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 Choir girls were given the opportunity to sing a nasheed with Omar Esa. We are very excited to announce that the nasheed will be on his new album! The girls have had a fantastic time working with brother Omar and we would like to thank him for giving his time and support to our students.
Masha’Allah our students have done well in their GCSE results. We pray that Allah (swt) grants them great success in this life and the hereafter.
Please find below the results for this year’s GCSE’s.
|Total no. of students: 22||A-C Maths||A-C Eng Lang||A-C Eng Lit|
|Percentage A*- C Passes||68%||73%||100%|
|National Average Percentage A*- C Passes||61%||60%||60%|
71% OF ALL RESULTS WERE A*- C
100% pass for Religious Education with 68% of students getting A* or A grade
***Our top student achieved 4 A*’s, 3 A’s and 1 B***
When including English & Maths 55% achieved 5 or more GCSE’s A*- C.
73% of students achieved at least 1 of the following grades A*- A
84% of students achieved at least 1 of the following grades A*- B
100% of students achieved at least 1 of the following grades A*- C
END OF KS2 ASSESSMENTS
This year our year 6 did the new assessments for Maths, Reading and Grammar. Given the feedback on the greater level of difficulty, our girls Alhumdulilah did very well. They achieved higher than the National Average for each of the subjects, Masha’Allah. We are very proud of our students and their accomplishments. We would like to mention students who did particularly well; Mu’mina Abdullah, Tanisha Afsar, Zoya Atif, Leila Khawari, Rumaysaa Mannan and Rabia Siddique.
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 made ’Expected’ progress or ‘Below the Expected’ progress.
|QUIGS End of KS2 Assessment Results||National Average for End of KS2 Assessments|
|Making Expected Progress for Reading||72%||66%|
|Making Expected Progress for Grammar, Punctuation & Spelling||80%||72%|
|Making Expected Progress for Maths||84%||70%|
Wednesday 16th November - KS3 Big Ideas Day
Monday 14th to Friday 18th November – Anti-Bullying Week
Monday 21st to Friday 25th November – Road Safety Week
Upcoming INSET Dates
Monday 19th December 2016
Tuesday 20th December 2016
School will be closed on the above dates for Staff INSET
Keep yourself updated with all our events and activities through the PTA!
We are currently enrolling students for Reception 2016-2017. If you are interested in applying please complete the form below and hand it in to the school office.
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
Quwwat-ul-Islam Girls’ School’s most current report is available to view below:
School Calendar 2016-2017