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

Music To Our Ears!

This week the children in Nursery have been exploring how to use a range of musical instruments. They have had great fun (and made an awful lot of noise!) pressing buttons on Read More


6DM Remembrance Assembly

We would like to thank all of the parents who came to 6DM’s class assembly today, we hope you enjoyed it!

6DM gave a fantastic rendition of Regina Spektor’s ‘The Call’, which was incredibly moving. They also shared poetry and art, based on the poppy fields, as well as educating us about how Remembrance Day came to be, why we wear poppies and the different memorials that can be found in Coventry.

We will Remember

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

A Victorian start to the term

Children in Year 1 have been visited by three Victorian Ladies to start this terms topic of Victorians. Children were very interested in what the ladies had to say and were very keen to ask them lots of questions.

Mathematics Expectations

We have produced a series of booklets on the end of year maths expectations for children in our school. These expectations are the minimum requirements your child needs to meet if they want to be secure in their learning and make continued progress the following year.

Please have a look at this page on our website to download the booklet specific to your child’s year: Expectations

Any extra support you can provide in helping your child achieve these targets is greatly valued.
There are some ideas on how best to support your child here: John Gulson Mathematics

Funny Bones!

In Reception, RBS have been reading the story called Funny Bones. They enjoyed learning about skeletons and did lots of activities around it.