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Shabbir The Poet visits Tawhid Boys School as pupils celebrate National Poetry Week!

 

Ex-Tawhid Boys School pupil Shabbir Hassan visited our school to lead a workshop and perform some spoken word poetry with a group of Year 10 & Year 11 pupils, as pupils celebrated National Poetry Day on Wednesday 27th September. Pupils thoroughly enjoyed the visit and felt that the workshop was very engaging and brought out their creative skills.

Shabbir commented: ‘It was a pleasure to be back at the very same school that I studied in. It was an enriching experience for me to spend some time with the pupils and share my experience as a spoken word poet. Also, seeing the talent that some of the pupils have was highly encouraging and motivating. I can’t wait to visit again soon InshaAllah.’

School Re-opens for Students on Wednesday 5th September 2018 @8:15am

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School Re-opens for Students on Wednesday 5th September 2018 @8:15am

School Re-opens for Students on Wednesday 5th September 2018 @8:15am

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School closes for the students on Thursday 12 July 2018 @12:30pm

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School closes for the students on Thursday 12 July 2018 @12:30pm

School closes for the students on Thursday 12 July 2018 @12:30pm

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Latest Ofsted Report May 2018

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Latest Ofsted Report May 2018

Tawhid Boys School Ofsted Inspection Final REPORT May 2018

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School Newsletter April 2018

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School Newsletter April 2018

Update School Newsletter Issue: 29 April 2018 May 2018

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STARS (Sustainable Travel: Active, Responsible, Safe)

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STARS (Sustainable Travel: Active, Responsible, Safe)

STARS letter – gold schools Dear Gold STARS School, STARS (Sustainable Travel: Active, Responsible, Safe) scheme As Walking and Cycling Commissioner for London, I would like to congratulate you for being an exemplary Gold STARS school. Well done to all the staff, pupils and parents that contributed to your Gold STARS accreditation. This is a prestigious award, and we know how much time and hard work it has taken to achieve this. The Mayor’s vision for young Londoners is to ensure they should have the best possible chances for health, happiness and success in our city. Transport for London’s (TfL) STARS scheme encourages the whole school community to think differently about their travel choices and how these can impact their health, wellbeing and the local environment. Being part of STARS means that you are part of a growing number of schools that are transforming the way young people, parents, and staff travel on a daily basis. Each year STARS schools replace 22 million kilometres worth of car journeys with walking, cycling and scooting and you are contributing to this powerful change. You are leading the way in a quiet but powerful revolution that will benefit everyone who lives and works in this city by reducing congestion, improving road safety, and increasing health and wellbeing. Accredited schools have benefited on average from a six per cent decrease in car use on the school journey. Yours sincerely Will Norman Mayor of London’s Walking and Cycling Commissioner...

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Y11 pupils learn all about money at the Bank of England!

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Y11 pupils learn all about money at the Bank of England!

Pupils had exclusive tour around the newly built Bank of England museum and focused on an educational presentation named: ‘Keeping on an even Keel’. Pupils were able to appreciate the role of the Bank of England in a short film that uses nautical metaphor and animation to explain the Bank’s roles and responsibilities in an accessible, imaginative and entertaining way. The film is divided into seven short modules, which provide a simple guide to the Bank’s monetary policy and financial stability roles. They explain why low inflation and a safe and stable financial system matter to the UK economy and how the Bank contributes to achieving them. Furthermore, pupils asked some engaging and challenging questions relating to the UK’s financial and banking system. They were very enthusiastic and keen to learn...

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Y10’s learn about careers at Skills London 2017!

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Y10’s learn about careers at Skills London 2017!

Year 10 pupils attended the ‘Skills London 2017’ Jobs and Careers event on Friday 24th November at The London Excel. This was an exciting hands-on event that offered our Year 10 pupils an exclusive opportunity to meet Universities, top employers, colleges, Apprenticeships, training providers and loads of other exhibitors. Pupils also had the chance to engage with a wide range of key professionals within the jobs and careers fields. The key aim of this event was to enable our pupils to think about their career choices and this event was an excellent starting point for this. This was an excellent opportunity for our pupils to enhance their interview skills and explore a range of career options available out there. At The Skills London event, not only did students have a great day out but they were able to find out about the many career options available for them. Some of the most popular employers that were exhibiting on the day were; British Airways, Heathrow Airport, HSBC Bank, PWC, Transport for London, Virgin Media and many more!  ...

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Hackney Air Cadets visit TBS!

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Hackney Air Cadets visit TBS!

Pupils from upper school were visited by the Hackney Air Cadets staff (part of the Royal Air Force) and launched a presentation on the amazing work that they are doing for the youth within our local community. Lieutenant Singh and Lieutenant Berring both spoke about the various activities and projects that they run, from DofE award, camping, shooting, aircraft flying and many more! Pupils were every engaged and asked several questions at the end of the assembly.  ...

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Crisis UK visit TBS to promote homelessness….

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Crisis UK visit TBS to promote homelessness….

  Our lower school pupils were treated to a special assembly delivered by Gerald, one of Crisis UK’s volunteers, who spoke about the importance of supporting the homeless community, as well as giving us feedback on how our school’s donations helped the homeless community last year. Gerald explained the various services that Crisis UK offers; not just providing food or shelter but also long term projects such as: interview techniques, jobs, saving money etc. Pupils were also given an opportunity to ask any questions...

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TBS PUPILS LEARN ABOUT ISLAMOPHOBIA AWARENESS MONTH!

Posted by on Nov 21, 2017 Comments Off on TBS PUPILS LEARN ABOUT ISLAMOPHOBIA AWARENESS MONTH!

Y11 pupils took part in a special workshop led by Steve and Rehman from Faith Matters, aimed at raising awareness of hate crimes and Islamophobia in general. Also, Y9 & Y10 pupils took part in a larger assembly, in which they had the opportunity to pose questions and discuss important hate crime relates issues. Faith Matters is a not-for profit organisation working  to challenge hate crimes, reduce extremism and improve inter-faith relations between different faith communities in the United Kingdom. The Tell MAMA (Measuring Anti-Muslim Attacks) project is also run alongside Faith Matters, which is currently the only third party hate crime reporting service in the UK dedicated to supporting victims of Islamophobia and anti- Muslim hate crime. This may range from threats and abusive behaviour to assaults, property damage and the use of anti-Muslim literature. We believe it is imperative that such issues are discussed within local communities; in order to raise awareness of the impact of these crimes and how victims can be supported. Tell MAMA provide emotional support, practical assistance, advocacy, signposting and mediation to victims. The guests from Faith Matters managed to raise awarenessat our school and pupils managed to discuss some of the issues around Islamophobia and how Faith Matters and other organisations can support the victims. Since November is marked as Islamophobia Awareness Month, we believe it was a great opportunity for our students to learn about our findings and what support mechanisms are...

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