Iman Tile Wall

Making of the “The Iman Tile Wall”

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PMaking of the “The Iman Tile Wall”

Saturday, 3. May 2014

The making of “The Iman Tile Wall” saw mothers and their entourages trooping into the school ground, armed with their paint brushes expecting the unexpected. It was two fascinating hours where mothers got Arty and Crafty with paint and tiles displaying amazing creativity and innovativeness, leading to some mothers rediscovering themselves of their long forgotten artistic flairs. The students not to be out done by their mothers, also got messy in getting their imaginative ideas on to the tiles.
By the Grace of the Almighty Allah the weather stayed in our favour, with the sun safely behind the clouds and a cool breeze comforting the busy painters under the shades of the trees. It was one of those times when mother and child came to the rescue of each in other in getting the job done.

With no specific theme given, a simple glance at the overall outcome of the Art Tiles sends out a common message which is “Iman-Faith”, thus making the tile wall being named possibly no better.

Few parental feedback on their experience…

“Alhamdulillah indeed I experienced a great day with colours. I feel it is a good exposure for the kids and the parents as well. Children spent time researching designs and were very excited of what they wanted to paint. These kind of events make the kids enjoy school life. May Allah Bless the management and staff for the effort for the betterment of the school”

-Ummu Humaira Miflaal-

“I and my daughter Aaliyah Mackie are greatly honoured to be able to contribute to the making of the Iman Wall. And to be a part of the history in the making of the best Muslim school in Sri Lanka In Sha Allah. Aaliyah was very excited throughout the painting of her tile (which was a painting of the new girl’s and pre-grade section). I am sure she would look back on it with fond memories many years later In Sha Allah. I wish Al-Iman school the best with all my heart. And may Allah bless the growth and continuation of this school unlimitedly. Ameen”
-Sister Aeysha Fahmi-

“The painting event was very memorable where both Hudha and myself had a joyful experience. We had a lot of fun trying to design what to paint. However, we were surprised to see the final painting that came out well. JazakAllaah for the opportunity.”
-Umm Hudha Shakil-


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Making of the “The Iman Tile Wall”

Saturday, 3. May 2014


The making of “The Iman Tile Wall” saw mothers and their entourages trooping into the school ground, armed with their paint brushes expecting the unexpected. It was two fascinating hours where mothers got Arty and Crafty with paint and tiles displaying amazing creativity and innovativeness, leading to some mothers rediscovering themselves of their long forgotten artistic flairs. The students not to be out done by their mothers, also got messy in getting their imaginative ideas on to the tiles.
By the Grace of the Almighty Allah the weather stayed in our favour, with the sun safely behind the clouds and a cool breeze comforting the busy painters under the shades of the trees. It was one of those times when mother and child came to the rescue of each in other in getting the job done.

With no specific theme given, a simple glance at the overall outcome of the Art Tiles sends out a common message which is “Iman-Faith”, thus making the tile wall being named possibly no better.

Few parental feedback on their experience…

“Alhamdulillah indeed I experienced a great day with colours. I feel it is a good exposure for the kids and the parents as well. Children spent time researching designs and were very excited of what they wanted to paint. These kind of events make the kids enjoy school life. May Allah Bless the management and staff for the effort for the betterment of the school”

-Ummu Humaira Miflaal-

“I and my daughter Aaliyah Mackie are greatly honoured to be able to contribute to the making of the Iman Wall. And to be a part of the history in the making of the best Muslim school in Sri Lanka In Sha Allah. Aaliyah was very excited throughout the painting of her tile (which was a painting of the new girl’s and pre-grade section). I am sure she would look back on it with fond memories many years later In Sha Allah. I wish Al-Iman school the best with all my heart. And may Allah bless the growth and continuation of this school unlimitedly. Ameen”
-Sister Aeysha Fahmi-

“The painting event was very memorable where both Hudha and myself had a joyful experience. We had a lot of fun trying to design what to paint. However, we were surprised to see the final painting that came out well. JazakAllaah for the opportunity.”
-Umm Hudha Shakil-

Al Iman tile wall

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