Madani Girls' School is appealing to help build an annex building. The need of pupils and community have grown and to meet this we are expanding to add a sport centre, community hall and women facilities.
Madani Girls' School is appealing to help rebuild its ICT lab. Computing has more and more become an integral part of our life and it is now a core skill every young learner must know. The school is investing in our young girls in order to ensure that our young Muslim girls are fully equipped for the world the world outside.
The computer lab will provide a state of the art center where students can meet there full potential.
During the Spring term Year 9 and Year 8 students visited The Imperial War Museum to expand their knowledge of the happenings of WW1 for their English lessons. They learnt about the history of WW1 and had an insight on how people in this period of time were impacted by the war. One of our teachers that have helped take care of our students, Miss Thasnim (Quran Department) said: “I found it interesting when we found out about the lifestyles of this from the WW1 period..
World Book day took place on the 3rd March 2016. Madani celebrated the event on the 9th March 2016. Each classroom had been given a chosen topic to decorate their classrooms according to a themed genre of literature. This was a great whole school event which really does inspire book reading even more!
Healthy eating is important for your body and mind; it will affect how you feel and your mood. Good nutrition is an important part of having a healthy lifestyle.
On the 13th of April, Year 9’s and a few Year 10’s visited St Pauls Cathedral. This trip was for Ms Nasima’s students to learn a lot more about the Christian faith. Throughout the trip the students had made many discoveries and learnt many facts about the Christian religion. There were many artefacts and intricate designs that were amazing. Many of the students had said that the best part of the trip was climbing 1,000 steps of the Cathedral dome! The students had learnt much from this experience.
Our pupils were encourged to look at different disabilities and how scoiety treats disability.
Our guest speaker, Ms Zamzam Hassan who suffers from Cerebral Palsy led an asssembly for our students. She discussed her diagnosis, her treatments, surgeries and life with Cerebral Palsy.
Students were touched by her determination and positive attitude. Students stated that the assembly enlightened them and made them view disability differenctly.
MGS are supporting Muslim Aid’s ‘Warm Hearts Winter Campaign’ by collecting food items for the poor and needy. Students are competing with each form class to see which class can collect the most. Insha’Allah items will be collected by Muslim Aid after the holidays and winning class will be announced. Good luck everyone! May the best form class win!
Year 9s have been focusing on natural hazards this term such as—volcanoes and earthquakes. We decided to create our own mini exploding volcanic structures. We tested using mentos with coke and baking soda with vinegar; we found that the latter gave the best results! The Y9s produced creative models with the surviving volcanoes displayed in their classroom. .