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Visiting someone who is sick isn’t always easy, but it can be a great comfort for the patient.
The grade 4 students of the Al Muntazir Boys Primary visited their neighbouring school Al Madrasatus Saifiyatul Burhaniyya on
On Saturday, 6th May 2017 parents of form two students gathered together for a coffee morning.
Birthday celebration at Al Muntazir Girls Primary School
Field trips are lots of fun and provide students an alternative educational opportunity away from their regular school enviro
The students had the opportunity to visit the male wards and meet the patients who are undergoing treatment.
The AMGPS team with the Grade 7 Prefects accompanied by the teachers of IRE and VALUE department paid a visit to AMSEN.
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Extra Curricular Activities


Extra curricular activities are designed to supplement school curriculum and provide additional opportunities for our students to develop skills, character, and leadership. There are many activities available for students to participate in throughout the school year. To find out what activities are currently available at your school contact the school office.

Activities

The following extra curricular activities are provided:

Academic Enrichment

Al Muntazir Islamic Seminary provide an enormous variety of extra curricular activities. Some popular activities at the secondary level are listed in the table below. Please note that the activities vary from year to year.

House Teams

The Primary and Secondary schools runs a House system; the four houses are named after colours, Blue, Green, Red and Yellow. On entry to School, each student is assigned a house (the same as an older sibling if requested) and remains a member of this house throughout their years at Al Muntazir.

House points are awarded in class for effort, attitude and achievement and for competitions run at various points during the year, e.g. Sports Day, quiz competitions, Maths challenges etc. The house system fosters good relationships between children in different year groups and encourages a sense of working together and responsibility.

Each year, the primary schools’ House Captains are selected from among the grades 6 or 7 pupils.