What a fantastic showcase of talent and meaningful storytelling at Iqra Primary School! Our Year 4 pupils recently took the stage at the Omnibus Theatre, captivating a live audience composed of proud parents, esteemed guests, including local councillors, and the Mayor of Lambeth, Sarbaz Barznji.

The young performers excelled in their play titled ‘A Muslim Londoner and a French Imam,’ a poignant story about a courageous young girl traveling to the past to meet Si Khadour, a French Imam who heroically saved Jews from the Nazis during World War 2.

Following the play, the Iqra School Choir delighted the audience with uplifting Nasheeds, creating a harmonious atmosphere. The impressive performances continued with a repeat presentation by our talented Year 5 students.

Parents and special guests were deeply impressed not only by the students’ artistic abilities but also by the powerful and positive messages conveyed through the play. We are immensely proud of our students for their dedication and the meaningful impact their performances had on the audience.

The Mayor of Lambeth, MP for Streatham, five local councillors, ceo of Omnibus theatre and the director of Citizen’s UK and lead member of South London Citizen’s were all in attendance.

A heartfelt thank you to everyone who attended and supported this memorable event. It truly showcased the vibrant talents and the commitment to meaningful storytelling at Iqra Primary School.