A fantastic year for the girls football team. The girls looked to carry on from the success from last year and looked to make a positive start to the league and cup competitions. The girls started really well in their league matches playing away to Finham winning 4-1 and then in a very hard match in difficult conditions away to
On Wednesday 10th July our school took part in an American Football competition at Cardinal Wiseman. Children from Year 5 and 6 were given a team from the NFL – we were the Cleveland Browns for the day. This was the first time we had competed at American Football, our children had to learn and adapt during each match. We
The sun was shining on our final skills academy afternoon of this academic year. The children enjoyed trying different activities this week. Handstand practiseArcheryRunning ClubForest SchoolTent Building Forest SchoolFootballTennisNetballPosing
Ready, Steady…GoOur year 5 gymnastsObviously the teachers had to get involved One of our Year 5 superstar gymnasts gathered as many children as she could (with a little help from her friends) at lunch time on National Handstand Day and we all held a handstand for as long as we could. It was a lot of fun! Our school is
To celebrate our home city, the children looked at the architecture of Coventry and how it has changed. Children made predictions about when buildings were first built and learnt about the reasons for their location. In the afternoon, the children learnt about the FA Cup winning final in 1987 against Tottenham Hotspurs and wrote and performed a commentary.
This morning some of the children from our school council visited Victoria Manor Care Home to find out about how Coventry has changed over the years. Residents chatted to us about what Coventry was like in the 40s, their own ‘Blitz’ experiences and how industry has changed. It was an enjoyable experience for all.
This morning we were fortunate enough to have a guest speaker come to talk to us about the history of our city. We learnt all about ‘Coventry firsts’ including a famous Tudor banquet, the invention of the jet engine and Coventry City joining the 1st division under the management of Jimmy Hill.