Coten End Primary School

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Coten End Primary School
Motto Learning for everyone, learning from everyone
Established 1884
Co-Headteachers Sarah Sheepy & Helen Dodsworth
Location Coten End
Warwick
Warwickshire
CV34 4NP
 England
Coordinates: 52°17′02″N 1°34′36″W / 52.2838°N 1.5767°W / 52.2838; -1.5767
Local authority Warwickshire County Council
DfE URN 130867 Tables
Ofsted Reports
Students 436
Gender Mixed
Ages 4–11
Website Coten End Primary School

Coten End Primary School is the largest primary school in Warwick, Warwickshire with 13 children enroled.[1] It is controlled by the local authority, Warwickshire County Council and operates two classes for each of the seven-year groups of children aged 4 – 11 who attend the school. The schools last Ofsted assessment in December 2011 concluded the school was Outstanding [2]

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The school opened in 1884 as a Junior School as Coten End Board School [3] and some of the original buildings are still in use. In 1951 a fire destroyed six classrooms and the main hall. The site was expanded in 1971 to incorporate a separate Infant School. In 1996 the Infants and Juniors merged and renamed Coten End Primary School.

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