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Keresley Grange Primary School
Waste Lane, CV6 2EH Coventry
02476 332131

Welcome to Kersley Grange

We hope you will find this website helpful and informative, and that it will help you feel confident in entrusting your child's Primary Education to this school.

The Staff and Governors are committed to school improvement and strongly believe the impressive progress made in school results since 1996, reflects this determination to succeed and is just reward for our efforts as a school, pupils, parents, staff and governors working together.

We hope your child will be very happy, and that you and your family will soon feel part of the family of the school. Parental involvement in the school life is welcomed and encouraged, as we believe that an active partnership between home and school provides valuable support for children in their vital primary years.


The aims of Keresley Grange Primary School are to:

•  Foster the enjoyment of learning and develop good work attitudes.

•  Achieve each child's full potential.

•  Develop social skills, personal self-confidence and self esteem, and develop their sense of responsibility.

•  Encourage a caring attitude for people and property.

•  Develop independence, autonomy and initiative taking.

•  Prepare children for the world in which they live, and for the opportunities, responsibilities and experiences of adult life.

•  Encourage tolerance and acceptance of others' differences.

•  Promote and develop the principle of equality and opportunity.

•  Bring children to recognise the effects of their own behaviour as an integral part of the school behaviour management policy.

•  Morally develop pupil understanding of the basic virtues of honesty, fairness and politeness.

•  Provide a curriculum that promotes the spiritual, moral, cultural, mental and physical development of all pupils.

•  Monitor, assess, record and recognise progress and achievement.

•  Involve pupils and school in the wider community with active participation in the home-school partnership with parents.


To develop lively, enquiring minds, with the ability to ask questions and argue rationally.

•  To enable children to acquire knowledge and skills that is relevant to adult life and employment in a fast-changing world.

•  To develop confidence and proficiency in the use of language and number.

•  To instil respect for religious and moral values, racial and religious tolerance and understanding of other ways of life.

•  To help pupils appreciate and understand human hopes, fears and achievements.

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