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.
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.
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 […]
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 […]
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