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1 Abu Bakr Boys School Prospectus Address: Kent Street Walsall WS2 7AN Tel: DfE Number 335/6013

2 Welcome to Abu Bakr Boys School Assalamua alaykum, The Holy Prophet Muhammad (SAW) said: On the Day of Qiyamah, a crown of such brilliance will be placed on the heads of the parents of the one who learnt the Qur an and practised on its laws; it s glitter will outshine the brilliance of the sun which pierces your houses. Then, what do you think will be the position of the one who learnt the Qur an and acted in accordance with it? (Sunan Abu Dawud) Our school s philosophy is that every child matters. We are committed to raising standards of achievement and ensuring a culture of high expectations and success for every pupil. This success comes not only in the form of academic achievement but development of character as guided by the teachings of the Qur an and Sunnah of our beloved Prophet Muhammad (peace and blessings be upon him). This view was confirmed during an Ofsted inspection of the school in November 2014, which judged the school to be good. We do hope you will take the time to read our inspection report. The report is available on the Ofsted website We want all pupils to feel safe and secure. We also want to support them in becoming independent learners. We expect all pupils to achieve the best results they can, as well as becoming rounded, confident and responsible young British Muslims who contribute positively to their respective community and society as a whole. These are very exciting times for our school. We are continuing to improve and move forward at pace. Our aim is to ensure a well ordered atmosphere where the focus of all activities is on the quality of learning and teaching in a strong Islamic environment. We look forward to meeting you and welcoming you to a happy, successful and vibrant school Insha Allah. Wasalaam Maulana Mohammed Ramzan (MA) Head Teacher

3 Introduction The Abu Bakr Trust is a Charity (Charity Number ) which was established in 1998 under the stewardship of its founder and chair, Maulana Muhammad Luqman Sahib. The Abu Bakr Trust runs: Abu Bakr Nursery Abu Bakr Primary Abu Bakr Boys School Abu Bakr Girls School. Madrasah (Supplementary evening classes) for over 1000 pupils Abu Bakr Masjid providing Salah facilities for over 1500 worshippers, adult classes and alima classes. Established in September 2006, Abu Bakr Boys School is a sizeable school with over 200 pupils on roll. Proprietor: M. M. Luqman Kent Street Walsall Aims and Objectives Our Aims: Provide a safe, welcoming environment in which pupils feel confident and secure. Value each pupil as an individual ensuring they reach their full potential academically and spiritually. Encourage good behaviour, respect and the value of working together. Provide pupils with the opportunity to develop their leadership skills. Enhance a sense of belonging and strengthen commitment to British society. Empower our pupils to become aspiring, effective and productive members of our society. We aim to ensure that our pupils will grow and develop an Islamic personality based upon the teachings of the Holy Qur an and the teachings of our beloved prophet Muhammad SAW

4 All praise is due to Allah SWT who is our Creator and Sustainer. It is Allah alone who deserves all praise. Almighty Allah is unique in all His attributes and His power evades everywhere and all time. May peace and blessings be upon our final and beloved Prophet Muhammad SAW. The following Qur anic ayah shows the high place that education has in Islam. Allah will exalt in degree those of you who believe, and those who have been granted knowledge and Allah is well acquainted with what you do. Surah al Mujadilah, Sipara 28 Whilst the benefits of being in the path of knowledge are truly immense; He who goes out in search of knowledge is busy in the cause of Allah until he returns from his quest. Tirmidhi It is only through gaining knowledge can we advance as a society. Our aim is to provide a strong Islamic environment in which our pupils achieve their full potential and go on to become outstanding ambassadors for Islam. We are committed to creating a culture of learning in which pupils will strive and flourish, academically and spiritually. Our school is based on a foundation of the teachings Islam and we endeavour to provide a journey that fosters true Iman and love for Islam in the hearts and minds of our pupils, staff, and parents. Admissions Parents need to complete an application form and send it to the school together with an administration fee of 200 and a copy of the prospective pupil s birth certificate, Year 5 Primary School report and predicted End of Key Stage 2 levels. Please note the administration fee is non-refundable and is not part of the school annual fee. On receipt of the application, a reference request will be made to the prospective pupil s existing school. On receipt of a satisfactory reference, a confirmation letter will be sent. Parents and pupils will be invited to the school for an interview should it be deemed necessary. A decision for admission will follow this interview and a formal letter will be sent to parents. This decision will be made at the discretion of the head teacher and is final. If it is felt that an application cannot be accepted a letter regarding this decision will be sent to parents as soon as possible. All parents will be expected to support the schools Islamic ethos and to nurture and encourage Islamic values at home. All parents/guardians of year 7 pupils are expected to attend an induction evening in June/July of the year of entry. Parents/Guardians are advised that our standard admission number is 24 pupils (maximum) in each class. Currently there are two classes for each year group; therefore parents are advised to apply as early as possible, as places are quickly filled. Preferences are given to siblings of the school. Incomplete applications will not be processed until all documents and information have been received.

5 The School Day School begins at 8.45am and finishes at 6.00pm Monday to Friday, and Saturday from 8:45am to 12:15pm. Monday- Thursday Friday Hifz/Aalim classes 8:45am Registration & Lesson 1 10:00am Break (10 mins) 10:10am End of Break & Lesson 2 11:10am Lesson 3 12:10pm 12:55pm Lunch Time (45 mins) 12:55 pm 1:10 pm Form Time Academic Lessons 1:15pm Lesson 1 2:05pm Collective Worship (Zohar) 2:25pm Lesson 2 3:15pm Lesson 3 4:05pm Break (10 mins) 4:15pm End of break & Lesson 4 5:10pm Lesson 5 6:00 pm School Ends Hifz/Aalim classes 8:45am Durood Sharif Majlis / 99 Names of Allah Collective Worship 9:00am Assembly 9:30am Registration & Lesson 1 10:10am Lesson 2 11:10am Lesson 3 12:10pm 12:55pm Lunch Time (45 mins) 1:05pm Collective Worship (Jummah/SurahKahf) Academic Lessons 1:45pm Lesson 1 Lesson 2 Lesson 3 4:10pm Break (10 mins) Lesson 4 Lesson 5 6:00 pm School Ends Saturday timetable (Saturday Classes are compulsory) Hifz/Aalim classes 8:45am Registration & Lesson 1 9:25am Lesson 2 10:05am Lesson 3 10:45am Break (15 mins) 11:00am Lesson 4 11:40am Lesson 5 12:10pm School Ends

6 Behaviour and Discipline The Prophet of Allah SAW was sent not just to eradicate transgression and to uphold Islam, but he was also sent to bring mankind to higher levels of good character. The Prophet of Allah has said: Indeed, I Rasul Allah have been sent to perfect good character. (Al-Hakim) The Prophet of Allah (SAW) himself displayed exceptional character, and was himself a manifestation of excellent character to the extent that he was praised by Almighty Allah: And you, surely, possess sublime moral excellences. Surah Al-Qalam Good manners and good character are very much demanded in Islam. There is nothing heavier in the scales of the Hereafter than good character (Tirmizi and Abu Daud). Our aim as a school is to build character of our pupils and instil in them a love for Deen. Our school Behaviour Policy and Code of Conduct reflects these aims. We are committed to involving parents/guardians as soon as a problem of discipline arises. Our welfare Officer, Mr Khaja Hussain deals with pupil welfare. The head teacher is only involved when it is felt that the pupils are persistently being disruptive. We have a variety of ways of dealing with pupils who are having difficulties. These include: Pupils are removed from the classroom Detentions during Lunch time or Break time. Detentions are given after school Pupils are put on report where behaviour in all lessons is closely monitored Pupils receive a suspension or in very serious cases an expulsion Under no circumstances does the school tolerate any form of bullying. The school has an anti-bullying policy in place to reprimand any pupils involved in such behaviour. A copy of the school s Behaviour Policy is available upon request. Uniform at Abu Bakr Boys School White Kurta White Jubba White trousers (not below the ankle) Black jumper (no zip, buttons, no logos etc..) White netted hat No tracksuit bottoms

7 P.E. Uniform Black Tracksuit bottoms White Plain T- Shirt No logo s (e.g. Adidas,Reebok,Nike) If any of the above uniform is not worn to school, then this will result in a sanction. Also haircuts must be of 1 size, for example size 2 all over. Step cuts, designs any other sort of haircut is prohibited and will be dealt with by a sanction. Mobile phones No mobile phones, ipods or any other type of electrical items/gadgets will be allowed on school site at any time. Confiscated items Pupils who do not comply with the correct uniform will have items confiscated and will not be returned until the end of the academic year. School Planners All pupils are issued with a School Planner in September. This is used to relay information to Parents, key dates and homework deadlines. Parents are required to sign the planners weekly. Curriculum Our pupils follow all core subjects (National Curriculum) and a good selection of other subjects. Additionally, educational trips and enrichment activities are organised, at an extra cost, throughout the year. These are both beneficial and informative. Pupil attendance is expected to all events. English as an Additional Language Policy is available upon request Subjects Taught KS3 English Mathematics Science ICT History Citizenship World Religions Religious Education Physical Education Art Arabic KS4 English Language English Literature Mathematics Science (Double Award) ICT Arabic Citizenship Religious Education Biology

8 Hifz at Abu Bakr Boys School Hifz is committing the Holy Quran to memory. Since its inception, as the traditional sciences and knowledge of Islam have been oratory; passed on from generation to generation, we are proud to continue this time honoured Islamic tradition. The Holy Quran is the primary source of Shariah Islamic Law and thus the importance of memorisation of its text and understanding its intricacies, deeper meanings as well as literal are self-evident. All the great Imams were not only excellent jurists of their time but Huffaz of Quran. In this day and age where the tradition of learning by memory is a dying art, we have the distinction of keeping alive this ancient tradition at our school. Hadhrat Uthman (Radhiyallahuanhu) narrates that Rasulullah (Sallallahu alaihi wasallam) said: "The best amongst you is he who learns the Quran and teaches it." (Bukhari, AbuDaud, Tirmidzi, Nasa'i, IbnuMajah) In most of the books, this hadith is quoted with the word 'and' between 'learns' and 'teaches' as above. Thus the greatest reward would be for him who learns the Holy Quran and thereafter teaches it to others. But in some of the books this hadith is narrated with the word 'or', in which case the meaning would be: "The best amongst you is he who learns the Quran or teaches it." According to this version, the reward is general, i.e., equally great whether one learns himself or teaches to others. Thus there would be equal virtue for both. The Quran is the basis of the religion of Islam, and on the preservation and propagation of the Quran depends on the very existence of this faith. Hence the virtue of learning and teaching the Quran is self-evident and does not need further elucidation. There are, however, various degrees of excellence. The highest is to learn the Quran along with its meanings and purpose, and the least is to learn its words only. Our students are given the opportunity to memorise the Holy Quran. Our Aim is to make every student a Hafiz within 3-5 Years, students vary in ability, therefore, some will be able to complete it within 3 years and some take up to 5 years. We currently have 8 Hafiz classes and a total of 120 students memorising the Quran. A total of 53 students have now memorised the Holy Quran since We have 8 classes and 10 Hifz teachers.

9 School fees for academic year Year Amount Year Year Year Year * Year * 350 GCSE Fees Notice One term s notice must be given in writing if parents wish to withdraw a pupil. A terms notice means notice given before the first day of a term and expiring at the end of that term. In such a case, if that notice is not given, the full terms fees are payable. It is expected that in every case, parents or the authorised guardian will consult personally with the head teacher before notice of withdrawal is given. Internal Assessments At Abu Bakr, our assessment procedures include end of topic tests in all subjects throughout the year. Pupils sit formal examinations in January and June. Any concerns are swiftly reported to parents/guardians. School reporting system Abu Bakr Boys School s strength lies in Parents Evening, which is held three times a year, once a term. This is an invaluable opportunity to talk to teachers and staff at Abu Bakr Boys School. We value the partnership between school and home. Our reporting system is designed to strengthen this relationship. Parents who do not attend parent s evening are expected to see their son s teachers soon after, in order that your sons progress can be discussed. Parents of year 7 pupils receive a progress review in October. Extended learning Other areas covered in school include: Visit from Connexions Career Adviser /IAG (Information, Advice and Guidance- Careers) PSHEE (Personal, Social, Health and Economic Education) This is a continuous course and is a time-tabled lesson for pupils from years 7 to 9. It is designed to encourage pupils to develop their personal and social skills and values in such a way as to prepare positively for adult life. Form teachers also play a leading role in the delivery of the PSHEE course.

10 Learning outside the classroom As a school we believe firmly in providing our pupils with a curriculum that is varied, challenging and creative. We believe that learning outside the classroom firmly meets all three aims. When pupils learn outside the classroom they become motivated as it stimulates interest, curiosity and passion for doing. These types of activities broaden horizons, enable the pupils to develop new skills and build relationships with their peers. They encourage our pupils to be more engaged with learning and therefore more likely to do well. Learning outside the classroom can also support areas that are difficult to cover in the classroom. As teachers, we value its inspirational quality because it enables our pupils to understand better for example, what is the point of learning how to do a survey for geography if you never actually do it? We fully appreciate that many of our pupils travel from all over the West Midlands and the challenges that this brings. However, at times parents will need to have arrangements in place so they can be dropped and collected from school at times beyond the normal school day. Where possible, we provide parents with as much time as possible to allow appropriate arrangements to be made. Long distance trips are kept to a minimum, so parents are rarely asked to make these alternative arrangements. Parents are however reminded that as pupils move up the school, there will be a greater need for them to attend school earlier and remain in school later as they begin their preparations for what will be some of the most important examinations of their lives. All pupils will be expected to take part in ALL offsite activities; however parents will be given notice before such arrangements are made. We therefore expect that parents will support the school fully at all stages of their sons learning journey. The school policy on Health and Safety on Educational Visits is available upon request.

11 The Code of Conduct We recognise the importance of disciplined approach to life in school. Our school cannot enjoy a secure and well-ordered environment without it. We believe in rewarding pupils who are positive towards the school, others and their learning. 1. Self Respect Take care to present yourself, especially concerning uniform, punctuality and good behaviour. Take care of your belongings. Work hard to do class work and homework on time. Be proud of your achievements Be co-operative and trustworthy. Think things through for yourself. 2. Respect for others Move quietly and sensibly about the building. Be a good listener. Always speak politely. Be helpful and welcoming to visitors and people who are new in the school. Never bully or act in a way that is unpleasant to others. 3. Respect for Learning Make it easy for everyone to learn and for teachers to teach. Arrive on time for school and for all school lessons. Begin and end lessons in an orderly way. Ask teachers for help when you need it and always try to help each other when appropriate. 4. Respect for the School Environment Take care of the school. Look after rooms and furniture and leave them tidy for others to use. Take care of displays of work around the school. Keep the school a litter- free zone. Think about the health and safety of others both on your way to school and in your movements around the school. Health, Welfare, and Security of pupils Abu Bakr Boys School is a small and friendly place. If pupils have problems they are free to contact a member of staff. DTCP is Mr. Khaja Hussain. If pupils become unwell or have an accident at school and are unable to continue lesson, parents/guardians will be contacted as soon as possible. Parents/Guardians will be asked to sign pupils out before leaving the school premises. Taking medication If pupils need to take medication, they must always leave this with the first aider Mr. Hozaifah Pathan. Parents/Guardians must send a letter stating the dates and times that medication will need to be taken. Only prescribed medication and paracetamol can be given.

12 Attendance and punctuality Pupils must arrive in good time for morning registration. It would be appreciated if parents/guardians give us their maximum support on issues such as punctuality and attendance. Parents Parents are responsible for ensuring that their son attends school regularly & punctually. If your son is prevented for any reason from attending school, parent should notify the school as soon as possible on the first day of absence by telephone ( ). Parents must try to keep all medical or dental appointments for pupils outside school hours. If pupils need to leave school during the day to attend medical appointments, they must bring with them a medical letter before the appointment day. They must be collected by an authorised person and must sign out. Where this is not possible, parents/guardians MUST contact the school when pupils arrive home safely. Prior permission from the Headteacher will be required before pupil can leave school without parental supervision. The school may, at its discretion dismiss any pupil for persistent irregular attendance or lateness. For all extended leave, parents must contact the head teacher and make an appointment to discuss the nature and duration of the visit. For all extended leave an appointment must be made with the Headteacher, where your request for extended leave will be discussed. Pupils MUST attend school regularly & punctually. If pupils are late, they MUST sign the late book in reception, giving the reason for lateness Pupils who are experiencing difficulties in attending school regularly or on time should seek help from their Form Tutor or Welfare Officer. Extended Leave An extended visit to the country of family origin provides important opportunities to reaffirm family, linguistic and cultural identities. As such they can be positive personal and educational experiences. At the same time there is evidence to indicate that visits resulting in significant absence from school during term time can have negative impact on attainment. The law states that families do not have the right to take children out of school during term time. Our school therefore will only allow an extended period of absence of two weeks during term time in exceptional circumstances. Pupils who are off school on extended leave for more than 2 weeks will be removed from school roll. In extreme circumstances, a further two weeks of extended leave may be granted but will be deemed unauthorised and therefore parents will be charged a penalty fee of per

13 week for up to the two weeks. This payment is due on the first day of return. Should pupils not return to school after this period, pupils will be removed from school roll. If a pupil is unwell on return, for which a medical note from a GP will be required or if there have been airline errors which cause a delay for return, official documentation will be required, e.g. a letter from the airline. Parent should note: Only one such absence will be granted during your son s secondary phase. At any time where attendance issues concerns the Local Authority will be notified. No leave will be granted during the period in which external examinations take place. Parents will be notified if this is the case when application for extended leave is made. Weddings and holidays do not count as exceptional circumstances and therefore will be deemed as unauthorised absence. Any pupil who takes such a leave of absence will be removed from school roll. At no time will leave be granted for year 10&11 pupils Term time Holidays School will grant up to and no more than 3 days leave at the end of a term for holidays abroad Concerns We believe that you will find it easy to contact us if there are any concerns about your son s welfare, needs or progress. A given issue can be solved either by contacting your son s form teacher or if you prefer with the welfare officer. Please phone for an appointment so that a mutually convenient time can be arranged. We work in close partnership with the Local Education Authority support services. Whenever necessary, those involved in working with your child will liaise closely between home and school in the interest of the individual pupil. All School Policies are available on request from the School Office including: The Child Safeguarding Policy The Anti- Bullying Policy The Complaints Procedure and the number of complaints for the previous academic year. EAL Policy Behaviour Policy Health & Safety Policy Academic performance during the preceding year.

14 MANAGEMENT 1 Mr Mohammed Ramzan MA Islamic Studies 2 Mr Haroon Rashid MA Islamic Studies 3 Mr Mohammed Jamal MA Islamic Studies SCHOOL TEACHERS 4 Mr Babrou Miah BSc Hons PGCE 5 Mr Khalid Zaman MA Hons Islamic Studies 6 Mr Haroon Ashraf BA Hons (Mathematics) QTS 7 Mr Afzal Hussain BSc Hons (Science) 8 Mr Moznu Miah BSc Hons (Engineering) 9 Mr Mohammed Hussain Lvl 3 Diploma Children & Young people 10 Mr Attique Ahmed BSc Hons Computer Science 11 Mr Kahil Ibn Noor BA Computer Electronics 12 Mr Khalid Ahmed BA Hons English 13 Mr Mastaf Sarwar BA Computer Electronics 14 Mr Sajjaad Hamid QTS BSC Hons Bio-Chemistry 15 Mr Saqib Malik BA Hons History, History Education QTS 16 Mr. Suleman Allouh BA English, BA Arabic 17 Mr Mohammed Sulemana BA Hons PGCE Mathematics 18 Mr Adnan Alam BA Business Studies 19 Mr Sohail Ghalib BA Mathematics 20 Mr Zahir Daya ADMINISTRATORS 21 Mr Khaja Hussain NVQ Level 3 Business 22 Mr Hozaifah Pathan Btec 1 st Diploma ICT 23 Mr Omar Salloo MA Islamic Studies 24 Mr Irfan Akhtar BSc Hons (Business ICT) 25 Mr Attique Ahmed BA Computer Electronics ISLAMIC STUDIES 26 Mr Masood Rashid MA Islamic Studies 27 Mr Ishaq Hussain MA Islamic Studies 28 Mr Ibadul Islam MA Islamic Studies 29 Mr Kauser Miah MA Islamic Studies HIFZ 30 Mr Mohammed Imran BA Islamic Studies 31 Mr Mohammed Rezwan MA Islamic Studies 32 Mr Juned Sarigat MA Islamic Studies 33 Mr Ashraf Patel MA Islamic Studies 34 Mr Javed Iqbal MA Islamic Studies 35 Mr Qamar Usman MA Islamic Studies 36 Mr Ibraar Shah MA Islamic Studies 37 Mr Mahir Ibn Salim BA Islamic Studies 38 Mr Saleem Salloo BA Islamic Studies 39 Mr Khalil Nana BA Islamic Studies 40 Mr Abrar Umar BA Islamic Studies 41 Mr Asad Nana MA Islamic Studies Maintenance 42 Mr Ifraz Alam Level 2 food Hygiene

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