The Tuition Club resumes tomorrow Monday 23rd April at 10am, for the first half of the Summer term. We hope our home schooled students had an enjoyable Spring break and we look forward to them returning for another exciting term in shaa Allaah!
Our Young learners have been learning about many different topics in Arabic.
Tutors have been using props to aid the children’s learning in building language skills and early learning concepts.
Through kinaesthetic means: touching, feeling and experiencing the material at hand has helped students engage in the learning activity.
Year 2 students have been learning about Symmetry within their Maths lessons.
When something is symmetrical it means it is the same on both sides.
The students were given a shape and asked to draw lines of symmetry on them. To help understand the concept and how to find the line of symmetry, the children were presented with shapes to fold in half so that they could see clearly that one side was the same as the other.
A shape has symmetry if a central dividing line (a mirror line) can be drawn on it that shows that both sides of the shape are exactly the same.
Life Cycle Posters!
Throughout Term 2 our home-schooled students have produced some excellent posters on many science-based topics.
Some of these have been about the Life Cycle of a plant outlining the basic structure of a plant, for example, parts of a plan as well as what a tree needs.