World Religion Day is a day that is celebrated world wide in January every year. This year a religion was chosen and each class did research. The religions chosen were those that was not part of the top three most popular religions practised today. Rather students explored other religions and found similarties between our faiths and there's - this consequently ensured mutual respect and understadning of those in out society.
This term there were some very important workshops that took place. An anti– bullying workshop was organised for the current year 7 students, in which we had a guest speaker come and enlighten the pupils of the different types of bullying and how to overcome it.
By Jamila Bihi 9S
On the 7th of December, the Year 11s went to a Careers event at the excel centre and were able to see the amazing stalls and fields they could possibly go in to in the future.
They were able to interact with the people that were promoting their professions and were also able to take part in certain activities revolving around these professions.
All students had great fun and really enjoyed the event, Many found it beneficial and say it has really helped them choose their future prospects. We wish them all success inshallah.
As part of our 'ready for winter campaign' some students were selected to visit a local care home - Hawthorn Green Residential home. The students were selected on the basis of academic progress and outstanding behaviour. We brought them some gifts upon our arrival which they appreciated. The students spent time with the residents, shared stories with them and received some great advice from them. They helped them make some paper chains and the residents had lovely things to say about the pupils.
Below are the feedback we received from the care home manager:
World Sight Day (WSD) is an annual day of awareness held on the second Thursday of October, to focus global attention on blindness and vision impairment. World Sight Day 2016 is on 13 October 2016. On World Sight Day, IAPB members work together to: Raise public awareness of blindness & vision impairment as major international public health issues Influence Governments/Ministers of Health participate in and designate funds for national blindness prevention programmes . They also educate target audiences about blindness prevention,
Bukhari Jalsa 2016
Our Fifth Khatam Bukhari Jalsah took place on 24th September 2016. Alhamdulillah 7 students graduated this year, with the final lesson being delivered by our esteemed honourable Sheikh Saleem Dhorat hafizahullah. The gathering was inspirational for all who attended, with many valuable lessons and advice shared. We pray that Allah swt accepts the students efforts in seeking Knowledge and he makes them beacons of light for the ummah. Aameen
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!