Monthly Archives: March 2018

Spelling Bee and Times Table Champions

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Today we had a wonderful end of term assembly.

Our Times Table champion was Muadh from Year 6 and for our Spelling Bee, the winner was Khayriyyah also from Year 6.

Well Done!


Blogged by: Zainab F

DDD4- Inspire Us Please!


Mr Ahmed came to our DDD4 to talk to us about his career, being a scientist. We were also stationed in the Al-Noor Foundation, The Board Room.


The challenge was to make tablets of the same lengths and depths being 1 cm in diameter and 0.5 in depth.



Mrs Sadia came during the second part of the session to tell us about her career. She actually had two careers; a Chartered Accountant and a Baker.


She set us an activity; decorating cupcakes. This is one of the girls groups.


The boys decorated this set. 


Blogged by Sumaya

Science Week- Year 6


This is a lego robot. It is designed to follow a remote. It is also made of wires.


Model of the Solar System



Usman designed a simple homopolar motor which contained a battery, some magnets and a piece of bronze wire.


This is a lava lamp made by Muadh.




This group was making marshmallow slime, they warmed up the marshmallows for 30 sec. After it cooled down they added oil to it and then it turned to slime which was very sticky.

Blogged by Aliza

World Book Day – Year 6

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We had World Book Day on the 9th of March. We had a wonderful time especially after the teachers gave a wonderful performance based on the story Charlie and the Chocolate Factory.

After that the teachers announced the winners. And from our class the winners were Fatima I and Kayan. They had made their own costumes, Fatima sewed some hearts on her beautiful black and red dress;she dressed up as Queen of hearts.  On the other hand, Kayan had made a Lego costume which was the most creative costume Al-Noor have ever set eyes on.


Blogged by Zainab F.


Reception at Chigwell Row for DDD4


Retelling our forest inspired stories in the den.















Preparing the campfire. 



Heading to the den building session.




Off to find our lodge.




Children eagerly listening to Ustadh deliver a story about Prophet Ibrahim and the building of the ka’bah.




A group of children present their story to the rest of the group.


Forest Art

Reception children create their own interpretation of Ephemeral Land Art inspired by British artist Andy Goldsworthy.


A person



A monster. Can you spot the eyes at the bottom?



A tree with roots.



An spider with 8 legs.

Den building



Children peg down the den using sticks



First stage



Second stage



Final product

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Serita Solomon visits Al-noor!!

On the 8.03.2018 Serita Solomon visited Al-noor, when she visited she encouraged pupils to exercise and be fit.She gave the children a chance to try different warm ups and other activities to test their strengths.After the warm ups she gave them a short autobiography of her life,career and the challenges she went through as an Olympic hurdler.Lastly she show them a medal she had attained at the Commonwealth games in 2014.She came home with a bronze medal which she presented to the children.DSCF1336IMG_0356[1]

Serita Solomon GB Hurdler

As part of the ‘Sports for Schools’ campaign, GB hurdler Serita Solomon visited Al-Noor this week.. Reception children participated in a fun fitness circuit, doing lots of different exercises.

We had a lot of fun!


Reception children practice how to do ‘leg drives’


Hall prepared for the fitness circuit


Showing the children how to do the ‘Spotty Dog’ exercise.

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GB athlete Serita Solomon