Who We Are
Khadija Educational and Youth Centre is situated in the heart of our Muslim community since 2003. This centre has played a vital role in the development of Muslim youth. The centre has been successfully teaching Islamic studies, Arabic, Urdu language and offering national curriculum subject support to the young learners for several years. The centre normally operates as an evening and week-end school for young people but equally caters for adult classes during the day to suit busy mothers.
Khadija centre organises many social and cultural events throughout the year to celebrate Muslim festivals. The centre also organises sports days for the youth to strengthen the community bond.
With our sincere intention to serve the community, the centre has decided to embark on a new project to setup Iqra High School. The School hopes to develop the youth spiritually, intellectually, physically and academically.
Our Vision Values and Aims
Iqra High School will become a centre of achievement for all pupils irrespective of their background and ethnicity.
We sincerely intend to produce learners whom are confident individuals, responsible citizens and positive contributors to our own community and society at large. We will become a beacon of high quality in lifelong learning at all levels.
All of our pupils will develop better understanding of Islamic faith, positive self -esteem, confidence, high aspirations and ambition to achieve their full potential.
Our Values For Life
Maintain and promote Islamic teachings.
Keep absolute trust in the Creator (Allah) and build community based on honesty and fairness to all members of the society.
Always hold very high morals and Islamic values at all times.
Always respect elderly and be considerate to wishes, feelings of disadvantaged and all other members of the society.
Be aware of our accountability to our creator, and be accountable for our own actions.
Ever determined to succeed and never give to challenges in life.
Remain fully committed, focused on the given task to avoid distractions.