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.
KS2 National Test Results 2017
Masha’Allah, we are very proud of our students and their accomplishments. They achieved higher than the National Average for each of the subjects. We would like to mention some of our students who achieved significantly higher than the expected scaled score of 100, achieving over 110; Samah Ahmed, Musfirah Butt, Khadija Farhan, Azeen Manal, Hajar Ibrahim and Adina Raza who scored the maximum score of 120 on the maths tests.
Please find below the results for this year’s assessments and how they compare to the National Average. There are no longer any levels and assessments are marked as having achieved ’Expected’ progress or ‘Below the Expected’ progress.
|National Average for End of KS2 Assessments||QUIGS End of KS2 Assessment Results|
|Making Expected Progress for Reading||71%||90%|
|Making Expected Progress for Grammar, Punctuation & Spelling||77%||93%|
|Making Expected Progress for Maths||75%||79%|
For more information regarding these assessments please see this link.
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
Monday 8th May to Thursday 11th May – SATs
Monday 15th May to Thursday 22nd June – GCSEs
Saturday 27th May –Ramadan
Upcoming Inset Dates
Friday 31st March 2017
Tuesday 18th April 2017
Friday 26th May 2017
School will be closed on the above dates for Staff INSET
Star of the Week
Week beginning 10th July 2017
|Class||Name of Child||Comment|
|Reception||Khadeejah. Ahmed||I have chosen Khadeejah for this week star of the week the reason being is that khadeejah works extremely hard in class and never gives up. She’s a very responsible member of the classroom and is always eager to help her teachers and her fellow class mates. She’s always working independently and sets an example in her work ethic. Well done Khadeejah.|
|Year 1||Zoha Saiyed||Zoha is an enthusiastic learner who enjoys all her lessons. She takes responsibility for her own learning and seeks new challenges. She uses her instincts to deals with matters independently and in a positive way. She sets an example of excellence in behaviour and cooperation. Well-done!|
|Year 2||Huda Malik||I have nominated Huda Malik for her continuous hard work and aspirational qualities. Huda has become very confident with her 3 and 4 times table and she has won the time table game in class, numerous times.
She is a huge inspiration to everyone in class. Well done Huda.
|Year 3||Insharah Butt||Insharah is a very quiet individual but very polite and hard working. She has been working extremely hard this term during literacy and numeracy. She has exceeded her target and moved up on both subjects. This is an inspiring quality and I am very proud of the way she has developed throughout each term. Well done.|
|Year 4||Khatijah Farhan||Khatijah has been trying really hard to participate in class activities; this is reflected in her work. She tries to complete the work that is set for her. So A* for effort. Well done.|
|Year 5||Laiba Mateen||Laiba has been chosen as Star of the week as she has been working extremely hard in every lesson. She has excellent behaviour and shows patience in every situation. This is an inspiring quality and I am proud of her development throughout each term.|
|Year 6||Hafsa||Hafsa is a team player. She contributes to classroom discussions and willingly participates in activities. She is an inspiration for her class. Keep it up Hafsa!|
|Islamic Studies||Bisma Khan||I have nominated Bisma for Star of the Week for her hard work and her understanding of the Qaidah. Masha’Allah Bisma has made an excellent improvement in learning and joining the Arabic letters of Qaidah. Also, Bisma’s behaviour is excellent Masha’Allah and she sets a good example for her class mates.|
“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”