Al Muntada Secondary Girls’ School is committed to the pursuit of academic excellence and Islamic development for all students in our care. We are proud of our reputation and aim to continue to provide an outstanding education, underpinned by Islamic values. High achievement is a priority. Students are expected to work to the best of their abilities, but we also believe in learning in its widest sense; beyond the classroom we offer a good range of extra-curricular activities. When students leave our caring supportive girl-only environment, they do so as confident adults, ready to take their place in society.
To provide outstanding academic and Islamic education within an encouraging atmosphere for Muslim children to realise their full potential.
- To become a leading example in providing a unique combination of Islamic and academic education.
- To strive in perfecting the quality of our outcomes.
- To integrate positively with our local community and take an active role in promoting positive attitude to diversity.
- To prepare our pupils intelligently to aim for key roles in the society.
Al-Muntada Girls’ Secondary School follows the National Curriculum in conjunction with Quran, Islamic Education and Arabic as part of our core subjects. This programme is aimed at enhancing the spiritual, intellectual and psychological growth of all pupils.
We strive to produce pupil who will grow and develop into confident and motivated young people, helping every student to realise her academic potential.
The curriculum covers the following range of subjects:
Islamic Education, Arabic, Quran, Tafseer, mathematics, English, Science, French, ICT, Business studies, Art, Design & Technology, Geography, Careers Education, PHSE, History and Psychology.
Islamic Education is taught in conjunction with other world religions, providing an insightful comparative.
The curriculum does not exist in isolation: its content and approach are complemented by our Extra-Curricular programme. This provides the girls with the opportunity to develop further skills and talents.
“The curriculum and everyday life of the school effectively support pupils’ future well-being and preparation for the next step in their lives” Ofsted 2011