Taking the Covid-19 vaccines on offer in the UK is permissible in Islam and does not invalidate fasting, says the British Islamic Medical Association (BIMA). See Covid-19 Vaccine Hub Myths for much more information from the BIMA, regarding the vaccine.
Find out what our Headteacher, Ms Landers has to say about School re-opening for face-face lessons next week.
Check out these Easter Recipe Boxes from the London Borough of Tower Hamlets:
This week’s newsletter is dedicated to World Book Day. Teachers have written about their favourite books and you can view the photos that they have provided to mark the occasion.
Safe East is the integrated substance misuse and sexual health service for young people in Tower Hamlets aged 10-19 (up to 25 for SEND and LAC).
Topics covered in training include:
- Healthy and unhealthy relationships
- Relationships and emotions
- Sexually transmitted infections
Please contact Abdullah Junaid on Abdullah.Junaid@COMPASS-UK.ORG or phone on 07881 020 165 for a booking form or more information.
Since the recent announcement of schools being closed, it has meant a lot of sudden changes for parents which can have an impact on mental wellbeing. Tower Hamlets Talking Therapies is offering two free webinars to support parents.
Managing my child during lockdown – 19th of January at 4pm
This webinar aims to look at common difficulties a parent may face when having their child at home while schools are closed and strategies to manage.
Managing my self care as a parent during lockdown – 2nd of February at 4pm
Self care can be commonly forgotten as a parent so this webinar aims to act as a refresher and reminder of the importance of self care and how to ensure parents make time for themselves.
Please note, both webinars are only available to parents who have a registered address and/or registered GP in the Tower Hamlets. The deadline to register is 24 hours prior to the day and time of the webinar.
The Oak National Academy was created in April 2020 in response to the Covid-19 outbreak. Leading education organisations, with over 300 teachers, came together to create over 600 lessons to keep pupils learning, which can be accessed via the teacher hub.
There are now nearly 10,000 lessons available on the site and lessons can be downloaded, customized and shared with colleagues easily. Visitors to the site can browse by subject, Key Stage and specialist lessons.