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Al-Aqsa School Statement - Daily Mail Article 20th April 2014 


 

What has been described as a "scurrilous" article has been published by the Mail on Sunday about the chair of trustees of Al-Aqsa School, Ibrahim Hewitt, and the school itself. We believe that the article is filled with inaccuracies and is intended to create mischief; legal advice is being sought. We will endeavour to keep parents advised of what is happening at all times via the website during the school holidays. Please bear with us and remember everyone involved with Al-Aqsa in your duas.

End of Statement

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"The noblest charity is that a Muslim acquires some (beneficial) knowledge , then imparts it to a brother Muslim, " (Ibn Majah)

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Founded in 1998, Al-Aqsa is a full-time, non-selective school for children aged 3 – 13 (and planning to go to 16 years old, insha’Allah). We offer a broad and balanced holistic curriculum that integrates Islamic perspectives throughout all academic subject areas, with a focus on the Qur'an and character development. Our curriculum places an emphasis on personalised learning. Pupils of all ages are challenged to do their personal best and guided to become independent, creative learners.

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