As the school year comes to a close and Ramadan fast approaching, the whole school performed their unique Ramadan Assembly. All children from Reception, Y1 to Y6 delivered powerful messages as follows: Reception – We love you Ramadan Year 6 – Ramadan sighting of the new moon, suhoor, and iftaar Years 1 and 2 – […]
Alhamdulillaah after such a busy and productive year for the children and staff, an end of year trip to Southend on Sea and the Adventure Island was organised The whole school from Nursery, Reception, Years 1 to Years 6, all teachers and lots of parents took part.
All children across the school from year one to year six took part in transition day Transition day is an opportunity for children to experience the year group that they will be moving to in the new academic year. Therefore the following transitions took place: Reception transitioned to year 1 Year 1 transitioned to year […]
Y6 are growing more and more conscious of their last days at Assunnah School. As a result of this year six students asked if they could raise money for the school by having a cake sale! So of course this was a great gesture. The sale took place all children took part in purchasing, decorating and […]
As part of the Broadening Horizons initiative the whole school took part in a unique orienteering adventure – an outdoor experience allowing for children to navigate and discover their way around Waltham Abbey Gardens. Orienteering enables children to tap into their broader skills and abilities that cannot normally be utilised in the classroom. During this […]
As part of the value of the month of Justice a special whole school assembly was held for children to understand the role of the Police in delivering justice in the UK! Detective Constable Jon Moseling from Haringey visited the school and spoke to the children about what justice is, what the police do and […]
For a number of weeks before the elections, children have been busy, researching, discussing, reflecting rehearsing and preparing for their special assembly covering the different political systems around the world in comparison to the UK. Each class across the school presented a different political system as follows: Years 1 and Y2 looked at Democracy, what […]
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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