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Welcome to the Blue Coat C.E.(A) Infant School
I will bless you with a future filled with hope—a future of success, not of suffering. Jeremiah 29:11
Blue Coat Infant School is a Voluntary Aided Church of England School for 3 to 7 year olds, founded by the Blue Coat Trust to provide an excellent education in a Christian environment.
As well as being part of the Blue Coat Federation, the school is part of the Blue Coat Foundation of three schools (Infant, Junior and Secondary Academy) and linked to St Matthew’s Church. The school is committed to serving its multi-faith community and maintaining the highest standards of learning for all the Blue Coat children.
Federation Mission Statement
Believing, Celebrating, Succeeding.
Message from the Executive Head
“We are immensely proud of our popular and successful Infant School which gives the Blue Coat children the strong foundations they need when they move onto the Junior School. At the Infant school our highly skilled team of staff work hard to provide the highest quality of teaching provision as well as a wide range of engaging activities both during the day and after school. There are superb academic, creative, musical and sporting opportunities for all learners and the quality of the school’s provision has been recognised by Ofsted and many other agencies.
Across the Blue Coat Federation, we work in partnership with parents and we have high expectations of all our children. The strong family spirit, firmly based within this Christian environment, results in children showing respect and consideration and feeling proud to be a Blue Coat child.”
Mr. A. Orlik