Opened on the 7th July 2003, Al-Khair began its journey with five pupils. In over ten years, the school has 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 objective 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 achieve 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]
* GCSE Results 2013*
GCSE Results Day (Thursday 22nd August 2013) Al-Khair Secondary School pupils celebrated excellent GCSE results. Once again the pass rate is a fantastic 100% (A*-C grades in 5 of more GCSE subjects including English and Maths). Overall 53% of our grades were A*s and A’s and 75% of all pupils achieved the prestigious English baccalaureate.
Year 11 pupil Danish Hafeez, walked away with 12 A*s in English Language, English Literature, Mathematics, Statistics, Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Geography, History, Spanish, ICT and Religious Studies plus an A in Arabic. He goes on to take his pick of the top schools in our country to further his educational aspirations.
Our other highest achieving students include:
Samim Ahmed Yasin - 8 A*s and 4 As
Fareed Omar Raghdo - 7 A*s and 4 As
Ismaeel Adnan Siddiqi - 3 A*s and 9 As
The Headmistress Mrs Aisha Chaudhry, commenting on the results stated “I am delighted that the hard work of our Year 11 pupils and their teachers has been rewarded with such an outstanding set of GCSE results. We are confident that our pupils will leave our school with a competitive advantage. Equally important for us however, is the belief that pupils who leave our school understand that academic excellence is only meaningful if used to benefit society as a whole”.