Aims and Values

The school's mission statement is:

Our mission is to inspire our students to achieve excellence in Islamic conduct and personality, to ensure they achieve their academic potential, and to develop each child to be an ambassador of Islam contributing to and serving the wider society that we live in.


We at Noor Ul Islam Primary School believe strongly in providing a safe environment where an Islamic ethos is promoted throughout. We acknowledge that pupils have varying abilities and our aim is to ensure that each one fulfils their true academic potential.

Governors and staff at the school are dedicated to ensuring pupils achieve the best academic standards and more importantly that they have the best Islamic manners.

Our pupils live in the UK and we want them to actively take part in making this country a better place. Therefore pupils are taught a sense of responsbility from an early age. In our latest Ofsted inspection reported: 

Pupils' spiritual, moral, social and cultural development is outstanding. Their spiritual and moral development is central to the school's aims and ethos. A calm atmosphere is evident in lessons and pupils say that they are happy at school. They develop knowledge of spirituality through Islamic studies and this is further enhanced in lessons by their pleasure in learning new things. Their behaviour in lessons and around the school is outstanding. The school is increasingly developing opportunities to enable pupils to take greater responsibility, including the establishment of a school council...

We want our pupils to demonstrate to those around them that they can compete with their peers and excel in what they do. But more importantly we want our pupils to have the best Islamic Character and to fear Allaah (SWT) at all times. This will give them success and benefit the community at large.