Over this half term holiday, we will be holding a special show and tell session: FE-Pets Meet
This is a super opportunity for the children to get excited and showcase their pets in turn and enjoy their friend’s pets too, whilst making reference to it in an Islamic context.
You can perhaps link it to the Prophet’s (PBUH) cat 🐱, or the birds 🐦 or Spider 🕸️🕷️that protected him whilst in Cave Thawr. You may even consider relating the Sunnah of horse riding with your pet - especially if you have a pet horse.
If you have a fish 🐠 to share, how about telling us what you learnt about Prophet Yunus (AS) and the whale 🐳 or maybe Prophet Sulayman (AS) and the ant 🐜. You may have sheep 🐑 or goats 🐐 and want to reflect on the early life of our Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) as a shepherd.
Be creative and reflective!
Are you a family of beekeepers? 🐝 You may have a picture to share in your special outfit. Don’t forget to tell us about how the work of bees 🐝is mentioned in the Qur'an 📖.
Become explorers and excite us with your pet stories!!!
If your child would like to join and has no pets, you can sign up to being a non-participating observer and you will receive a private YouTube link to view the Pet Meet
When: Wednesday 17th February 2021
Time: 4-5pm (try and login 5 minutes before)
Where: Zoom (but you must sign up via Eventbrite and you will receive all the required links)
Who can participate: You must be a current student at Fatima Elizabeth Phrontistery
What you need to do:
☆ Register on Eventbrite and you will receive a Zoom link in a further email (be sure to check your emails and save the link
☆ Bring your pet to the session (or a photo or video to share if it's a large animal)
☆ If your child would like to join and has no pets, you can sign up to being a non-participating observer and you will receive a private YouTube link to view the Pet Meet
Wa alaykum assalam
Book your ticket (Limited Places Available) -FREE
Here are some ideas to get you thinking for FEPets Day.
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