Welcome to Cooper Perry Primary School.
Our school website aims to give you a feel for our school, as well as providing regular updated information for both parents and pupils.
We hope you enjoy your visit to our website and you find any information you are looking for. Please feel free to contact the school directly with any queries you may have.
Cooper Perry is a 3-11 village primary school serving a rural community 3 miles to the north-west of the county town of Stafford. It was founded in 1874 and provides an education based on traditional village school values within a stimulating yet safe environment. The school serves the four villages of Seighford, Great Bridgeford, Whitgreave and Derrington. The full-time pupils are organised in 7 classes, one for each age group with no mixed age classes.
Children of all physical and intellectual abilities are welcomed into the school. The same high expectations apply to everyone and equal opportunities are offered irrespective of age, ability, race or creed. There is an excess of parents from outside the catchment area seeking places for their children at the school resulting in a waiting list for most classes.
The school enjoys very good relationships with parents and the wider community including many varied links with local businesses and industry and a range of links with other schools both nationally and internationally that enhance and enrich the curriculum for the children.
There are many opportunities at Cooper Perry to innovate and to develop fresh ways at looking at learning in order to allow each child to blossom and achieve beyond their own expectations – being a relatively small school everyone has the opportunity to develop personally and professionally as an equal member of the team.
Thank you for visiting! Michelle Vogtlander and Claire Jones