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


Year 6 Kensuke’s Kingdom Question

I disappeared on the night before my twelfth birthday. July 28 1988. Only now can I at last tell the whole extraordinary story, the true story. Kensuke made me promise that I would say nothing, nothing at all, until at least ten years had passed. It was almost the last thing he said to me. I promised, and because of that I have had to live out a lie. I could let sleeping lies sleep on, but more than ten years have passed now. I have done school, done college, and had time to think. I owe it to my family and to my friends, all of whom I have deceived for so long, to tell the truth about my long disappearance, about how I lived to come back from the dead.

But there is another reason for speaking out now, a far, far better reason. Kensuke was a great man, a good man, and he was my friend. I want the world to know him as I knew him.

Until I was nearly eleven, until the letter came, life was just normal. There were the four of us in the house: my mother, my father, me and Stella – Stella Artois, that is, my-one-ear up and one-ear-down black and white sheepdog, who always seemed to know what was about to happen before it did. But even she could not have foreseen how that letter was going to change our lives for ever.

Based on the beginning of Kensuke’s Kingdom by Michael Morpurgo, should Michael and his family travel the world?

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Technology in Nursery!

This week the Nursery children have been learning all about technology. We have had lots of fun exploring toys which have a variety of dials, switches, buttons and levers, to try and discover what happens when we use them.

Reading at home

Reading at home with your child is one of the most important things you can do for their education. It can seem scary, but it’s not as hard as it looks! Take a look at this video to see how it’s done.

More videos will be produced in the future. Visit our Reading page to see the full catalogue of videos once they are released.

Reading at John Gulson

Fantastic Beasts at Coventry Cathedral

Menu Change – Tuesday 24th January 2017

Lee, our school chef, is undertaking training in Child Nutrition in order to further assist in the provision of delicious nutritious lunchtime meals in school. As he will not be in school on 24 January there will be a menu change for that day, as follows:

Mini Cheese and Tomato Pizza
Macaroni Cheese with Salad and bread

Mixed fruit hot pie or crumble

(salads and other additional choices will remain unchanged)

Taste Of India Day Success!

Great food for a great school, all those who came really enjoyed the Taste of India 2017.