As a start to the next half term, Tuition Club will be introducing a Prefect System.
Prefects have important roles that they play.
They are chosen by tutors based on their skills and they have numerous roles that they execute.
Prefects are therefore Tuition Club role models and should like working with and talking to younger students and be able to build good working relationships with staff.
As this requires responsibility, Prefects should want to make a lasting impact at the Tuition Club and be involved in decision making.
Would you like to be a prefect?
Do you have what it takes?
Would you like to be involved in decision making?
If so, help make Tuition Club bigger and better!
This is just one of the ways we encourage our students in leadership and teamwork therefore providing a platform for children to develop their skills which will aid help them in their next stage of their life.
Giving your child the best start and a platform to shine!
Students are Rewarded with Golden Trophy Badges for Their Excellent Effort in Maintaining Classrooms!
Taking care of the Masjid and looking after it is encouraged and praiseworthy in Islam.
As an encouragement and for rewarding the children for their excellent effort in keeping their classrooms/Masjid tidy and clean we have introduced some golden trophy badges.
Each class member will get the opportunity to wear these badges for a set duration and results will be recorded.
In houses (masjids), which Allâh has ordered to be raised (to be cleaned, and to be
honoured), in them His Name is glorified in the mornings and in the afternoons or the
evenings, (Surah An-Nur 24:36)
As adults, we understand that there are many virtues of tidying the Masjid and Islam encourages us to do so.
Raising awareness of this to students will help build their character and develop them as responsible model individuals.
Some of our home-schooled students have been exploring how plants absorb water during their science lesson.
Firstly, the children got to understand how a plant obtains water by discussing why there is a need to water plants as well as where water for plants usually come from.
Key stage 2 have been working on Autumn themed writing activities during some of their English lessons.
Students were asked to do some research on hibernating animals, migrating birds, seeds, fruits and nuts as well as the weather of autumn and then present them on poster paper.