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Speaker of LBH visits TBS

Clare Potter, Speaker from London Borough of Hackney visited Tawhid Boys School on Tuesday 30th April. Pupils engaged in discussions on the role of the Speaker and the civic duties carried out by the Speaker over the course of the year she has been in position. Pupils interacted with the Speaker through a series of Q&A and observing lessons in a number of subjects. A tour of the school covered the history of how the school had evolved over the last 19 years together with meeting Senior staff ended the Speaker’s visit who found the experience an enriching...

Speaker of LBH visits TBS
posted on: May 7, 2019 | author: tbsadmin

Energy Live – Science Show

On Thursday 28th February, Y9 attended the ‘Energy Live’ Science Show at B6 College. The show was run by Dan Plane who is a  Presentator from the Royal Institute in Central London.  The show took us through a journey through the stores of energy which surround us.  Y9 really enjoyed the show especially when Enes demonstrated the power of elastic potential energy by making a balloon burst using Bicycle pump (see...

Energy Live – Science Show
posted on: May 2, 2019 | author: tbsadmin

JCOSS Visit TBS

”Today JCOSS, a Jewish secondary school visited Year 8 in Tawhid as part of our inter-faith linking program. They arrived at 10:00 and our first activity together was an ice-breaker where we did a ‘Would You Rather’ game, with questions such as ‘Would you rather live in the countryside or city’, and we had to discuss with each other why we picked a certain choice. Then the Year 8 students presented their presentations on the Five Pillars of Islam which we had prepared earlier. These were full of information for the Jewish students to learn more about Islam and our beliefs. After this we had a break, where both schools could socialise and mingle. Then, one of the...

JCOSS Visit TBS
posted on: May 2, 2019 | author: tbsadmin

MYCHILDATSCHOOL.COM

Introducing Tawhid Parents Portal: My Child at School MyChildAtSchool [MCAS] is a portal enabling parents to view their child’s academic performance in real-time via a web browser. This facility allows exclusive access to the child’s Attendance, Assessment and Behaviour whenever the parent/carer wishes. As well as student performance data, the portal also provides general useful information about school such as the Academic Calendar and Announcements.  In summary, MyChildAtSchool provides:  – Access to real-time Attendance, Assessment and Behavioural data  – An insight to parents on their child’s schoolwork (homework topics etc.)  – Communication facilities to improve contact between parents and schools  – Instant access to Published Reports and Letters  To access MyChildAtSchool [MCAS] please visit the following website https://www.mychildatschool.com/ You...

MYCHILDATSCHOOL.COM
posted on: May 2, 2019 | author: tbsadmin
Safer Internet day

Safer Internet day

posted on: May 2, 2019 | author: tbsadmin

The School took part in Safer Internet day on Tuesday 5th February 19.  The aim of Safer Internet Day is to inspire a national conversation about using technology responsibly, respectfully, critically and creatively. The school ran a series of assemblies and classroom activities addressing the theme of this year’s Safer Internet day: Permission to share? New research reveals the positives and challenges of young people sharing content online Sharing content online seen as critical to connecting with the world and making a positive difference – but a lack of clarity around consent causes confusion and young people struggle to navigate ‘the...

Sacred Texts

Sacred Texts

posted on: May 2, 2019 | author: tbsadmin

On the 17th of January yr 9 visited the British library and we learned about sacred texts. ”When we arrived my initial thoughts were about the sheer size of the library. It was massive; When we entered the workshop and took our places on our seats to learn about sacred texts we were greeted by two women. They asked us many different questions like, “what makes a text sacred” and “Can a holy text be seen as sacred” and “what makes a holy text sacred”. These questions were very intriguing and had many different answers. I learnt that sacred texts can be tied with religion and many different things. I also learnt that the sacredness of Holy books isn’t the book itself but the writing inside. The book is just a container. We were given different objects and were told that anything can be sacred and can have a...

Holocaust Memorial Day 2019

Holocaust Memorial Day 2019

posted on: May 2, 2019 | author: tbsadmin

Holocaust Memorial Day is a national commemoration day in the United Kingdom dedicated to the remembrance of those who suffered in The Holocaust, under Nazi Persecution, and in subsequent genocides in Cambodia, Rwanda, Bosnia, and Darfur. Once again we were visited by Rabbi Gluck who gave the students some insight into this...

Exploring English

posted on: May 2, 2019 | author: tbsadmin

As part of a series of trips to the British library this term, on 29/11/18, year 10 attended the ‘Exploring English’ workshop in which they learnt some important facts about the history of the printed word, and viewed some rare artifacts including the first printing press as well as some extremely rare and original books. The day also included a workshop where they got to explore and discover works from famous writers in the viewing gallery and also learnt about where many of the words we use in our everyday language are derived...

An Inspector Calls

An Inspector Calls

posted on: May 2, 2019 | author: tbsadmin

Year 10 Theatre Visit to Watch ‘An Inspector Calls’ 03/10/18 As part of the English Literature GCSE syllabus, year 10 visited New Wimbledon Theatre to watch a live performance of ‘An Inspector Calls’. It was a fantastic experience, enabling students to understand the play in performance as well as being able to visualise how setting, lights and sound are used in live theatre and to feel the exciting atmosphere of the theatre...

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