Iqra

5th floor, The Maryam Centre, East London Mosque, 45 Fieldgate Street, London E1 1DU
Tel: 0207 650 8947 Mobile: 075 0756 4313

Our Aims

We aim:
  • To provide national curriculum subjects for young pupils which will be broad, balanced and relevant to each individual pupil by maintaining OFSTED standard.
  • To deliver skills based training for adult people to enhance their employment abilities in these competitive job markets.
  • To help children to develop self-esteem and self-confidence and to recognise that they have a worthwhile contribution to make to the London Iqra Institute.
  • To create a happy and positive learning environment, fostering mutual respect, consideration for others and personal responsibility.
  • To be committed to developing physical mental and spiritual strength and positive relationships with parents, promoting education as a partnership between home and London Iqra Institute.
  • To establish effective working relationships with other professionals, for the benefit of all.
  • To understand the Islamic values for building a peaceful society.

We will achieve our aims through:
  • The recognition that all children are unique individuals at differing stages of emotional, intellectual, physical, social and personal development.
  • A rich, stimulating diverse and differentiated curriculum, of which the National Curriculum is a part, which encourages exploration, reflection and progression and which acknowledges the pupils' individual needs as they develop.
  • A close co-operation between home, London Iqra Institute and the community The encouragement of a critical and constructive understanding of the environment.
  • A physical environment which is pleasant, safe and attractive and seen as everyone's responsibility to maintain and take pride in.
  • A code of discipline based on positive behaviour where children receive praise and encouragement within a rigorous and consistent framework of what is expected of them.
  • A friendly, secure atmosphere of trust, tolerance, co-operation, sensitivity, compassion and mutual respect, where individual beliefs and values are accepted and treated as equally valuable and where each person can grow, free from prejudice, negative stereotyping and bias, as a person and as a valued member of society.
  • The encouragement of self-reliance, self-confidence, self-discipline, creativity and optimism for both young and adults.
  • The encouragement of confidence to be able to freely express likes and dislikes.
  • An understanding that everyone is responsible for their own actions and the effects such actions have on others.