Students have been having great fun collecting data, and learning about bar and tally charts in their Maths lessons. They have produced great posters maa shaa Allaah, showcasing their results in chart form.
The Tuition Club resumes tomorrow at 9.30am in shaa Allaah, for the start of an exciting summer term. We hope our students enjoyed their two week break, and we look forward to welcoming back our students both old and new.
Alhamdulillaah yesterday we came to the end of the spring term at the Tuition Club and to celebrate the achievements of our students, we held an end of term ceremony. During the ceremony our students read out some excellent poetry and riddles, which they worked hard to prepare in their Arabic and English lessons. We were all impressed by the students poems, and the confidence they showed in reading them out to an audience of parents and teachers.
Students were then rewarded for achieving Read more [...]
This term has seen the introduction of our new mountain reward charts alhamdulillaah. The reward system at the Tuition Club is based on using a positive rewards based approach, wherein the removal of a reward is the disciplining element.
The design of the chart includes an image of a mountain, in which character name cards are placed next to the relevant percentage. Part of the mountain represents a child’s behaviour, whilst another part represents a child’s effort. All students start off Read more [...]
Our Year 3 and 4 science students have been having great fun making lapbooks based on plant and animal habitats.
Lapbooking is a hands-on approach to learning, which has become very popular amongst homeschooling parents. They are a great way for children to be creative, whilst making an educational tool that they can use to review and revise important topics.
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Students at the Tuition Club have been making excellent progress in English this term.
Key stage 2 and 3 have been learning all about antonyms, adverbs, homophones, suffixes, clauses and active and passive sentences.
Whilst, Key Stage 3 have been learning about informative texts such as newspapers, journals, diaries, blogs and radio. They have also been discussing the features of a newspaper, which included learning about the historical, geographical and economical facts of Costa Rica. Read more [...]
The Tuition Club resumes tomorrow at 9.30am in shaa Allaah. We hope our students have enjoyed the February half term break, and we look forward to welcoming them back.
Alhamdulillaah today was the end of another half term, and it ended in style with a special Tuition Club Bake Off!
We were impressed by all the cupcakes, and would like to thank all students, parents and teachers for their effort and participation. The management selected their winners and runners up from the student entries. We would like to say a special well done to our winners Hannah Ahmed and Abdul Kareem Khan, and a big congratulations to our runners up Malaika Khan, Sofian Elmenghawi Read more [...]
We are excited to announce that The Tuition Club will be hosting a Bake Off on Thursday 11th February in shaa Allaah, in which students and teachers have the opportunity to enter a cupcake competition.
Student Competition Rules
Students must participate in the making of the cupcakes.
The cupcakes must be in a batch of six and they must all look the same.
Cupcakes are to be made at home and must be handed to the management team by 9.30am on Thursday 11th February, and will then Read more [...]
Since returning from their holidays, our students have been studying very interesting topics and have been participating in fun investigations.
Students in science have been looking at pollination, healthy lifestyles, factors that can damage your health, digestion, adaptation, chemical formulae, planned, carried out and drew conclusions on a tooth decay investigation using different liquids such as vinegar, cola, juice, water and milk.
In Geography students have been exploring the earth Read more [...]