Madani Schools Federation are planning to open two new single gender high schools in 2018 to respond to parental demand and to replicate the success of their existing schools.
Please find below a leaflet for your information on the 'two new outstanding schools' and also two forms to fill out to either register your child or register your support:
We are launching an exciting competition for students of The Leicester Islamic Academy (Primary and Nursery) and Madani Schools Federation. They will each have the opportunity to win 2 Umrah tickets (2 for each school totalling 4 tickets with flights and 5* accommodation).
We’re pleased to announce that we have switched to a new online payment service for you to pay for your child’s school dinner. Using a secure website called ParentPay you are now able to make payments to school online using your credit or debit card. For more information on Parent Pay please click here
Welcome to the Madani Schools Federation
It is a pleasure to welcome you to our website. Madani welcomes pupils of all faiths and denominations from Year 7-11. The federation caters for 300 Boys and 300 Girls in two separate schools but share the same site. We are currently two very successful schools and are both categorised by OFSTED as GOOD.
The Madani Boys School was one of the first schools in the city to come out of requires improvement and become a good school under the new Ofsted framework in January 2016 and is the best attended school in the city with an attendance of 97%.
The Madani Girls School has also received a number of accolades for their performance over the past three years from the DFE and are in the top 100 non-selective schools in the country for showing progress from primary to the end of their time with us and are also in the top 100 non-selective schools in the country for showing the greatest sustained improvement over a three-year period, in 2015 we achieved 79% 5 A*-C including English and Maths. The personal development and welfare in both of our schools is OUTSTANDING.
Sending your child to us is a great honour and a trust that we take very seriously and it is enshrined in British common law, ‘In loco parentis’ is Latin for ‘instead of a parent’ and is the responsibility placed on us as teachers to ensure that the manner in which you care and look after your child at home is carried through when you choose to send your child to one of our schools. However, the success of your child stems from working together and it is important that we build a strong trust between us to support your child over the next five years.
Mr F Adam
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