The Boys Branch
The boys branch (Madrasah) provides Islamic and National Curriculum to boys aged between 11-16 years from all ethnic backgrounds. Therefore, not only will individuals become inspiring role models that will benefit the community, they will also become leaders and scholars of Islam, Inshaa-Allah.
Our mission is to provide education in an Islamic environment that encourages good discipline, behaviour, tolerance and respect, in order to achieve goals by developing potential, thereby creating role models for the community. We want each student to feel appreciated and happy, and to be able to enjoy their learning through a stimulating environment which celebrates their individuality.
We hope to work closely with the community to allow their children to achieve and succeed during their time at RGS.We hope that our school becomes the stepping stone that will provide your children with an Islamic Framework to allow them to succeed in this world and ultimately in the hereafter.
Your comments and feedback would be welcomed and highly appreciated, to create strong foundations for the future.
Your duas are requested for this school to be successful in achieving its aims inshaa-Allah.
At RGS, we believe all children have a right to a broad, balanced and satisfying education which provides continuity and progression whilst taking into consideration individual differences.
We aim to provide this by:
- adhering to the Core National Curriculum subjects and some further National Curriculum subjects
- providing an environment in which pupils are encouraged to adopt through the understanding of Islamic codes of practice
- providing pupils with an Islamic Education in which they can progress after secondary school
- encouraging pupils to develop self-discipline, respect for themselves, respect for fellow students and staff and to contribute towards a well ordered and caring school
- maintaining an exciting and stimulating learning environment
- encouraging pupils to appreciate other cultures and traditions, which will enhance their own faith
- treating all pupils in a dignified manner
- setting suitable learning challenges
- securing pupils motivation and concentration
- facilitating pupils acquisition of knowledge, skills and qualities, which will help them to develop intellectually, emotionally, socially, physically, morally and spiritually, so they may become independent, responsible, confident and considerate members of the community
We envisage that through our curriculum and provision, our pupils will learn to become positive contributors to their local and wider communities.
The Islamic ethos of the school presented in the mission statement and the school aims, is the foundation of our curriculum, and automatically takes precedence over any other guidelines.