Uniform: following parental representation to have the hijab (head scarf) as "optional" within the uniform policy, a questionnaire was undertaken during parents evening to obtain wider parental opinions. We can report that 72% of parents who responded felt it should remain as an essential component of the uniform. The uniform policy with regards to the hijab will therefore remain.
Executive Head Teacher and Head of School welcome message:-
Welcome to Al-Furqan Primary School website. I hope that you will find it informative and interesting, it should give you a deeper insight into what makes our school unique. The school’s Mission Statement is for all of our children and states that ‘we seek to provide a caring, secure, happy Islamic environment in which every student can discover and realise their full potential.’
At Al-Furqan Primary we ensure all our children achieve their full potential in every aspect of school life. Our faith is precious and central to every part of this. We endeavour to give the children a fully rounded education which will enable them to be part of the wider community living their lives as good British Muslim citizens.
At Al-Furqan Primary our committed staff, work hard to ensure a caring, secure and happy Islamic environment in which all learners will thrive and perform to their best. Our curriculum ensures that our children get the broad and balanced experience which they are entitled to. Within our community, we welcome parents and carers of our pupils, who play a vital role in the education of their children. A partnership between home and school ensures our pupils are provided with a start to their life that they deserve. Please keep up to date with information about the school by reading our school newsletter which is sent home with all pupils and published on the website. Class teachers will also endeavour to keep their year group pages up to date with news from their recent topics plus photos of the children in action!
Sue Barrat CBE (Executive Head)
Sadyah Yafai (Head of School)