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At Hujjat Primary School, creating an atmosphere for spiritual growth is at the centre of all teaching. The children are encouraged to pray, reflect, contemplate and make links with daily life and religion each day, showcasing our school values: compassion, respect, excellence, integrity, gratitude and service.
Prayer plays an important part in the life of the school. The classroom environments promote prayer and reflection by including a prayer focus with Islamic artefacts and symbols. These are used for daily worship. In all classroom environments, time is set aside at various parts of the day for communicating with Allah. Whole school prayers are taught throughout the year groups and our staff members lead worship and prayer for all year groups.
The whole school spend around 10-15 minutes a day in prayer or worship. This is done through collective worship and assemblies or services led by our faith advisor and scholars. Throughout the year we celebrate key Islamic events such as: Ramadan, Eid Ul Fitr and Eid Ul Adha.
Each class is given the opportunity to deliver an assembly centred around a key event in their learning and/ or the Islamic calendar and our values. Parents are encouraged to attend and participate in class assemblies.
The school liaises with our local Islamic Madrassahs and Mosques to enhance and enrich the faith elements of our school and provide unique opportunities for our children to nurture their spirituality.
Collective Worship is part of our school day. Parents and carers are encouraged to reiterate our school prayers with children during weekends and school holidays.
In His Name, the Most High
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