Tuition Club is now closed for rest of Ramadan and the following week for the half-term Break.
Alhamdulilah we’ve come to the end of another half-term, earlier this term as many of you all know we began to teach our home- schooled children virtually, both our students and teachers have adapted well to current changes and learning Online.
We would like to thank our Students, Staff and Parents for all your continuous support & Hard work. We Pray you all have a Blessed Ramadan & a Wonderful Read more [...]
The Tuition Club resumes back on Monday 20th April 2020
The Tuition Club will operate at slightly different hours.
This is to bring ease to those who are fasting during the blessed month of Ramadan and may find it difficult to arrive online at 10:00am after night prayers etc.
The opening times for this term will be as follows: 11am – 4pm
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The Tuition Club is closed for the half- term break!
The club will resume back on Monday 20th April 2020. Please watch out for regular updates via our Facebook and Twitter accounts (‘Tuitionclub) or join us on our Telegram channel (telegram.me/thetuitionclub)
We pray and hope you are all safe and well in your homes.
Asalaamualaykum wa rahmatullah
We would like to announce free entry for all Tuition Club Students into our Online Qur’an Classes that take place on Monday, Wednesday and Thursday from 5-7pm inshaaAllah.
To take advantage of this please fill this form out: https://salafischool.co.uk/online
COVID-19 and Tuition Club onsite closure
Currently Tuition Club takes place on site - but in line with the latest developments and government guidance, it may become difficult to sustain classes on site. However, in order for our children not to miss out or fall behind, then we are already making preparations for all our children to learn in our Virtual Classrooms online temporarily from Monday 23rd March 2020. As mentioned previously we do not wish our children to miss out on their tuition and Read more [...]
The Club will be on Monday as normal inshaaAllah, however there are some important things to note with regards to precautions being taken to ensure the best possible response in line with government guidelines.
Keeping Children at Home
In accordance with the current guidelines then we ask parents to check if their child has a continuous and persistent cough or high temperature; or experiencing any other symptoms. If so then please keep your child at home - JazaakumAllaahukhair - and please contact Read more [...]
Our home-schooled girls aged 13-14 have been 'Raising- Standards' in their science experiments! The group enjoyed a fun session at the Tuiton club making Pancakes. Ever wondered what does science have to do with pancakes?.. well, when you make pancake batter you are mixing a whole range of different chemicals - so all sorts of reactions take place in the cooking! The dry ingredients contain flour and sugar, as well as salt and maybe either baking powder or baking soda. Flour supplies protein, molecules Read more [...]
Our home- schooled children ages 6-7 have been working at greater depth in their reading and writing!.Working at greater depth means a child is not only on their way to master the expected stage for their age, but able to delve into it in more detail. In English, working at greater depth might look like using different sentence types and lengths, being aware of how their audience affects their tone and style, or writing with a ‘reader’s eye’, re-reading and editing their own work to ensure Read more [...]
As you may remember, last year our little green-fingered students were learning all about planting in our Learning Garden at the Tuition club. As spring approches us, our children are excited to have discovered their little seeds grow into beautiful organic produce!. Children can learn new skills, have fun, play and develop self-confidence by spending time in the garden tending plants and growing their own food. Most children enjoy being outdoors and love digging in the soil, getting dirty, creating Read more [...]
Descriptive writing imprints images into the reader’s mind, making you feel as though you’re “right there.” It‘s all about engaging the five senses of sight, hearing, smell, taste, and touch to transport the reader and stir emotion. By choosing vivid details and colorful words, good writers bring objects, people, places, and events to life. Instead of merely telling you what they see, they use their words to show you.
Our children in year 6 have been putting pen to Read more [...]