During the assembly ……….
It was a lovely day in Sacred heart school. Mrs. Kelly told us it was an assembly . We were halfway through the assembly when a special guest came. His name was Inman .He was from a mosque. Some people had some questions ready. Inman told us that Muslims have something called the Quran. Muslims say there is only one god called Allah. They also have to learn the Quran that is the Muslim bible. It has all of the names of Allah. Allah has ninety nine names . Year five gave most the questions . That was a fun assembly . We learnt a lot of facts about Islam.
During our assembly an Inman came in and talked to us about different religions and his religion wich is the Muslim religion. He also told us about the things that are Simalar between both religions. Muslim and crystals religion are very Simalar because of the things we both do in our churches and mosks.
Is it more similar that you realised?
During the assembly I listened to a man talking about Muslims and what they do that is different to other religions. It was very interesting I think all the teachers were enjoying it to. After he had finished talking year 5 and year 6 asked some questions that they had planned, and so did everyone else. It was a very nice time asking questions and listen to different things about Muslims and its culture. I think that everyone enjoyed listening too. Let’s just hope that the rest of the day is just as good as that assembly. That was fun.
I’m glad that you enjoyed it.
I did 101 words
During the assembly Mrs Kelly,our head teacher introduced us to a friend of father Shaun’s I forgot his name but he is a muslim I think he is a Muslim priest.He told us about how Muslims fast, when Muslims, he told us about the mosque and what the women and the men had to wear. Then the year fives had a list of intresting questions and they asked the question to him the questions. Other people asked questions not of the list though, I asked a question too. It was a good assembly but then we had to leave sadly.
During the assembly, a local Imam came into our school. He came in to teach us about Islam. It was really fascinating because I was finding out loads of new facts about Islam. Finally the year fives asked some more questions to the Imam. The Imam answered these questions, and I found out even more!
I’m glad hat you found out new facts.
During the assembly a man came in to see us and talk to us about Islam and Muslims. He was a Muslim himself but his job was to be an Imam (A Muslim priest). He said that it was Ramadan and at that time he was in fasting (when a Muslim does not eat until it is the middle of the night). When he had finished talking to us he said that he would answer any questions. it was an very exiting asembly
On Monday the 22 of May, an Imam came to talk to us about is belief. I found out lots and lots of lovely facts about Muslim faith. He told us that the Muslim faith started in Saudi Arabia in a place called Mecca. He also told us that they did something called Ramadan. In Ramadan they fast for about 1 month but they are allowed to eat food before dawn. They are not allowed to eat after dawn. If you are ill or you are a child you are not allowed to fast because it will harm your health.
In our assembly we learnt Islam is the second largest faith after Christianity. Allah is the Muslim God and Muslims sometimes have prayer beads that they carry around with them all the time.
The Qur’an is like the bible but for the Muslims. The Qur’an is not a story like the bible but it is a set of instructions telling people to follow Allah’s ways. Children are taught the Qur’an at a young age so that they will live well for a long time. Some people learn the Qur’an off by heart. There are 99 names for Allah.
Well done. Did you enjoy the assembly?
During the assembly we had a talk about Islam that was very interesting, we were told that the Quran, which is like the Holy Bible that Christians use, was written over 1400 years ago.
Allah is and Arabic word for God, and is the being that they worship.
Muslims have to fast during the month of Ramadan, which means they can’t eat from sunrise to sunset during that time.
Muslims have to go on a pilgrimage to the city of Mecca in Saudi Arabia at least once in their life, and this means that each year thousands of Muslims make the long journey there.
Luke Braithwaite – Year 4
Not too long ago we had an assembly in school hall. Only the juniors came though. We all filed into the hall. I could hear the chatter and the excitement as soon as I walked in. Even though everything was the same as normal I could tell this was going to be a special assembly. There was a chair at the front of the hall, I guessed that was for the visitor. Not long after that, Mrs Barrett had come hobbling to the front of the hall and said the visitor would be here in a minute or two. Just like she had read her mind Mrs Kelly came striding though the hall with the visitor. The assembly was about to start!
Well done for this recount.
During the assembly the man talked and talked all about his beliefs in Islam. My mind wondered about this. Soon I was in a world of my own and suddenly I found myself inside a mosque staring at the ceiling. All the walls had orange and purple flowers all over them, with a bright red background. I looked around this amazing multi-coloured place. It was empty and all I could hear was my echoing foot steps breaking the silence. I felt something nudging my belly. I realised it was Izzy telling me to get back to class so I snapped out of it quickly. I realised it was time to go.
An interesting daydream.
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