We supply schools with over 20 Islamic artefacts / special objects supported with a RE Teacher's Handbook. There are three different artefacts boxes to suit all budgets - you can even build your own artefacts box!
Islamic artefacts are guaranteed to engage, inspire and immerse pupils in learning and provide a real insight in to how Muslims use special objects at home and in the Mosque.
Islamic artefacts are a perfect way to teach about the five pillars of Islam and what it means to be a Muslim in Britain today.
"Dear Imran. I have just opened our Islamic artefacts resource box and everything is just so beautiful!"
Primary School, Cumbria
"Overall I would say the opportunity for pupils to touch, hold and use the artefacts really engaged them."
Nicholas Hawksmoor Primary School
"The Year 5 children became detectives-looking at 20 different artefacts and deciphering which pillar of Islam they belonged to."
St Georges School, Weybridge
"The session on artefacts for the year 3/4 children was super and really interactive with all the children being fully immersed in the activity and learning a great deal to add to their knowledge of Islam."
Nether Kellet Primary School
"Great use of artefacts to help the children understand."