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PUPILS GIVE THEIR VIEWS; From one Cash to another...

THE SCHOOL has its origins in Narrow Lane School which was set up in the 1920s to give a basic education to five to 14-year-olds.

Narrow Lane School became Pridmore School which was set up in Pridmore Road in a temporary breeze-block building. In the early 1970s, numbers were rising and juniors moved to the current site which was called Christopher Cash Junior School.

Soon after that Holbrook Primary School moved further out of the city and the catchment area for Christopher Cash and Pridmore Infants expanded. Education bosses decided to bring infants and juniors together in a single school on the Christopher Cash site.

That was when teachers decided they didn't want their school to be called after Christopher Cash anymore because he was the inventor of a humane bolt gun for killing animals for meat in slaughterhouses with the minimum of suffering.

They changed the name to Joseph Cash, a cousin of Christopher Cash who played a leading part in Coventry's ribbon-making industry.

There are now plans to expand the school.

Numbers are rising because of house-building in the area and because the school is popular with parents.

Did YOU go to Joseph Cash Primary School? Let us know your memories of your time there...

Write to Lucy Lynch, education reporter, Coventry Telegraph, Corporation Street, Coventry, CV1 1FP; text us on 80010, or e-mail news@coventry-telegraph.co.uk

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WHAT'S BEST ABOUT SCHOOL MR240108CASH17 I like playing with my friends and I like some of the lessons. I like science. Liam Chance, eight; MR240108CASH11 I like playing with my friends and I like art. We do drawing in art. Amber Jolliffe, nine; MR240108CASH20 I like assembly because Mr McKee's jokes are funny. Saleem Azim, 10; MR240108CASH19 I like doing gymnastics in PE. I like making shapes. Dara Mahmod, seven; MR240108CASH16 I like doing literacy. I do work and read books. Ryan Townsend, seven; MR240108CASH9 I like all the lessons and everything about the school. I passed my cycling test and so did some other pupils. Joshua Williams, 10; MR240108CASH12 We do lots of fun things at school. Having new teachers is fun. Our new teachers are nice. Abbie Bailey, nine; MR240108CASH15 In maths we do work. We did adding up and taking away. I like maths. Sharna Bingham, six; MR240108CASH10 I like design and technology. We made and tested cookies. Rodgerick Mack, nine; MR240108CASH8 I enjoy everything. I like maths. We've just been doing division. Shanise Payne, eight; MR240108CASH14 I like doing work in science. Paige Lees, five; MR240108CASH18 I like doing science. Gareth Blackmore, six
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Publication:Coventry Evening Telegraph (England)
Date:Feb 4, 2008
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