Posted by: ctps | September 12, 2008

Welcome to the Chase Terrace Primary School website



Thankyou for visiting our new website where we hope you will find all the information you need to know about our school.

The school is currently one of only a few in Staffordshire that are in the planning process of introducing the new SLN2 Virtual Learning Environment which will give the school, parents and children an even greater opportunity and improved pathway where we can communicate and learn together(more to follow in the Spring). Until then, we aim to use this website to keep the community informed about our school and what is happening.

If you are unable to find what you need, then please contact the school (01543 510 500) where we will endeavour to answer your queries as quickly as possible.

Posted by: ctps | November 26, 2009

Important Letters

If you look at the parents’ page, all important letter can be found there.

Posted by: ctps | November 20, 2009


Please follow these links for advise on bullying

Posted by: ctps | June 23, 2009

Virtual Learning Platform

For those children involved in the first wave of VLP, this is the new web address

Posted by: ctps | June 23, 2009

Exit Survey

For year 6 children leaving Chase terrace Primary school please fill in the following questionnaire  ttp://

Posted by: ctps | June 23, 2009

Entrance Survey

For parents of reception children just starting Chase terrace Primary school please fill in the following questionnaire

Posted by: ctps | June 23, 2009

Pupil Survey

Please feel free to fill in this survey.  All feedback to us is useful, thank you for your time

Posted by: ctps | March 10, 2009


Dinner Money Increase

The price of school meals will be £2.00

We want to make this web site as useful as possible.  If there are any suggestions that you would like to make to improve this site please let either Mrs Hopley or Mr Hawkins aware so that we can take the appropriate action.

Walsall FC players Richard Taundry and Alex Nicholls visited our Year 4 children on Thursday afternoon.  The visit was arranged as part of Book Week, and the players called in on World Book Day to see our children in their costumes and to learn what Book Week was all about.

Our Year 4 children informed the players that Book Week was to encourage people to read, whether it was a novel, or the back of the cornflakes packet!  The afternoon then became a question and answer session and Year 4 quizzed the footballers about the kinds of thing they liked to read and what it was like in the life of a Professional Footballer.

We would like to thank Walsall FC, Richard and Alex for supporting us during Book Week and wish them all the very best for the rest of the season.

Walsall FC's Alex Nicholls and Richard Taundry

Walsall FC's Alex Nicholls and Richard Taundry