Our Work

Fantastic understanding of the seasons from Tamanna 30/06/20

Great sentences from Zayan 30/06/20

Tree silhouettes from Enayah 26/06/20

Fantastic Science from Halimah 26/06/20

Day and night:
The Earth rotates around the sun on an axis which means half of the Earth receives sunlight and as the half rotates it slowly moves away from the sun and that half darkens until we are not facing the sun anymore.
This is nighttime. The same cycle with other half of the earth.

Challenges: The Earth is on an axis which causes the northern hemisphere to lean towards the Sun. this means more daylight for the uk and more heat when the rays are directed at the Earth at a 90 degrees angle

Antarctica: For 6 months it has daylight fro 24 hrs and the last 6 months there are 24 hrs of darkness.this is because the Earth is tilted and Antarctica is at the bottom of Earth so for half the year it leans away from the Sun and the other half it leans towards the Sun.
Kenya: The daylight hrs are very similar all year round. This is because Kenya is near the equator which is the middle of the earth.

Reminder about home learning 25/06/20

While many of you are enjoying the wonderful summer weather, remember that you can also share other home learning activities you have done that do not directly linked to the homework blog task.
Here is an example of one completed from a maths workbook.

By Rameen

Science 23/06/20

Saafiya is part of the ‘Stars’ group learning in school. We have been doing some work on plants, today she recapped her learning on photosynthesis.

Art 22/6/20

Good use of pencil shading and mark making from Amaar to explore tone and texture.

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Art 22/6/20

Zayan has been exploring texture through his sketches of plants.

Art 22/6/20

Sanjida has been getting creative! She has made a poster to say ‘Thank you’ for the wonderful work of the NHS staff, and made decorative jewellery.

Art 19/06/2020

An observational drawing as part of this week’s art task.
Good use of shading and shadows.

By Ahsan

Computing – How to search information online 18/06/20

What steps do you take to stay safe online?
How do you know if something is trustworthy?
Here are a few helpful reminders.

By Yahya

Street Child comprehension 17/06/20

Excellent work from Yahya based on the text ‘Street Child’. Have you all caught up with Chapter 1 and 2? Chapter 3 will go up next week.

Painting using a range of techniques 17/06/20

Look at these incredible paintings by Taybah. She used a range of drawing and painting techniques. I can really see the texture of the blossom, and the choice of colours are bold and bright. Fantastic work.

What a beautiful, vivid, purple sky at dusk, seen from the perspective of a cave. Very creative Taybah!

Learning a new skill 16/06/2020

After 3 months of staying at home because of lockdown I decided to go around the neighbourhood today.
From Azrin.

Being in lockdown has not been all bad.
With a lot of practice I have learnt how to ride a bike finally! 

From Mikail

Staying Safe online 11/06/2020

A reminder to stay safe when online using SMART.

Amaar
By Yahya

History Chronology

Very thorough research from Ashan, thinking about the chronological order of time periods taught over the course of his school life. Answers will be on the blog next week.

Exploring word families.

Great sentence work from Adiba.

Diary Entry of Jim Jarvis based on the text Street Child

A fantastic diary entry from Yahya. He has really considered the inner feelings of the character and used some vivid vocabulary – well done!

The joy of poetry 08/06/2020

See if you lose yourself in these words.

By Tamanna

What is lighter than the breeze
And taller than the trees
What Is taller than a building
And longer higher than the ceiling
It is across the world
And bolder than a shoulder

As rain falls
A hall then was filled with busted balls
They are white but sometimes grey
A whole farm Is filled with hay
Its high in the sky
Its sometimes thicker than a tie
This thing makes a sound

It’s a cloud

5/6/20 New Bike Skills from Zayan

Congratulations to Zayan, who has mastered riding his bike! You must have really worked on your balance to achieve this. Cycling is a great form of exercise too. Well done!

Maths work – conversions 05/06/2020

Many of you have been completing your maths learning on the blog. Here is an example of the task on metric and imperial units. Well done Yahya!

Task 1

Task 2

The Black Hole – narrative (P4C task) 04/06/2020

Ever wondered what would happen if you could enter the black hole, just like the man at the photocopier. Here is Amaar’s version of the story

One day, there was a man who was probably working on an eerie night, but suddenly the printer printed a black circle He was wondering why that happened, he then drank some water and was left was an empty cup. The man put his cup on the piece of paper and then realised it was a black hole on paper.

He picked the cup up and was surprised with shock. He use the black hole paper for thing like to open lock doors and to get free stuff from the vending machine. He then used it to get a chocolate from the vending machine and then looked at the locked door that he never looked in before and opened it.

After that, he found a safe and was wondering what was in it, so he taped the black hole on top and reached his hand as far as possible and felt something. He took his hand out and saw so much money so he wanted to take all of it and didn’t notice he was being so greedy and went inside to make sure he has all of it but them got what he deserves.

The tape was coming off and the black hole fell and he was stuck until someone could realise. The man was going to steel all the money for himself on the other hand got what he deserved.

Khulgen investigated word families for the spelling task

Here are just some of the word families that Khulgen identified for his spelling task. Khulgen identified that some words can be both a noun and a verb, or both a noun and an adjective depending on the meaning they have and how they are used in the sentence. Great work!

Khulgen’s half term homework

Well done Khulgen for working so hard on the printed homework pack for half term – fantastic to see your dedication to your learning. There was no expectation to send your answers in but we enjoyed looking through the work you’ve done.

If your Mum or Dad collected the homework pack from school but you didn’t manage to finish it, don’t worry! You can keep working through at home alongside the other tasks.

Khulgen’s Maths

Great Maths work Khulgen! Clear and accurate presentation, learning about imperial and metric units of measure. I wonder what your height is in imperial measurements and metric?

Young Coney’s News Network 01/06/20

Some fantastic reporting from future journalists about the Covid-19 pandemic, including some coverage of the brilliant work being done by the charity ‘Aishah Help’, as explained by Mikayeel from LeWitt and Iqra in Warhol class.

Art work to admire 27/05/20

A ‘leWitt or ‘Van Gogh’ artist in the making …

Full moon in cliff side.
Using acrylic and oil pastels. Azrin.
Full moon in waterfall

Happy Eid-ul-Fitr! 25/05/20

Azrin
Message from Taybah:
Eid Ul Fitr is a traditional celebration for the Muslim community. We greet each other with cards and presents. However we can’t do this now due to the corona virus. I wish everyone Eid Mubarak. Stay home stay safe.

I blended red, yellow and orange to make a sunset. I then sketched a mosque with a blue pencil and used shadowing effect to make it realistic.

Maths 22/05/20

Some creative ways to show your maths learning.

Amaar
Khulgen

Ramadan and fasting 21/05/20

It is almost the end of the month of Ramadan. Well done to all our pupils who made a commitment to fast and to remember those who are less fortunate.

Iftar time at Azrin’s home

Persuasive Letter to London Zoo 20/05/20

Thank you Amaar for your letter about the possibility of animals being released back into the wild (English Task).

Dear Zoo,

I am writing to you to let you know that animals would have a much better life in the wild because that is their natural habitat and they will surely have way more space.

My point is that captive breeding is not always effective, Zoos do not provide natural habitats, and that zoos put unessecerally stress on animals. Some studies have shown that reintroduced animals have highly mortality hates because they are poorly adapted and the needed to survive in the wild.

Even a lifetime in the most human zoo will have left animals too affected by years of sheltered existence. Captive animals seldom lean crucial survival skills and often are too habituated to human contact. Lacking a natural fear of humans, they are venerable to poachers and ill equipped for life in the wild.

Most people like vegetarians care for the animals and take care for them and want animals to be safe and happy.

Most animals confined that the zoo is dangerous and should be released into the wild to not get into danger such as fighting. In fact it would be better with the animals free because the animals will eventually feel comfortable in their natural habitat and will be happy.

You’re sincerely,
Amaar Ali

Why we are learning from home 19/05/20

A reminder from Jannatul that us staying at home is helping the NHS.

Zayan’s persuasive letter 18/05/20

Thank you Zayan for your response to this week’s English task. Great use of the success criteria to write a convincing persuasive letter.

Research about the past – WW1

Have a read of Amaar’s research about the Great War.

World War I

World War I (WWI) also known as the First World War, was a global war centred in Europe that began on 28th July 1914 and lasted until 11th November 1918. The war lasted exactly 4 years 3 months and 14 days. Before World War II began in 1939, World War I was called the Great War, The World War or the end of all Wars. 135 countries took part in the World War I, and more than 15 million people died.

World War I was a military conflict lasting from 1914 to 1918 which involved nearly all the biggest powers of the world. It involved 2 opposing alliances – the Allies and the central powers. The country of the Allies included Russia, France, British Empire, Italy, United States, Japan, Romania, Serbia, Belgium, Greece, Portugal, and Montenegro. The countries of the central powers included in Germany, Austria – Hungary, Turkey and Bulgaria.

 Fun Facts

Did you know that World War I triggered on June 28th 1914. It ended in 11th November 1918. By the assassination of the Archduke Franz Ferdinand of Austria and his pregnant wife Sophia. Archduke Franz Ferdinand of Austria his nephew of Empire Franz Josef and heir to the throne of Austria and Hungary. The assassination was planned by a Serbian tourists group, called the Black Hand and the man who shot Franz Ferdinand and his wife was a Bosnian revolutionary called Gavrilo princip.

Supporting families in Tower Hamlets

Mikayeel has been supporting his mum and dad with their charity Aishah help, delivering food parcels to vulnerable adults and families in Tower Hamlets. Together with his sisters Iqra (Warhol) and Aishah (Matisse) he has been working extremely hard, ensuring he is following all the guidelines to stay safe. Your passion for helping others is inspiring and we’re all very impressed and proud of what you have been doing!

What happened to the survivors of the Titanic? 12 May 2020

Read this interesting account of Margaret Brown from that fateful journey of April 1912.

Written by Ayah

VE Day diary by Mika’il 7th May 2020

Thank you for your thoughtful response to this week’s writing task Mika’il, and for sharing it with everyone on the zoom call today too!

Indian dessert from scratch! 6th May 2020

Watch and marvel at Ahsan’s culinary skills in the kitchen. These are called Rasgullah.

Do you have a sweet tooth? Are you thinking about Ambala Sweets? … Just give Ahsan a call!

The Virus Bugle: news just in! – 29th April 2020

More news coverage of the (future) discovery of a vaccine for Covid-19! I like the way you have practised your computing skills as well as recapping how to write a newspaper Zayan. Great use of a catchy headline.

Zayan’s poster for the NHS – 28th April 2020

Thank you Zayan for sending us photos of the beautiful poster you made to support the NHS members for their hard work. 

Jiyaad’s newspaper report – 28th April 2020

I like the way you have researched facts and locations to do with Covid-19 to include in your report. Fingers crossed the scientists find a vaccine soon…

Ramadan Mubarak

Ramadan Mubarak to all Muslims in our TBP family.

Art work produced using oil pastels and Acrylic paints.

Habiba’s newspaper report – 27th April 2020

Great to see you thinking about the 5Ws and including some reported speech Habiba!

Art work by Azrin

Thank you Azrin for your lovely posters which include supporting our key workers and our amazing NHS staff.

Significant buildings

Have a read of Azrin’s report about an important UK landmark, the British Museum.

Read all about it! Ahsan’s newspaper report 23rd April 2020

Thanks for sending in your newspaper report for the English task this week Ahsan. Looking forward to seeing everyone else’s contributions too!

Let’s hope it’s not actually 10 years of social distancing and isolation…

Ahsan’s model of the Burj Khalifa 21st April 2020

Check out Ahsan’s amazing model of the Burj Khalifa! Keep up the hard work Ahsan, thank you for sharing this with everyone.

Zayan’s baking 16th April 2020

Zayan has been busy doing lots of fun and creative things. This week Zayan baked a sponge cake, and wanted to share it with his teachers and friends. If only we could taste it!

Enayah (LeWitt) – a response to our P4C question: Is money a good or bad thing? 9th April 2020

Mika’il – roving reporter, 8th April 2020

Mika’il has been practising his journalism skills, producing a newspaper report and a video news report about the career of football superstar Ronaldo.

Zayan working hard – mind AND body! 2nd April 2020

Great to see you having a go at the online tasks as well as keeping your body active!

Mika’Il’s contributions 2nd April 2020

Mika’Il has been doing lots of work at home. That Tiramasu looks DELICIOUS!

Science task 1st April 2020

Thank you Ahsan for submitting this response to this week’s science task!

Rahima’s writing 31st March 2020

Rahima sent us this piece of persuasive writing in response to one of the tasks from the PiXL pack.

Let’s hope Mrs Flanagan listens and we can plan lots of exciting trips for when we’re back at school!

Ahsan’s work 26th – 31st March 2020

Ahsan is continuing to set a great example to the rest of the year group with his engagement with online tasks and more creative activities. Thanks Ahsan, keep it up!

Home made flowers 25th March 2020

Ahsan made some beautiful flowers at home to celebrate Mothers’ Day. We love how creative these are and they just look fantastic!

The Black Hole

One day, there was a man who was probably working on an eerie night, but suddenly the printer printed a black circle He was wondering why that happened, he then drank some water and was left was an empty cup. The man put his cup on the piece of paper and then realised it was a black hole on paper.

He picked the cup up and was surprised with shock. He use the black hole paper for thing like to open lock doors and to get free stuff from the vending machine. He then used it to get a chocolate from the vending machine and then looked at the locked door that he never looked in before and opened it.

After that, he found a safe and was wondering what was in it, so he taped the black hole on top and reached his hand as far as possible and felt something. He took his hand out and saw so much money so he wanted to take all of it and didn’t notice he was being so greedy and went inside to make sure he has all of it but them got what he deserves.

The tape was coming off and the black hole fell and he was stuck until someone could realise. The man was going to steel all the money for himself on the other hand got what he deserved.

By Amaar