Welcome to Al-Noor Voluntary Aided Primary School! Our school is a two form entry, co-gender, Muslim faith school which opened its doors to its first pupils on Tuesday 4th September 2018.
Al-Noor held it's first ever conker competition!
Welcome back to all our pupils!
Starting a new term!
Lunar eclipse and Salatul Khusoof
Years 3 to 6 were a part of this unique event to pray salatul Khusoof at 11.30am on last week, led by Hafidh Ubaidullah who recited heart touching ayahs from the Qur'an. The prophet (ﷺ) would engage in worship during such times and we did the same! Ms Butt then gave the children a qui...
Eid-ul Fitr Mubarak!
Welcome back to all our pupils and staff! Taqaballahu minna wa minkum, meaning “May Allah accept [good deeds] from you and us” or “May Allah accept [this worship] from you and us”.
Ramadhan Mubarak 2021
At the start of this blessed month we extend a very heart-felt, joyous Ramadhan mubarak to you all!
Computing in Year One
Computing in Year 1 this week!
British Science Week!
In year 1, the children investigated which biscuit is the best to dunk in their tea! We used a jug of warm water (as our tea) and 3 different types of biscuits – Digestive, Jammie Dodger and Nice. We worked in our groups and took turns to dunk each biscuit in the warm water until it had...
Science Experiments in Year 3 Cranberry Class
We love Science in Year 3 Cranberry Class. We did experiments in our Science topic of Light and Shadow. Read about our investigations below
Science Investigations in Year 3 Cranberry Class
We love Science in Year 3 Cranberry Class. Read about our investigations in our topic of Rocks, Fossils and Soils
Victorian fossil hunter visits Year 3 Cranberry Class !
In a visit from Victorian fossil hunter Mary Anning, Year 3 dug up their own fossils. Read what Year 3 Cranberry class thought about the visit, below.
Cultural Heritage week !
During Cultural heritage week, Fig tree class learnt about the Comoros Island. We made posters at home. We invited a year two pupil, who is from the Comoros Island, to our class to ask questions about the Comoros Island. We made a flag and prepared a presentation and a nasheed for the assembly...
Fantastic 3D shapes!
In maths this week year one are exploring different 3 D shapes and looking at their features. The children enjoyed making models of 3D shapes out of play dough and wooden sticks. Why don't you have a look at our amazing shapes we made?
It's Glow day!
As part of glow week the children were encouraged to be safe on the roads and pavements during the shorter days. We all had lots of fun coming into school in our glowing outfits!
Drop down day fun!
We went to the park to discover the different birds in our local area. We saw some ducks, pigeons, gulls, geese and even herons. We then came back to school and sat around a campfire eating marshmallows and drinking hot chocolate. We told stories and sang nasheeds. We listened to the story of 'T...
Drop Down Day 2!
“Mistakes can be forgiven, if you have the courage to admit them”