Leaders, staff and parents share a common vision and ambition. They strive to give pupils a solid knowledge of their faith and beliefs, as well as wider society. Leaders also ensure that pupils study a wide academic curriculum and achieve well in most subjects. An extensive enrichment programme supports pupils’ personal development. Pupils leave the school well equipped to pursue ambitious career goals. They are also actively encouraged to make a positive contribution to society. Pupils get on well with each other. They are friendly and polite towards visitors. Pupils and staff have strong professional relationships. Pupils said that whenever they feel worried, they have a trusted adult whom they can speak with. They know that staff will take appropriate action straight away. This gives them a sense of safety and well-being. On the rare occasion when bullying occurs, leaders take appropriate action. This includes working with and supporting all the pupils concerned. Staff teach pupils about the diverse nature of modern society. This includes the need to respect people with protected characteristics. Teaching is underpinned by many visits and other activities that aim to enrich pupils’ experiences and understanding of the wider community. For example, pupils visit various places of worship and recently raised funds for a homeless centre.
Jamiatul Ummah School Parent Reviews
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“An excellent, pioneering school”
15 January 2018AUTHOR: A Parent
It is an amazing school with exceptional results in GCSEs. Students enjoy learning here and there is a warm, friendly environment perfectly convenient for motivated learners. They are the 42nd best school (in terms of GCSE results 2016 - The Guardian) in the UK and Wales which I think is a truly incredible feat.
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