Message from our Car Park Volunteers - IMPORTANT
Our car park volunteers have requested all drivers to take note of the following intructions and your co-operation is appreciated:
1) Please do not use the temple entrance to turn your car – please turn your car by driving through the Aspire centre
2) Please follow all instructions from the car park volunteers as they are constantly judging and reacting to changes in traffic flows
3) Try and arrive at the centre from the Brockley Hill side so that you are turning left into the centre as this reduces congestions and also makes it easier to use the arches
For both sites
4) Please arrive early to avoid congestion
5) This Sunday parents with children both at Kenmore Park School and Stanmore will receive a Badge which is to be collected when picking up children at Kenmore Park School. For drivers eligible to use the arches in all future weeks, this badge must be displayed prominently on the passenger side windscreen else volunteers will direct all cars into the car park.
Class 1-4 Parents/Guardian Drop-Off
From this Sunday onwards parents/guardians are requested to accompany and drop their children off at the school door at Kenmore – children are not to be dropped off unaccompanied. Madressa volunteers in red jackets will receive them, and will then proceed to lead them to the main hall. If parents/guardians feel that their child is not settled please do come in with your child and assist in settling them down as quickly as possible so that the lesson can begin on time. Class 1 children are to be dropped off and picked up using the back entrance of the classroom facing the playground.
Interim update on SIM Syria Appeal £1 Collection
The Madressa, on behalf of the World Federation of KSIMC, would like to thank all parents/guardians, students and volunteers for their generosity at last weeks £1 collection for the Syrian Refugee Appeal. So far, the collection at Stanmore alone has amounted to over £750 and with the collection from Kenmore yet to be counted we can reasonably speculate that we have exceeded our £1,000 target. We will provide a further update once the final count has been undertaken..
MCE Pilot Assessment Sunday 2nd March 2014 – Parent Survey
Later this term the Madressa will be hosting a team of assessors who will be coming to evaluate the Madressa on behalf of the World Federation Madrasah Centre of Excellence initiative. In advance of this assessment, a short anonymous questionnaire has been provided by the MCE team for all parents to complete at their earliest convenience, and by Sunday 16th February at the latest. A copy of the questionnaire is attached here which once completed can be handed into the Madressa office or alternatively scanned and emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
External Message: Stanmore Jafferys Girls Social
Girls themed social are back! This February we have a Mexican Fiesta taking place on the 7th February 2014! The night, from 8-11pm, will include Mexican activities, such as making your own maracas, and Mexican snacks! All girls are welcome between the ages of 9 and 16. It promises to be a fun night so don't miss out! Entry will be £2. Looking forward to seeing all the young girls there. For more information, please contact me on email@example.com. Click here for poster.
External Message: CoEJ Easter Revision Course 2014
The Easter Revision Courses aim to improve a student’s examination style and technique, while highlighting key concepts in the curriculum; all provided for in an Islamic environment. Coming to the CoEJ Easter Revision Course could make the difference between getting a A or an A*; or securing a place at your first choice university rather than your second choice.
If you are worried about your Year 11 GCSE, AS or A2 examinations this summer, then these courses are for you. We offer many Subjects for all courses, with no restrictions on combinations or examination boards. GCSE students are offered a core package consisting of Biology, Chemistry, English, Mathematics and Physics; while A Level students have a choice of taught classes in Biology, Chemistry, Economics, Mathematics, Physics and Psychology with informal help available in many other subject areas.
GCSE students pay only £400 for all five subjects, while A Level students pay £350 + £50 per subject!. See Dates & Fees for further details. This year, the course will be held on Sunday 6 - Friday 11 April 2014, at Malvern St James, an independent boarding and day school located in Great Malvern. This school boasts state of the art teaching and recreational facilities which will help students concentrate during the day and unwind at night. Transport will be provided by CoEJ from London and Birmingham. Click here for poster.