InshaAllah, the learning that took place from the visit to the Food Bank was be a valuable experience for the children and one that motivated them to think about local issues and how they could help. Giving charity not only enabled the children to follow one of the pillars of our deen but it also […]
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During this half term Years 2 and 3 have been studying the exciting topic of ‘Clothes and Coverings’ and ‘Around the World’. To take this learning further we arranged a trip to the William Morris Gallery where the children had the opportunity to experience the subject of textiles and thus further encouraging them to think […]
You may be aware that last term we set up our School Council. Children were asked to make a presentation in front of their peers as to why they would like to be on the school council and what they would do if they were elected. After counting the votes I am pleased to announce […]
Members of the School Council have been working with Ustaadah Shamima on how they can contribute to the development of the school. Inshallah this term they will be having a meeting with the school managers about issues they would like to discuss.
All year groups took part in Black History Month (BHM) to learn more about black history and experience. Children learnt about the different famous individuals like Bilal (RA), Malcolm X, Mohammed Ali as well as others, all of whom have made contributions to the struggles of their time. To coincide with the learning we also […]
We are starting up a new and exciting initiative to further develop the character of our pupils. We aim to raise self-esteem and independence as well as develop inter-personal skills through the use of non-class based experiences. Children will have opportunities to get involved with helping the community, explore and experience the natural world and […]
On Thu 2nd October 2014 Children performed their very own Hajj assembly. All children from Reception, Y1 to Y6 performed, plays, read out poems, sang Nasheeds and told stories from the life of prophet Ibrahim (AS) and from the life of prophet Mohammed (SAW). Children had been working tirelessly in their lessons to prepare for […]
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.