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Thursday 9th February 2017


Headteacher's message...

Assalamu alaykum,
Alhamdulillah, I am pleased to introduce this first edition of our new monthly school newsletter. We intend to make it a form of regular communication to parents, to keep you up to date and informed about  events and activities taking place in and around school, inshaAllah. There will also be information on important dates, reminders, and details of upcoming trips, so please do take the time out to read it.

Half term holiday
Mon 13th Feb - Fri 17th Feb
Last day of school
Friday 10th Feb (full day)
School reopens
Mon 20th Feb at 8:30am


Half term classes for Year 11
Mon 13 Feb Tue 14 Feb

Star Pupil of the Month
Taqiyah Amjad, yr 7 - for having excellent akhlaq, high motivation and great focus level
Rozana Mokhtari, yr 8 - for her effort in the Geography assessment and for having good manners
Mariam Javid, yr 9 - for her interest in creating new things and fearless attitude towards challenges in Art and D&T
Maryam Choudhury, yr 10 - for improvement in Maths and displaying excellent adab and akhlaq
Habiba Iqbal, yr 11 - for always being respectful and well-mannered in PE
Visitors to the School

•    Councillor Cameron Geddes (Barking and Dagenham) regarding the local authority's duties to homeless people

•    Reverend Steven Hanna, from St Elizabeth's Church regarding how to help homeless people in the community

•    the National Citizenship Service who delivered a workshop on CV writing and Interview Skills

•     Police Sergeant Ian Lee who did an assembly on knife crime in schools. 


Year 11s took part in a litter-pick session with the Cleanup UK charity on Wednesday 25th January, as part of their GCSE Citizenship Studies assessment. Pupils wore hi-vis jackets and used litter pickers to collect rubbish from the surrounding roads outside school. Other than the usual litter (crisp packets, tissue and bottles), they also discovered some peculiar items, such as a saucepan lid, an old household bin, and a doormat which had been thrown out onto the pavement.
By end of half-hour session, the pupils had gathered six bags of litter (plus the discarded bin!). These were collected later on in the afternoon by Redbridge Council’s refuse team. Pupils also the opportunity to interview Neeta Konagaratnom, the charity representative, to ask about the work she does and the success of the charity.
Well done to the pupils for their hard work  and Miss Khanom for arranging the event.
D&T Projects - Bread, Bags and Cushions

Year 7s and Year 8s have been making bread, bags and cushions for D&T, and these are some pictures of the final results. Well done Year 7 and 8!
Jokes of the Month

Q: What did the bird say after his cage fell apart?
A: "Cheap, cheap!"

Q: Did you hear about the race between the lettuce and the tomato?
A: The lettuce was a "head" and the tomato was trying to "ketchup"!
Hadith of the Month

Abu Hurairah (May Allah be pleased with him) reported:
The Prophet (s.a.w) said, "He who believes in Allah and the Last Day must either speak good or remain silent."



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