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New St, Frankley, Birmingham B45 0EU, UK – 0121 464 9901
I love the detail 😏
School Rd, Rubery, Birmingham B45 9EL, UK – 0121 453 5211
My son has no complaints at all baring the usual teenage angst
It was kinda bad but much better than the school I'm at now.
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Turves Green, Birmingham B31 4BP, UK – 0121 464 3686
Friendly and helpful staff
This is my old school friendly teachers and pupils
Rubery, Birmingham B45 0JS, UK – 0121 464 8659
Forestdale is a lovely school and my daughter has flourished there. The staff are friendly and helpful and do their very best for the children in their care. My daughter loves going to school and I am happy that while she is there she is not only recieving a good education, she is in a safe, happy environment where she is encouraged to shine!
Best primary school i could have went to. Brilliant teachers and everything is fair. Would love to go back!!
Wootton Road, Birmingham B31 4ST, UK – 0121 475 3374
A very good junior and infants school has a play area and large grass fields at the back, within the grounds it has a pre school and out of school club with it's own entrance.
As former pupil of this school it is only fair to say that Cofton is a very good school which I would highly recommend to any family in the area, It has some excellent staff, too many to mention and the Head Teacher makes every pupil feel welcome and looked after. It has expansive fields which are for me and many of my former class mates, the home of years of happy memories. The Schools bullying policy is effective and direct and bullying is relatively non existent. Having recently undergone renovations the facilities are of a much higher standard than their previous condition. Many of the pupils however find the recently introduced house system largely ineffective and disruptive of the their friendships. I hope that any families in the area consider this school and any pupils enjoy it as much as i did.
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