Volcanoes!!

By Natasha Khan on Sunday, November 5, 2017 in News, year 3. 5 Comments


This term we are learning about volcanoes through our topic Tremors. Have a look at the videos below to learn some facts about volcanoes and the Ring of Fire!! You can also visit the National Geographic kids website to learn some fun, explosive facts about volcanoes. Can you name some famous volcanoes?

Roman Day!

By Afizia Ali on Monday, October 23, 2017 in blog, Class 4L, Events, News, Year 4 .... Attention. 7 Comments


Year 4 have been learning about the history of the Romans. As part of their studies, they had a very special visitor – A ‘real-life’ Roman centurion came to Al-Furqan to teach us more about Roman life, show us some artefacts and weapons, teach us about how Romans live and whip us into shape by […]

OFF WITH HIS HEAD !!!

By Dede Pourahmadi on Thursday, May 18, 2017 in News. 9 Comments


On Wednesday 17th of May 2017, which was a dark and dull day, 5M set off at around 8.45 from Al-Furqan Primary School to visit Bosworth Battlefield. We visited the centre to enhance our new acquired knowledge of Tudors. There were many activities we enjoyed taking part in , such as  being history detectives, exploring the exhibition […]

Ancient Greek artefacts

By Shamina Chaudhry on Wednesday, November 23, 2016 in News, year 3. 1 Comment


As part of their Ancient Greek topic, the Year Three’s were asked to make a Greek artefact and bring it into school.  Wow! What a great response.  We have had so many artefacts, see the pictures below.  Well done to all the children who worked hard at home to make these and well done to […]

ANCIENT EGYPTIANS DAY

By Dede Pourahmadi on Sunday, November 6, 2016 in News. 6 Comments


On Thursday 3rd November,  Year 5 pupils spent the day as Ancient Egyptians! They came to school in fantastic costumes and spent the day doing lots of different activities. By completing the re-enactment of the opening of the tomb, pupils experienced a sense of awe and wonder at finding many  undiscovered ancient artifacts. They were […]