On November 29th, 2022 our grade 4 to 8 students hosted the first annual bake sale of the year. Bake sales are a creative way for students to feel part of the school community and also practice their financial literacy skills in real life. Check out pictures from our first event below:
This month our club theme for grades 4 to 8 was debates. In a world where communication skills are key, debating is a more formal way of communicating. It allows students to build confidence and self-esteem and develops critical thinking and reasoning skills. When students can speak publicly and convey their ideas and thoughts clearly, they possess a valuable tool that can aid them in their public, private and future lives. On November 25th, 2022, we hosted our second annual debate competition at the school. Some of the topics that were debated were: Should schools be gender segregated? Should Muslims
Instructor: Sr. Huda Abidi Date: Saturday, October 29th, 2022 Time: 11 AM EST Online – Live participation on Zoom (all parents will be emailed the Zoom details). This webinar is for Al Haadi School parents only and attendance is mandatory. For more information email firstname.lastname@example.org In this webinar, we will be going over the importance of nutrition which is a critical part of a child’s overall health and development. Healthy children learn better and those with adequate nutrition are more productive and can create opportunities for themselves. Some of the areas we will discuss are: • Nutrition as a well-rounded
On Friday October 14th, 2022 Al Haadi School commemorated the birth anniversary of the Holy Prophet (p) and Imam Sadiq (a). The entire day different grades worked on various activities pertaining to the life of the Prophet (p) and Islamic Heritage month.
One of the key changes we have brought at Al Haadi School over the year is parent engagement. As our valued parents, many of you have already witnessed changes in our communication policies and channels. In line with this mission, Al Haadi School organized its first ever families breakfast event on Friday, October 7th.
In this webinar, we will look at some of the effects of media on the development of the brain and behaviour. Why is constant entertainment for your child not necessary? Is boredom always bad for your child? What can parents do to fight boredom? There will be an opportunity for Q & A after the brief talk.
This course offers a brief overview of discussions pertaining to Islamic theology and identity that concern Muslim educators teaching in Islamic schools. Lessons will focus on outlining both theoretical principles related to Islamic epistemology and modes of reasoning, key theological concepts, as well as ethical and practical implications of these beliefs in a classroom setting.
Some pictures from the first week of the new school year.