Madani Maktab Open Day

Wednesday 18th April from 5-7pm there will be “Madani Maktab Open Day” at Madani Girls’ School. 

A detailed presentation will be delivered on the maktab syllabus. Parents will also have opportunity to meet the teachers and tour the maktab. 

Please come along to find out more. Your daughter will receive a letter today regarding tomorrow’s Maktab Open Day. 

For immediate information regarding tomorrow’s event, please contact the school office or speak to the headteacher directly on: 07984153846

School is Open

School will be open on Friday 2nd March. 

Kindly note there will be no after school club.

Parents are advised to check the website before travelling.

Thank you for your continued support. 

Madani Sports & Leisure Centre

Madani Girls' School is appealing to help build a Sports & Leisure Centre. The need of pupils and community have grown and to meet this we are expanding to add: 

  • Sports centre indoors
  • Outdoor (roof) for PE activities 
  • Library 
  • Brand new ICT suite
  • A large hall to cater for larger capacity of audience such as conducting assemblies, events etc


You can also support us by donating. Please click on the following link: 



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Digital Learning Week

Tens of thousands of educators and students across the country demonstrated how technology can improve student learning, as part of the sixth annual national digital learning day. Ms Rumena (Computing teacher), set up a number of activities as a challenge for the whole school. Students were able to achieve a certificate as a result of demonstrating an understanding of the foundations of Computer Science. Class of Safiyyah (Y9) won the coding competition mashaAllah!