GCSE SUCCES FOR MAZAHIRUL ULOOM SCHOOL
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London, 9 February 2019: Mazahirul Uloom London secondary school, situated on Mile End Road Stepney Green has been a part of our community since its foundation in 2000. The school has seen many changes during its existence and has enjoyed both good and bad fortune. Now however the school is clearly on the up.
The current GCSE results are not only a significant improvement on the last few years but are not only competing with but also outstretching other local schools. Principal Shaykh Imdadur Rahman Al Madani has been with the school since its foundation almost 19 years ago. He puts the recent improvement down to taking on a new head teacher who has worked in the sector for 18 years and brings a variety of skills to the post as well as experience. “Our headteacher, Khalil Goddard, works with our staff very well. Under his guidance teachers know that they are an intrinsic part of the future of the school and are valued highly. As Ofsted recently commented ‘Staff morale is high’ and this does not happen by accident.”
The school takes great care over the wellbeing of students and staff, placing the happiness of students at the top of their priorities list. Far from detracting from examination success this approach has clearly had a positive effect. The school is forward looking and progressive and see no reason why the results they have achieved should not continue.
National Curriculum subjects are not the only area of success as the school has a proud and continuing tradition of excellent achievement in Islamic Studies and Hifz, students going on to study at Medina University in Saudi Arabia as well as Al Azhar University in Egypt. No surprise then that students from MUL win national awards (Q factor as one example). Principal Al Madani is a highly respected Islamic scholar who places strong emphasis on the Islamic Curriculum at the school. Many students from MUL lead Tarawih in mosques in the local community.
Mazahirul Uloom London lights the way for other schools to appreciate how both National and Islamic curricula can be interwoven and yield excellent results.