And Carers. A 6-Session Online Parent/Carer Training Course


Today, children enjoyed the trip to the British Museum. They were able to identify the artefacts used during the Stone Age and Iron Era. They were amazed with how much was to see at the museum. #britishmuseum #year3#stoneage


Y1 Had a Golden Ticket party. Shreyan said "this is the best popcorn party that I've been to in my whole long life! #goldenticket#year1#popcornparty


Year 6's las RE lesson for this half term: Inspiring Commitment! Today, we explored how Muslims show commitment to God. Some children brought special items that truly touched our hearts. Let's carry this understanding and respect forward! #Year6Reflections