Opened on the 7th July 2003, Al-Khair began its journey with five pupils.  In over ten years, the school evolved into a fully fledged primary and secondary school, with over 350 pupils.

Al-Khair is a unique Islamic school which provides an exceptional standard of education, a breadth of extra-curricular activities and strong pastoral care.

In essence, the fundamental objectives of Al-Khair is to produce well balanced, confident and articulate individuals who will take the initiative to better their communities and surroundings.  We are proud to say that we are currently succeeding in our vision of becoming one of the best schools in London.



Our primary aim at Al-Khair is to acheive excellence in education for our students within a cultivating, caring and secure Islamic environment.

The strong academic background we provide will help them graduate and take their place in society, as Muslim professionals who will not only serve as role models for generations of Muslims to come, but also as intelligent and thoughtful citizens who will serve as ambassadors between Islam and the West. [Vision Statement]


UK Maths Challenge

The UK Mathematics Trust have invited Sumayyah Imran in Year 9 to attend the Mathematics Masterclass Day in London. The event is being organised under the auspices of the Royal Institution Masterclasses, and is exclusively for pupils who achieved the best scores in their schools from Year 9 in the UKMT’s Intermediate Maths Challenge. Well done Sumayyah!


*AMS-UK School Of The Year Award 2013*

We are pleased to announce that the Association of Muslim Schools Award for ‘School Of The Year 2013’ was presented to Al Khair Secondary School. We would like to thank all of our parents and friends for your ongoing support, love, and dedication. Without you, we couldn't have got to where we stand today as ‘The School Of The Year’.


* GCSE Results 2015 *

GCSE Results Day (Friday 20st August 2015) Al-Khair Secondary School pupil’s celebrated excellent GCSE results. The pass rate is a fantastic 92% (A*-C grades in 5 of more GCSE subjects including English and Maths).

Masha'Allah, star pupil Yusuf Ali walked away with 6 A*'s and 3 A's. 

Other highest achievers included:

Osman Rokni - 4 A*'s + 7 A's
Ali Abdoullah Hacene – 4 A*’s + 4 A’s
Danyaal Ghafoor – 1 A*' + 10 A's
Sumayyah Islam - 3 A*'s + 5 A's
Nambula Kanyama - 3 A*'s + 3 A's
Hosna  Mahmood– 2 A*’s + 3 A’s

We hope they continue to strive for excellence and wish them all the best for their future endeavours.  Well done to all of our pupils for their hard work, parents for their cooperation and to our teachers for their dedication throughout the year.