Insh'allah Sheikh Muhammad Abbas Panju, the resident A'alim will be at SIM this Sunday, 14th May, 2017 as an initiative to having his presence regularly at the Madressa. The following sessions have been booked:
10:50AM - 11:40AM - Led by ladies Belief & Actions Department - open for all teachers to join.
12:15PM - 1:00PM - Led by gents Morals, Ethics & History Department - open for all teachers to join.
The sessions will take place in the Classroom next to the sports Hall. Gents are urged to be mindful in their coming and going from the classroom in the afternoon as Ladies Yoga will be taking place in the Sports Hall.
In addition, Sheikh will be available in between the sessions and will also be leading the prayers for one of the boys classes at the end.
14th May, 2017
Imam-e-Zamana Day Celebrations
On Sunday 14th May, 2017 the S I Madressa will celebrate the birth of our Living Imam (atfs) and will have a party during break time.
Teachers are requested to bring in Crisps, Cakes and Popcorn for all Classes 1-10. HoDs and Coordinators will be bringing food for the teachers.
Party food for children will be served in their respective breaks. HoDs and teachers are to overlook the serving of the food to the students.
Food for teachers will be served in the staff room during their break times.
Teachers and Coordinators are responsible to make sure that no food is eaten in classroom and in the Playground. We must leave the classrooms and playground immaculately clean.
21st May 2017 - Bullying Awareness Week
On Sunday 21st May 2017, we would like all MEH staff in all classes to impart a minimum of a 15 minute lesson on bullying type behaviours as outlined below.
Alongside the many examples of exemplary behaviour exhibited by our students on a weekly basis, from time to time we have also witnessed the following behaviour from our students which requires our attention:
Racial / Ethnic abuse
Exclusion from group activity
The Madressa operates a zero tolerance approach on bullying, but furthermore our faith invites us to unite and to resist actions that will divide us – see appendix 1, 2 & 3 for a selection of verses from the Quran supporting the Madressa’s vision for a strong, cohesive and united community.
The lesson should encompass:
the nature of a bully
the perspective of the victim
the importance of the bystander
This does not need to be extensive at this stage as we are only looking to introduce and inform our students that we want them to be conscious of the impact this behaviour has on themselves and others. Resources, including a PowerPoint that you can show, along with an extensive guideline, are available for you here.
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