Year 4 have been taught Tag Rugby through the Values Programme delivered by Engage, 6 week classroom and practical learning lessons. Following the 6 weeks, 14 children were selected to take part in the Mega Tag Rugby Festival at Earlsdon Rugby Club. 2 teams were put together and our school competed against 7 other schools. Both teams showed excellent Teamwork,
It was the turn for tennis in the Sainsbury`s Games competition. This year we could take 2 teams from Year 4 and 2 teams from Year 6. The qualifying round was held indoors at the AT7 Centre with rain taking over the Summers week. Ernesford showed excellent skill and determination in some tricky opening games. Getting used to playing indoors
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
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.
Last week saw the final session of Fizzpop Science club. Both groups, Key Stage 1 and 2, hosted their ‘Fizzpop Graduation ceremonies’, where each child was given a certificate and gift (UV invisible ink pens) to celebrate their successful completion of the course. They were also quizzed, in teams, to check what they had learned in the previous four sessions
The Red TeamThe Blue Team (dressed in white) Sports Leaders On Wednesday, our Year 4 children represented our school in the Quad Kids Heats. The schools in Coventry East have a lot of very talented athletes and our children were a real credit to our school. EGPS hosted the competition which consisted of a team from Corpus Christi, Sacred Heart