AL HUDA PRIMARY & LITTLE GEMS
We want children at Al Huda Primary & Little Gems to learn, to lead and to make a difference
White T-shirt/long sleeve
Navy Blue polo jumper
Please label all clothing and personal equipment with your child’s name
Pupils who arrive in school wearing clothes which are inappropriate may be given alternative items for the day or parents may be asked to take children home to change.
- Extreme haircuts, dyed hair, hair spiked up with gel, glitter and motifs cut into the hair are not allowed and may result in your child being sent home.
- A watch and one set of stud earrings (one in each ear lobe) are the only jewellery which is permitted but are actively discouraged due to the high incidence of accidents involving jewellery.
- Make-up and nail varnish are not allowed.
High heeled shoes are unsafe in school and contravene Health & Safety Regulations. Any platform or heeled shoes are not acceptable pupils must wear flat, safe shoes at all times. Children are also required to wear socks. We would like to clarify what the Governors consider to be suitable and safe footwear for school:
- Shoes should have heels no higher than 1 inch (2.5cm)
- Heels should be wide and flat (Party type shoes are inappropriate and dangerous for school)
- Boots are to be only ankle high
- Heavy duty boots, particularly those with re-enforced toes, are unacceptable
- Slingbacks, plastic ‘jelly’ type shoes, flip flops and clogs are not allowed
- Shoes should have closed toes.
- Learning program with after-school
- Positive learning environment
- Learning through play
POPULAR EDUCATION FOR YOUR CHILD
Children grow physically, mentally, emotionally and spiritually through activities relating to themselves and others. Within our school, we have a wealth of diversity of thought, experience and culture, which enhances each child’s development.
It is our intention to create a very happy ‘family school’ where there is a sense of purpose and well-being, a connection with our precious pupils and their families, a place where children and adults are glad to be. Good behaviour is looked for, acknowledged and always rewarded.
By consistently focusing on the child’s strengths and achievements. We aim not only for academic success but also to build a tradition of respect, good manners, and a sense of responsibility amongst our children. Your children will have the widest possible curriculum in a positive climate that enables everyone to succeed.
Al-Huda has many factors within the school to inspire all our children to become strong, enthusiastic and happy learners
At the same time, to also revive holistic Islamic Tarbiyah, and by using the Qur’an and Sunnah as guiding beacons we educate children on Islamic knowledge, creed and morals.
In regards to our Islamic faith throughout our daily life. We provide a religious syllabus which develops our children’s knowledge and understanding of our faith.
In a responsible manner, showing respect, courtesy and consideration at all times in accordance with the teachings of the Prophet (ﷺ). We have very high expectations of our pupils in this regard and all children are encouraged to act as Ambassadors for Islam, throughout primary school.