In response to the fast changing world we live in and concerns about our chidrens’ spiritual and emotional development, we have organised a series of seminars and talks on ‘Resilience in children in challenging times’. The first in this series is a talk on the new RSE (relationships and sex education) curriculum being introduced into […]Continue Reading
Islamic School by SisterTahera Kassamali Children’s Education Education in Islam has been given a lot of importance. It is the right of a child that he is given the right type of education. Imam Sajjad (a) says; The right of your child . . . you are responsible for teaching him good manners, leading him […]Continue Reading
Muslim primary schools have again exceeded the national average pass rate in the Key Stage 2 Level 4 and above exams, a level expected for 11-year-olds in their last year in primary school. On average 91 percent of students sitting their KS2 (or equivalent) tests last year in Muslim schools reached Level 4 and above […]Continue Reading
Why would I like my child to be educated in an Islamic school? For me, literacy, numeracy and science are not the ultimate reason I am sending my child to school. Yes, I want my child to be challenged academically, but more than that, I want her to grow and excel as a human being. […]Continue Reading
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As mentioned during the speech of our President Al Haj Kakaji on the Wiladat Eve of the Holy Prophet (pbuh), please find below details for the Khoja Jaffery Academy “Free School Project”, for your perusal. In addition, please click here for the demand form. We would appreciate, if you could complete this form as soon as possible.
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