Congratulations Assembly

Well done and congratulations to the children in 3JC who have received a certificates!



Harvest Donations

Wow! Thank you so much for you generosity…our harvest donations will be collected by the Salvation Army on Monday. They will distribute the food to the those in need and the homeless of Birmingham.


Storm Unicorns

All this week we have been learning about Storm Unocorns:
Can you retell this information text?

The Storm Unicorn
The Storm Unicorn is a type of unicorn that is very rare.
Storm Unicorns have a body of a horse and a spiralled horn coming out from the centre of their head. Most Storm Unicorns are a beautiful ebony colour with flashes of gold and silver that look like lightening. As a Storm Unicorn moves it sends out showers of tiny electric splinters. Be careful when you are near Storm Unicorns because their body’s can give off an electric shock!
Like the other unicorns, the Storm Unicorn lives in forests. They are very shy and are not often seen. During the daytime, they sleep under bushes or amongst ferns. At night, the Storm Unicorn emerges and, if you are lucky, can be seen by moonlit pools. They are easy to detect because they make a low rumbling sound as they breathe.
Storm Unicorns have a fairly limited diet. In the main, they live on leaves grass and other forms of vegetation. However, they can also be tempted with apples. Additionally, some like to eat nuts.
Unfortunately, because Storm Unicorns have magic in their horns, this has meant they have been hunted almost to extinction. Their horns are ground down to a paste that can then be used to enchant even the cruelest of tyrants. Over the years, so many Storm Unicorns have been killed they have learnt to stay away from mankind.
The amazing thing about Storm Unicorns is that if you meet one, it can bring you great luck. For this reason, many people still hope to catch a glimpse of this beautiful and fiery creature.

Celebration Assembly

Congratulations to all the children who won certificates in assembly this morning!


Attendance Award

Sarai and Raees (our school councillors) we’re asking us what we thought would be a good idea to reward excellent attendance! Can I win one of these treats? Which do you think is the best idea?


International Day

We had a great time learning about Hungary on Friday! We can’t wait to finish our letters to our pen pals and forge strong links with the school in Budapest!



In PE we have been making different shapes with our bodies.