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Stivichall Primary School

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  • 18/12/18

    Young Ambassadors welcome Tokyo 2020 delegates

    On Tuesday 18th December Amy and Jack, two of our Coventry Young Ambassadors welcomed delegates from Tokyo 2020 to Coventry Council Chambers where they were attending a meeting about the legacy of Coventry Ambassadors. The children greeted the delegates in Japanese, met the Lord Mayor, Dav...
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  • 18/12/18

    Reception Nativity 2018

    Our Reception children put on a stunning performance in their first ever Nativity here at Stivichall Primary. We are incredibly proud of them them all. We hope all those who came to watch, enjoyed it as much as we did. undefined Read Full Story
  • 15/12/18

    Coventry Schools Boys’ Cross Country Championships

    Two teams took to the start line for Stivichall at the Coventry Schools Boys’ Cross Country Championships on Saturday 15th December. Despite freezing conditions, all 16 boys put in an amazing performance and did the school proud.  The A team finished in an impressive 2nd place o...
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  • 14/12/18

    A Wriggly Nativity 2018

    We were so proud of our Year 2 children this week. Their performance in the Wriggly Nativity was just outstanding! The children looked fantastic in their costumes as they wriggled, sang and danced, to share the nativity story in a captivating way. To see more photographs from th...
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  • 13/12/18

    Hobgoblin Theatre

    The Hobgoblin Theatre came into school this week to entertain our Reception Children.  Formed in 2007, they are now in our 11th year of performing and in that time they have performed to hundreds of thousands of children in hundreds of schools all over the UK (and beyond!) Wit...
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  • 13/12/18

    Sleeping Beauty

    Our KS2 pupils went to the Belgrade Theatre today to watch the nation’s dreamiest pantomime, Sleeping Beauty. Featuring a dragon, a dame and a dozing Princess, the Belgrade’s legendary panto once again bought a touch of magic and mayhem to our festive celebration...
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  • 12/12/18

    EFL CUP Tournament

    On Wednesday 12th December, the Year 6 boys football team competed in the EFL Cup at the AT7 Centre as part of a 20 team knockout tournament. The boys opening game was against Lillington Primary. After falling behind in the early minutes, the boys rallied and won the game 2-1. The next group game wa...
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  • 11/12/18

    Wilde Creatures

    Our KS1 pupils went to the Warwick Arts Centre this week to see Wilde Creatures performed by Tall Stories; a crew of storytelling musicians who bought Ocscar Wilde's hauntingly beautiful classic fairy tale to life.    
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  • 07/12/18

    Coventry Young Ambassadors Attended the Unveiling of the Official Flag for Coventry

    On Friday 7th December our 10 Coventry young ambassadors attended the unveiling of the official flag for Coventry. They met the flag’s designer as well as other dignitaries including the Lord Mayor. The children were interviewed by BBC Coventry and Warwickshire radio and by BBC midlands today...
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  • 23/11/18

    Book People Bus

    On Tuesday 27th November, the Book People Bus will be visiting us!  The bus will be on site for the whole day and will be open from 8.30 am until 4.15 pm.  It will be situated on the playground and is here for one day only! Throughout the day, all children will have the opportunity to b...
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  • 22/11/18

    Athletics

    Congratulations to our year 5 & 6 Athletics Team who won the first heat today at the Xcel Leisure Centre. They are a team to be proud of, they gave an outstanding performance winning 9 out of the 12 running events, showed grit and determination to succeed and were highly comp...
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  • 16/11/18

    Anti Bullying Week 2018

    This week classes have been participating in activities for Anti-Bullying Week, following this year’s theme of ‘choose respect’. After a whole school assembly on Monday, the children have been linking the topics of philosophy and cyber-bullying – holding discussions and debat...
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