Our Kids Arabic Club is postponed until after Ramadhaan. Please keep an eye on our website and social media for updates of the restarting date.
Tomorrow our attending home-schooled children will have the opportunity to plant our variety of fruit trees in the learning garden! Don’t miss out – register at tuitionclub.org/gardenclub or register on the day.
Our home-schooled children have focusing on drawing skills, looking carefully at the work of European artist Anselm Kiefer.
Using the Photo pack of images and a PowerPoint to scaffold the discussion of Anselm Kiefer's work they have presented some great artwork of crumbling buildings.
The children looked at facts about Anselm Kiefer’s life and work and their artwork focused on features of a building, including windows and doors.
Over the term the children will be learning about artists, Read more [...]
Come and join us tomorrow for session 2 of our Garden Club! Our home-schooled children will be researching and planning how to plant their purchases from last week in our learning garden.
Please note the new time of the club is now 1.30-3pm in shaa Allaah. If you are interested in sending your child then please register via the form below.
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The home-schooled students that attended Garden Club last week had a great time exploring the variety of plants, seeds and bulbs that B&Q had on offer. They made some great purchases for our learning garden including seed potatoes, onions sets, tomato, carrot, beetroot, cucumber and strawberry seeds. They also bought a beautiful apple tree and one of our home-schooled parents kindly donated a pear and plum tree.
Session 2 tomorrow will involve our attending home-schooled children researching Read more [...]
Our immersive Kids Arabic Club resumes tomorrow at the usual time of 11.15am. It’s not too late to register, just sign up at tuitionclub.org/arabicclub
Come and join in the fun this Spring & Summer at our new Garden Club!
We are excited to announce our brand new garden club, which commences this Tuesday 23rd April in shaa Allaah. The weekly club will give home-schooled children the opportunity to be part of our learning garden by planting and growing a variety of plants, fruits, vegetables and herbs.
The garden club will give children a sense of responsibility and it will instil within them the need to look after the environment Read more [...]
Last term, some of our students worked on designing their own planet during their Science lessons.
They started with planning, focusing on areas such as what the planet would look like, what colour it is, does anyone live there etc.
The children had the freedom to create their own version considering physical aspects as well as species that may live on it. Then the children went on to making their designs into a model.
This was a fun way to encourage students to be creative by allowing Read more [...]
Our home-schooled children have been making hot air balloons last half term.
They were taught about what sculptures are, what materials can be used and tips for working with paper mache.
Children got to get their hands messy with paper mache and paint. They got to dip strips of paper into glue mixture and create 3 layers onto the balloon.
Have a look above at some of their fantastic striking hot air balloons!
Alhamdulillaah yesterday afternoon we came to the end of another term at the Tuition Club and to celebrate the achievements of our home schooled students, we held an end of term ceremony and a parents afternoon.
During the ceremony our students were rewarded for achieving a 100% mark in all subjects on the Tuition Club behaviour and effort charts, and were presented with certificates and gifts.
Some of our Arabic students also gave a presentation and spoke about the different countries in the Read more [...]