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Parents and pupils cycle to Hertfordshire...

Parents and pupils had participated in a 10 mile cycling event to Hertfordshire which was organised by school. They had left from school early on Saturday  2nd May 2015. They had cycled from school all the way to Cheshunt via spring...

Parents and pupils cycle to Hertfordshire
posted on: May 6, 2015 | author: tbsadmin

Mock Elections Week at Tawhid

At Tawhid Boys School we will be holding a Mock Elections week  with the aim of encouraging our pupils to become more aware and involved in our country’s voting and democratic process. The Mock Elections will be taking place on Thursday 7th May 2015.  There will be a total of 6 Parties involved in our elections: The Vision Party (Y7A) The Transform Party (Y7B) The Progress Party (Y8) The Tomorrow Party (Y9) The Enrichment Party (Y10) The Future Party (Y11) Tutors will select the following from their tutor groups. Political Party Candidate (Leader & Deputy Team Leader) = 2 pupils Party Team Members = 10 pupils Party Registrars = 2 pupils Polling Officer = 1 pupil Chief Counter...

Mock Elections Week at Tawhid
posted on: Apr 27, 2015 | author: tbsadmin

Dominoes AT Tawhid

Part of our Comenius project we aim to promote traditional games. During lunch pupils take part in various games....

Dominoes AT Tawhid
posted on: Apr 27, 2015 | author: tbsadmin

FSC Fieldwork Trip in Geography and Science...

Pupils engaged in a joint Geography and Science field work trip, conducted by the Field Studies Council London. They focused on climate and weather change around the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park and surrounding areas within Stratford. Pupils were be able to demonstrate on a practical level, how to measure climate and weather change using various Geographical and Scientific equipment. Also, pupils had an opportunity to visit various tourist sites within Stratford, notably: Westfield Shopping Centre, East Village, Stratford New Town and the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park. By visiting these sites, our pupils were able to undertake Environmental Surveys and analyse the differences in the quality of living within these chosen locations. Overall, the trip was very beneficial for...

FSC Fieldwork Trip in Geography and Science
posted on: Apr 23, 2015 | author: tbsadmin
Trip To The House of Parliament

Trip To The House of Parliament

posted on: Apr 23, 2015 | author: tbsadmin

Year 9 pupils had a tour around the Palace of Westminster, learning about the history of Parliament. Pupils also learnt and explored the art and architecture of the buildings which have come to be so recognised. This experience was great for our pupils as it gave them a  first-hand unique experience of the Palace of Westminster through a focused, educational  tour. During the visit, pupils visited the House of Commons and the House of Lords, Westminster Hall and the Central lobby. As the General Elections are coming up, the timing of this trip was very relevant, as it gave pupils an insight into how politicians go about their day-to-day duties and how the government runs our country. It was also an opportunity for pupils to learn about how we can participate in our democratic process and learn about the significance and importance of voting in the UK....

Pupils learn about Magna Carta

posted on: Apr 22, 2015 | author: tbsadmin

Year 7A went to the British Library on the 20th of April to explore the rich history of the Magna Carta. The pupils took part in a workshop discussing the creation of the Magna Carta, viewing a replica sarcophagus of King John and examining the 1215 Magna Carta that was written during the time of King John, of which only four exist today.   Pupils were also given the opportunity to view much rarer documents like the English Bill of Rights, of which the British Library has the only copy in the world. Finally, at the end of the workshop pupils discussed the impact of the Magna Carta on other charters such as the US Constitution and the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and the significance of Magna Carta to us...

father and son event cycling and hiking May 2015

father and son event cycling and hiking May 2015...

posted on: Apr 21, 2015 | author: tbsadmin

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School visit: BRITISH LIBRARY!

posted on: Apr 16, 2015 | author: tbsadmin

On Thursday 16th April, year 8 visited the British Library and participated in a successful workshop which involved viewing several of the galleries and collecting words and phrases as they went along which could make the foundations of a piece of creative writing. As well as learning how to collect raw ideas for a novel, the class also learnt some fascinating trivial facts which included: – There are 175 000, 000 items in The British library, including many ancient religious books AND Qur’aans – Up to 3 million new books come into the library every year -‘Mad’ King George’s personal collection of 65,000 books is preserved in the library, each one of which is priceless. – The first known recorded written word is ‘water’ – Sir Hans Sloane, a keen traveller and whose bust is in the library brought cocoa beans back from Jamaica for his friend Lord Cadbury...

5-A-SIDE TOURNAMENT 2015

5-A-SIDE TOURNAMENT 2015

posted on: Apr 16, 2015 | author: tbsadmin

Another highly successful 5 -a-side tournament took place on the last day of term. In the junior event, Hudeybiah A once again triumphed and became the first team to retain the trophy. Sultan Keji in year 8 was largely responsible for this and finished the day as the tournament’s top scorer. The game was won in dramatic fashion; the teams were locked at 1-1 in the dying seconds and were fully expecting a penalty shoot out when Sultan fired in an unstoppable free kick which was immediately followed by the final whistle. Much credit must go to the rest of the team also which included some solid defensive performances from Bilal Husain and also goal of the tournament by Abu Bakr Nur – a looping effort from the half way line. Well done also to the other winning Hudeybiah A players, Abdullahi Ismail of year 7 and to Ibrahim...

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