Seven Kings pupils show appreciation for frontline workers

Pupils from Al Misbaah Academy in Seven Kings showed their appreciation for frontline workers.

Pupils from Al Misbaah Academy showed their appreciation for frontline workers. - Credit: Al Misbaah Academy

Pupils from the Al Misbaah Academy in Seven Kings showed their appreciation for police officers, paramedics and the NHS through drawings and poems as part of a campaign to highlight civic pride. 

Children drew pictures to show their appreciation for the NHS. 

Children drew pictures to show their appreciation for the NHS. - Credit: Al Misbaah Academy

As part of the campaign week, which was held in mid-February, the school aimed to educate the youngsters on civic duty, public service and how to be exemplary British citizens - reminding them that Islam promotes all of those. 

One pupil wrote a letter thanking the police.

One pupil wrote a letter thanking the police. - Credit: Al Misbaah Academy

It also encouraged children to write letters of appreciation to frontline workers, to share with them as a token of their gratitude.

Drawings from Al Misbaah Academy's campaign week. 

Drawings from Al Misbaah Academy's campaign week. - Credit: Al Misbaah Academy

A number of drawings showed NHS workers as the real-life superheroes they are.

One Year 1 pupil wrote a poem called A Glimpse of Hope thanking the key workers for helping them see a way out of the pandemic.

Drawings from Al Misbaah Academy's campaign week. 

Drawings from Al Misbaah Academy's campaign week. - Credit: Al Misbaah Academy


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Letters to the police thanked them for keeping them safe while risking their lives everyday. 




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