• Every month there should a whole madrasah assembly
• Touched on previously that classes could merge together, maybe older class could get to know the younger class and help them with memorisation and Qaida
• Fun trips which could include going to a theme park, Southend, paintballing etc. Potentially could take place at the end of the madrasah year?
• More debate and discussion like lessons … NO MORE BREXIT
• A variety of different projects like dragons’ den which was done previously. And competitions which could include a prize thus motivating students. When? During Islamic studies sessions maybe relating to what the students are learning
• Older class would like the chance to go offsite for lunch. Maybe a teacher could accompany them?
• Tuck shop at break and lunch which could include chicken and chips (also mentioned by Saturday Shura members).
Last 5 suggestions given by Isra and her class Evelyn Cobbold
• At lunch on the football pitch, younger children such as Piri Reis should be allowed to play with the older class.
• Camping trip at the end of the year which is open to all students and parents
• Ramadanathon which takes place every year
FEC Student Shura
We will soon be trialling a dynamic student shura (council). The idea behind this is to get students involved in the decision making, progress, reforms and overall changes in their madrasah. Following is a brief summary of the structure of the student shura (SS):