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Our Staff

Quwwat-ul-Islam is proud to have a hardworking, enthusiastic, caring and passionate team of staff members.

School Chair Person
Haji Abdullah Dalal Patel

Head Teacher
Mr Asif

Deputy Head Teacher
Ms S Member

Senior Leadership Team (SLT)
Ms Bulbulia
Ms A Ahmed (Office Manager)

Admin Team
Office Manager – Ms A Ahmed
Admissions Officer – Ms Yasmeen
Receptionist/Examinations Officer – Ms Lahrech

Primary Team
Reception Teacher – Ms Ansar
Reception TA – Ms F Jahan
Year 1 – Ms A Dalal
Year 2 – Ms S Ali
Year 3 – Ms Chowdhury
Year 4 – Ms Khatun
Year 5 – Ms A Akhtar
Year 6 – Ms F Patel
Islamic Studies & Quranic Studies – Ms Gajia
Arabic & Quranic Studies – Ms R Patel

Secondary Team
Science Teachers – Ms Basith and Ms Zaman
English Teacher – Ms N Dana
Maths – Ms Shoaib
Arabic & French Teachers – Ms I Janati & Ms Munshi
Geography/History – Ms M Hisbani
Religious Studies/Citizenship – Ms H Bulbulia
Business Studies – Ms Chowdhury
Quranic Studies/Islamic Studies – Ms Bulbulia
PE Teacher – Ms Hussain
KS3 Computing Teacher: Ms Rahman

Support Staff
TA – Ms Z Yousuf
Apprentice TA – Ms A Kassam
Apprentice TA – Ms A Mehta
Display coordinator – Ms Zannath
Midday Assistant – Ms Ibrahim
Midday Assistant – Ms Ali

Caretaking Staff
Harun Lakdawala
Zulaikha Abdullah

School Management Committee
Faruk Patel
Salim Kidiya
Ilyas Oughradar
Naem Member

Academic reports:

The school will provide parents with a progress and attainment report for each registered child at the end of each academic year.

Provisions for SEN and EAL:

A pupil is defined as having Special Educational Needs (SEN) if he or she has a learning difficulty, which requires special educational provision to be made for him or her. All pupils with SEN must have those needs addressed, via a broad and balanced education. The school has employed qualified support staff to ensure the educational needs are met for those with learning difficulties.

OFSTED Inspections:

The school will provide a copy of the report to each parent by the date specified by the inspection body.

Health and safety for Educational visits:

Risk assessments are conducted by members of school staff prior to a scheduled school trip in order to ensure the safety of the students. All staff members are required to point out potential hazards on the journey to the trip and on location. These hazards are labelled according to risk levels (high, medium or low risk) and teachers are expected to provide possible solutions to avoid these hazards, i.e. how to safely cross the road, how to safely get on and off the train.