Healthy Eating weekSaturday, 18 October 2014 17:46
Allaah the Al-Mighty says in the Holy Quraan:
“Eat of what is lawful and wholesome on the earth. (Al-Baqarah: 168)
So the children have been learning what healthy eating is through various activities...
Eid Ul Adha PartyMonday, 13 October 2014 14:05
On Thursday 8th of October we had our school Eid party. The children enjoyed many varied activities and shared the spirit of Eid together.Read more...
Visit to Norlington Boys SchoolMonday, 13 October 2014 13:50
Internet Safety Advice for parentsTuesday, 07 October 2014 10:52
As parents and teachers we are always protective of our children but are we aware of the possible dangers of the internet? Here are a few tips to follow in order to keep our children safe on the internet;
Be in control
Make use of the parental controls on your home broadband and any internet-enabled devices. You can find out how at your broadband provider’s website or by visiting internetmatters.org.
Use safe search engines such as swiggle.org or kids-search.com. Safe search settings can also be activated on Google and other search engines as well as YouTube. You can find out more at google.co.uk/safetycentre.
Be clear what your child can and can’t do online – where they can use the internet, how much time they can spend online, the sites they can visit and the type of information they can share. Agree with your child when they can have a mobile device or tablet.
The best way to find out what your child is doing online is to ask them to tell you about it. Put the family computer in a communal area so you can see what sites they’re visiting and share with them.
Check if it’s suitable
The age ratings that come with games and apps are a good guide to whether they’re suitable for your child. The minimum age limit is 13 for several social networking sites, including Facebook and Instagram.
For further reading please refer to the following booklet produced by the UK council for child internet safety;
Advice on child internet safety
Audio Bridge to QuraanTuesday, 30 September 2014 09:58
In our endeavour to raise the standards of our children’s reading of the Holy Quraan the Islamic Studies department has developed the “Audio Bridge to Quraan”. The original booklet form was introduced to improve the fluency of children who had finished the Qaaidah. We found that the transition from Qaaidah to Quraan was too big for most children to cope with. Fluency between two words is slowly built up progressively to three, four, five, six and seven words without stuttering pausing or breathing. In this version you can click on the words to listen to Ustaadth Hussain recite them correctly.
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