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End of Autumn Term Ceremony!

All our Home Schooling parents are invited to join us for an afternoon of celebration!

In shaa Allaah the last day of the Autumn term will be this Thursday 14th December 2017. Alhamdulillaah we are coming to the end of another successful full term here at The Tuition Club, in which a lot of progression has been made.

In order to reward our students for their achievements, we will be having an end of term ceremony this Thursday 14th December in shaa Allaah. The ceremony will commence at 2.30pm and conclude at 3pm.

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Arabic Fruit and Vegetable Shop Dialogue!

Our home schooled students had great fun acting out a shop dialogue and making smoothies!

This term our home schooled students have been learning key Arabic vocabulary and phrases used in shops. They put their learning into practice by acting out the dialogue of buying fruit and vegetables, as well as making delicious smoothies to sell in their shop.

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Homework Club!

Need extra support with your child’s homework? If the answer is yes, then send them to our brand new homework club!

We are excited to announce our brand new Homework Club! Our new initiative has been set up in order to support our home schooled students further in their learning. 

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Sandwich Bot, Bee-Bot and Cubetto

Our home schooled students have been making great progress in their computing lessons this term!

Students have been introduced to computational thinking, by programming ‘Sandwich Bot’ through the use of algorithms (which are a set of instruction to get something done). Students have also been introduced to the idea of debugging, by identifying problems in their butter sandwich algorithm. 

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Sketching & Wire Sculptures in Art!

Sketching – Drawing Fruit and Vegetables

This term children have been focusing on learning to draw fruit and vegetables using one of the mastery of art and design techniques known as sketching. Artists use tone to create observational drawings. An observational drawing could be a portrait, architecture (buildings) or still life (bowl of fruit).

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