Assunnah Primary School

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ASSUNNAH PRIMARY SCHOOL

We have a very dedicated and hard-working staff who will go that extra mile- as only the best will do for the children in our care. We work in a very close partnership with parents so that every child is fully supported. 

  • ENGLISH
  • MATHS
  • SCIENCE
  • GEOGRAPHY
  • COMPUTING
  • DESIGN AND TECHNOLOGY
  • PHYSICAL ACTIVITY EDUCATION
  • VALUE BASED EDUCATION

We have a very dedicated and hard-working staff who will go that extra mile- as only the best will do for the children in our care. We work in a very close partnership with parents so that every child is fully supported. 

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Year 1

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KEY FACTS ABOUT ASSUNNAH

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Assunnah Primary School is a UK registered independent Islamic primary school established since 2008 (School registration number: 3096088; Charity number: 1097565). It received a ‘satisfactory’ report from OFSED inspectors in July 2010. The school was established in order to raise the spiritual and academic standards of the children in the Muslim community of Tottenham, North London.

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We offer a variety of after school clubs:

We offer a variety of after school clubs:

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  • Cooking club
  • Cricket/Football
  • Handwriting
  • Art club
  • Debating club
  • Archery club
  • Freindship club

After school clubs are, without a doubt, one of the best ways for your children to learn new skills and make friends, whilst also being looked after in a safe environment. Assunnah Primary School offer a variety of after school clubs.

Creating our Children’s future

The school serves 113 children aged between 2-11. The school has a waiting list of over 20 students. Most students are from impoverished communities and are have English as an additional language

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Assunnah Primary School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of all children. To achieve our commitment, we will ensure continuous development and improvement of robust safeguarding processes and procedures that promote a culture of safeguarding amongst our staff, governors and volunteers.

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All adults who work in school have a responsibility to read and understand all safeguarding policies and to act within accordance of the policy at all times. This expectation is displayed on the school’s staff noticeboard, as explained in the staff Handbook and in the visitors ‘Welcome’ leaflet. (Available to visitors at reception)

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Assunnah Islamic Centre (AIC) was established in 1997 by a group of concerned Muslims to advance the Islamic religion, educate the Muslim community and help Muslims settle and adapt to life into their new environment. Located in North London,

London, UK
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Your generous contribution will help us to maintain and develop the wide range of services we offer. Prophet Muhammad ﷺ said: “Allah said: ‘Spend, O son of Adam, and I shall spend on you.’” All monies collected are spent carefully on project to serve our community and invest in the future of Assunnah Islamic Centre. We are transparent on everything we do and work with accountability.
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