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Madani Schools Federation are encouraging our students (aged 14-16) to attend a Your Future Careers Fair on Thursday 4 February at Leicester City Hall, 115 Charles Street, Leicester LE1 1FZ.


This is part of government funded national project to deliver 250 events through Chambers of Commerce, attracting over 70,000 young people across England. The Your Future Events are for young people aged 14-24 to inspire, enthuse and motivate them to think about possible careers, the employment options available to them and to make the most of their remaining time in education.


Available at the Your Future Careers Fair will be careers information from local businesses, ‘Have a Go’ activities, ‘Get Involved Workshops’, information on Apprenticeships and much more! All are welcome at these events, so please do just turn up on the day. For more information contact East Midlands Chamber on 0333 320 0333.



Runaway Helpline

People run away for lots of different reasons. You can contact Runaway Helpline for free on 116 000. It’s free, 24/7 and confidential.



National Citizen Service (NCS)

National Citizen Service (NCS) brings together thousands of 15-17 year olds to take part in exciting challenges and new opportunities in the Summer holidays, February or October half term. Please click the image below for more information.



Art Competition


KS3 students at Madani Girls School took part in an exciting Art competition, set by Loughborough University’s School of Arts Faculty, in June 2015. All postcards were displayed at the End of Year Arts Show, open to the public. We had one winner, ISHWAQ ALI (Year 7) and two runners up, RISHADHA RAMZAN (Year 8) and NAGEENAH KHAN (Year 9). The students were presented their Amazon voucher prizes in the End of Year awards assembly by Farhan Adam, Head of Schools. The winner had her winning design printed onto 25 postcards.

Summer Youth Activities 2015 - Leicester City Council Youth Service

Leicester City Council Youth Service summer programme 2015 has the answer.This year it’s bigger and better and the activities are still free. We have a range of activities including the usual sporting events, performance arts and crafts, musicand dance for all young people to get involved in. Click here for more information.




On Tuesday 3rd March, we held a 'What's my job?' event for our Year 8 and 9 learners as part of Careers Week. Click here to read more.  

National Citizenship Service


LEBC is delivering the National Citizen Service in Leicestershire. NCS is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity that helps young people build skills for work and life, while taking on new challenges and meeting new friends.

Please click here for further information

Community Support Grant

Community Support Grant

Madani Students Raise £6000 (Charity Week 2014)

MSF Charity Week 2014

Madani Students Raise £894.19

Alhamdulillah, Madani students managed to raise £894.19 during Charity Week 2013. The money raised through book sales, cake sales, hot chocolate at break, football competitions and bucket collections, ensured a water well was built to provide 25 families with clean fresh water. The water well will be situated in communal places such as mosques, schools or village centres.

Where are the wells built?

We will build your Dig-a-Well where it is most appropriate and beneficial. Some common locations include: Afghanistan, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Mali, Niger and India-administered Kashmir.

How much does it cost?

Providing clean fresh water to many families and individuals costs £550

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