Al-Islamia Institute for Education
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5-7 Evington Street

School Description

Pupils like coming to school. Most arrive on time and attend regularly. Pupils get on well together. They respect their peers. Teachers help pupils to become their ‘best selves’. Pupils are proud of their school and their identity as Muslims. Pupils say that school is a happy place. They form strong friendships. Pupils feel safe and looked after. They told us that they have an adult they can talk to if they have any concerns. Most pupils behave well. They appreciate the rewards they get as part of the ‘star’ scheme. However, leaders have not ensured that safeguarding is effective. Pupils understand different types of bullying. Bullying is rare. If it does happen, pupils know that adults will resolve any issues quickly. Pupils study a range of subjects. They enjoy being creative and they like physical education lessons. Pupils achieve well in some subjects, particularly mathematics and science. However, in other subjects they do not learn as well. Some pupils do not take enough pride in their work. Pupils enjoy discussing issues that affect them. For instance, they recently debated the impact of their use of plastics. They do not have enough chances to become involved in the wider community.

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