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Stivichall Primary School

Stivichall Primary School

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  • 15/02/19

    Coventry Young Ambassador training

    Mrs Pudsey and Mrs Fuller took our 20 Coventry Young Ambassadors to a city-wide training event at the AT7 centre today. The event was designed to give all Coventry Young Ambassadors the formal training that they need to carry out their roles as ambassadors. The children worked collaboratively w...
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  • 11/02/19

    Safer Internet Day 2019

    For Safer Internet Day 2019, all of the children at Stivichall took part in a wide range of activities focusing on the theme of 'together for a safer internet'. We learned all about giving and receiving permission online, and how to keep our personal information safe.  Pupils also to...
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  • 11/02/19

    Coventry Indoor Athletics Final

    Congratulations to our year 5/6 Athletics team who came 2nd in the Coventry West Final on Thursday 7th February. Out of the 46 schools that took part, to come 2nd is an amazing achievement, well done!
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  • 08/02/19

    Japan Embassy Visit

    Hopefully many of you will have enjoyed seeing our display of Japanese peace poetry (Tanzakus) and wind chimes (Furin) which has been exhibited by the school office. On Wednesday 6th February, Mrs Ferguson and Mrs Fuller were invited to take this display to a formal evening reception at the Emb...
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  • 08/02/19

    Year 5 Japanese Noh Theatre Workshop

    Year 5 were honoured to visit Howes Primary this morning to take part in a Japanese Noh theatre workshop with three world renowned artists. They watched a performance, were able to ask questions and explored the 'journey songs' which are a key element of Noh theatre. The children were a...
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  • 05/02/19

    Year 6 'Make do and Mend' project.

    This term, Year 6 have enjoyed bringing in old items of clothing and fabrics to re-engineer into other useful items and garments. This work was completed as part of our theme: World War II where, during rationing, people had to be inventive with old materials. Please enjoy a selection of photographs...
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  • 25/01/19

    Mark Wood Explorer visits Stivichall

    Worldwide Explorer visits his old primary school
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  • 18/01/19

    Year 5 and 6 Rugby Teams meet Wasps at King Henry VIII

    Sixteen children from various classes across Years 5 and 6 were selected to represent the school at a rugby event at King Henry VIII school on Friday 18th January 2019. Despite the frosty white ground at the start of the morning and the chilly breeze, the children focused well during skills building...
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  • 18/01/19

    School Games Competition

    Our Key stage 1 gymnasts represented Stivichall at the School games Competition on Wednesday 16th January with outstanding behaviour and excellent skills. They were really brave performing their routine and vault by themselves. Well done to all who took part.
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  • 16/01/19

    Y1 - Signs of Winter

    Last week 1S, 1P and 1/2M went on a walk to observe signs of winter. They spotted bare skeleton trees, holly with berries, empty bird nests, moss,  birds looking for food and evidence of hibernating animals. It was so chilly that we could even see our breath! undefined Read Full Story
  • 15/01/19

    Australian Open Event at Howes Primary School

    Today a group of children from across KS2 have enjoyed taking part in this event at Howes Primary School. It was a pleasure to see them taking on new challenges and being supportive towards all of the other children taking part.
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  • 15/01/19

    Highly Sprung Workshop

    On Tuesday 15th January 2019, Highly Sprung came to Stivichall to lead performance workshops based around sound. Through drama and movement, the children in 34M, 4S and 4P learned all about how sound travels in sound waves; they also learned about how vibrations create sound. A fun (and very active...
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