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Hujjat Primary School – Vacancy

Hujjat Primary school are hiring Reception Class teacher. Apply here ...
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Hujjat Primary School – Application Deadline

Salaam Alaykum, peace be with you, We pray this email finds you all in the best of health. We hope those of you who have attended one of our recent parent information events found the session useful and that you had an opportunity to learn more about the school’s vision and meet the team. If you signed up but were unable to attend, please do sign up for our next event on 9th December at 7:30pm. Click here to register: https://hujjatprimary.org/events We’d love to hear from you if you have any questions or comments, or would like to apply and ...
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Resilience in children in challenging times Part 1: RSE

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 schools. All adults are welcome to attend, but this talk will be specifically relevant for parents of younger children. It will be led by Dr. Kate Godfrey-Fausett, Shaykh Jaffer Ladak and Dr. Masuma Jaffer. Please see the attached poster for more information ...
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Muslim primary schools excel

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 in English that is 11 percent higher than the national average. For Math 90 percent of students in Muslim schools reached Level 4 and above, 5 percent higher than the national average. Thirty-six of the schools featured are Independent and seven are Voluntary Aided (some ...
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Why Muslim School?

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. I believe that to truly thrive, she needs teachers who are not just academic facilitators but true role models, friends who share her values and a learning environment where Islam is not just reduced to a module in RE but guides all learning, morality and relationships ...
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