The Supplementary school has developed and evolved and is continuing to grow, it has over 200 pupils from diverse cultural backgrounds. Pupils receive an excellent level of education in an environment where they feel safe and are encouraged to take part. The school aims to unite Muslim children of different nationalities whilst empowering them to develop their skills and confidence to engage and contribute actively in the community. The school is a member of the Liverpool Supplementary school network and has gained Bronze, Silver and Gold National recognition status from the National Resource Centre for Supplementary Education (NRCSE).
Extracurricular activities as part of the weekly timetable such as sports activities, arts and crafts etc
Training: first Aid, welcoming refugees and asylum seekers etc
Special guest visitors to speak and inspire our pupils
End of year celebrations
The Arabic syllabus starts from reception class level to GCSE & A level
The Islamic Studies syllabus starts from reception level to grade 12 and focuses on the main topics in Islam; Belief, Quran, History, Worship and Manners.
The Quran Syllabus allows pupils to work at a pace suitable to their individual needs. Pupils begin at Juzz Ama’a (30th Juzz) and progress gradually. Pupils are taught tajweed and are encouraged to implement the reading rules into their recitation and memorisation.
To enhance the quality of education a variety of learning resources are used such as smart boards, online access to resources, CDs, games etc