|About the Madrasah|
South Kilburn Muslim Community
Aims and objectives of the School
Khulufau-Rashideen Arabic Schools’s aim is:
The School’s Curriculum
The curriculum is carefully designed for children, to fulfil these requirements:
The subjects taught:
How do we plan to achieve these objectives?
There are 3 classes altogether
Preference will be given to children:
A special concession is made for teachers who are desperately needed. Their child will be admitted younger than 6 yrs.
We believe that the school should be a happy and secure place for all. Therefore, we encourage every child to behave in a responsible and self-disciplined manner and to be concerned about the needs and rights of others.
We ask the children to:
Bullying, name calling, fighting and ganging up is strictly forbidden. Continuous aggressive behaviour is discussed with the parents concerned and appropriate action is taken by the Head of the School.
A log book would be kept in every class.
If a child is continually late for school, the parents will receive a warning. If lateness still occurs, the child will be suspended. If a child is absent without reason more than twice per half term, a warning will be sent to the parents. If absences continue after the warning, the child will be suspended from the school. If your child is unable to attend school on the day then inform us on: 07920423341.
Break time snack:
The Islamic School would like to remind parents to try to provide their children with a good healthy snack at the School.
Please try to avoid fizzy drinks, chocolate or sweets, all of which are generally unhealthy or harmful for teeth.
We would also like to remind parents you should ensure your car are NOT parked in the front of the building at any time and collect your child safely and promptly.
Collection of your child at the end of the school day:
SCHOOL ENDS PROMPTLY AT:
For children in the age of 10 or above ideally, parents should also collect their child from the classroom. However, it is accepted by the school that some parents feel their child is responsible enough to leave the class by themselves and either meet their parents outside the school or make their own way home. If you allow your child to leave the class alone, then we would like to remind parents that the School’s responsibility for the care of your child ends when they leave the classroom and you are then responsible for your child.
Cash/Cheque payments should be made each term in the first week of the Month.
Cheques should be made payable to South Kilburn Muslim Community
Here are some ways in which you can help your children to reinforce what they have learnt in the school:
IT IS A VENTURE WHICH SHOULD CONCERN THE ENTIRE COMMUNITY.