Islamic geometrics have added a highly colourful touch around Year 5 at Michael Faraday this week. As part of our humanities topic looking at different forms of decoration within religion, the children have been researching the role of repeating geometrics within the Muslim faith.
“We can find geometric patterns inside Mosques,” said Riyad. “They are used not only for decoration, but also for worship. Muslims use plants and flowers in their decorations. This is because they don’t like to worship humans or animals.”