Welcome to the all new Copley Primary School website.
The site is still under construction in some areas. However, you will find plenty of information and up to the minute news about what is happening at our school.
The Blog and Calendar are at the heart of our website. Be sure to subscribe to our Google calendar, follow us on Twitter and check back regularly.
Have a good look around. I hope that you enjoy your new web experience.
Please contact us with any feedback or suggestions for content or functionality that you think should be included on this site.
25 Oct 2017 Copley Calendar : School Closes https://t.co/Ego4nR2oXw
25 Oct 2017 Copley Calendar : Teddy Takes a tumble - Y1 https://t.co/9f7co1mm0A
25 Oct 2017 Copley Calendar : Y3-4 Swimming https://t.co/xXTm5aaOgS
25 Oct 2017 Copley Calendar : Staff Training Day https://t.co/GvqpDFPzPG
25 Oct 2017 Copley Calendar : School re-opens https://t.co/ZCH74OhsWd
25 Oct 2017 Copley Calendar : KS2 Swimming Gala https://t.co/UQWf5KolgW
4 Oct 2016 Copley Calendar : Class Photos https://t.co/HOXhWFgh4T
7 Sep 2016 Copley Calendar : School Closes for Summer https://t.co/7Zd9jIJv4S
7 Sep 2016 Copley Calendar : Y6 Leavers Assembly https://t.co/mlElhtxfcz
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Copley Primary School,
Wakefield Road, Halifax,
West Yorkshire, HX3 0TP
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