The trip enabled the children to look at how rivers and streams are formed. Although the layout in Pymes Park was man made the children were able to get an insight into the surrounding areas of a river bank. They got up close and personal with many of the habitats that lived alongside the water line.
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For the month of April and May our value of the month is Justice. Allah says in surah Nahl Ayah 90 Indeed, Allah orders justice and good conduct and giving to relatives and forbids immorality and bad conduct and oppression. He admonishes you that perhaps you will be reminded. So this month we aim to […]
This Term (Spring 2), KS1 (years 1&2) had the opportunity to explore the topic of Oceans & Seas. The topic primarily introduced children to the different living organisms that reside under the sea, such as; fish, crustaceans and reptiles as well as corals and other sea plants. As part of this topic, children visited the […]
The week began with the introduction of the charitable act of collecting and donating for the needy and poor. A representative from Ummah Welfare Trust (UWT) visited the school and spoke to the children. Children were presented with lots of useful information about the importance of donating our wealth, the rewards, and the good it […]
After a busy week of inventing during our inventions week, some children were rewarded by visiting the Islamic inventions fair at Shakhsiyah School. Inspired by 1001 inventions, Shakhsiyah Schools have been running annual Islamic inventions fairs at local libraries since 2008.
On Friday 20th March 2015, Assunnah school children participated in the very rare total solar eclipse. Being a very rare event, we are grateful that the children, staff and members of the public were able to observe this unique occurrence. During the eclipse, the children from early years to years 6, teachers and members of […]
On the 19th of March year 3 and 4 visited the Natural History and the Science Museum to learn more about the themes during the second spring term. Year 3 explored the science of the formation of mountains and volcanoes. Year 4 explore space and other planets and rockets.
Year 5 had an amazing water experience on the River Thames. Throughout the half term year 5 have been studying the exciting topic of ‘Water World’. To take this learning further children took part on a water adventure on the River Thames.
Throughout the week children were busy putting together their creative ideas for our inventions week. Children looked at inspirational and ground-breaking discoveries from Muslim civilisations that impact many walks of life even today such as: medicine, flight, transport, architecture, education, health, agriculture, mechanics, astronomy, navigation and more.
Thursday 5th March 2015 was a day of huge celebration, a day of celebrating BOOKS! Children were given the opportunity to experience and appreciate the world of books from writers to the actual reading itself!
Assunnah Primary school is an independent, selective, faith-based Muslim School. We strive to offer a holistic education cultivating growth along spiritual, moral, emotional, intellectual, physical and communal dimensions.