Jamiatul Ummah is geared toward helping students to achieve their academic goals while imparting a sense of community and religious values to our students. We watch each student closely to monitor their academic and personal growth, offering one to one consulting in order to implement a plan of action that is specific to each individual. This allow our pupils to work to their greatest strengths and grow in harmony.
We are a small school, and our intake is approximately 33 pupils per year into our Year 7 cohort. We still have places in Year 7, 8 and 9. Do not delay in making an application.
Jamiatul Ummah School meets ALL Ofsted Standards - Monitoring Inspection November 2016.
All pupils in Year 11 achieve 100% A*-C grades including English and Maths - June 2016
Jamiatul Ummah Ranked 42nd Best School in England - Daily Telegraph 2015
Jamiatul Ummah means “communities”. Our school character comprises of creating a space where togetherness, community and a united group of strong, upstanding and committed young men are able to combine and learn. As a scholarly body we provide compulsory secondary education to boys between the ages of 11 and 16. Our education system is in alignment with Islamic values, with emphasis placed on equipping the boys and young men in our care with everything they will need to succeed in life beyond our walls.
Jamiatul Ummah School is a pioneering Muslim boys secondary school, opened in 1997. Our school motto is to achieve academic excellence embedded in strong Islamic tradition. We remain informative, committed to academic excellence and producing the greatest forward thinkers of tomorrow.
Our Photo Gallery showcases the strengths of our school: our students. View some of the extracurricular activities we offer, as well as special events, and even snapshots of the day to day life at the school
Jamiatul Ummah is housed in a historic grade II listed building in the heart of East London. We are a school whose values are ingrained in Islamic teaching and whose vision is to produce students who flourish as contributing UK citizens.
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