In Geography our home-schooled children have been learning about what an Ordnance Survey map is and how to read one.
An OS (Ordnance Survey) Map is a useful tool if you are planning a route for a long walk off-road.
It has symbols to explain the features of different areas, so walkers know where and where not to go.
Ordnance maps have a scale. Different maps might have different scales.
Some of our home-schooled children are in the first stage of designing their very own printed handbag.
They have started planning whereby the children will eventually go through the design process to create a product
In the next few weeks they will move on to demonstrate their sewing skills.
Children will learn how to make a paper template of the bag and how to sew a running stitch, backstitch, whip stitch and blanket stitch.
Finally, when they have made their handbags children will learn how to write a detailed evaluation.
Using Multiplication drill activities our home-schooled children have been able to better comprehend multiplication.
Children have been using Grid problem multiplication worksheets as an introduction to multiplication and discovering patterns in multiplication problems.
As an addition the multiplication number square allows children to learn multiplication, square numbers and recurring patterns.
The number square is colour-coded and a great aid to help learn visually.
The children will be focusing on these key skills to help develop their Math skills.
Tuition Club Online classes resume tomorrow from 10am UK Time. We look forward to welcoming you all back for more educational and engaging online lessons. We have a few new exciting additions to our online learning tools including e-books for reading in English and Quizlet for in class games. Keep a watch out for more exciting updates coming soon!
Asalamualaikum wa rahmatullahi wa barakaatuhu
We would like to inform you that we will be slightly extending the tuition club day at no extra charge in order for the children to gain the maximum benefit from their tutor periods.
Therefore we expect all children to be in by 9:50 at the latest so we can bring the first tuition hour at 9:55.
Secondly we will open the doors at 15:05 instead.
This will be in effect from the first Monday back and applies to any children receiving only one subject tutoring in either first or last period.