The National Results tables have recently been published.
Assalamualaikum, Welcome to Quwwat-ul-Islam Girls’ School
Quwwat-ul-Islam Girls’ School was established in August 2003. Initially, the school enrolled just fifty pupils but over time, by the Grace of Allah, the school expanded and has gone from strength to strength. In September 2005 the school was extended to cater for Secondary pupils also.
We now cater for pupils from Reception to the end of Year 11, teaching the National Curriculum Subjects as well as providing a solid Islamic education within a nurturing Islamic environment. Your daughter will, InshaAllah, leave Quwwat-ul-Islam Girls’ School with the knowledge, maturity and confidence to face a bright and successful future.
Quwwat-ul-Islam Girls’ School celebrates diversity and welcomes applications from children of all faiths and backgrounds.
Quwwat-ul-Islam Girls’ School thanks all of its past and current parents for their continuous support and cooperation.
Our outstanding GCSE Results in 2017!
Masha’Allah our GCSE results this year have been excellent, with 92% of students receiving 5 or more A*-C and 9-1 equivalent grades. We are very proud of our graduating class and we pray Allah (SWT) grants them success in this life and the hereafter.
92% of our students achieved 5 or more A*-C equivalent passes at GCSE
– 100% 9-4 Maths
– 92% 9-4 English
We welcome all feedback from parents and would encourage parents to take the opportunity to complete the questionnaires attached below.
Please find below the analysis of our last questionnaire
Upcoming Inset Dates
Monday 30th October 2017
Tuesday 2nd January 2018
Thursday 29th March 2018
School will be closed on the above dates for Staff INSET
Star of the Week
Week beginning 6th November 2017
|Class||Name of Child||Comment|
|Reception||Saidah Osman||Saidah sets an example of excellence in behaviour and cooperation. She is kind and helpful to everyone in and out the classroom. Saidah holds many interests and is keen to share it with her peers, making friends quickly. Masha’Allah Saidah is a conscientious and hard-working student. Keep it up!|
|Year 1||Aila Gani||Aila has shown wonderful progress in her phonics and literacy. During this term, Aila has done a good job and has taken pride in her work, making sure her classwork is completed to a high standard with quality in mind. Her writing has been a joy to read over the past few weeks. Keep up the good work Aila!|
|Year 2||Khadeejah Bint Kamal||I have nominated Khadeejah for star of the week. She has shown excellent knowledge of tajweed and good memorisation skills. She has come out of her shell and supported her fellow classmates with memorisation of the Juz Amma. Keep up the great work Khadeejah!|
|Year 3||Zarah Chamadiya||Zarah ensures she completes her class work and is confident to ask questions and give feedback. She also asks to clarify if she does not understand something. She has put in excellent effort in all her subjects and aims to achieve high. During group activities she respects others, participates and shares. Mashallah keep it up.|
|Year 4||Aarosh Aamir||Aarosh is our star of the week for the quality of responsibility. She has shown friendship to her class mate when she was feeling lonely. This is of no surprise to me as Aarosh is always kind to everyone in the class. Well done Aarosh.|
|Year 5||Rayanne Farrugia||Rayanne has demonstrated enthusiasm to learn in her lessons. This positivity and energy motivates her peers greatly. Also, Rayanne ensures that she fulfils any responsibility given to her instantly and I pray she keeps it up.!|
|Year 6||Arifah Chaudhury||Arifah has settled in really well in year 6! She respects her fellow peers, teachers and new students that have joined her class. Arifah is always very welcoming and caring towards everyone. She enjoys giving everyone hugs, including teachers!
May Allah swt reward her for all of her efforts she makes to put a smile on someone’s face! Ameen
|Islamic/Qur’anic Key Stage 1||Aisha Said||Aisha Said is a hard working student who is committed to doing her best and strives to reach her full potential. Aisha is kind and helpful to everyone in the classroom and can be depended on to do what they are asked to do. Well done Aisha and keep up the excellent behaviour.|
|Islamic/Qur’anic Key Stage 2||Sara Alvarez||Sara has only been with us at Quwwat for a few weeks yet has shown such good manners and excellent behaviour. Masha’Allah Sara has memorised a great amount of Juz Amma and is confidently able to recite them. Well done Sara and continue striving for success.|
“I am very thankful to Allah (SWT) for showing the right direction and choosing this school”
“The work that the teachers and staff are doing is beyond what I imagined”
“My child is very excited to come into school and we’ve seen a lot of change in her”
“Masha’Allah the school has a really good feel about it, from the moment you walk in. It’s a friendly and welcoming space”
“The office staff and teachers are very kind and polite. They really do care about the students. You can tell the students are happy and comfortable, in the safe environment, that is Quwwat ul Islam Girls school”
“My child is happy at school”
“My child is encouraged to work hard and try their best”
“My child is encouraged to maintain a healthy life style at school”