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’.

Good News!

‘Good News!’

Just to remind you all that it is Year 3 and Year 4’s annual Easter production performances today and this evening. We hope you can all make it!

There will be two performances: 1.30pm and 6.00pm

Please note that all children in year 3 and 4 should attend both of these performances as each child has an important role to play in piecing the play together.  We would like the children to return to school for 5pm so we can get them ready and settle any last minute nerves. Thank you. 

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Year 3 and 4’s Good News

‘Good News!’

Year 3 and 4 enjoyed showing the rest of the school their Easter production of ‘Good News’ and are very excited to show all of you too so please come along to watch them as they retell the events of Holy Week.

Thursday 22nd March 2018

Again this year, there will be two performances: 1.30pm and 6.00pm

Please note that all children in year 3 and 4 should attend both of these performances as each child has an important role to play in piecing the play together.  We would like the children to return to school for 5pm so we can get them ready and settle any last minute nerves. Thank you. 

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Year 4’s Lenten Penitential Service

Year 4 led a beautiful and reflective penitential service with Father Michael today, in which we listened to the Gospel to remind us of the story of Jesus in the desert and thought about times when we may not have shown love.

Thank you to Father Michael for guiding the children in their confessions. Year 4 have promised as they continue their journey of love throughout Lent, they will try very hard to make the right choices just like Jesus did.

*Thank you also to the parents at the end of the day who were very patient in waiting for the children to finish this very special time – it was greatly appreciated. 

Tokyo 2020 Conference

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Well done to the twelve lucky children from Years 3 and 4 who have been chosen to represent All Souls at the Tokyo 2020 conference taking place tomorrow.

This exciting event is to start preparing for the Olympic and Paralympic Games in Tokyo 2020. Children attending this conference will have the opportunity to take part in a wide range of cultural and sport workshops linked to Japan and the Olympic Games. Activities will include manga art; calligraphy, origami, ikebana, taiko drumming and martial arts.  The children will create an action plan of sporting and cultural events that they would like to lead across the city. The children who attend the conference will also have the opportunity to train to be a Coventry Young Ambassador representing Coventry at major events.

The event will include a welcome speech from the Minister from the Embassy of Japan and Noel Thatcher MBE at 9.30am. They will have a live link to the Olympic Association in Tokyo and the event will also be live streamed so that you will be able to see some of activities taking place here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCzHKnvyDEKspRdonugReayg/featured

Just to remind you that all children should bring a packed lunch (preferably disposable), a bottle of water and wear their full All Souls PE kit. Children will depart school at 8.30am, so need to ensure prompt arrival in the morning, and will arrive back to school by 3pm ready for usual collection.

We can’t wait to hear all about it!

Saint Patrick’s Day Reminder

 

Remember that our coffee morning is taking place on Friday 16th March, from 9:15am-11:15am. All parents and friends of the school are welcome! Entrance to the event will cost £3 per person, which includes unlimited tea and coffee and a selection of cakes on each table. Additional cakes will also be on offer to purchase, either to eat at the event or to take home for later. Raffle tickets and Irish coffees will also be available for sale on the morning.

On the day itself, all children can come to school dressed up in the Irish colours. In return, we ask that the children bring in cakes that can be sold at the coffee morning. Due to the fact that getting hundreds of cakes ready on the morning is extremely hectic, this year, children are requested to bring these in on the days leading up to the event if at all possible please.

This event relies whole-heartedly on the generosity of our school community and is vital in raising funds for the school, so your support for this is very much appreciated- thank you in advance!