On Thursday 23rd Reception children will be taking part in Elmer day, so they are invited to wear multicoloured clothes to school to celebrate 35 years of Elmer. We welcome the rest of the children to wear comfy clothes for Book Trust and can bring their favourite book to school, to share with their peers. £1.00 donations will be going to our charity of choice.
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Earlsdon Primary School

The children have started the new year of learning by following
the remarkable journey of Little Amal, a young refugee girl.
Amal represents the 32 million children who have been forced
to leave their homes and are often separated from their families and friends. Little Amal is a (not so little) 3.5 metre-tall
puppet who is walking from the Syria-Turkey border, across
Europe and into the UK to find her mother. Along the way she
is stopping in cities and towns, where she will be welcomed into the communities through music, dance, drama, art
and puppetry. Throughout this week the children have explored the themes of welcome, adventure, home, migration,
climate and fear through creative activities inspired by Amal's
adventure. They have considered experiences, feelings and
values, investigating moral and ethical issues and appreciating diverse viewpoints .In addition the children have had the opportunity to consider different communities and learn about respect and equality. We look forward to welcoming Little Amal to Coventry on October

Earlsdon Primary School Values

  • A culture is strong when people work with each other, not for themselves. Simon Sinek
  • In diversity there is beauty and there is strength. Maya Angelou
  • Come to the edge. We might fall. Come to the edge. It's too high! Come to the edge. And they came, and he pushed, and they flew. Christopher Iogne
  • Resilience comes from the Latin word 'resalire', which means springing back.
  • You cannot get through a single day without having an impact on the world around you. What you do makes a difference and you have to decide what kind of difference you want to make. Jane Goodall