- Last Updated on Monday, 07 November 2016 11:20
PRESS STATEMENT (07/11/16)
We were inspected between 29th September 2015 and 1st October 2015 by Ofsted inspectors and our Ofsted report was published in November 2015. The report outlined several unmet standards from the Independent School Standards.
The Department for Education wrote to the school asking for an action plan to be produced, which was submitted and received approval.
In September 2016, we were visited by Ofsted inspectors as part of a monitoring schedule. Our monitoring inspection report can be found here.
The monitoring report shows the school has made great progress since the last inspection and now meets a lot of the standards it was not meeting in the last inspection. Unfortunately, not all the Independent School Standards have been met (no previously met standards were found to be unmet) and we are working hard on the remaining standards. We have received correspondence from the Department for Education and Ofsted inspectors will be visiting us again as part of the monitoring schedule.
We would like to take this opportunity to thank pupils, parents, staff, governors and the community for continuing to support the school.
Welcome to Al Ameen Foundation
Head Teacher’s Message
Welcome to Al Ameen Primary School, an independent faith (Islamic) school in the Tyseley area of Birmingham. We are a one form entry school teaching most subjects of the National Curriculum within the context of an Islamic ethos.
We aim to provide education within a caring environment where all pupils are valued and cared for. All this we endeavour to facilitate for within a joyful, harmonious Islamic environment, which teaches love, respect and tolerance for all. As a result, we hope to develop children to be responsible, active citizens within an ever-growing multi-cultural, diverse community, in which all take part and learn from one another.
Please feel free to browse our website and do not hesitate to contact us if you have any queries.
Maulana Mohammed Aminur Rahman (Head Teacher)
Maulana Moin Uddin (Chair of Governors)