School Day

School Hours

Temporary timings to minimise infections during the pandemic:

School gate opens: 8.30am

Period 1: 9.30-10.20am

Period 2: 10.20-11.10am

Period 3: 11.10am- 12pm

Break: 12-12.25pm

Period 4: 12.25-1.15pm

Salah and Lunch: 1.15-2.05pm

Years 7 & 8 will have lunch from 1.15-1.40pm in their respective classrooms and will pray Zuhr from 1.40-2.05pm.

Years 9, 10 & 11 will first pray Zuhr from 1.15-1.40pm and then have their lunches in their classrooms from 1.40-2.05pm.

Period 5: 2.05-2.55pm

Period 6: 2.55-3.45pm

There will be no after school clubs or trips for the foreseeable future.

Hifz: 3.45-5pm

When Hifz classes resume they will be held on Monday-Thursday from 3.45-5pm. Students will be kept socially distant to minimise risk of infections.

Parents who drop off and collect their children will now have to do so from outside the main gate. This is for the safety of our students and our staff. If you need to come inside the school grounds for any reason please let the school office know beforehand.

Jumuah:

Unfortunately, we will be unable to facilitate Jumuah for our students if we are to abide by social distancing measures. As such, the school will close after period 3 on Fridays (12pm).

 

Monday to Friday  8.45 am to 3.15 pm
Year 7 & 8 extra-curricular clubs are on Tuesday from 3.15pm-4:05pm and Year 9 and 10 clubs are on Wednesday from 3.15-4:05pm

Home work club (optional)
Thursday from 3.15pm-4:05pm

Year 11 will have booster and revision lessons throughout the year. These will be confirmed to students and parents as and when they are arranged.

Break time
Morning break is between the 3rd and 4th lesson daily for a 25 minute duration, i.e. between 11.30 am – 11.55 am. Students will be accompanied by the teachers on monitor duty to the Bethnal Green Gardens park, located adjacent to the school building.

Lunch and Payer time
The second break (for Zuhr prayer and lunch) is between the 5th and 6th lessons, for a 50 minute duration, i.e. from 1.35 pm to 2.25 pm. The Zuhr prayer is first prayed in congregation, thereafter the students have lunch. There is no free lunch provision at the school, as such students have two options: either to bring a healthy and balanced lunch from home, or to have a school lunch. The school lunch is supplied by our selected catering company and the school regularly works with the caterers to ensure that the meals provided are healthy and nutritious for the students.

Holiday
Holidays are in accordance with the holiday regulation of Department of Education. However, some adjustments are made for special Islamic days.