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Name Challenge (98 images)

See how many names you can work out from the clues in the pictures.

Children's Activities During School Closure - March 2020 (79 images)

The children enjoyed some shadow work during their first weeks of school closure.

Crystal Palace Cross Country Nov 2019 (4 images)

On Saturday 16th November Unicorn entered a team into the Bromley Primary Schools Cross Country Competition held at Crystal Palace Park. Despite the very muddy conditions and the early start, the 14-pupil strong team were prepared to run their hearts out running a distance of 1,800 metres per race. For some this race was a new experience where others showed real determination to improve on previous race positions. The pupils were very privileged to have an appearance from the 200 metres World Champion Dina Asher-Smith who started some of the races and proved a real inspiration.

Primary Panathlon (52 images)

On Thursday 7th November, 6 children from KS1 and KS2 went to Coopers Secondary School to take part in an inclusive festival, the Bromley Primary Panathlon. The children had to compete in a number of exciting games including Boccia Blast, Kurling, Poly Bat and Parachute Popcorn. The Unicorn team was made up of children from different year groups: Troy (Year 2); Michael (Year 3); and Coco, Caleb, Tyla and Joe (Year 5). All of the team thoroughly enjoyed the morning and played brilliantly. Mrs Dodd and Mrs Denis, who accompanied the team, were impressed with the groups teamwork skills and how well they behaved throughout the morning. A special mention goes to Joe who won an award for demonstrating the value Courage.

Years 5 & 6 Football Tournament (1 images)

On Wednesday 6th November, Unicorn entered a team in the Bromley Years 5/6 Boys' Football Tournament at Kent County Cricket Ground. The team consisted of 10 boys from Years 5 and 6: Harry, Freddie, Joshua, Kenan, Lucas, Max, Rocco, Felix, Jude and Jas. Mr Harrison, who accompanied the team, described the day as a rollercoaster of emotions! The morning kickstarted with the team winning their first match against St Marks and another match against St Nicholas. However, as the morning went on, the Unicorn team lost two matches against Keston and St James. In the final match of the morning, Unicorn managed a draw against Worsley Bridge which was enough to secure the team a place in the cup final in the afternoon. In the afternoon, a further five matches were played and Unicorn was up against some tough competition. The boys continued to do their best with Felix showing resilience in goal and Rocco giving it his all in defence. Congratulations to the team who achieved joint 5th place overall out of 18 Bromley schools who competed.

Years 5 & 6 High Five Netball Competition (1 images)

Bromley Yr 5/6 High Five Netball Tournament - On Thursday 3rd October, Unicorn entered a team in the first sporting competition of the academic year, the Bromley High Five Netball Tournament at Hayes Secondary School. Due to some last minute illnesses, only 5 girls could compete on the day which meant a busy afternoon of netball as they all had to play every game, with no rotations! However, they all took to the court with a determined attitude and gave it their best shot. Unfortunately, the team did not qualify for the finals this time around, but are looking forward to continuing their training at the after school Netball Club. Well done to Brooke, Nevaeh, Sophia, Grace and Lana for showing a great team spirit!

Year 2 Rapid Fire Cricket - 24th June 2019 (5 images)

On Monday 24th June, 10 children from Year 2 went to OD Cuaco Cricket Club to take part a Year 2 Rapid Fire Cricket Competition to play against other Bromley schools. Sixteen children from Year 5 were also invited along to run the competition- officiate matches, record the results and support the younger children from all of the schools who were taking part. The Year 2 squad (Thomas, Elliot T, Josh H, Ava, Lily, Nina, Oliver, Chenyu, Mylo and Teddy) were extremely excited and had been counting down until the competition for days! In the morning, the team played four games and achieved a win against St Marks and Oak Lodge and a draw against Balgowan. Unfortunately Unicorn lost a tense match against Bickley by just 1 run! After lunch, the team played four more matches and won against St Marks, Oak Lodge and Bickley but lost a very close match against Balgowan. Congratulations to the team who achieved 2nd place overall! Many of the staff from the other schools commented on Unicorns team work and words of support and encouragement towards one another. A real team effort, well done! Well done also to the Year 5s who were commended on their behaviour. They demonstrated fantastic leadership and communication skills and were a credit to Unicorn!

Y5 Dorset 2019 Part 4 (128 images)

Y5 Dorset 2019 Part 3 (90 images)

Y5 Dorset 2019 Part 2 (100 images)

Y5 Dorset 2019 Part 1 (100 images)

Year 5 & 6 Kwik Cricket Competition - 6th June 2019 (6 images)

On Thursday 6th June, 11 children from Year 5 and 6 went to Old Wilsonians Cricket Club to take part in a Year 5 and Year 6 Kwik Cricket Competition against other Bromley schools. The squad (Jack, Lukas, Luke, Lucas, Harry, Rory, Hugo, Felix, Jasper, Milo and Alex) were excited to play. Congratulations to the team who came 7th out of 22 schools! We are extremely proud! It was an especially exciting day as the Kent Spitfires Cricket Team even made an appearance!

Bromley Boccia Festival - 23rd May 2019 (7 images)

On Thursday 23rd May, 4 children went to Keston Primary School to take part in a Boccia Festival against other Bromley schools. Boccia is a Paralympic Sport, similar to bowls. Players propel balls to land as close as possible to a white marker ball, known as the jack. Brian and Elsie have competed before, however, Elliot and Lois were new to the sport. All of the team thoroughly enjoyed the afternoon and played brilliantly. A huge congratulations to the team who achieved 2nd place overall. Well done!

Year 5/6 Korfball Competition 27th March 2019 (5 images)

On Wednesday 27th March, 11 children from Year 5 and 6 went to Kent Cricket Ground to take part in their first ever Korfball Competition against lots of other Bromley schools. Korfball is a game with similarities to netball and basketball. The squad (Rory, Sophia, Sam, Aimee, Milo, Orla, Evie, Ryan, Hannah, Isabella and Theo) were up against some tough competition, including children who play for England and Kent! This didnt stop them and Miss Owen was extremely proud of their attitude, determination and resilience. Well done to all involved and hopefully they will have inspired some others to take up Korfball!

Year 5/6 Gym Competition 18th March 2019 (17 images)

On Monday 18th March, 4 pupils took part in the Bromley Key Steps Gymnastics Competition at Bromley Valley Gymnastics Centre . It was a great opportunity to work on a real sprung floor and in front of a panel of judges. Ava, Elsie, Marshall and John had to take part in several training sessions with Miss Letchford in the weeks leading up to the competition. For the boys, who had never done gymnastics before, there was a lot to learn. On the day, the squad had to perform a floor routine, 12 body management moves and 2 vaults. A few small errors lost the team some points, however, their hard work and determination paid off as the team finished 6th (out of 12) overall! Well done Team Unicorn!

KS1 Easter Bunny Run - 28th March 2019 (8 images)

On Thursday 28th March, 8 children from Year 1 and 2 went to St Peters and St Pauls School to take part in an 800 metre Easter Bunny Run. 16 schools each entered 2 children in each race so there were 32 competitors per race. The Year 1 girls ran first. Rosie fell behind in the middle of the race but came back with a strong finish, coming 16th. Ella ran the whole race in the top three and finished just behind the winner! Next up were the Year 1 boys. James S and Alfie started off well but found the second lap more tricky, finishing 26th and 29th. The Year 2 girls ran next. Sophie had a good race and finished 11th and Eva ran steadily with a sprint finish and achieved 13th place. In the final race were the Year 2 boys. Otto and Joshua started a little too fast and lost their pace. However, Otto was determined to do well and pushed himself at the end, achieving 16th place. Joshua found it trickier but was pleased with himself for finishing. Well done to all involved as the course was very long and all children showed determination and resilience! A special WELL DONE goes to Ella for just missing out on a winners medal, achieving 2nd place out of 32!

Year 5 & 6 Quick Sticks Hockey Competition - Tuesday 29th January 2019 (6 images)

On Tuesday 29th January, 10 children in Year 5 and 6 went to Langley Park School for Boys to take part in a Quick Sticks Hockey Tournament. The tournament was attended by over 30 Bromley primary schools! The squad played brilliantly, although on this occasion did not make it through to the finals. Mrs Wiltshire and Chris, the hockey coach, were both impressed with the children's attitude, behaviour and sportsmanship. Well done to Tymon, Lara, Joshua, Sam, Kai, Bernie, Tom, Logan, Isabella and Jasper.

Year 5/6 High 5 Netball - 4th October 2018 (5 images)

On Thursday 4th October, 6 pupils took part in the Bromley Year 5/6 High 5 Netball Tournament at Hayes secondary school. The team consisted of 3 pupils who are experienced netball players and 3 who are new to the sport and have only had three training sessions so far! The team (Elsie, Katie, Aimee, Ava, Max M and Suzanna) won a game, drew a game and lost three games, resulting in 6th place overall. Although the team were slightly disappointed with the result, they continued to smile all afternoon and have learnt many valuable skills.

Yr 3/4 Football Tournament - 22nd November 2018 (3 images)

On Thursday 22nd November, 10 boys from Year 3 and 4 (Frank, Ethan, Ben, Luke, Jude, Joseph, Ryley, Rocco, Leo and Alfie) went to Kent Cricket Club to take part in the Bromley Yr 3/4 Football Tournament. Unfortunately, the team drew their first match against Harris Kent House and then lost their next match against Highfield. The second half of the tournament proved more successful with Unicorn winning 2-0 against Worsley Bridge. The final match was another 2-0 win to Unicorn against St Nicholas. Although the team did not make the finals, we are pleased that Unicorn achieved 3rd place overall. A highlight of the day was meeting Crystal Palace player, Jason Puncheon, for a question and answer session!

Yr 5/6 Football Tournament - 7th November 2018 (3 images)

On a very wet and windy day in November, 8 children from Year 6 (Luca, Josh, Luke, Henry, Miles, Logan, Jared and Rhys) went to Kent Cricket Club to take part in the Bromley Yr 5/6 Football Tournament. The team played 7 matches and were up against some very tough teams. In a tense game against Bickley Primary School, Luca gave away a penalty but managed to make it up by scoring the winning goal, making the final score 1-0 to Unicorn. Unfortunately, the team did not make it through to the finals and finished 6th overall. Henry and Luke were voted joint Players of the Tournament for their impressive football skills throughout the afternoon. A special mention also goes to Miles as it was his birthday!

Key Stage 1 Football Tournament 25th September 2018 (3 images)

On Tuesday 25th September 2018, 10 children from Year 2 went to Harris Academy Orpington to take part in the Bromley KS1 Mixed Football Tournament. The squad (Ava, Serena, Penny, Tommy, Luca, Teddy, Tate, Joe G, Josh and Sid) were very nervous, as for many of them, this was their first time playing in a football match. Mrs Wren, who accompanied the team, was very impressed with not only their football skills, but also their team work and support for one another. The team did very well, winning their games against St James and Cudham, and drawing a third game against St Marys. Unicorn made it through to the final but unfortunately lost after a tough game against St Nicholas Primary. We are all incredibly proud of the team who came 2nd overall. A special mention goes out to Teddy for scoring 4 goals and to Joe who managed an amazing save at a crucial point in a game! A brilliant start to the new school year!

Boys School Football Team (1 images)

We are so proud of our Boys School Football Team. In the history of Unicorn no team has been more successful. This year the team has won the 7s district tournament and won the league on goal difference beating teams such as Biggin Hill and Highfield. They were runners up in the cup match against Pickhurst and have won an Under 11s tournament held at Warlingham sports ground. The boys played six other schools and only conceded one goal in the final. Match. The shield they won is being displayed in the School Foyer. Andy has said what a privilege it has been to work with this team. They support each other and strive to be the best they can. Well done, boys; you have been a great team.

Y5 Dorset 2018 Part 5 (16 images)

Y5 Dorset 2018 Part 4 (100 images)

Y5 Dorset 2018 Part 3 (100 images)

Y5 Dorset 2018 Part 2 (100 images)

Y5 Dorset 2018 Part 1 (100 images)

Football News (2 images)

The boys football team have been playing friendly and cup games this half term. We thank Andy for all his hard work and commitment to Unicorn in developing a strong team. The results are as follows: Biggin Hill V Unicorn 2-6 Alexandra Juniors V Unicorn 1-7 Quarter finals cup game against Darrick Wood. Unicorn won 10-0 Well done boys and good luck in the semi-finals!!

Hockey Competition (12 images)

On Tuesday 30th January the Unicorn Hockey team faced their first competition of the year. There were thirty Bromley schools attending the event at Langley Boys School. Despite being the first time that this team had played competitively together they managed to impress Miss Letchford with their skills and confidence. In their pool Unicorn played against Midfield, Keston, Holy Innocents and Leesons. They won three out of the four matches; however the loss against Keston meant Unicorn came 2nd in the pool, not making it through to the finals on this occasion. We are all so proud of your efforts and your resilience. Millie went onto speak about her first Hockey competition, and debut representing the school on the Chris Evans breakfast radio show. Unicorn came sixth overall out of the thirty schools.

Cross Country at Crystal Palace (3 images)

On a cold and wet November morning the year 5 and 6 Unicorn Cross Country team congregated in Crystal Palace Park. They joined over 54 Bromley Schools competing in the 55th running of the Bromley Primary Schools Cross Country Championships, which was first staged in December 1988. The 15 pupil strong team raced against 1,200 participants and ran a distance of 1,800 metres per race. The Unicorn pupils showed high spirit and aspiration to further improve on their previous race positions. For Mia, Fynn and Annie this was to be their first Cross Country race and, despite the nerves, all completed their races with respectable positions. The year 5 girls team showed real promise with the majority of the girls coming in below the first 100. Luke in Year 5 attained the lowest position in the Unicorn team (21st), even after falling head over heels in the mud during the race! Huge congratulations go to all of the pupils who took part; you showed real commitment and determination to do your best. Full results about race positions, individual medallists and winning teams are published on the http://www.bpscca.co.uk website. Special thanks must also go to Miss Elvines, Miss Letchford, Mr Harrison and Mrs Robinson for supporting the event through marshalling the race course and for collating the positions of the pupils at the end of each race. Without this support we could not run the event safely and smoothly. Thank you also for all the parents that came and supported the team. It isa huge team effort and really does require a team to make it work. Details of the race for year 3 and 4 are to follow in the new year.

Girls' Football Tournament (2 images)

On Thursday 19th October 2017, a very excited and enthusiastic team of year 5 girls competed in the Bromley Schools 6 a-side football tournament at Bromley Town Football Club. This was to be the first time that the girls had represented Unicorn at a football event. There were 12 schools in total competing in the event. The girls group consisted of 6 schools which included Clare House, Hayes and Worsley Bridge. The tough competition resulted in one draw against Hayes and four defeats. Throughout the tournament the girls continued to support one another and kept a positive mindset even when the odds were stacked against them. The organisers of the event commented on their passionate cheering for their team mates. A special mention goes to Ava, Emma, Mia, Sophie and Suzannah for taking on the daunting role of the goal keeper. We are all very proud of their efforts. As a result of this positive experience we are going to be offering a football club for girls to attend. Look out for the sports club letters in January.

7-a-side Mixed Key Stage 1 Football Competition (5 images)

Mrs Crow, PE Subject Leader. On Tuesday, 29th September 2016, eleven Year 2 children from Unicorn competed in a 7 a-side mixed football competition. The event was held at The County Grounds in Worsley Bridge Road, where 7 schools from across the Bromley borough competed. The Unicorn team played six matches where they won three, drew one and lost two matches. Mrs McNeil, who accompanied the team, commented on how impressed she was with the way that the children played well as a team and showed good sportsmanship throughout the competition. Frank, one of the players, commented on how confident he felt when playing the goal keeper in one match against Bromley Road. He managed to save a few shots at goal ensuring that Unicorn won the match. Another child commented on how nervous she felt about playing but thoroughly enjoyed the experience and would like to represent the school again in another tournament, soon. The Unicorn team came fourth overall in the competition and the whole school were really pleased with their efforts. Well done Luke, Samuel, Ethan, Rocco, Jude, Oscar, Alfie, Frank, Nevaeh, Layla and Scarlett.

Key Stage One 7 a-side Football Competition (11 images)

On Tuesday 26th September 2017 nine Year 2 children represented Unicorn for the first time in a 7 a-side football competition. The event was held at Bromley Town Football Club where seven schools from across the Bromley borough competed. The Unicorn team played six matches where they competed to a very high standard. They drew two matches and lost one out of the six. Miss Letchford who accompanied the team commented on how impressed she was with the way that the children played well as a team and showed good sportsmanship throughout the competition. They demonstrated a good level of maturity and were able to think about what was best for the team rather than what was best for them as individual players. Lucas and Harry were jointly voted men of the match, but Miss Letchford was so proud of all the childrens efforts on the day. We are pleased to announce that the Unicorn team won the competition. Well done Daniel, Lucas, Harry, Ben, Kealan, Ethan, Dougie, Efe and Eddie. We hope that you continue to work hard on the football pitch and represent Unicorn again in the future.

Y5 Dorset 2017 Part 5 (38 images)

Y5 Dorset 2017 Part 4 (100 images)

Y5 Dorset 2017 Part 3 (100 images)

Y5 Dorset 2017 Part 2 (100 images)

Y5 Dorset 2017 Part 1 (99 images)

Athletics Competition (14 images)

On Thursday 22nd June 24 year 5 and 6 pupils at Unicorn meet at Norman Park to participate in the medium sized schools Athletics competition. There were 12 schools that attended the event from across the Borough of Bromley with the small schools and larger sized schools competing on other dates. The children were able to participate in no more than two events. The events included track events; 75m sprint, 150m sprint and 600m run and field events; howler throw, standing long jump and standing triple jump. Each child also participated in relay events for boys, girls and mixed teams. The morning began with bright sunny weather where the children participated in their heats to determine where they should be placed for the afternoon final races or field events. As the clouds rolled in we all took shelter under Mrs Quashies gazebo as the heavens opened and contemplated how the children had performed. After a well deserved lunch break the field events resumed. Oscar in the howler throw event throw an amazing throw which put him in the top 8 of the 16 children which participated. Max also participated in the howler throw and he threw the second highest distance of the day. Both of these performances resulted in the boys being asked back to compete in the individual finals to the Bromley Borough competition across all schools in July. Zoe and Pier also participated in the howler throwing event which the girls felt apprehensive about. However, despite the nerves Zoe came in the top 12 of the girls which competed in the A group. Next up was the triple jump where Bertie came first in the B group finals. Miss Hayes and Mrs Crow were very impressed with all the children who participated in the field events as many of them were unfamiliar to the children and they tried so hard to perfect the techniques. After the mixed relay event the track finals commenced. Jayden came 1st in his c group final running over a distance of 150m. Tyler ran with stamina and strength to win the A gro

Multi skills Festival (4 images)

On Wednesday 7th June, all 90 Year 2 pupils represented Unicorn at the Langley Girls multi-skills festival. The pupils participated in a range of activities including; parachute games, throwing and aiming games, skipping, relay runs and balancing activities with beanbags and benches which were organised by year 10 student leaders at Langley. Our pupils listened well to the leaders and the teachers were impressed with the high level of self belief and resilience that the pupils displayed. The afternoon was thoroughly enjoyed by all involved. Well done year 2 we are all very proud of you and your efforts.

Quadkids Competition (4 images)

On Wednesday 17th May, Unicorn entered a team of 10 children (5 boys and 5 girls) to participate in a School Games Quadkids competition held at Norman park. Each child took part in four events; 75m sprint, 600m run, vortex howler throw and standing long jump, where they were awarded points for each event and these would be added together to give the team a final score. All children impressed Miss Hayes with their positive attitudes towards all of the events and their determination to do their best. Oscar produced an amazing howler throw of 32.75m and Tyler won his 75m sprint race. Riley came third in her 75m sprint race and Rianna came fifth in her 600m run. Out of the 25 schools that participated Unicorn came 18th with a total score of 1,360. Oak Lodge were the overall winners with a score of 1,657. Well done to all the children who participated and we hope to do even better in the up and coming Athletics competition. Good luck Unicorn!

Bromley Cycling Competition (7 images)

On Thursday 25th May, the Cycling Team at the London Borough of Bromley held a cycling competition at Norman Park. After a successful Bikeability training course for Year 6 held at school, children were then selected to represent Unicorn at the cycling competition. 6 children (3 boys and 3 girls) were chosen to attend the event and over 21 schools participated. The children participated in two cycling races. The first round of races were made up of a random mix of children. The children completed two laps of the cycling course and from this race the children were then seeded by the results of the race. Connie did very well in her first race coming in the top two. Sophia also did very well coming in the first four in her race. Pier had an awful first race where she fell off her bike and badly grazed her ankle. Despite this fall she got up and was determined to complete the second race with style and gusto. In the second races Gabriel and Cayden managed a third and fourth place out of 16 children. Each child showed courage when racing and did their best to win points for Unicorn. Although we didnt win the event it was a great experience and one that we hope to repeat next year.

Boccia Festival (3 images)

On Monday 22nd May we went to Keston Primary School for a Boccia Festival with Miss Brazier. When we arrived we met the other schools that we were competing against. Boccia is a fun sport to play. You need 2 teams and the Captains of each team toss a coin to see who goes first. The player who wins the toss throws the white ball called a Jack. Then each player takes it in turns to throw their balls to try and get near to the Jack. The closest team near the Jack wins the point. In the Unicorn team there was myself, Elsie, Jasmine and Brogan. I used a ramp to help me throw my ball. In our final game against Keston, I was made Captain. I was so excited. Our team won against Keston and St Nicholas and we came 5th in the tournament. I was player of the day for the Unicorn team and had to collect our certificates during the presentation. I really enjoyed playing Boccia it was lots of fun. By Brian (Class 3B)

Easter Bunny Run (20 images)

Easter Bunny Run 28th March On a sunny March morning, seven Key Stage One children took part in an Easter Bunny Run at St Peters and St Pauls. The children were very excited and tried hard to compete in the half mile cross country course which was their first competitive event. There were a total of four races which had between 20 -30 participants. Each child that represented Unicorn made a tremendous effort which was reflected in the fact that they all came within the top 10. Year 1 girls Eloise came 4th with a strong sprint finish. Elena came 9th who paced herself well throughout the race. Year 1 boys Kealan came 8th and ran confidently on his own. Year 2 girls Elissa came 3rd Nevaeh came 4th . Both girls supported each other throughout the race. Year 2 boys Leo came 10th who showed a steady pace throughout the race. Joseph came 2nd and completed the race with an excellent sprint finish. Miss Hayes who attended the event was so pleased with the childrens performances and she is looking forward to them joining the cross country club next year when they join Key Stage 2. Well done everyone! And Keep running!

Dance Festival 2017 (4 images)

On 24th March the Bromley Primary Dance Festival was held at Langley Park School for Girls. The festival was a great success including over 80 dancers from Year 2 6 plus demonstration dances from LPGS and Hayes Senior School. Dance leaders from the two secondary schools supported the organisers and participants on the day and were excellent role models for the younger children. There were 14 dances performed. The atmosphere was fantastic, the venue perfect and we even managed to raise 200 for Comic Relief. The children (and audience) had a great time wearing their red noses in the finale!! The participating primary schools were Balgowan, Chislehurst, Oaklands, La Fontaine, Oak Lodge, Southborough and Unicorn. All the dances were well rehearsed and executed and the children were a credit to their schools. It was great to see so many young people excited to show their dances and watch and support performers from the other schools. There were over 150 spectators. KS1 Winners: Balgowan, KS2 Winners: Oaklands. Well done to everyone who took part and a special thank you to Julia Smith, Head of Dance at LPGS who organised the venue. Kathryn Sexton: director Juka Dance

Crystal Palace Cross Country Competition (10 images)

On Saturday 11th March 2017, children from years 3, 4, 5 and 6 took part in the very successful Bromley Schools Cross Country championships at Crystal Palace. It was a lovely warm, sunny morning and the children arrived ready for the race. Once again, Unicorn were able to take a large team, with a total of 37 children competing across the four races with 2, 195 children taking part overall from 54 schools across the borough. We would like to that Mrs McNeil and Miss Hayes in training the children through the Cross country after school club in preparation for the event. We would also like to thank the parents for their support and words of encouragement. We are very proud of all the childrens achievements which contributed to the overall team results with some outstanding individual results. Special mention goes to the following children; Year 3 girls Evie (100th out of 258), Year 4 girls Yasmine (63rd out of 250), Year 3 boys Joshua (32nd out of 405), Year 5/6 boys Harry (29th out of 514). For more details on the Unicorn team results and individual results and times please visit the following website - www.bpscca.co.uk. Well done everyone!

Crystal Palace football tournament (18 images)

Congratulations to the Unicorn Year 5 & 6 Football Team who recently won the Crystal Palace Foundation Premier League Schools U11s Tournament. It was an resounding success for the team, winning every match to see them through to the Regionals where they will be playing against other schools teams and representing Crystal Palace at Stamford Bridge, home to Chelsea Football Club. Thank you to Andy Rothwell for all his hard work and dedication managing and coaching the team and to Mrs Crow for organizing all the paperwork and accompanying the team.

Korfball Tournament (11 images)

On Thursday 22nd February three teams from Unicorn entered into a Korfball tournament against five other Bromley schools. The year 5 and 6 team played four matches that lasted 6 minutes each. The children played well as a team and all tried their sporting best. This resulted in them beating Balgowan and Worsley Bridge with Flynn and Charlie scoring most of the goals. They lost against Hayes and Oak Lodge. Overall they came third in their category. The year 3 and 4 children entered an A and B team. These children who had only been playing Korfball for the best part of 6 months played with courage and determination. The match against Oak Lodge B team resulted in a 2-1 win to the Unicorn A team with Isaac and Ryan scoring fantastic goals. All the Unicorn teams were beaten by Hayes who were the overall winners of the category. The Unicorn A team came second place overall and the B team came 4th. The children enjoyed the tournament and the opportunity to show the skills they had learnt from attending the Korfball club. Isaac from Year 4 made the comment We all had confidence when we arrived and the tournament has been so much fun. I love playing Korfball. Bea in Year 6 made the comment I was apprehensive about playing in this tournament but Korfball is a great sport and I like playing with my friends. Mrs Crow (the PE subject leader) was impressed with the childrens positive attitudes towards the sport and the demonstration of good team spirit that the children showed as they played in mixed gender teams. All the children encouraged each other throughout the tournament and celebrated wins together. It was a great event.

Mini 6 A-Side Hockey Tournament (12 images)

On Tuesday 7th February an A and B team were entered into a mini 6 a-side Hockey tournament at Langley Boys School. Despite only having 12 weeks of playing hockey in the after school club the children showed very positive attitudes when playing against generally older and more experienced teams. One pupil particularly impressed Miss Hayes and the hockey coach Tom Hamilton, with her outstanding determination especially in defence. Well done Prisha you showed real promise within the sport!! Although the teams did not win many of their matches, they are now hoping to build upon up their skills and play some friendly matches against other local schools.

Key Stage 2 Football Tournament November 2016 (9 images)

On a sunny November afternoon 11 boys from years 5 and 6 competed in the Bromley School Games football competition. Over 30 schools across the Bromley borough competed and Unicorn was placed in a pool containing four other schools. The first match was against Bromley road where Unicorn had all the play. Jayden scored the first goal which put Unicorn in the lead. Max saved a chance for Bromley Road to equalise. The match ended in a 1-0 win. The second match was a tough one against Manor Oak. The Unicorn defence was put to the test but a strong Manor Oak attack gave them a 2-0 win. The next game was against Farnborough where both teams were evenly matched. Harry on his debut for Unicorn set up the first goal which put Unicorn into the lead. A second goal later followed giving a 2-0 win to Unicorn. The final match was against Burnt Ash. Unicorn took chances to shoot at the goal but the final result ended in a 2-0 defeat. The boys played with spirit and determination throughout the competition. Despite feeling disappointed to come third overall in the group Andy (their football coach) and Mrs Crow (the PE subject leader) were extremely proud of the way they played as a team, particularly as this competition was the first opportunity for many of the boys to represent the school.

High Five Tournament report (9 images)

High 5 tournament report from Katherine in Year 6. On Thursday 6th October 2016, Pier, Emily, Harry, Tyler, Kai and I went to Hayes Secondary School to represent Unicorn in the High Five netball tournament. We played on the number four court and within our group we had three schools to play. Our first game with Keston Primary resulted in a 0-0 draw. The next game was against Highfield and Kai managed to score a point which resulted in a match win. We watched a couple of matches and saw a man who coached Balgowan A team. He shouted at his team very fiercely and we were a little intimidated as we had to play them next!! In this match against Balgowan, the whole Unicorn team worked really hard as we knew we had to win this match to get into the final. Pier passed to me and I scored one point and soon after I scored again! We all jumped up and down with excitement. We were all good sportsmen and shook hands with every player on the other team. At the very end of the tournament we sat down and eagerly awaited the final scores. When the lady announced court four we all felt nervous. She announced that Unicorn was first with a total of 12 points. We were all really shocked and ecstatic. We would like to say a massive thank you to Mrs Margo, Ann and Sarah who have been superb netball coaches. We had a super time and we are looking forward to playing again in the final in a few weeks.

Football Matches (5 images)

FOOTBALL By Ryan, Louis and Marley..... On Thursday 22nd October, certain boys named Kia in year four, Siddy and Adam from year five and in year six Louis, Ryan, Alexander, Owen, Oscar and Alexi played in a football match. It was their first match of the season. The boys had a great experience and a lovely time and on top of this the boys won four, three. Congratulations to the boys and we hope they continue this winning streak. .....................Andy Rothwell- Football coach. Yesterday the Unicorn boys played a football match against Princess plain and won the game 4-3. The game was played in fantastic spirits and both teams played superbly. We went 2-0 up inside the first 10 minutes and the boys played some brilliant football. Unfortunately we had a bad 10-15 minute spell where we conceded 3 goals. Half time came around and we were 3-2 down. The boys were gutted I thought they were going to crumble but the effort and desire they showed to turn the game around was magnificent. I was impressed by all of the boys behaviour which was outstanding as they represented the school in a great way.

Tag Rugby Festival (48 images)

General School Photos (7 images)

General School Photos

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