Frequently Asked Questions
It is an independent boy’s secondary school with Islamic ethos. We take day and boarding pupils.
The cost of a pupil to the school is about £12000. However Seven Hills Educational Trust through their fund raising activities supports each pupil placement. We have discounts for single families and siblings.
There are no other charges for school dinners or teaching resources.
Pupils will be asked to contribute to the school trips.
We teach: Mathematics, Combined Science (Double award), English Language, English Literature, History, Geography, Statistics, Computer Sciences, Religious Studies, Islamic Studies, PE and PHSE. Also Turkish and Arabic as modern foreign languages.
We target 8 GCSE’s. They must include good passes in core subjects such as English, Maths and Science. Pupils also take A Level’s in Modern Foreign languages.
Marathon Results % (2020) L4 (C) and Above
National Pass rate % (2019) L4(C) and Above
Combined Science (2 GCSE)
We deliver Islamic lessons in both boarding and day school. Please call to get details from specialist teachers.
We believe that physical fitness is essential to well-being. So we have regular swimming, wrestling and football as well as other sporting activities.
We also organise educational trips regularly such Shakespeare Globe Theatre, Careers fair at Emirates Stadium and so on.
Please see our activities page here.
Every pupil gets to at least one overseas trip per year.
We ask families to contribute the travel cost and we pay for the accommodation at the destination.
Unfortunately our school does not have the right infrastructure to accommodate students with special educational needs (SEND). We recognise the importance of providing an inclusive learning environment for all students, including those with SEND, and we are committed to making necessary changes to ensure that all students can thrive in our school. We have currently adopted a case by case system to ensure that all our students have an equal chance to thrive in our school.
To this end, we are actively looking to develop a SEND team that will help us identify and support students with SEND. This team will consist of qualified professionals who have experience working with students with a range of needs. They will work closely with teachers, parents, and outside specialists to create individualised learning plans that meet the unique needs of each student.
We understand that this may cause concern for some parents and guardians, but we want to assure you that we are committed to providing the best possible education for all of our students. We will keep you updated on our progress as we work to develop our SEND team and improve our infrastructure.
Should you be interested in sending your child to our school please do not hesitate to send over your admission document. The school medical team and Headteacher will assess the application and turn back with a prompt response.