St John's C of E Primary School

"Use your God-given gifts to serve others." 1 Peter 4: 10

A Gallery of Golden Sticker work

When we are in school, Mrs Hedges and Mrs Seymour give out Golden Stickers to children who have done a piece of work so amazing, that it has blown their teacher's socks off! 


Well done and congratulations to all these amazing children:

Marwaa, Zakir and Dylan Year 6 for some amazing hieroglyphics

Esa Year 1 for doing so much brilliant writing

Amira Year 5 for an amazing space poster.

Amesh Year 5 for a detailed and informative science presentation

Sara Year 5 for a brilliant science poster

Ismail S Year 6 for an amazing non-chronological report

Saad Year 6 for working so hard in maths

Ebrahim Year 1 for a really good retelling of The Three Little Pigs.

Fiza for a superb piece of writing about tigers

Safiyyah Year 6 for an incredible piece of writing about tigers.

Yusrah Year 1 for a great retelling of The Three Little Pigs (and for reading it back and editing and improving it).

Amira Year 5 for brilliant reading responses when looking at a story.

Raqeeb Year 6 for an incredible sketch of an eye.

Zainab Year 3 for a really thoughtful piece of work on positive affirmation

Ehsan Year 3 for an impressive poster on Ancient Greece.

Aisha Year 6 for an amazing piece of PSHE work.

Zahra Year 1 for a brilliant poster showing us all why we need to recycle

Khizerhayat Year 5 for persevering with tricky fraction work.

Maria Year 1 for a brilliant superhero 'Super Maria' who can turn rubbish into flowers.

Hawwa Year 1 for designing a brilliant superhero to save the planet called 'Enviro Eve'.

Hamza Year 1 for designing a brilliant superhero- Max the Sea Cleaner

Zerina Year 3 for a beautiful Tu b'shevat poem about trees

Halima Year 3 for a thoughtful 'express yourself' heart that represents her feelings.

Alisha Year 3 for working really hard independently.

Seher Year 1 for putting such amazing effort into every activity each day.

Zahra Year 1 for putting such amazing effort into every activity each day

Zaryab Reception for super phonics work and for being so creative on extra curricular activities.

Aaira Year 1 for making such an amazing bridge out of recyclable materials.

Aminah Year 2 for designing such an amazing poster for mental health week

Hamza Year 1 for amazing topic work in science and showing how to care for the world.

Amelia Year 1 for writing a thoughtful speech bubble to help us think about how we should be treating the world.

Rayyan Year 1 for working so hard on his handwriting

Yusrah Year 1 for a thoughtful speech bubble encouraging us to take care of our world.

Huzaifa Year 3 for completing all of the challenge maths problems set

Huda Year 2 for an incredible Aztec Sun Stone using geometric patterns

Ahyan Year 6 for an amazing model of how the muscles move in the hand

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Hafsah Year 6 for really detailed science research

Ismail Year 6 for his really impressive science research (a life sized piece of work!)

Aaira Year 1 for making such a brilliant rain shaker and writing really detailed instructions to go with it.

Aaima Year 2 for an amazing Aztec sundial

Aminah Year 2 for a super Aztec sundial.

Raqeeb Year 6 for detailed research on the human body and for an impressive diary entry.

Amesh Year 5 for his amazing model of the house of wisdom for his topic work

Adam Year 4 for a brilliant body percussion composition for Mr Ali (the brass teacher).

Owais Year 2 for fantastic reading work and being able to find the evidence in the text to prove how characters are feeling.

Yousuf Year 1 for making such a brilliant robot using different materials for his science work

Ameera Year 1 for making such incredible things out of recycled materials for her science topic

Hawwa Year 1 for working so hard at her English and Maths and for her super smart presentation

Amelia Year 1 for showing such a good attitude towards her work and doing every single piece which was set for her

Yusrah Year 1 for making such a beautiful butterfly out of recycled materials

Aryan Year 2 for writing such a creative story map (and showcasing brilliant computing skills)

Sarim Year 6 for his incredible piece of descriptive writing

During a standard, warm evening, as the sun was setting, a cloud, which looked as if it was aflame, stretched far upon the horizon. However, that cloud wasn't actually a cloud. It was  black, contaminated smoke, cutting off the view of the semi-circle sun, being poured into the unbound atmosphere by vast, towering chimneys, upon which others glared upwards to see. It was as if it was sabotaging the beautiful view. Connected to the chimneys, at the heart of the pollution, was a dull, bleak factory. This factory was connected to a row of other factories, like a line of pencils spilling ink into the air. Yet behind this row of factories, was a grotty scrapyard, with piles and piles of debris and discarded junk. A rusty, blue car, which no longer looked as vibrant since it had been overwhelmed with rust, was awkwardly positioned in the middle of a big pile of scrap. Among the pile was some: metal, rust, unwanted items, debris, discarded objects, broken machinery, and more. A circular, golden clock rested motionlessly in front of a big television screen, which was overflowing with wires and scratched mechanisms.

  As the sun fell, a young, short boy, who had ripped clothes, snuck into the industrial wasteland of his local area. He had dark hair, and was a bit skinny. The boy had a loose, porous  shirt and tight shorts. Scavenging the scrapyard with dirt and debris on his hands, the intrigued kid examined every single object or random item he was stepping on, one by one, hoping he would find the thing he had come for.

   Squinting his eyes, the boy rummaged through piles of items to find the thing he was expecting, yet he couldn't find a single interesting thing that was good enough to take home.

However, just at that moment, the short boy saw something that caught his eye! Was this what he was looking for? Perhaps...

Jannat for making an amazing Aztec mask

Izyan Year 4 for all of his amazing work while remote learning

Aleesa Year 2 for making such a creative Aztec mask

Qasim Year 2 (and Qasim's sister Asiyah Reception) for making fantastic Aztec masks

Maryam Year 6 for working so hard to edit and improve her writing

Looking up at the clear sky, birds flew over the scrapyard. However, the tall, thin chimneys coughed out thick ,black smoke and below the chimneys were filthy factories. A colourless car, which had smashed windows, rested awkwardly within a pile of broken machinery.Next to the car, was a circular clock,which was covered in dust sat motionlessly next to mountains of old,discarded rubbish.

As the sun slowly began to set, a skinny boy looked at the dirty wasteland. He was wearing a t-shirt and his hands were full of dirt. Walking near more random objects, the curios boy looked at all of them one by one. He seemed to be searching for something...

Smiling wildly, the exited scavenger lifted many objects into the air, inspecting them very close, but nothing was special for him to take. Just then, something caught his eye !

Laiba Year 6 for an amazing piece of writing

Gurleen Year 4 for persevering at all of her work - even when her wi fi was letting her down!

Ayaan Reception for some amazing home learning

Iman year 4 for her amazing RE work

Aryan Year 1 for his super effort and motivation for the last term and amazing times table work.

Sara Year 4 for her fantastic art work based on the Zahra story

Rayan Year 1 for his super effort in reading, phonics and this brilliant Maths work.

Yuvraj Year 3 for a great leaflet about the Romans.

Eliza Year 4 for working so hard at her maths

Alaynah Year 3 for an incredible presentation on Sweden

Saffa Nursery for making a super rocket and moon

Abhinandan Year 3 for writing some fantastic double ly sentences

Yusra in Reception for her amazing phonics work.

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Yaqub Year 1 for some amazing maths work

Sienna Year 6 for a powerful presentation which fits so well with the ethos of our school

Yaqub Year 1 For doing some brilliant work about what would happen if you shrunk!

Ifrahim Year 3 for a very creative Kandinsky picture using parallel and perpendicular lines.

Hafsah Year 5 for some great history work about medieval Birmingham

Aaira Reception for great phonics work and incredible handwriting.

Ameera Reception for trying out some Year 1 challenges and doing brilliantly at them.

Alaynah Year 3 for super work on parallel and perpendicular lines.

Adam Year 3 for an amazing Kandinsky inspired art using parallel and perpendicular lines from maths work this week.

Gurleen Year 3 For writing a brilliant playscript based on Spartacus

Aminah Year 1 for working so hard at home all the time.

Aisha Nursery for working hard all of the time and creating a whole table top display for 'Room on the Broom'.

Saad for an excellent piece of writing about a made up creature using interesting adverbs.



Interestingly Rhiswanozebtahs have two pair of breathing organs;gills and lungs. Furthermore they live on land and under the sea which means they switch between the two organs so they can breathe in their environment.

Weirdly, they use there pee the mark there territory. Astoundingly the Riswanazebtah could eat a whole herd of elephants. Furthermore the Riswanazebtah really stink like a person who has never had a bath.

Rayyan Nursery for working so hard at home by writing, doing role play, and even cleaning!

Ismail Year 5 for fabulous writing about a made-up creature and also for the amazing butterfly feeders to encourage pollinators to the garden.

Muntaha Nursery for doing such super work and creating a beautiful ladybird.

Raqeeb Year 5 for a brilliant potato experiment, recording results really clearly.

Pranati Year 3 for an amazing Roman leaflet.

Mahib Year 6 for showing such a good work ethic when completing all of his work on Black Lives Matter.

Owais Year 1 for a beautiful sunflower poem.

Fiza Year 5 for writing a wonderful story.


Danny and Susie were bored it was a miserable, wet day and they had nothing to do their parents were both busy at work so they had to stay home alone. As rain dripped on to the window pane, Danny thought of an idea of looking in the attic to see if there were any board games to play with so they both set of. As they entered the creepy, dark attic nothing was found just blackness everywhere but after a while of searching Susie spotted a big brown box and inside was another box called quests and Tasks.

" Iv'e never seen a board game like this." said Susie.

" Me too replied Danny." I don't think we should play it looks terrifying.

" But this is our only choice there are no other games we can play and I'm really bored." said Susie.

"OK OK! if you insist but if something bad happens its you fault deal. "

" Deal replied Susie as her spine shivered in terror.


So very carefully they lit a tall, slim candle and started to set the game out. Susie read the instructions of the game and they started to play Danny ,who was 8 years old, went first he rolled a 3 and moved his dice his task was to find six 6 slugs and eat them but Danny didn't accept the challenge as he hated slugs more than ever next Susie rolled the dice she got a 6 her task was too get 1 bar of soap and eat it still she didn't accept the challenge.


" The tasks in this bored game are really weird." said Susie

"I know they are I told you we shouldn't play this game." replied Danny with anger rushing through him.



But Susie still wanted to play. Next it was Danny's turn he rolled a four and moved his counter four spaces on the board his task was to turn on the taps of every room of the house and let he house flood with water.

" No way i'm not doing that Mum and Dad will be angry at us and punish me." said Danny who was now frightened.


It was already to late though Susie and Danny had denied the following tasks 3 everyone knew what would happen if you denied them danger would come at that moment the floor started to shake the boxes in the room began to fall apart and Danny ans Susie Didnt know what was going on.


In the blink of an eye, A crocodile as long as a tree trunk came and crushed the wall


" RUN!" yelled Susie


They ran as fast as they could down the stairs but the crocodile was to fast for them and almost bit Danny but suddenly they both vanished into a land.


" where are we. " said Danny

"We have vanished into another world of course." replied Susie

" Its all your fault were here." yelled Danny


Suddenly a voice came out of now where it said if you want to get out of this world then you have to complete an adventure they are 4 stages and by every stage there will be a sign telling you what you have to do if you do not succeed the tasks you will die in pain good luck.


"That's weird but we have to complete the challenge to escape." said Susie.


So carefully the read the 1st sign it said they had to walk on a rope and underneath the rope was a river of burning, hot lava.


very carefully they both set of on the rope with Danny in front and Susie behind him they both were steady at first but Danny slipped over his shoe lace and fell luckily Susie grabbed hold of his foot.


They were at the next stage they had to swim with sharks


"I'm not doing that." said Susie in horror

" but you have to or else you'll die in pain." replied Danny


Feeling nervous, they both jumped in the blue clear sea there were sharks Chasing after them but there was a trap Susie got caught in a net and was trapped


"HELP!" she shouted.


At first Danny was lost for words as he didn't have anything to free her with but he remembered his dad game him a pocket knife to use in emergencies so very carefully he cut the net and freed her together they both swam to shore.



It was now time for the 3rd adventure the least frightening sky diving from the sky but with a twist they both climbed into the plane which flew itself and started to prepare for their jump 321 go they shouted as they flew down but they didn't have a parachute to help them land with and they both landed mid air with a thump




This was the moment of truth were they going to escape? this long lost world the last and final task was to run through QUICK SAND

this was the hardest task from the whole game but they were up for it quickly they ran across the pit of sand but they were sinking in deeper and deeper but there were a few inches left till they were at the end time was ticking but they made it to the end of the pit


"YAY!" they cheered in excitement they finally made it and were now at home.


As soon as they got home they quickly closed the lid of the game took it outside and buried it under the apple tree they would never play that game again. Just in time there parents came home but they never told them the adventure of tasks and quests.


Abhinandan Year 3 for writing such a moving and thoughtful prayer.

Marcel Year 2 for an amazing composition.

Ifrahim Year 3 for putting so much effort into English work and choosing really ambitious vocabulary and conjunctions.

Jorja Year 6 for designing a really powerful poster in support of Black Lives Matter.

Aryan Year 1 for an amazing leaflet.

Eliza Nursery for some creative animal pictures.

Yahyaa Year 4 for a brilliant letter written in response to a story.


Wednesday 3rd June 2020

English -letter to Bert


Dear Bert,


How are you? I hope your ok and having a good time, unlike me.

Since I have moved away from my lovely house into this very small house I have been miserable.

I have no friends nearby to play with or to talk to. I know nobody here. 

I miss my mum even more because I have no memories of here in this house and I did have so many in the old house. This house feels strange and uncomfortable as I have nothing from my childhood here. I can feel dangers and there’s lots of strangers. My neighbours are annoying actually they are very horrible and mean.

I really miss you Bert. I wish you were here.

Take care!

Hope you reply soon!



From Daisy


Aiman Nursery for super sea creature work.

Zayyan Year 1 for making an amazing sunflower from things he saw or found in his garden.

Aleesa Year 1 for her fabulous flowers.

Sara Year 4 for an excellent presentation of the water cycle.

Safurah in RH for her lovely painting using the outdoor space.

Aadam in RH for his amazing number sentences.

Samuel Year 2 for an amazing science project.

Ismail Year 5 for great science work.

Adam Year 3 for designing a great leaflet all about the Romans.

Aadam, Nursery for his fantastic writing.

Sophia Year 5 for her fabulous Picasso art, complete with step-by-step instructions

Amelia Year 3 for creating such an amazing Roman fort

Safurah, Nursery for her amazing outdoor artwork

Miah Year 1 for a fabulous drawing of a summer dragon.

Mariam Year 2 for very detailed drawing of different plant parts.

Amelia Year 3 for writing such a beautiful and thoughtful prayer.

Sienna Year 6 for her incredible persuasive presentation

Sara Year 4 for her art work.

Ehan Year 3 for his abstract self-portrait.

Aqsa Year 6 for working so hard at her maths work.

Ismail S Year 5 for his amazing newspaper report of the moon landing.

Gurleen Year 3

Amna Year 6

Inayah Year 5

Hawwa Year 1 for amazing phonics work.

Mustafaa Year 4

Arfa Year 6

Ifrahim Year 3 for his beautiful peace painting.

Josiah Year 3 for a great job of editing and improving some simple sentences.

Zayan Year 5 for an amazing newspaper article on Neil Armstrong.

Aaira Reception for such neat writing and great phonics work.

Hooriya Year 6 for an amazing portal story.

Safurah Reception for working hard when making Eid cards.

Fayzan Year 6 for writing such an amazing story about a portal.

Wahib Reception for doing some amazing phonics work.

Adam Year 3 for using such an impressive range of vocabulary when writing about his creature.

Gurleen Year 3 for building brilliant sentences based on the story of the Black Cat.

Rayyan Reception for working hard on his sentences.

Habib Year 4 for a great poster all about Spain.

Ameera Reception

Adam Year 4

Aizah and Eshaan in 3K having a go at using the bar model to show multiplication.

Hamza Year 2

Amelia Reception, for working so hard on her weekly journal.

Wajeeha Year 6 - For getting all of these maths questions right and they are really hard!

Zerina Year 2

Huzaifa Year 2, for working hard at all of the tasks set for him.

Ashlee Year 6 for her most amazing poem.


The door of endless possibilities-poem

When I was only four

I wandered what was behind the door

Mother and father told me about it

But I never ever got round it

Rumours were sent

But who to believe

Only I could know if I went past Eve

Eve was a dog

Like a shape of a log

She guarded the door

With all of her paws

I tiptoed fast

But not to fast

I didn't want to hit the cracks

The knob was cold

I could not wait what my eyes would behold

With a small turn

And a little click

The door opened in just a tick

My eyes acknowledged the room

Looking in the corners for any clues

Suddenly rays of blue, white, yellow and green

Sucked me into a machine

I have never found away to escape

But maybe just maybe you can take my place



Zane Year 6 For writing a brilliant poem.

Fiza Year 5, for making an incredibly cool moon buggy.

Sienna Year 6 for a brilliant presentation.

Simran Year 5 for making a really cool moon buggy.

Aisha in Nursery for her brilliant writing in the role play. First ever Golden Sticker for Nursery!

Japdeep Year 3 for a beautiful poster. It really shows what we cherish and value at St John's.

Aryan Year 1 for making a brilliant video about his castle.

Yahyaa Year 4 for a brilliant Picasso portrait