Catholic Schools Cross Country

Yesterday over 20 children from Year 4,5, and 6 took part in the annual Coventry Catholic Schools Cross Country Competition.

The girls raced first and finished in 5th place overall with Josie and Bridget crossing the line first for All Souls in 11th and 15th place respectively.

The boys raced next and finished two places better in 3rd. Lorcan and Kai led the way this time finishing in 5th and 7th.

All the children ran superbly especially as they ran on the hottest day of the year so far. I will put a full results table on the website as soon as I receive it.


Superstars – Friday 20th April 2018

Well done to all our Superstars!

Lilah – for good writing
Stanley – for always trying his hardest

Year 1
Layla – for trying hard in maths
Jarvis – for working hard with his handwriting

Year 2
Leo – for recalling and using scientific vocabulary when responding to questions!
Julia – for concentrating carefully to create a great tessellated pattern.

Year 3
Lola G – for really trying to improve her handwriting. She now correctly joins most letters
Lawson – for fantastic reading and making incredible progress in phonics.

Year 4
Niamh – for excellent manners and hardworking attitudes during the MFL day at Bishop Ullathorne.
Emily-May –  for excellent manners and hardworking attitudes during the MFL day at Bishop Ullathorne.

Year 5
Kai – for demonstrating great teamwork and sportsmanship during tag rugby in PE
Maisie – for being supportive and helping others in Maths this week.

Year 6
Shakira – for continuing to work hard and show a great attitude towards life at school.
Damian – for working hard all week and following instructions.

Don’t panic!

If anyone doesn’t recognise the school this morning – fear not!  Mrs Quinn has finally located the keys to the vintage car that has grace the entrance to the school for just over 2 years and it has now been taken from site.

We held a very emotional sending off ceremony last night as it departed the school for the final time.

Happy Birthday Miss Fox!

We ended our last afternoon of the Spring term in joint celebration with Year 3 to wish Miss Fox the very happiest of Birthdays by signing, dancing and eating yummy food and birthday cake!

It was a big one… she is now 50… but ssssshh don’t tell anyone!

Good News

A huge well done to the children in Year 3 and 4 who took us all on a reflective journey through the events of Holy Week in their performance of ‘Good News’.