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At Chase Terrace Primary School we pride ourselves on the education we provide in a warm and caring environment. As part of our school’s ethos we put the child at the heart of everything that we do.
Chase Terrace Primary School is a large primary school with 300 children on roll. We can be found in the town of Burntwood in south Staffordshire on the edge of Cannock Chase.

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A Very British Week (starting 18th April)

This week is a very British Week. All in one week we celebrate the Queen’s Birthday (Thursday), St George’s Day (Saturday) and the 400th Anniversary of Shakespeare’s death (also Saturday).

Red, White & Blue Day 22nd April

On Friday we shall be celebrating the Queen’s Birthday and St George’s Day by having a Red, White and Blue Day. Children can come to school in non-uniform and wear any combination of red, white and blue. Later in June we will be celebrating the Queen’s Official Birthday with other activities.

400th Anniversary of Shakespeare’s Death

On Wednesday the children in KS2 will be taking part in workshops run by a theatre company to learn about one of Shakespeare’s most famous plays, Macbeth.

Reception & Nursery Outdoor Area

Over the past few weeks the outdoor area used by the nursery and reception has had a serious makeover. The area has been expanded and a number of learning activities have been installed. The area directly between the nursery and reception has also been re-surfaced to provide a safer surface for the children to play. The children (and staff!) are very excited by the new equipment.

New Behaviour Policy

We have made a few changes to the Behaviour Policy which is available to see on the website under the Policies & Documents section. If you would like a hard copy then please request one at the office.

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ofstedlogos “At Chase Terrace Primary School each staff member takes tremendous pride in educating children and preparing them for maturity, each child is treated as an individual and given a sufficient amount of space to discover themselves.”

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