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The Red Box Project

We are delighted to announce that Bluecoat are participating in The Red Box Project!

The Red Box Project is a community-based, not-for-profit initiative, which aims to support young people throughout their periods by providing red boxes filled with free period products to local schools. There are over 200 projects across the UK as well as several overseas.

“We believe that

Empowering Children at Bluecoat

During Empowerment Day at the end of March, all of the children across Chapter 2 and 3 joined together to make classes of different ages to work on building their self-esteem and celebrating their individuality. All classes took part in some very exciting team challenges, physical activities and creative art work to demonstrate and empower their own strengths. The atmosphere across

A fun-packed week for Year 3

Heatree Residential

In the first half of the summer term, many year 3 children experienced their first school residential. Heading to the beautiful Heatree Activity Centre on Dartmoor, they tried their hands at lots of different things such as abseiling, climbing, archery and team building games. The children and staff had a great time and the behaviour was exemplary. Here’s

Empowerment Day

On Friday 9th March, pupils and staff took part in the school’s annual Empowerment Day. Now in its second year, the day is designed to promote a culture of inclusion celebrating the uniqueness of every child, ensuring that all children understand diversity recognising the need to respect one another regardless of ability, gender, age, race or creed.

Our first Empowerment Day

Up, Up & Away!

As part of Year 1’s “Up, Up and Away!” learning, they have shared the story of ‘The Blue Balloon’ and have thought about their own hopes and dreams. They have written messages and tied them to a balloon, ready to release – who knows how far they will travel? The messages have the school address on, so watch this space for news

Positive Touch at Bluecoat

Monday 13th November was the start of national ‘Anti-Bullying Week’. As part of the launch of this vital week of learning, all classes at Bluecoat Primary took part in class positive touch (Massage in Schools Programme) spirals with movements set to reflect a poem entitled ‘The Bystander’. This was a calm and quiet time of reflection as we all thought

Some Positive Touch in 3G

On Thursday 13th October, class 3G welcomed Mrs Harris in for some up to date Positive Touch training. The pupils were incredible. They remembered a lot of the training they had done previously and Mrs Harris was really impressed!

The programme, which is widely used by many schools and organisations, has proven benefits for children’s well being and preparation for

Positive Touch in RH

Children in class RH have really begun to enjoy Positive Touch and are working really well showing each other respect as they work in pairs. It is a useful activity for not only personal, social and emotional development, but also for physical development as they use a variety of movements with their hands and arms. Here are a few comments