School Policies

Safe Guarding Policy


We constantly try to improve our services to pupils, parents and the community. As part of this we have a comprehensive complaints policy and procedure which is available for inspection at the school.

No. Of complaints received in the last academic year: 0

safe guarding Children

The school has a holistic approach to the safeguarding & welfare of children and implement the latest government guidelines in safer recruitment and child protection.

All staff are subject to thorough recruitment checks and vetting prior to being employed.

Staffs receive child protection training in order to equip them to help ensure the well being of all children in their care. The school additionally has a nominated child protection officer who is trained to a suitably higher level.

The schools safeguarding policy will be sent to all parents and can be viewed here.

Parents need to be aware that the school will take any reasonable action to ensure the safety of its pupils. In cases when the school has reason to be concerned that a child may be subject to ill-treatment, neglect or other kinds of abuse, staff have no alternative but to follow current child protection procedures.

Health & safety

The school has a health & safety policy and implements robust procedures to ensure a safe environment for all pupils, parents & staff.

The premises are equipped with a fully functional and well maintained fire safety system. All electrical and gas fittings and systems are regularly inspected and maintained to meet regulatory requirements.

Staff are trained in First-Aid care and all classes are equipped with first aid and sanitary kits


safety on school visits

Pupils will during their school life take part in many educational & leisure visits.

All school visits will be planned with safety in mind. This includes carrying out risk assessments, providing of first aid staff and equipment, good communication via contact lists of parents and staff.


All pupils should be safe and happy at Normanton House School and we have procedures and strategies to ensure this is the case.

Parents and children should know what to do if they are concerned that bullying is occurring.

We take allegations of Bullying very seriously.

The Health and Safety, Safety on School Visits, and Anti-Bullying policies are available from the school upon request.

For detailed information please download our Anti-bullying Policy and Procedures Document.

Code of Conduct for staff can be viewed here.


"Enjoining, all that is good is Sadaqa" (Al Bukhari)

"The believer's shade on the Day of Resurrection will be his charity." - Al-Tirmidhi

"Give charity without delay, for it stands in the way of calamity." - Al-Tirmidhi

With all gratitude and praise to ALLAH First and Foremost and then with gratitude to all (volunteer helpers, parents of pupils, pupils, teachers, supervisors, administration staff, trustees and public) the Normanton House (Islamic) School of the Al-Akram Trust (registered charity number 1077822) has in its Ramadhan Appeal of 1436H raised on initial accounting just over £40,000.

May ALLAH, The Exalted, Reward you all in return for your invaluable help a place in HIS Janna that covers this universe.

In addition to this we would like to announce that the pupils of the Normanton House (Islamic Girls Secondary) School who sat their GCSE exams 2 years earlier than the national norm all (100%) acheived the highest grade.

This is due to their very hard effort and the very hard effort of their teachers. We are grateful to all (helpers, parents, pupils, teachers, admin staff, organisers) who have had involvement of any in this effort.

We again are deeply grateful to you all out there for your continued support to us here at the Al-Akram Trust.

May ALLAH Grant you all the highest of Rewards in return.

Again and ultimately all praise and gratitude goes to our Most Gracious LORD ALLAH WHO Has Made all this be.

May the Peace and Mercy and Blessings of ALLAH Be upon you
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