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Stivichall Primary School

Stivichall Primary School

Learning at Stivichall is a passport for life

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  • 19/07/17

    Ye Ha

    Once again our Year 6's did us proud, delighting the audience with a rootin-tootin tale of crazy cowboys, barmy baddies, masked heroes and hidden gold! Ye Ha! had a great mix of comical characters, a side-splitting script and sparkling songs which allowed our cast to shine...
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  • 29/06/17

    Children’s University Graduation

    Miss Craig would like to say a huge thank you to all the children, parents and family who attended the Children’s University Graduation ceremony held at Coventry University. Not only is Miss Craig proud of the children in their achieving their awards and certificates, but of how brilliant...
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  • 23/06/17

    Evening of Music 2017

    Our Evening of Music was a great success with wonderful singing from our choir and amazing music played by our talented musicians. Thank you to everyone who helped and to the pupils for all their hard work...
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  • 09/06/17

    The Big Lunch 2017

    Thank you to everyone who attended the Big Lunch today and for your support and cooperation. It was lovely to see so many of you enjoying the experience with your children. Please click on the image below to view the photo gallery...
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  • 08/06/17

    Butterfly Farm Visit

    Reception had a lovely time at the Butterfly Farm, observing a wide range of topical butterflies feeding and in flight. We saw the different stages of the life cycle and identified the different parts of a butterfly's body. We also enjoyed meeting some unusual minibeasts, such as the giant Afric...
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  • 05/06/17

    International Football Tournament - Hordain 2017

    Mr Bainbridge and Mr Cledwyn took the boys football team to play in an international tournament in France and as well as having a once in a lifetime experience of playing football abroad, the children were able to stay with French families.  The boys were a credit to the school and their behavi...
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  • 22/05/17

    Ugly Bug Ball

    Foundation Stage Overrun by Minibeasts...
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  • 18/05/17

    Lunt Roman Fort Visit

    On Thursday 18th May, Class 3/4 M visited the Lunt Roman Fort in Baginton, Coventry. The children enjoyed a full day at the fort, which included an interactive tour designed especially for school groups. They climbed the wooden ramparts to the gateway and battled in the huge circular woodened gyr...
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  • 16/05/17

    First Aid Assembly

    We believe first aid is a life skill that everyone can and should learn. So, we dedicated a whole school assembly introducing and demonstrating basic first aid, giving children the opportunity to learn the skills and gain the confidence to help save lives! The assembly was delivered by...
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  • 13/05/17

    Natural Amphitheatre Grand Opening

    We are proud to announce that our Natural Amphitheatre was opened by the Deputy Lord Mayor John Blundell, and representatives from the PTA at our annual Summer Fayre. The eagerly awaited development of the Dell includes outdoor seating and a stage area, which will without...
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  • 03/05/17

    Primary Schools' Choral and Orchestral Day

    On Wednesday 3rd May, eighteen children from Year 4 and 5 took part in the Primary Schools' Choral and Orchestral Day at King Henry VIII school. It was a great opportunity for children to work alongside other pupils, from different schools from around the city.  At the end of the...
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  • 28/04/17

    House Cross Country 2017

    It was a fierce battle to the finish line this year in our annual House Cross-Country event in the Memorial Park. Hood, Gregory, Leigh and Ashe were desperate to take the title. Children wore their house colours with pride and put every ounce of effort into their run...
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