Kidz 4 Kidz Fundraising Project at Tawhid...

During this half-term Year 7 – 9 pupils from Tawhid Boys School have been taking part in a national fundraising project for Ummah Welfare Trust. Kidz 4 Kidz is an annual fundraising campaign in which school children from across the UK raise money for the less-fortunate around the world. Over £200,000 was raised last year, with the money being used to provide gifts and clothes to thousands of war-affected children in Syria and Palestine.   Ummah Welfare Trust wants to bring smiles to more children who are in need and Tawhid Boys School has chosen to take part once again this year. Money raised this year will be used to: —Support poor teachers in Burma and Pakistan –...

Kidz 4 Kidz Fundraising Project at Tawhid
posted on: Feb 13, 2017 | author: tbsadmin

My trip review – HACKNEY PIRATES ENGLISH WORKSHOP...

  As we waited outside Hackney pirates, as it was closed, we were looking into other shops to have a look at other products and all of a sudden the shutters opened and people started running out, ducking under the metal shop cover. They were shouting many comments at us. I was extremely confused at first. We walked into the shop and at once I realised that they were going for an old fashioned kind of style. The floor was made of wood, and the walls were bricks. We sat down on the comfortable pillows and scarves that they had laid down for us. It was all very welcoming. One man started talking to us and he was...

My trip review – HACKNEY PIRATES ENGLISH WORKSHOP
posted on: Feb 13, 2017 | author: tbsadmin

Y11 GCSE Geography Fieldwork Trip:

On Monday 6th February, our Y11 pupils visited the town of Greenwich as part of a Geography fieldwork trip. The purpose of the visit was to allow pupils to gather as much data as possible for their Controlled Assessment Task. The venues visited in Greenwich on the day were: Greenwich Park, Greenwich Pier, Cutty Sark, Greenwich Museum, Greenwich Observatory and Greenwich mainline station.   Pupils had the opportunity to record valuable primary data at the relevant sites relating to their Controlled Assessment task. It was the perfect opportunity for pupils to find out more information regarding tourism trends in Greenwich and understand how tourism has had positive and negative impacts upon the economy within this local...

Y11 GCSE Geography Fieldwork Trip:
posted on: Feb 13, 2017 | author: tbsadmin

Y8 trip to St Pauls’ Cathedral:

On Wednesday 25th January, our Y8 pupils visited the St Paul’s Cathedral, as part of their wider curriculum learning for Religious Studies. Our pupils experienced a guided tour and had the opportunity to visit the Domes gallery too as part of their first ever visit to this prestigious place of worship. They climbed over 600 steps to reach the top part of the Dome and were extremely tired thereafter! Pupils also had the opportunity to ask questions to the Reverend who was on service for the day. Overall, it was a very interesting and worthwhile experience and pupils gained more knowledge on Christianity and their places of...

Y8 trip to St Pauls’ Cathedral:
posted on: Feb 13, 2017 | author: tbsadmin

Y9A & 9B trip to the Royal Courts of Justice:...

On Monday 30th Janaury 2017, pupils from Year 9 had a unique opportunity to visit the Royal Courts of Justice in Strand, London. The purpose of the visit was for the pupils to gain an understanding of the British Legal System and in particular how courts operate on a daily basis. Pupils were given an opportunity to have a tour around the Royal Courts of Justice and thereafter, engaged themselves in a pre-planned educational workshop, which included acting out a criminal mock court case in an actual court room. Pupils had the opportunity to dress up and act out roles as Barristers, Solicitors, Clerk & Judges!  The trip was organised in partnership with The National Centre for Citizenship...

Y9A & 9B trip to the Royal Courts of Justice:
posted on: Feb 13, 2017 | author: tbsadmin

Pupils take part in Track Cycling at the Velodrome...

This was a real life experience for our  Y10 and Y11 pupils being their first time on an Olympic cycling track at the Velodrome in Stratford. Used for the London Olympic 2012, our pupils were very nervous and excited. 14 pupils took part in the event and the experience was breath taking. They settled down well and were well taken by the track demonstrating they had the skill set to be successful riders on this terrain. However, they really understood the challenge when the track became more challenging going up the steep hills and coming fast around the bends. Fitness played a huge part and Mashallah majority of our pupils lasted the full session. Overall 10 out of...

Pupils take part in Track Cycling at the Velodrome
posted on: Feb 6, 2017 | author: tbsadmin

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