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Written by Aberdeen School
Posted on 18 May 2018
This week at assembly we celebrated Ramadan alongside some of our students who celebrate this at home. During Ramadan, Muslims fast from sunrise to sunset. They can only eat or drink after sunset. It reminds them about hunger and poverty, and is the month they give to charity, food, care, and pray for others. Ramadan ends with the Eid Festival. This celebrates the end of fasting.
Mrs Wright worked with a group of students who presented to the school about what Ramadan is, and shared with us some of the things they do throughout this time.
Each student who celebrates Ramadan gave their teacher some lovely dates. This is often what is eaten when fast is broken.
These two amazing students were chosen by a teacher for their exceptional work when out on road patrol.
These students received clan certificates for being Cool Clan Kids at Aberdeen School. Well done!
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