We hope you are in the best of health and Iman. We, at Jamia Al-Hudaa, are committed to the continuous improvement of our students’ education; hence, progress is being made in the number of courses that we can deliver to our students after they have completed their GCSE Examinations.
As you know, the main course that is studied at the Jamia is the Aalima Course. This is also supported with Educare courses which develop our students in vital areas such as child protection, health & safety, risk assessment, fire safety which are mainly covering level 2 qualifications. This is also supported with the broader curriculum that our students experience during their stay at Jamia such as SMSC (Spiritual, Moral, Social and Cultural), Fundamental British Values, Physical Education, Careers Guidance and general life skills gained through residential life, external visits, visitors and assemblies.
In addition to this curriculum, we strive to work with external education providers in order to present further options which complement, enhance and open up further options for our graduates in their future pursuits.
However, with the parental contributions already being heavily discounted, these additional courses will come at an extra cost to the student/parent which will be payable directly to the provider before the course can be initiated. Only those courses can be delivered which have sufficient students enrolling. The fees for the courses will be non-refundable in the event of any student deciding to withdraw.
If your daughter would like any option that is not available and the main course at Jamia is not a priority then we recommend that you seek alternative provisions besides Jamia.
Confirmed details in regards to each subject/course, such as exam fees or duration, will be finalised in due course. This consultation is to get an understanding on the number of students that are interested in applying for the subjects.If you have any enquiries regarding your daughter’s course, please do not hesitate to contact us.
Head of Curriculum