What a Mystery!

What  a mystery ! Why were the Year 1 classrooms all upside down? Who or what could have done it? Children began to think about it and  came up with some good suggestions: Read More

Snowman Making

Year 1 enjoyed playing in fake snow this week to create some interesting snowmen. Read More

Victorian Day in Year 1

On Tuesday children in Year 1 experienced what it would be like to be a Victorian Child. Throughout the day they made Victorian Christmas pudding and played with Victorian wooden toys. They Read More

Chocolate fun in year 1

Children in year one have been having fun making delicious chocolate crispy cakes.  They will use this experience to help them with their recount writing.   Read More

Learning is Fun in Year 1

Year 1 have had an exciting Diversity week.  Children have been enjoying doing different activities from making Falooda and Barfi to having Mehndi applied.  They have used their passports to travel to Read More

Year 1 learn how to become Farmers

Year 1 became farmers for the day when they visited Ash End Farm on Monday.  They had a fantastic time learning how to look after the Birds of Prey, feeding the animals, Read More


Dol-Y-Moch Trip – February

19 children from year 5 and 6 went on a trip to Dol-Y- Moch from 1st February – 5th February. We really enjoyed learning about the environment in Wales and how to be independent. During our trip around Wales, we took part in activities such as: orienteering, castle exploring, canoeing, mountain biking and slate mine exploring (we had to climb the mountains to get there). Despite all the hard work we did, we got many treats – we went to the beach and had ice-cream from the best shop in Wales. We loved our trip and would like to say thank you to Mr Watson and Miss McElvenny for supporting us and also soaking us wet with the hose pipe (José). The three main rules we had to follow were respect, responsibility and resilience, which we all successfully achieved.

By Simran and Sonal.

Key Stage 2 Home-school Link Meeting

A big thank you to all the KS2 parents who made it to the Reading Home-school Link meeting! We hope you found it useful and went away with some useful tips about how to support your child with reading at home.

At Parent’s Evening all parents and carers will be given a reading pack to support reading at home. Please make sure you take the time to read and use these resources.

Thank you


Astonishing Aztec assembly by 6CS!

As part of their learning journey on the Amazing Americas, 6CS have been gathering facts about the Aztecs, which they presented and performed in an amazing, fun and informative assembly.

From the Aztecs’ search of a home to the demise of their great empire, the children related the Aztecs’ story and shared their knowledge clearly and confidently.

Thank you to all the parents and families for attending and showing your support.

The cast of 6CS!

Dressed to Impress!

This week the children in Reception have had lots of fun dressing up. Each class has played with a variety of costumes, from pirates to princesses, and have really enjoyed using their imagination to role-play their own characters and stories.

Free Cooking Courses For Over 18’s

Please find attached the timetable detailing the new block of FREE 9 week “Cook and Eat Well” healthy cooking courses that will be starting in March

Anyone from Coventry who is over 18 can attend these courses. We provide all the equipment and ingredients for free.

I would be very grateful if you could promote these courses to anyone who you feel would benefit or enjoy them.

Anyone wanting to join any of the cooking courses simply needs to book onto a course – they can do this either by phone, e-mail or using the form on the website.