Colville Primary School

Colville Primary School

This is a warm and welcoming school in which pupils are kept safe and behave well.

Ofsted 2013

Pupils respond well to the good teaching within the school to actively participate in lessons.

Ofsted 2013

The strong leadership of the headteacher and governors has created a dedicated and enthusiastic team. Members of staff are proud to work at this school.

Ofsted 2013

Early Years Foundation Stage

The teaching of children in EYFS is good and, children make at least good progress.

Ofsted 2013

Key Stage 1:

Pupils reach standards that are now above the national average in writing and reading and well above in mathematics.

Ofsted 2013

Key Stage 2:

Pupils leave with standards that are well above the national average in reading and above in mathematics.

Ofsted 2013

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School Meals

Our cook, John, and his team work really hard to provide healthy and tasty meals for our children.

Meals are eaten in the bottom hall with almost all of our children choosing to eat a school lunch that is freshly prepared. Parents and carers are always welcome to come down to school at lunchtimes to see meals for themselves. Our school meals are cooked daily on site in the school kitchen and the menus change weekly on a three weekly cycle. The menu is on display in the school or available here if you click on this link. Our cook John and his team work really hard to provide healthy and tasty meals for our children.

We expect all children to eat school meals unless they have multiple allergies that have been diagnosed and certified by a medical practitioner.

School meals should be paid for in advance. Payment for school meals should be made in person or by phone to the school office.

The cost of a school meal is currently £2 per day or £10 per week.

We have staggered lunchtimes to provide more space in the playground for the children to play.

We are committed to being a healthy school. Our menu is deigned by a nutritionist to meet the Gold school food standard. We then review the menu with the pupil council to make it even healthier.