On Monday 13th November, Smeeth pupils welcomed some visitors from Canterbury mosque. They came to talk to the children about Islam.
The morning began with a whole school assembly where the children were able to ask questions about Islam and share the extensive knowledge that they already have.
Then the visitors spent some time in Robins class to talk about the Qur'an in the context of their learning about a range of religious 'Special Books'.
They visited Kingfishers class to talk about 'Islamic Relief' in the context of how religions respond to suffering around the world and finished off in Eagles class to talk about the Five Pillars of Islam, and look at Islamic artefacts.
It was a very exciting and interesting morning - learning was brought to life!