Al Barakah believes in setting high standards and goals. We find that best results are achieved through a partnership with staff, students and parents.

Parents should:

  • Ensure that their child attends Al Barakah School regularly, and inform the school of any absences and/or holidays to be taken
  • Make sure their child arrives punctually
  • Make sure their child is properly equipped
  • Make the school aware of any concerns or problems that might affect their child’s work or behaviour
  • Ensure all homework is completed to the best possible standards, supporting their child at all times
  • Support the school’s policies and guidelines for behaviour
  • Provide a suitable snack for break time
  • Make sure that appropriately covering and modest clothing is worn
  • Inform Al Barakah of any allergies their child may have
  • Inform Al Barakah about any Special Educational Needs their child may have
  • Ensure that their child is aware that vandalism of any kind will not be tolerated, and action will be taken
  • Be polite to all members of staff and address them in a courteous manner
  • Act in a courteous way to the residents who live in close proximity to Al Barakah
  • Not send their child to Al Barakah if he/she is unwell

Al Barakah encourages parent contributions and participation in school events. Please contact if you would like to get involved.

The student should:

  • Do their utmost to behave according to Islamic manners
  • Attend school regularly and on time
  • Bring all the equipment they need for school
  • Wear appropriately covered and modest clothing, and be tidy in appearance
  • Complete all their class work and homework on time, and as well as they can
  • Be respectful to teachers and staff at all times
  • Be polite and helpful to others, being careful not to disrupt the class or cause offence to fellow pupils
  • Keep the school free from litter and graffiti
  • Treat the building and its contents with care
  • Strive to act in a courteous manner to the residents who live in close proximity to Al Barakah, being a good example at all times
  • Not intentionally harm any persons at the school through malicious words or actions