Manchester Islamic High School for Girls celebrates Outstanding achievement
In recognition of Manchester Islamic High School for Girls recent award of ‘Outstanding’ in all areas of their recent Ofsted inspection, the school trustees organised a celebratory dinner for staff members at the British Muslim Heritage Centre to reward and celebrate the result of the inspection.
The girls’ secondary school, established in 1991 by the Manchester Islamic Educational Trust as the first Muslim school in the city, caters for over 200 girls aged 11 to 16 and has consistently demostrated excellence in balancing quality teaching and learning with providing a caring and nurturing Islamic environment for their students.
Manchester Islamic High School for Girls’ recent activity report, detailing the recent events and news of the past few weeks, offers an example of the diligence and commitment of the staff, students and school leadership in maintaining an outstanding school.
Headteacher Mrs Mona Mohamed said, “On behalf of the staff we would like to say a huge thank you to the trustees. We hope that everyone’s hard work and dedication is rewarded in the hereafter as well as in this world.”