Health & Welfare
All accidents, no matter how minor, are reported to the Principal. An accident report will be completed following any incidents. Minor cuts and bruises are dealt with immediately by the first aider, but for more serious injuries, parents are contacted directly.
In urgent cases the child is taken to hospital, accompanied by a member of staff. Medicines are not administrated at the school / Madrasah, unless the child has an ongoing condition such as Asthma. Any medicines must be clearly labelled with the child’s full name, class and its instructions for use. Any child with an infection should be seen by a doctor before coming to school / Madrasah. If the infection is contagious then the child in questions should be kept at home until fully recovered. Check our policy
Our school / Madrasah policy is available to all parents for inspection and contains guidelines laid down by the Department for Education. Staff must ensure that a child thought to be suffering or at risk of suffering from harm should be reported to the designated child protection officer in the school/Madrasah. All school / Madrasah staff and those who come into contact with the students at school / Madrasah will have DBS and CRB checks. check our policy
The school / Madrasah has a policy, available to all parents. Please contact the school / Madrasah if you have any concerns or anxieties about your child’s education. Arrangements can be made to discuss the matter with the Principal or Deputy Head. No member of staff expects abuse, either verbal or physical, from children, parents or members of the community. When a parent is concern or upset about any situation, they have the right to request meetings with the Principal or the Deputy Head. The meeting will only continue in an atmosphere of calm negotiation. Complaints will be logged in the Complaints Book. Check our policy
The school / Madrasah’s numbers of complaints are available to all parents.
The British Muslim School / Madrasah seeks to emphasise the importance of good Islamic etiquettes, as shown to us by our beloved Prophet Sallallahu A’laihi Wa Sallam. This is important not only in the classroom but also in the playground, within the school / Madrasah premises and in the community.
Students and staff are encouraged to greet each other with “Assalamu A’laikum” (peace be upon you) as part of the effort to build an Islamic atmosphere and in accordance with the hadith of the Prophet Sallallahu A’laihi Wassallam ‘spread salaam amongst yourselves’.
We have high expectations from all students in relation to behaviour. Anti-Islamic / anti-social behaviour are always discouraged. Good behaviour is accordingly praised and celebrated with high achievement being rewarded in assemblies and special events.
A behaviour policy at the school / Madrasah ensures that students are made aware of what is acceptable behaviour and that a ‘sliding scale’ of sanctions may be used if unacceptable behaviour occurs. This may lead to detention or, in exceptional cases, suspension or even exclusion. Check our policy
The British Muslim School policy is available to all parents for inspection and contains guidelines laid down by the Department for Education. Staff must ensure that a child thought to be suffering or at risk of suffering from harm should be reported to the designated child protection officer in the school/Madrasah. All school / Madrasah staff and those who come into contact with the students at school / Madrasah will have DBS and CRB checks.
The use of mobile phones is not permitted during school time. Mobile phones in use will be confiscated and kept in school until collected by their parents.
If you require any further policies, please contact the school / Madrasah office