15 Jul 2019

Big Bang Newham – 4th July 2019

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On Thursday 4th July we took selected students from year 7,8 and 9 to showcase their project at the Big Bang Newham in order to  enter the Big Bang competition 2019-2020. The students had an enjoyable day presenting their projects to visitors, judges and school students. At the end of the day, we attended the awards ceremony and were delighted to have three of our groups selected as finalists for the Big Bang competition which will take place in March 2020 in Birmingham. Our students will represent East London and will compete with other finalists from all over the UK.

Congratulations and a huge well done to all our winners

Zainab Ilyas and Simrah Khan -   Does colour affect the way we taste food?

Aaisha Bajwa and Habiba Choudhury      -Does colour affect memory retention?

Suraiya Islam And Amina Naveed  - Which lotion is the best moisturiser? (This team also  won the GSK London young scientist award)

 

20 Mar 2019

Azhar Academy Girls School selected as Finalists for the Big Bang Science Fair held in Birmingham on 12th -14th March 2019.

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Azhar Academy Girls School selected as Finalists for the Big Bang Science Fair held in Birmingham on 12th -14th March 2019.

3 students from Azhar Academy Girls School were selected as finalists to go through to the Big Bang regional heats held at Newham college. They attended the finals in Birmingham during Science week last week. Their project titled ‘ Does chewing gum improve concentration’ was well received by teachers, educators and competitors. They represented East London. They were also one of 5 groups who were nominated for the Competitors choice awards.

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20 Mar 2017

Science Week 2017

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10 Nov 2016

Students in their 5th year organised an inspirational exhibition

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Students in their 5th year organised an inspirational exhibition about the  knowledgeable, influential and fascinating Imaam of Hadith- Imaam Bukhaari R.A.

The exhibition included a reflective role play, stimulating stories, a heartfelt Ahaadith session and an insight into his zeal for knowledge. Alhamdulillah, this was a successful exhibition in which all students of Azhar Academy had the opportunity to learn some new and interesting facts of the great scholar of Islaam.

 

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24 May 2016

Azhar Academy – Art & Textile Final Designs GCSE Examinations 2016

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Our Yr 11 students have finally completed their final designs for their ART & Textile Designs GCSE examinations. MashaAllaah they have put many hours of hard work and effort into creating their final designs. Please view the videos of their inspiring work.

21 Dec 2015

Azhar Academy Girls School has been awarded a grant from the British Science Association for Science Week

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Azhar Academy Girls School has been awarded a grant from the British Science Association for Science Week. The Science department are very excited and will be inviting you to get hands on with our Science week activities. Watch this space for more information.

Students from AAGS visited the Science museum to be part of Tim peaks launch into space. The First British astronaut to visit the International Space station. If you missed his launch you can watch it again on http://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/episode/b06sgb95/stargazing-live-series-6-1-blast-off-live

31 Oct 2015

PROSPERITY IN EAST LONDON

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PROSPERITY IN EAST LONDON

Students in K3 & K4 had an opportunity to work with UCL Institute for Global Prosperity. They participated in sessions hosted by researchers from UCL on a project related to Newham called “Prosperity in East London”.

The project was finding out how people are experiencing social and economic change in Stratford and Forest Gate, especially in light of the Olympic Games and associated regeneration activities in the area. Students learnt about what prosperity and “the good life” means to different people, and what are people’s aspirations for the future. Students were able to articulate what prosperity means to them, and what they need in order to feel prosperous.

31 Oct 2015

POLICE VISIT – 20th OCTOBER 2015

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POLICE VISIT – 20th OCTOBER 2015

As part of Being a good Citizen week we had the local police visit the school. Students spent the morning listening t a presentation about the role of the police, keeping safe, obeying laws and encouraging positive attitudes and behaviour.

We plan to have many more events in order to ensure that we work together with our local police to ensure a safer neighbourhood.

31 Oct 2015

Yr 7 PASTORAL MORNING -25th SEPTEMBER 2015

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Yr 7 PASTORAL MORNING -25th SEPTEMBER 2015

Parents of New Year 7 parents were invited to a Pastoral morning on Friday, 25th September 2015.

Parents had an opportunity to meet and hear from Yr 7 subject teachers they were then afforded the opportunity to speak with form teachers about pastoral matters and find out how their daughters were settling into secondary school.

31 Oct 2015

FGM AWARENESS ASSEMBLY

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FGM AWARENESS ASSEMBLY

The school held a special assembly to inform student about FGM (Female Genital Mutilation). Students were reminded about the importance of being safe and being aware. The assembly was followed with form class discussions by teachers who shared additional information and helped raise awareness. Information leaflets have been posted around the school.





Notice

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.

You can contact the school at girls.school@azharacademy.org should the need arise.