Coventry Local Authority have put two alternative suggestions out for consultation for term dates in the academic year 2020 to 2021. They are encouraging all parents and staff to vote for their preferred option. Please click here to go to the online survey to make your choice (the two options ar
Please see below all the information you need if you want to have a go at the Film Poster Competition mentioned in the newsletter. If you bring back entries (signed by parents) in September we will post them in together. Thank-you!
Are your children using Fortnite? Keeping up with the latest information regarding games and apps isn’t always easy but keeping on top of what our children are doing is always a good idea. Fortnite is extremely popular at the moment but there are some elements to it that parents need to be a
Every week we are going to be giving parents useful hints and tips on keeping children safe in a digital world. This week… Privacy and Parental Controls on apps and online services Safety control on search engines: Google’s Safe Search feature enables you to filter out most adult conte
We went to the Tribe Centre to take part in a gymnastic competition. Lots of schools came and, can you believe it… we came third! We are very proud of ourselves and we had a lot of fun. We were very nervous because we had to go on the floor first. Amy confidently went first […]
I woke in the morning at first light And was greeted by a sparkly, snowy sight. I went outside to play in the snow, the temperature was zero, my cheeks were aglow But I didn’t mind the freezing, frosty, fun I loved the fact winter had begun I built a snowman, went for a sledge […]
Year 2 visited Warwick Castle on Friday 29th September as part of their learning in their Towers, Tunnels and Turrets topic. The children had a brilliant time and described their experiences in their own words: Introduction We all went to Warwick Castle on Friday. We all watched the Bowman Show
National Poetry Day was the inspiration for our assemblies this week. This is an annual celebration that inspires people across the UK to enjoy, discover and share poems. This year’s theme for the day was “Freedom”. Mrs Weaver has run a competition for the best acrostic poem t