Assalamu Alaykum Parents 🙂
MashaAllah children have had a very productive week full of role-playing and learning!
Carrying on from our theme of “Doctors who help us”, we looked at Opticians and Dentists this week. As the children called them, “doctors of the eyes and doctors of the teeth”!
Let me take you through our week…
This week in Circle time, we had some intense discussions.
We spoke about Why it is important to help people, How Allah rewards us if we help others, Being kind to one another is a form of helping and Teachers are here in school to help you learn about right and wrong etc.
We also spoke about the importance of brushing your teeth and flossing. We followed it with a video on brushing your teeth.
We made it a priority during circle time, to emphasise on the importance of keeping clean and washing our hands. Especially after we have sneezed or coughed.
We watched videos of children visiting Opticians and Dentist, to gain a visual understanding of how they help us too.
In Islamic studies this week, along with our previous Duas and Surahs, we have been practising Surah Asr:
Please do practice this Surah at home with the children to help with their memorisation.
World Book Day!
Please remember to submit your entries by MIDNIGHT ON MONDAY (9th March). The Ustadhas will need the week to go through all entries and be able to release the details of the winner subsequently.
Please label your child’s valuables
Please can you label your child’s valuable items (bottle, lunchbox, hats, jacket etc). This is because recently valuables are getting mixed up and many children are bringing in similar items to their peers too. Thank you.
Suffah is a Nut-Free school.
Please remember Suffah primary and Early years is a NUT FREE school therefore any items containing Nuts will not be allowed. Please be VERY careful about what your child brings in for snack as we have children with Nut allergies in the school.
Unhealthy snack items
Please also remember we do NOT allow unhealthy snacks; for example, any chocolate items, juices and crisps etc. Please help us teach your children healthy eating concepts.
For further information on healthy snacks for children, please visit https://www.nhs.uk/change4life/food-facts/healthier-snacks-for-kids
The Nursery Team!