Islamic school

Norbury Manor High School, Kensington Avenue, Thornton Heath, CR7 8BT


The policies for HyderiIslamic School are available to view below:

Fist Aid policy

SEN policy

Child Protection policy

Fire Safety policy

Behaviour policy

Attendance and absence policy

Admissions policy

Privacy policy

Assesment policy


School Time:

The lesson begins on time at 9:30 a.m. All the students are supposed to be in class by 9.30am and anybody coming after 9.30am will be marked late and after three lates the student will have to go for detention.


Pick-up time:

The school ends at 2:00 pm.  Class 1 students finish at 1:30 pm. 


Late pick up policy:  

It is imperative that parents pick up their children on time. A late fee will be charged at the rate of £2.00 for every 15 minutes past the scheduled ending time of the class. This policy will be strictly enforced! 

If someone other than the parent is collecting the child, please make certain that the class teacher is informed at drop off time.



Tests/assessments will be carried out throughout the year as this will also give appropriate assistance to those children who require it. 


Dress code:

The student must observe the dress code according to the Islamic law. 

Girls: The entire body must be covered with the exception of face and hands. The Hijab has to be worn from home. 

Boys: Long pants and trousers must be worn with proper long sleeve tops. T-shirts with obscene characters or unIslamic slogan is forbidden at the school. Please parents do take extra care.  



Madrassah meets only once a week so a single absence can affect your child’s progress. Every child is expected to attend Madrassah regularly and on time (9:30 am). If a child is to remain absent for any length of time the class teacher must be informed so that work may be set. 



As part of the Schools policy, you are requested not to bring any nuts or products which may contain nuts or sesame seeds into the premisesas we have a number of children who suffer from nut and sesame seed allergies. Children bringing in food containing nuts or sesame seeds in their lunch boxes will be stopped from consuming them on the premises by the teachers to safeguard other children.



The Madressa fee is to be paid during registration.  Annual Fees for GCSE and A-level does not include the examination fee. 

Verse of the day

" Allah sets forth the Parable (of two men: one) a slave under the dominion of another; He has no power of any sort; and (the other) a man on whom We have bestowed goodly favors from Ourselves, and he spends thereof (freely), privately and publicly: are the two equal? (By no means;) praise be to Allah. But most of them know not. 16:75 "

Hadith of the day

The one who recites the Quran and the one who listens to it have an equal share in the reward.
Mustadrakul Wasail, Volume 1, Page 293 Prophet Muhammad (saw)
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