Our school website shares a lot of information about all aspects of school life, which we hope you will find helpful. Many thanks to our Parent Forum who suggested a 'quick links' page to guide parents/carers to key information about the school, our curriculum and information about your child's year group. Parent Forum members have worked with us to suggest the content shared on this page. If you have any further suggestions, please let us know!
Please click on the links below to find information on the following:
- School diary dates are sent out as a list at the start of each term and are shared via the newsletter each week. The website calendar on the home page is always up to date and is a handy place to check school diary dates - please click here to access the home page, then scroll down to find the website calendar.
- We send out a weekly newsletter each week to keep you up to date with all our school news. To receive this, please sign up by clicking here. To access any newsletters from the previous year, please visit the newsletter archive by clicking here.
- Copies of all current letters sent out are posted on the letters page of the website. Please click here to view the letters page.
- Our pupil journalists work with our editor-in-chief, Miss Blades-Baker, to produce a termly newspaper. To read the latest edition of 'The Copley Chronicle', please click here.
- The Governing Body sends out a governor newsletter each term to share their work with our parent community. To read recent editions of the governor newsletter, please click here.
- Join us on Twitter! To view our Twitter feed, which provides you with snippets of news and photos of school life, please click on the picture link below.
- Click here for Parent Curriculum Leaflets - These are published as teachers launch their new creative learning projects and provide an overview of what children will be learning. The leaflets are available on the website and we also send these out to you via our ParentPay system.
- Click here for our Knowledge Mats - These share some of the key knowledge and vocabulary for children to learn in each learning project. Children have their own copy to use in the classroom. The knowledge mats are available on the website and we also send these out to you via our ParentPay system.
- Click here for the Year Group Class Page - This is updated each half term with photos, examples of work and an overview of the children's learning.
- Click here to visit our Assessment page - here you can find out more about our assessment models for reading, writing and maths and assessment at the end of Key Stage Two.
- Click here for the Homework Galleries - This is updated following each project homework cycle.The gallery showcases fantastic work and is also a great place to get inspiration for future project homeworks.
- Click here for our National Curriculum Expectations Booklets - These provide the National Curriculum expectations for Year 3, Year 4, Year 5 and Year 6 in reading, writing, spelling and grammar and maths.
- Long Term Plan - This page provides links to give you an overview of the curriculum learning in each year group. If you would like to find out more detail about our teaching of different subjects, then please click on the following links: science, history, geography, design technology, art, music, computing, R.E., PSHCE, French, P.E.
- Click on the following links to find out more about our approach to teaching English: Long Term English Plan; Reading; Spelling Scheme of Work and Guidance; Grammar Leaflets with Y3/Y4 and Y5/Y6 expectations.
We offer a range of after school clubs each term. A letter is sent out at the start of each term with all the details. Please click here to see an overview of some of the varied clubs offered.
The Children's University is a great way to recognise and reward all the extra-curricular learning your child has achieved and the annual graduation is always a special event.
We compete successfully in many sporting competitions each year. To read all our sporting competition news, please click here.
We pride ourselves on the family feel of our community. Under the 'Our Community' section of the website you can find out about our different pupil leadership groups, the work of the Governing Body and our Parent Forum. Our CSA (Copley School Association) organises enjoyable events that raise additional funds to spend on enhancing the children's education. We always welcome new members at meetings and events. You can find out more by visiting the CSA website page. We regularly seek and respond to parent views. You can see the results of recent surveys on the Parent View page.