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Peacemaker Assembly


Well done to all the children who presented the Peacemakers assembly today. You did an amazing job! Well done.

Sparkle an Shine Day 


Today the children spent the afternoon completing activities to promote mental health wellbeing. They enjoyed a variety of   activities such as decorating photo frames, mindfulness colouring, Yoga and playing games. What a wonderful afternoon we had!

Internet Safety Day 

The theme for Safer Internet Day 2024 is ‘Inspiring change, making a difference, managing influence and navigating change online’. The children discussed the reasons why they go online, such as to watch TV shows, play games, watch online videos, talk to friends, find out information, complete homework. The children then looked at the dangers from using the internet and how to stay safe online.

Birmingham City Mission 

Today, Birmingham City Mission presented a Christian story from the Bible all about peacemakers. 

Aspiration Day 

‘Aspirations Day’ is day whereby children are able to think about their hopes and dreams for the future. Parents were invited to come and talk to the children, about their careers and how they achieved their hopes and dreams.

Yellow Day

We dressed up in yellow for ‘Yellow Day’. We each bought in a donation to raise money for a charity very close to our hearts, ‘Children’s Liver Disease Foundation’. We made some yellow bees and wrote messages on the back of them in memory of Imaan.  


World Book Day

The children have had a wonderful day dressing up as their favourite book character. The festival began on Wednesday and parents were invited to come into class and read books with their children. Children and parents-built reading dens together.

On Thursday, the day commenced with a whole school assembly to introduce and celebrate the day. Congratulations to Zarmisha, who won first prize as the best dressed character from Kingfisher class.

Miss Bashir, a famous children’s author, talked to us about her enjoyment of writing and reading books and she showed the children all the awards she has won.

The children completed a range of activities today, such as word searches, designing a new front cover for their favourite book and learning a poem off by heart.


Science Week 

The theme for Science Week this year was, ‘If you were an engineer what would you do?’ The children entered a competition to design something to solve a problem. A live ‘Zoom’ interview was arranged with a British space engineer called Paula Mills. We discovered that she was planning to design a machine that would turn frozen lunar water into drinking water. We decided to use this idea to enter the competition and help Paula design the machine.



Science Homework Project!

Year 2 were set a homework project to create a habitat diorama. They had to use their knowledge of living things and their habitats to complete their project. Children were encouraged to think about the animals and plants they would find in familiar or unfamiliar habitat.

Congratulations to Hayah who the competition for Kingfishers.

Easter Bonnet Hats!