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May Newsletter

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May Newsletter

May Newsletter

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Year 7 take part in Mountain Biking and Canoeing in PE

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Year 7 take part in Mountain Biking and Canoeing in PE

Our Year 7 class are taught how to ride mountain bikeS during PE lessons. Pupils are taught a variety of mountain biking and practical skills. Each session focuses on a particular technique or combination of core mountain biking skills: braking, weight transfer/body position, cornering, gear use, climbing and descending.  Some of our pupils also take part in canoeing...

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BIKE EVENT

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BIKE EVENT

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END OF TERM NEWSLETTER

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END OF TERM NEWSLETTER

April 2017 Newsletter

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OPEN EVENING TUESDAY 28th MARCH 2017 6:00PM-7:30PM

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OPEN EVENING TUESDAY 28th MARCH 2017 6:00PM-7:30PM

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Father and Son Cycling Event

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Father and Son Cycling Event

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Year 8 Jewish Museum Trip

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Year 8 Jewish Museum Trip

On Monday 20th February, year 8 pupils paid a special visit to the Jewish Museum in Camden Town, London. Pupils engaged in two workshops: Understanding Judaism & Torah  (A way of life). Also, pupils had the opportunity to explore the Hebrew alphabet, as well using scribes to try writing their names in Hebrew! Overall, it was a very enjoyable experience. Pupils gained a deeper insight into Judaism and experienced at first hand important objects used by the Jewish community. Pupils also explored the special galleries and exhibitions relating to: Jewish history, The Synagogue and important...

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3rd Annual Quran Competition

Posted by on Feb 13, 2017 Comments Off on 3rd Annual Quran Competition

3rd Annual Quran Competition

TBS 3rd annual Qur’aan Recitation Competition:   Alhamdulillah, our School were very fortunate to have held its 3rd Annual Qur’aan Recitation Competition this year, on Sunday 5th February 2017 at Masjid e Quba in London. In total 41 pupils registered for the Competition and for  over three weeks our pupils competed by way of reciting Qur’aan through three qualifying rounds, to a team of Teachers (who are well versed with The Qur’aan) and have been judged and tested accordingly, in their recitation. This year was the first time we held a special semi final event for this competition in our School with the whole School attending including staff. This provided pupils with more confidence and better equipped them  for the Grand Finale at Masjid Quba   As a result, from the semi final, a total of 7 pupils were chosen specifically by independent Judges to recite and formally participate in the Grand Final of the Qur’aan Competition. Pupils in the final were tested according to their Tajweed, Voice and overall correct pronunciation of each letter. We had a prestigious range of special internationally renowned guests who judged the pupils in their Qur’aan recitation. The panel of judges for the Grand Final included: Qari Ziyaad Patel (South Africa), Qari Ilyaas El Badr (Egypt), Shaykh Shokri Majouli (Tunisia), Qari Ilyaas Badat (India) & Shaykh Inaam ul Haq Malik (UK). MashaAllah, overall the feedback from the Judges was very encouraging. The quality of the recitations and tajweed was of a very high standard. The experience for most pupils was very challenging and highly competitive overall.  The final was well attended with over 200 guests. We pray that the aim of the competition, to promote the recitation of the Quran in its beautiful format has been achieved. A huge Jazakallah to Qari Ishaaq and his team of judges for all their hard work and efforts.   Qur’aan Recitation Grand Final Positions First Place Zakariyya Lunat (Y11) Second Place Bilal Siyaad (9B) Third Place Abu Bakr Snell (Y7) Fourth Place Abdullah Lunat (Y10) Fifth Place Mohammed Aden (9B) Sixth Place Abdullah Mulla (9A) Seventh Place Yusuf Lunat (Y8)     May The Almighty accept the efforts of all the pupils who participated and the judges for taking their time out to help judge the reciatations....

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Kidz 4 Kidz Fundraising Project at Tawhid

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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 – Sponsor orphans in around the world – Install hand water pumps for poor communities in the Philippines – Support children with special needs in Pakistan   As a reward for pupil’s efforts, Ummah Welfare Trust will provide all fundraisers with a gift; while the top fundraiser in each region will receive an Android tablet loaded with Islamic...

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My trip review – HACKNEY PIRATES ENGLISH WORKSHOP

Posted by on Feb 13, 2017 Comments Off on My trip review – HACKNEY PIRATES ENGLISH WORKSHOP

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 saying ‘I’m so glad to see you again’ and ‘Where have you been.’ Straight away I realised that is what they had been saying to us outside. First we did a role play sort of activity in which we showed how the weather was like out at sea. We sat down again. Then suddenly, a man that had been sleeping on a chair abruptly woke up and jumped up. Then the other man started talking again, telling us a story in which we were the main characters and had crashed on a ship with the helpers, after surviving a storm and a battle with a terrible sea monster. After this, he made us close our eyes and lie down. At the last second, a pillow was thrown at my face, which was very lucky for me. He told us to imagine the moment when we crashed. I ‘casted my mind back’ to the time when the weather was so terrible, and we hit a boulder. ‘BANG!’ I was in the depths of the ocean. We opened our eyes. The captain told us there was a secret passage into a room where we would be writing up the end of our stories. He took us through it; we went down some stairs into a very large room where I saw there were lots of computers. However when I looked closer, I realised they were actually NEO’s, special writing devices with a keyboard and a tiny screen just to show your story. Everything was very exciting, so I chose a place in the corner and after the teacher had explained what to do; I started typing away at my NEO. We worked for 20 minutes, and then took a break, in which we played a game, similar to Simon Says however more pirate like. I came second, unfortunately narrowly missing out on winning the game. Then we returned to our seats to continue working for another approximately 20 minutes. Next we were all told to gather around in a cinema sort of way and the captain was reading tiny snippets of our stories in a very engaging sort of way. I was one of them, and I particularly enjoyed the funny way he said ‘more next time’ at the end of every story and the way we did lights, camera action at the beginning of them. After the reading out, we went back through the secret passage and out of the shop. I had thoroughly enjoyed my morning at the Hackney Pirates. By Abu Bakr Snell...

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