Year 2 on YouTube
Check out Year 2 on the Miles Coverdale YouTube channel!
Friends of MC Newsletter
The first newsletter from the Friends of Miles Coverdale is now available for download on the Friends of MC link/about us.
Tri-Borough Music Hub
Are you interested in music? Would you like to play an instrument?
Miles Coverdale is now a designated after school music centre. Please visit www.triboroughmusichub.org or to download an application form please visit parent zone / information and newsletters on this site.
Open Day for Prospective Parents (Reception aged children)
If your child is due to start Reception class in September 2016 and you are considering Miles Coverdale, we are holding an open day on Tuesday 24th November. Please contact the school office for more details.
London Grid for Learning has recently advised schools to request that parents do not post pictures of other pupils online (e.g. facebook, twitter etc) for child protection reasons. While photographing school productions, birthdays etc is welcomed, we ask that photographs are not posted publicly unless permission is given by the child's parents.
MCS on youtube
Miles Coverdale School now has a channel on youtube. Search for 'MilesCovSchool' or copy and paste this link to check out our videos: http://www.youtube.com/user/MilesCovSchool?feature=watch
KS1 Class Blogs
Year 1 and Year 2 have a weekly class blog. Check it our to find out all the fun things that happen in Key Stage 1 each week!
Class Trips Consent Form
Parents and Carers, have you signed and returned a class trip consent form for your child yet?
If not please download one from the Parents Zone / Information and Newsletters section of this website and return ASAP.
Do you want to know more about what your child has been doing in school? Please check out your child's class page or if they are in Year 1 or 2. Check out the weekly class blogs!
Yes 2 Chess
Yes2Chess is a free online schools' chess community open to children aged 6 and over. Please have a look in Kids Zone for the link to join up and get playing!
Did you know that the legal age to join Facebook is 13? Check out the security pointers for this social networking site in Parents Zone (E Safety section).
Do you know who your school council members are and what they do? Go to the Kids Zone section to find out more!
Please ensure children are wearing the correct school uniform each day, including black shoes. If your child wears a head scarf please make sure it is either purple, white or black to fit with the rest of the uniform. Many thanks.
Tri-Borough Parents Survey
If possible, please copy and paste the following link to complete a parents survey about the Tri-borough local offer: http://www.rbkc.gov.uk/consultation/localoffer/local_offer.htm
If you would like a paper or translated version of this survey, please speak to Mrs Caroline Collins or Ms Anna Nou at the school.
Sunday Times Top Primary Schools
Miles Coverdale School has made number 78 of the top 100 primary schools in the country. Check out the full list here: http://www.thesundaytimes.co.uk/sto/Parent_Power/
Miles Coverdale on Twitter
Follow us on twitter: @MilesCovSchool
Or click the link (blue 't') at the top of this page!
You can contribute to the school without spending extra money
Visit the Friends of Miles Coverdale pages and read how you can raise funds for the school when you buy online without spending extra money. It's a great way to support the school at no extra cost to you.
Welcome to the Miles Coverdale Primary School Website
We want every child to fulfil their potential, regardless of their background or circumstances.
High expectations and a broad view of supporting children are common features of Miles Coverdale Primary.
"Our School is unique because we all work together. We take part in lots of activities including workshops, tournaments and many clubs. We respect each other's cultures and religions. Our School is like one big family!"
"A multi-cultural teaching body at a multi-cultural school which puts children at the top of its agenda. At Miles Coverdale, every child does matter."