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What are the best three things about Joseph Cash Primary? 

   At the start of their Computing lessons, we asked all pupils in KS2 to complete an anonymous poll online. 

The larger the word, the more children wrote it. 

Children's School Self Evaluation (SEF)

At Joseph Cash we value the views, opinions and experiences of our children.

We asked a range of pupils across the school(School Council, Junior Leadership Team, pupils during Time In & many other pupils) to share how they feel about Joseph Cash to enable us to develop our ‘Children’s SEF’.

Children said...

The best things about JC are ... 

Children never give up and always try. 
We always help each other. 
We do different activities and the people that didn't know English have translators. 
There different types of clubs people can get better a.t
Teachers are kind, they help people learn English. 
Playtime and lunchtime 
Learning time
Get learning time
Celebrating other children’s work. 
Fab tokens and fab shop and prizes. 
WOW weeks and camping
Forest school
Golden afternoon tea

For the full Children's Self Evaluation Form (SEF)  click here 

The Joseph Cash Way

We asked pupils from across the school...

Whats does The Joseph Cash Way mean to you?

Behaviour Feedback 

11 Million Takeover Day 

On Friday 23rdNovember The Participation Team from Coventry City Council held an 11 Million Day event where children and young people came together with adults to discuss issues that affect them. They worked together to discuss the issues and think about possible solutions. Children and young people attended from a number of primary schools across the city as well as youth groups including The Positive Youth Foundation, Coventry Youth Council and Grapevine. Professionals from a variety of services joined in discussions including Education, Police, Health, Mental Health and Childrens Services; Elected Members were also warmly welcomed. Below is a summary of the discussions, ideas and solutions shared by the children and young people around three topics: Crime, City of Culture and Wellbeing