Children are the Heart of the School

Today members of the School Council and Governing body had the difficult task of choosing the phase winners for the School Councils ‘Valentines Day’ class competition. Everyone was very impressed by the Read More

We will Remember

Children in Year 1 have been learning about Remembrance Sunday and have created their own poppies to remember. Read More

Voting commences for John Gulsons 2017-2018 School Council

Children had the opportunity to vote for class representatives for this years student council. Each child was given a voting slip to make their choice which they then posted into the ballot Read More

Blots and Blots of Paint!

This week, the children in Nursery have been making marks with paint by using pipettes. They had to learn how to use them, with their teachers helping them to squeeze the handles, Read More

An Amazing Day At Ash End Farm

Year 1 have started their new topic ‘Food glorious Food’ by visiting the farm to find out where all our food comes from. Read More

JG Girls’ Football Team in Wembley!

On Saturday 13th May, girls from the JG Football Team attended the Women’s FA Cup Final 2017 at Wembley Stadium in London!  It was a fantastic day with good weather, great company Read More


All about Owls

What an exciting time we have been having in Reception, we have been learning about so many new things. This week, we have been reading the story about Owl Babies. The children have been  really engaged and listened to the story really well. As a treat, children had a visit from Bottom, the Owl. Wow! The children were so excited about this friendly Owls visit, and did not forget their manners; they sat very sensibly and took it in turns to hold the owl by wearing a special glove. To extend their learning, children made their very own bird feeders. They were so proud with their creations!

Anti-Bullying Week 2018: Choose Respect

ABW diagram

The theme for this year’s Anti-Bullying Week is to choose respect over bullying.

Following a consultation with over 800 children, teachers and members of the Anti-Bullying Alliance, it emerged that a top priority was showing that bullying is a behaviour choice, and that children and young people can set a positive example by opting to respect each other at school, in their homes and communities, and online.

The aims of this week are to support schools and other settings to help children and young people, school staff, parents and other professionals who work with children to understand:

  • The definition of respect

  • That bullying is a behaviour choice

  • That we can respectfully disagree with each other i.e. we don’t have to be best friends or always agree with each other but we do have to respect each other

  • That we all need to choose to respect each other both face to face and online

SEND Parent/Carer Workshops

Workshops for parents of children aged 0 – 8 who have additional needs are being provided by Coventry’s SEND Information, Advice and Support Service.

Dates of the sessions are:

Wednesdays (10am – 12 noon) –

  • 7th November,
  • 14th November,
  • 21st November,
  • 28th November,
  • 5th December,
  • 12th December

Sessions are held at: Limbrick Wood Centre, Thomas Naul Croft, Tile Hill, Coventry.  CV4 9QX

If anyone is interested in attending all, or as many as you wish, please contact them either by telephone on 024 7669 4307 or by email at

Bring and Buy sale on Friday

Thank you to those of you that have donated so generously already to our ‘Bring and Buy’ sale on Friday. There is still plenty of time to send in any unwanted toys, books, music clothes etc that are still in good condition.  A great chance to clear those cupboards!

We will be dedicating Friday 16th November to ‘Children In Need’. The school will be having a non-uniform day and we are inviting all children to come into school dressed in their ‘spotty’ clothing for a £1 donation. The children will also be running their own cake sales, so please send in cakes/biscuits if you can.

Why not spend time with your child making some ‘Pudsey’ themed ones?

Diwali, Fireworks and Owls!

The children in Nursery have been learning so much over the past couple of weeks. On 5th November, we talked about Bonfire Night, and the children were very excited about all of the loud bangs they had heard at night time. We watched some fireworks on the big screen and used lots of different resources to create our own firework patterns.

We also learned about the Festivsal of Light – Diwali! We watched a video about how some families celebrate this special occasion, and talked about diva lamps and rangoli patterns, and then made our own!

The Nursery children had another special treat, as two owls came to visit us. We learned all about how the owl uses its wings to fly, and how it uses its claws to catch its food. The children had to be very quiet so they didn’t scare the owls, and lots of them were really brave, putting on a special glove and carefully holding one of the owls!