Ramadan is the holy month of worship which is a time of spiritual reflection and devotion. Muslims all over the world keep "Roza", which is a fast that is observed from sunrise to sunset for 30 days. Sehri is the pre-fast meal which is eaten before sunset (sunrise) and iftar is the post-fast meal with which the fast is broken. Worshippers pray five times a day and do not eat or drink during the course of the fasting period.
Ramadan is about giving and doing good deeds also, so my challenge for all of Year 4, is to see how many good deeds you can do during this month.
You can help your mum and dad tidy, play with your brother or sister, share your food with a friend or neighbour, pick up litter or just a simple smile to others :)
Miss Bell and Miss Lashmar wish all of you that are celebrating a happy and safe Ramadan!