On Thursday 23 October our team played first match in Harry Shaw Cup away to Pearl Hyde School.
We were a bit nervous as it was our first competitive game this year, we didn’t start very well and we
conceded a goal early in the game, but we soon picked ourselves up and played very well as a team then
Mustaf equalized to finish first half 1-1. The second half we started well and kept attacking, then a good
pass from Hamza to Djibril who went on from the half way line and hit the ball to score our second goal,
then Mustaf scored our last goal before Pearl Hyde scored their second goal to end the match 3-2 to John
Gulson. Now we are in the next round and we are determined to do well.
Report by: Hamza/Mustaf
Team: Mustaf(C) Tarek/ Adeel/Adnan/Hadi/Saalih/Rihan/Djibril/Hamza
The Canal & River Trust are currently working with Coventry City Council to create a cycle route along the Coventry Canal.
Works will be delivered from November 2014 until March 2015, and will require contractors to operate along the towpath.
For reasons of public safety, the towpath access ahead will be closed for the duration of the works.
The closure will affect the towpath between Bridge 1 at the Leicester Causeway access, and Bridge 4 at the Stoney Stanton Road access. Please refer to the accompanying diversion route for a possible detour around the works site.
Should you wish to discuss the works further, please contact the Project Manager for Coventry Canal Towpath at our West Midlands Office on 0303 040 4040.
Today Tuesday 21 October, and despite the bad weather our Y 3&4 Football Team played their first friendly match of the season against Manor Park School.
It was a very competitive match, with both team showing lots of quality football, great team work and fantastic individual skills.
The final score was 3-2 to Team JG, with quality goals coming from Solo and A Yasin.
Congratulations to all our new school councillors. We look forward to making our school even better!
Year 6: Linka, Tharek and Kiran
Year 5 : Amirah, Ebrahim, Aatiqah and Hamza S
Year 4: Essa, Faseeha, Samira and Abdullah
Year 3: Sulaimaan, Rufaidah and Ayesha
Reception children worked in small groups to take part in an ‘Autumn Hunt’, they collected lots of red, brown, orange and green leaves, conkers, twigs, winged seeds and acorns. They had lots of fun on their first school trip.
Early years have adopted a new forest school pet. His name is Sherman and he is an African land snail.
Giant African Land Snails can live for up to 10 years in captivity, they can grow up to 12cm in length and a weight of up to 600g.
Year one have a new outside learning area which they have really enjoyed using. The children continue to develop many skills using the outdoors as their inspiration here are some photo’s!
This week, school council candidates have begun thinking about their campaign, creating posters and writing their speech. Campaigning will start next week, with the elections to follow.
Good luck to all our candidates and future politicians!
We would like to say a huge thank you to the fathers, grandfathers, brothers and uncles who joined us on Thursday for Fun For Fathers. The children from year 3 and 4 enjoyed a fun packed afternoon based on the story of the BFG by Roald Dahl. They made dream jars, dream catchers, giant ears as well as some fantastic clay models.
Our next Fun for Fathers will be with Year 5 and 6 so look out for more information soon if you want to join in the fun!