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HIFZ GRADUATES – 2015

HIFZ GRADUATES – 2015 Our Hifz students initiated the memorization of the Quran with the aim of forever embedding and preserving the Quran within their hearts. Our aim is to motivate and encourage our students to complete this within the frame of four years. Sayyidina Buraidah RA reports that the Nobel Messenger of Allah SAW […]

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EDF WORKSHOP YEAR 11

EDF WORKSHOP YEAR 11 Students at AAGS were chosen for an exciting opportunity as part of EDF to invent a smart gadget in a workshop. This project was part of an initiative aimed at inspiring girls into Science and Engineering. Students had the opportunity to spend the morning building simple electronic circuits using innovative LittleBits […]

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TEAM LONDON SCHOOLS’ VOLUNTEERING CONFERENCE

TEAM LONDON SCHOOLS’ VOLUNTEERING CONFERENCE Apa Shabana, attended the Team London School’s Volunteering Conference. She had an opportunity to learn about the programme that is building the next generation of volunteers by inspiring and enabling young people to give back to their local community by taking part in youth-led social action projects. It also provided […]

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LONDON KNOWLEDGE QUIZ 2015

LONDON KNOWLEDGE QUIZ 2015 Congratulations to the following students for successfully qualifying to compete in Round Two of the London Knowledge Quiz which will take place on Wednesday, 17 June 2015. Well done on this fantastic achievement! Hannah Munir Patel & Jumanah Zahra Hussain Razeenah Ramtally & Sameeah Sandford Mahak Polani & Rayyan Mselem We […]

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SCHOOL LINKING PROGRAMME

SCHOOL LINKING PROGRAMME WHY 3FF’S SCHOOLS WORK? 3FF’s Interfaith Education Workshops and Faith 3FF works to build understanding and lasting School Linking Programmes prepare young people relationships between people of all faiths and beliefs. to be able to interact positively with anyone they meet, with the skills and attitudes to be able tocultivate meaningful relationships. […]

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3FF School Linking 2013-14
Case Study Example from the Linking Programme

  Azhar Academy Muslim Girls’ and St Ursula’s Catholic Girls’ Secondary Schools Azhar Academy is a Muslim girls’ school in East London, and St Ursula’s is a Catholic girls’ secondary school in Greenwich. They Linked for the first time this year as lead teachers Kareema, Shabana and Anna were keen for their students to actually […]

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Linking, OFSTED and Curricula

How Linking supports requirements of primary and secondary curricula: The National Curriculum in England: Key Stages 1 and 2 Framework Document and Key Stages 3 and 4 Framework Document (both 2014) “Every state-funded school must offer a curriculum which is balanced and broadly based and which: promotes the spiritual, moral, cultural, mental and physical development […]

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Azhar Academy Girls School won

Maryam Haskic gold 800m Nabeela Issa gold high jump Iqra Khan gold 60m sprint Suhayfa Saeed gold 200m sprint Maryam Haskic silver triple jump Fatima Ali silver 60 m hurdles Fatima Ali silver long jump Fatima Ali silver 300m sprint Suhaira Amina silver high jump Zahra Mohammed silver 800 m

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Girls give gifts to sick children

Forest gate students walked five miles to visit three london hospitals A group of Forest Gate school girls walked five miles across London to deliver a bundle of presents to children’s wards at the capital’s hospitals. About 25 Year 7 pupils from Azhar Academy Girls School, Rom- ford Road, collected books, board games and arts […]

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A visit to meadow court care home

“I went to Meadow Court care home and enjoyed speaking to the residents and looking around the care home. I was glad to see that they were well looked after,” said Nusrath Tapadar a Year 11 student. Four groups of students from Year 11 visited Meadow Court Care Home in March 2015 to run projects […]

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