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A Typical School Day with Term Dates
A Typical School Day with Term Dates
The following is an outline for the school day at Iqra High School.
A Typical School Day with Term Dates
|Period 1 (Registration, SMSC, Literacy and Numeracy)||08:45 – 09:15 (30 min)||Period 5||11:15 – 12:05 (50 min)|
|Period 2||09:15 – 10:05 (50min)||Period 6||12:05 – 12:55 (55 min)|
|Period 3||10:05 – 10:55 (50 min)||Period 7 (Lunch and Prayers)||12:55 – 13:40 (45min)|
|Period 4 (Break)||10:55 – 11:15 (20 min)||Period 8||13:40 – 14:30 (50min)|
|Note 1: school starts at 08:45|
|Note 2: school finishes at 14:30|
SCHOOL LUNCH AND BREAKS
During morning break a small school tuck shop will sell Halal products consisting of crisps, chocolates, sweets, and drinks such that pupil will NOT leave the school premises.Parents are encouraged to provide children with pack lunch from home. Please ensure that the lunch is as light as possible, and is based on healthy options.Children who will be unable to bring any lunch with them from home, school will arrange to sell halal sandwiches to ensure everyone gets a lunch to eat.
|Teacher Training – Inset/Planning Days||School Closed||Monday 2nd September 2019||Tuesday 3rdSeptember 2019|
|Autumn term||School Open||Wednesday 4th September 2019||Friday 25th October 2019|
|Autumn Half Term Break||School Closed||Saturday 26th October 2019||Sunday 3rd November 2019|
|Autumn term||School Open||Friday 25th October 2019||Friday 20th December 2019|
|Christmas Holidays||School Closed||Friday 20th December 2019||Sunday 5th January 2020|
|Teacher Training – Inset/Planning Days||School Closed||Monday 6th January 2020||Tuesday 7th January 2020|
|Spring Term||School Open||Wednesday 8th January 2020||Friday 14th February 2020|
|Spring Half Term Break||School Closed||Saturday 15th February 2020||Sunday 23rd February 2020|
|Spring term||School Open||Monday 24th February 2020||Friday 3rd April 2020|
|Spring Break||School Closed||Saturday 4th April 2020||Sunday 19th April 2020|
|Teacher Training – Inset/Planning Days||School Closed||Monday 20th April 2020||Monday 20th April 2020|
|Summer term||School Open||Tuesday 21st April 2020||Friday 15th May 2020|
|May Day Bank Holiday||School Closed||Friday 8th May 2020||Friday 8th May 2020|
|Ramadan Break||School Closed||Saturday 16th May 2020||Friday 22nd May 2020|
|Half Term Break||School Closed||Saturday 23rd May 2020||Sunday 31st May 2020|
|Eid Al-Fiter Holidays (See note 2)||School Closed||–||–|
|Summer term||School Open||Monday 1st June 2020||Friday 17th July 2020|
|Teacher Training – Inset/Planning Days||School Closed||Friday 5th June 2020||Friday 5th June 2020|
|Teacher Training – Inset/Planning Days||School Closed||Friday 3rd July 2020||Friday 3rd July 2020|
|Summer Holidays||School Closed||Friday 17th July 2020||Wednesday 4th September 2020|
Note 1: Note 1: During the month of Ramadhan (April/May 2020) the school will start at 09:15 AM
Note 2: Ramadan holidays fall in the May half term, 1 day for Eid will be given
Note 3: Bank Holidays, Friday 6th and Monday 25th May 2019
DIARY OF EVENTS
|Autumn Assessment week – Year 11||Monday 2nd December 2019||Friday 6th December 2019|
|Autumn Assessment week – Year 7 – 10||Monday 9th December 2019||Friday 13th December 2019|
|Spring Assessment week – Year 7 – 11||Monday 30th March 2020||Thursday 2nd April 2020|
|Summer Assessment week – Year 7 – 10||Monday 22nd June 2020||Friday 26th June 2020|
|Autumn Enrichment Week||Monday 16th December 2019||Friday 20th December 2019|
|Spring Enrichment Week||Friday 3rd April 2020||Friday 3rd April 2020|
|Summer Enrichment Week||Monday 13th July 2020||Friday 17th July 2020|
What Our Pupils Say
“We love the teachers because they help us learn lots about Islam, other religions and other subjects.”
– Iqra High School Pupil 1
“This school is a safe and happy environment it is not like any ordinary school.”
– Iqra High School Pupil 2
“Iqra High School has been an excellent experience so far we are looking forward for more.”
– Iqra High School Pupil 3
“Pupils in our school are very good and well behaved.”
– Iqra High School Pupil 4
“This school is very unique and the teachers are very nice.”
– Iqra High School Pupil 5
“I like my school; it has a nice lab and a very large ICT room.”
– Iqra High School Pupil 6
“This school is really good; it has very nice teachers and good facilities.”
– Iqra High School Pupil 7
“I like this school because the headteacher is very cooperative.”
– Iqra High School Pupil 8
“I like this school because the lessons are interactive and fun.”
– Iqra High School Pupil 9
“I like the school because it is really fun.”
– Iqra High School Pupil 10
“The school is awesome. There is no bullying.”
– Iqra High School Pupil 11
Iqra High School Admissions
Parents and pupil are requested to take an application form from the school office. Complete and return the form to the same office. The school office will consider the application form and contact parents/guardian to invite the pupil for the preliminary test and interview. The school staff will carefully consider the test results and the interview outcome, and inform parents/guardians of the school decision. If the application is accepted, the parents/guardian will be requested to pay a non-refundable deposit of £200. If the application is rejected and the parents wish to complain about the admission process or procedure then please collect the complaints form from the school office and return the form to the same office at your earliest convenience. The school office will arrange the parents meeting with the head teacher for a further discussion. Once again parents/guardian will be informed of the outcome.
Please note the admission priority will be set as follows:-
1. If the child has a sister already at Iqra High school.
2. School staff children.
3. If the child is from our local feeder schools.
4. First come, first serve bases.
PUPIL WITH SPECIAL EDUCATIONAL NEEDS
The school sincerely apologies, with our limited resources, we are unable to take pupils with special needs for the first couple of years. Once the school has sufficient resources and expertise every effort will be made to accommodate such learners.
An annual tuition fee of £2300 will be charged for the academic year 2018/19 per child. Parents and guardians please be aware that during the early years of school it will be very challenging for the school management to work with limited resources to deliver the quality education. Many fundraising activities will be arranged during the academic year. The school will welcome any brother/sister to offer any amount of Quraz alhasanah (loan for the sake of Allah) to get the school off the ground.
The following payment options are available to the parents/guardians:
Pay the full annual amount of £2300 at the beginning of the academic year in September 2014.
Pay 1/3 of the annual amount at the beginning of each term (£667 per term).
Please remember a place for a child is only secured when a non-refundable deposit of £200 is paid prior to the start of an academic year.
Iqra High School Uniforms
All Girls are expected to wear clean uniform according to the school uniform guidelines. The
school uniform is dark green blazer with IHSO badge, long black dress (jubah, hebiah) up to
the ankles. High heel shoes are not allowed, only flat heel black or grey shoes will be
permitted. Only white or black headscarf is permitted. During the physical education lessons
only black or grey tops with same colour tracksuits and trainers and black socks will be
allowed. Please refer to school uniform guidelines. No makeup please.
Suggestions and Complaints
Number of complaints 2017-2018 = 0
If you have any suggestions which you think will improve any service that we offer to pupils and their parents kindly speak to the school secretary or the head teacher. We will make every effort to ensure your ideas and suggestions are fully listened to and implemented where possible.
However, if you find something unsatisfactory or unacceptable, please bring directly to the head teachers attention. Once again every effort will be made to resolve the situation. However, if the initial attempts are unsuccessful and you are still dissatisfied then formal procedures will need to be invoked. Please request a complaints form from the school office, and complete and return to the school office at your earliest convenience.
School Policies and Procedures
The following documents are available to children parents/guardians and carers at request from the school reception:
- IHSO Curriculum Policy
- IHSO Curriculum Planning
- Subject Studied at IMGHO
- IHSO Assessment for learning Strategy
- IHSO Behaviour Policy
- IHSO Discipline and Exclusion Policy
- IHSO Child Protection Policy (Safeguarding Children and Safer Recruitment in Education
- IHSO Anti-bullying Policy
- IHSO Health and Safety Policy
- IHSO Admission Procedure
- IHSO Pupil Admission/Registration Form September 2015
- IHSO Complaints Procedure
- IHSO Policy for Welfare, Health and Safety on School Trips
- IHSO Application Visit Planning and Approval Form
- IHSO Risk Assessment for Educational Visits
- IHSO Educational Visit Risk Assessment Form
- IHSO Health and Safety Check-list for Classrooms
- IHSO E-Safety Policy
- IHSO Uniform Guidelines
- IHSO Academic Year Planner
- IHSO Calender 2014/2015
- IHSO Timetable Autumn 2014/2015
Ofsted Report Mar 2019
Ofsted Report Nov 2018
Ofsted Report May 2018
Ofsted Report June 2017
Ofsted Report September 2016