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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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Food drive for the homeless

As part of IPSHE, Year 10 students from AAGS have been raising awareness about helping the homeless in the community. Students organised an exciting food drive in school and delivered food to a homeless shelter inWhitechapel. The Whitechapel Mission homeless shelter feeds up to 300 homeless people a day. Student went to great lengths in […]

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Share a smile walk

As part of IPSHE Year 7 students went to different hospitals and delivered gits to children . The girls were pleased that they were able to bring smiles to these children. The students had an awesome and inspiring experien ce. It was great to see them raising awareness about helping the sick in the community. […]

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Local councillor Dianne Walls attended a community campaign presentation organised by Year 8 and Year 11 students on Friday, 8th May 2015. Year 8 have been raising awareness about litter in the community whilst Year 11 went to Meadow Court Care Home and did projects with the elderly. Dianne was very impressed with the work […]

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Azhar Academy Girls School’s Big Tidy Up

Year 8 students from Azhar Academy Girls School in London spent last Thursday, (19th March 2015) cleaning up the streets local to their school to raise awareness of community cleanliness. In just the course of a few hours the students managed to fill up 12 black bags with rubbish – clearly Londoners have been dropping […]

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EMPOWERING WOMEN IN EDUCATION LEADERSHIP On 18th  March 2015 I had the wonderful opportunity to attend a conference at Newton Prep School on Empowering Women in Education Leadership. The aim of the event was to bring together women from schools in both independent and maintained sectors to share common experiences and create useful partnerships.  I […]

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SCIENCE WEEK ACTIVITIES 2015 Students & Staff at AAGS are busy preparing for Science Week which will take place between 16th – 26th   March 2015. There will be a range of exciting, interactive and slimy activities for student participation. Monday, 16th  MarchTO BE FIT OR NOT TO BE FIT? Lunchtime stalls to get students thinking […]

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PI WEEK AT AAGS The Mathematics department have arranged events and activities for Pi Week .  Activities will take place in school from Monday, 9th  March 2015 till Friday, 13th  March 2015 in the lead up to Pi Day on March 14th (14/3). A variety of activities will take place during lessons as well as […]

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Please note this article can be found in its original location here. The Lifebook Project is part of our Helping Older People campaign, in turn a part of our wider aim to teach the importance of social responsibility (Mu’asharat). Beginning in January this year, we partnered with Folkstone Care Home in East London and Azhar […]

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Due to the heightened level of self-isolation amongst staff and students as a result of the Coronavirus we have taken the decision, together with the school committee, to close the school from Thursday, 19th March 2020. At this stage I must mention that, Alhamdulillaah, we do not have any confirmed Covid-19 cases reported at the school.

At present we are unsure of how long the school will be closed and we will therefore keep you updated regularly via the school text service, email and the school website. Please ensure that we have your latest contact details and that you keep up to date with receiving and responding to any communications sent by the school.

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