If you have any suggestions to improve our school please contact the Student Council representative for your class. Student Council elections for the new academic year will be held in the autumn of 2020.
In our endeavour to raise the standards of our children’s reading of the Holy Quraan the Islamic Studies department has developed the “Audio Bridge to Quraan”. The original booklet form was introduced to improve the fluency of children who had finished the Qaaidah. We found that the transition from Qaaidah to Quraan was too big for most children to cope with. Fluency between two words is slowly built up progressively to three, four, five, six and seven words without stuttering pausing or breathing. In this version you can click on the words to listen to Ustaadth Hussain recite them correctly.
(Link coming soon)
Our School Council is an elected group of students, taken from each year group in Key Stage 1 and 2. The purpose of the School Council is to represent the students’ views and opinions on a variety of issues and to be a forum for active and constructive student input into the daily life of the school community.
Our School Council benefits the whole school, students and adults, as it gives opportunities for them to communicate their feelings and opinions to teachers and support staff as well as influencing decisions that are made. This enables them to become partners in their own education.
Every student has the opportunity to participate in the activities of the School Council through discussions with the class representatives.
Issues that might be discussed in the school council include:
• School rules and policies
• Activities before and after school
• School equipment
• School and community fundraising
• Facilities in school
• Community issues
Congratulations to our Student Council representatives for 2023/2024
Our Fairtrade Committee members comprising of pupils and teachers, have worked super hard on the Fairtrade Project. Consequently, the school has been awarded all three FairAware awards which are part of the Fairtrade Foundation.
Becoming a Fairtrade School means joining a worldwide movement where we learn about the power to make a difference in the world. We had the opportunity to look at global issues such as where our food comes from and fairtrade items in the supermarkets. We also learned about teamwork and co-operation by organising exhibitions and running stalls and tuck shops.
Well done to Our Fairtade Committee members!
Khadeejah Bint Faizal
Maryam Abdul Ghani