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Welcome to Queens Park Academy

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Star Writers

Every month a star writer will be chosen. Each teacher will choose the best piece of independent writing from their class. Miss Wilson will then judge which should be the star writer from the following criteria;

  • Handwriting and presentation
  • Punctuation
  • Spelling
  • Grammar and sentence structure
  • Use of text features 
  • Content

The star writer from each year group will receive a star writer pen and certificate.

They will also have their work displayed in the school and put here on the website. All children who are nominated will receive a letter from Miss Wilson.

Well done to the star writers of January

Nursery - Hifza Amin

Reception - Emaan Agha Germany

Year 1 - Haajrah Fatima Spain

Year 2 - Yunus Zaman Greece

Year 3 -  Umaiza Rana Switzerland

Year 4 - Saleh Ahmed Poland

Year 5 - Sara Torres Rehman Iceland

Year 6 - Bilal Rana Finland

 

100% Attendance - Spring Term

Individual children who get 100% attendance in a term get a prize and a certificate. Those children who manage to come in every day for a whole year get the chance to take their family out for a treat too.

Congratulations to those children who achieved 100% for the Spring term this year. Children were awarded with a badge and a certificate. Well done to all the children.

The winners are:-

Reception Year 1  Year 2 Year 3 Year 4 Year 5 Year 6 
Ammar Abbachi Mohammad Abdullah Ferishta Ahmadi Maryam Ackberi Khalid Ahmed Farzana Abdulsabar Fatema Ahmed
Emaan Agha Erfan Ahmadi Tyko Barker Farhan Ahmed Saleh Ahmed Louis Addy Phillips Usmaan Anwar
Aamina Ahmed Mehreen Ali Khadija Begum Ravia Ahmed Muntaha Asghar Bilal Ahmed Shahzadi Remy Barker
Easha Anwar Afifa Bibi Thasnim Begum Maryam Ahmed Arlo Barker Kayden Ash Hammad Hussain
Muskan Hussain Aaminah Irfan Sarah El Hassan Safa Ahmed Farjana Begum Fatima Begum Zahra Hussain
Ayaan Iqbal Inez Joshan Muskan Hamid Aayan Ali Sumaiya Begum Afshan Dowlat Zada Maryam Motmaen
Eliza Lauze Hafsah Piran Ditta Rida Hussain Muhammad Ali Aryan Hamid Mohammed El Hassan Zaid Rana
Amara Shah Alina Shahzadi Zainab Iqbal Zunaira Asghar Jasmeen Joshan Yousif El Hosry Fateema Safi
Radiyah Sultana David Tanase Malaika Khan Rameen Asif Rehan Khan Saif-Ul-Islam Kiani Alesha Tufail
Ionut Tanase Ajmal Zameer Aisha Khatib Abdulla Dowlat Zada Saniya Khan Mahnoor Piran Ditta
Zakariyya Yildiz Amelia Mahek Ruqayyah Fatimah Haleema Mahmood Saliha Sadath
Zarah Murtaza Armaan Ghazan Tawqir Mehmood Razaa Ul Mustafa
Michele Nneji Rayhan Hussain Rehan Omar
James Philips Ibrahim Iqbal Joshua Owusu Tabiri
Abeera Riaz Musa Khan Mohammad Shahzeb
Ola Rosiak Essah Mahmood Zahra Shenwari
Halid Utmanzai Abdul Moeed Oliver Sobocinski
  Armaan Mohammed Narcis Tanase
Zohara Motmaen 
Aliyah Shah
Rehan Shah
Abdul Shahid
Omar Tufail

Times Table Champions

Each week the children are invited to achieve awards linked to the times tables. Children give up 5 minutes of their lunchtime to attempt to answer times table questions. Children can earn Bronze, Silver and Gold pin badges for learning the times tables up to 12x12.

If the children receive their gold award they can move onto the platinum award. This encourages the children to use a number of skills linked to the year 5 and 6 Maths curriculums. See below for details of who has achieved the awards this year:

Bronze   Silver         Gold    Platinum
Zara Hussain (Switzerland) Noah Maynard (Belgium) Umaiza Rana (Switzerland) Bilal Rana (Finland)
Omar Tufail (Belgium) Khalilullah Motmaen (Portugal) Remy Barker (Finland) Zaid Rana (Finland)
Aayan Ali (Belgium) Rajan Ganger (Portugal) Hamid Hussain (Finland)
Luqman Haroon (Norway) Yusha Furqaan (Denmark) Murshed Alam (Iceland)
Sami Ul Hasan (Norway) Joshua Owusu Tabiri (Portugal) Niser Ahmad (Iceland)
Laiba Rani (Norway) Marcelina Siecinska (Belgium) Ammara Ali (Finland)
Shafyul Abdin (Portugal) Ravia Ahmad (Belgium) Bilal Ahmed Shahzadi (Turkey)
Mahnoor Piran Ditta (Turkey) Fatema Ahmed (Sweden) Yusha Furqaan (Denmark)
Carina Moldovan (Italy) Satara Ahmed (Portugal) Noah Maynard (Belgium)
Alisha Anwar (Belgium) Kayden Ash (Turkey) Rajan Ganger (Portugal)
Iman Kousar (Belgium) Isha Choudhury (Turkey) Shafyul Abdin (Portugal)
Marcelina Siecinska (Belgium) Rabiul Islam (Sweden) Daaneesh Hussain (Turkey)
Armaan Ghazan (Switzerland) Usmaan Anwar (Sweden) Kayden Ash (Turkey)
Marwah Mohammad (Norway) Maira Mazhar (Denmark) Khalilullah Motmaen (Portugal)
Sami Choudhury (Belgium) Roued Miah (Denmark) Satara Ahmed (Portugal)
Ana Spiridon (Switzerland) Zaynab Choudhury (Denmark) Shamailah Khan (Portugal)
Abdullah Al-Hadi (Norway) Zuhaib Hussain (Switzerland) Isha Chowdhury (Turkey)
Alesha Shabir (Norway) Sharon Zaronkova (Switzerland)  Farzana Abdulsabar (Iceland)
Sumaiya Begum (Poland) Shafyul Abdin (Portugal) Sara Torres Rehman (Iceland)
Louis Addy-Phillips (Iceland) Harris Harris (Belgium) Afshan Dowlat Zada (Turkey)
Khady Niang (Sweden) Ibrahim Ahmed (Denmark) Nilab Abbasi (Sweden)
Abdul Moeed (Belgium) Rehan Omar (Norway) Fateema Safi (Sweden)
Harris Harris (Belgium) Sami Mahmood (Poland) Ihsan Zakaria (Norway)
Abdullah Abbas (Austria) Daneesh Hussain (Turkey) Sami Mahmood (Poland)
Ben Hoey (Norway) Amaila Mahmood (Denmark) Ravia Ahmad (Belgium)
Izabella Dobos (Belgium) Sulaiman Uddin (Finland) Muntaha Asghar (Poland)
Maysune Uddin (Denmark) Nilab Abbasi (Sweden) Zainab Yeasmin (Turkey)
Rehan Khan (Portugal) Aayan Ali (Belgium) Sulaiman Uddin (Finland)
Ismail Miah (Belgium) Abdul Moeed (Belgium) Rabiul Islam (Sweden)
Rianna Johnson (Iceland) Madihah Hussain (Poland) Amna Ahmed (Portugal)
Abdulla Dowlat Zada (Switzerland) Amna Ahmad (Portugal) Gabriel Zaharia (Finland)
Shayan Younis (Poland) Aleks Szarycz (Iceland)
Aryan Hamid (Poland) Sameer Ahmed (Turkey)
Rehan Ali (Portugal) Jannah Hasan (Iceland)
Farhana Tasnim (Iceland) Jannah Satar (Iceland)
Laiba Kaseer (Iceland) Sofia Bettayeb (Portugal)
Andra-Joana Rusu (Belgium) Zara Hussain (Switzerland)
Maryam Ahmed (Belgium) Uthman Hussain (Norway)
Ehsan Iqbal (Denmark) Aryan Hamid (Poland)
Muntaha Asghar (Poland) Safurah Naheed (Portugal)
Essah Mahmood (Denmark) Muntaha Asghar (Poland)
Raees Iqbal (Denmark) Alesha Shabir(Norway)
Sahar Jan (Denmark) Marwah Mohammad (Norway)
Fathima Begum (Norway) Sumayya Hussain (Norway)
Mahdya Hussain (Poland) Oliver Sobocinski (Poland)
Safah Shah (Poland) Saahir Ahmed (Poland)
Umar Arif (Portugal) Ana Spiridon (Switzerland)
Lucica Giosa (Iceland) Rameen Asif (Switzerland)
Rehan Mahmood (Iceland) Sami Choudhury (Belgium)
Saliha Sadath (Iceland) Denis Ivanciu (Denmark)
Zahra Ali (Iceland) Luqman Haroon (Norway)
Ibrahim Mahmood (Finland) Aman Ahmed (Poland)
Ishaaq Miah (Austria) Wajid Ghorbani (Poland)
Yunus Zaman (Greece) Maryam Begum (Portugal)
Fatema Abbasi (Belgium) Fatima Begum (Turkey)
Ibrahim Iqbal (Belgium) Nimrah Shaheen (Turkey)
Rameen Asif (Belgium) Abdullah Abbas (Austria)
Maryam Ackberi (Dernmark) Ismail Miah (Belgium)
Fizza Kiani (Iceland) Maysune Uddin (Denmark)
Malaika Khan (Italy) Safah Shah (Poland)
Daniele Mazeokaite (Poland) Zara Ahmed Shazadi (Poland)
Ibrahim Ahmed (Portugal) Zahra Ali (Iceland)
Zunaira Asghar (Switzerland) Amir Zaman (Turkey)
Haleema Mahmood (Portugal) Musa Ali (Finland)
Amir Zaman (Turkey) Jawad Matloob (Sweden)
Uzayr Hussain (Italy)
Romana Habib (Belgium)
Inaaya Ghazan (Poland)
Reham Ahmad (Austria)
Amaan Hussain (Switzerland)
Kasim Airf (Greece)
Ruqayyah Fatimah (Switzerland)
Ghulam Fatima (Norway)
Nuha Chowdhury (Norway)
Maryam Ali (Portugal)
Sarah El Hassan (Austria)
Aylah Raees (Belgium)
Zaki Ali (Switzerland)

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24 Mar Congratulations to the raffle winners. Sales of the tickets raised over £200 for comic relief. Thank you Mrs Khan! https://t.co/O6pRCrFNh7

22 Mar As always, an amazing piece of homework from Shamailah and her mum. Well done! https://t.co/90s0EPSrLk

22 Mar Happy #SingUpDay we hope you enjoyed our song this morning, we certainly did!

Art Trail

Have you seen the fantastic art work that the children have done throughout the school?

Stars of the Week

Each week, a child from each class, is chosen to be the Star of the week. 

 This is decided by their teacher for a variety of achievements.  See below for this weeks stars...

Best Class Attendance

At Queens Park Academy we have not authorised any term time holidays since 2011. With the support of our children and families this has raised our attendance to the national average and our last Ofsted report (2012) said it was ‘improving rapidly’.

Every Friday we celebrate the classes with the best attendance in assembly. They are given an attendance cup which they keep in their class. If a class gets 100% in a week each child receives a chocolate treat!

 The winning classes for week ending 19 May 2017 are:-

Summer Term

Loose Change Challenge

The School Council arranged a fundraising event called the Loose Change Challenge.  Families of our school children saved 1p, 2p and 5p pieces and sent them into school.  Each class collected the loose change in bottles. The winning class was Italy Class.

Well done to Italy class. 

A big thank you for all families for supporting and donating their Loose Change!

Hamza, Chair of the School Council, presenting Italy class representatives Yasar and Zidan with the prize for winning the Loose Change Challenge.

Spring Term

Sing Up Day

Wednesday 22nd March was Sing Up Day. They children sang 'Let Love Shine Through' for families in the playground. Well done everyone! Please watch the video below.

World Book Day

A rip-roaring time was had by all during World Book Day on Thursday 2 March. The children enjoyed spending the day getting creative around the theme of a class book. Some of the characters even jumped off the pages of the books into our classrooms! Take a look at our pictures below. How many Cat in a Hats can you spot? Dare you enter our den of dragons or meet our petrifying pirates? If you have a special book at home that you enjoy reading, please bring it into school to share with your class and tell them why you would recommend it. 

Have a look at what the children got up to on World Book Day!