Manchester Muslim Prep School

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‘And say! My Lord, Increase me in Knowledge.’ (20:114)

Mission Statement

Our aim is to create a caring and warm atmosphere within which pupils can develop their full potential.

Through the teaching and practice of Islam, in the light of the Quran and Sunnah, we aim to develop a love for Allah (SWT) and confidence in their identity as young British Muslims.

By providing stimulating and differentiated work, setting tasks and goals that are achievable to all, we aim to acknowledge and actively encourage all abilities within the school.  Our target is to continuously assess and positively reward the effort and progress made by our pupils.  We have high expectations of our pupils not only in academic excellence but also in standards of behaviour, appearance and character, both inside and outside the school.

We aim to equip our pupils with skills to face the challenges of today’s changing world by encouraging communication, personal growth and confidence at all levels.

We aim, Insha’Allah, to maintain close cooperation between the school, parents and the wider community.

Welcome to our School

In 1993, a group of Muslims set about establishing a playgroup which would cater for the needs of young British Muslim children. Following on from the success of the playgroup and the growing demand for a high quality Primary Education within an Islamic context, the Manchester Islamic Educational Trust was formed in 1994 and set about establishing the first Muslim Primary School in Manchester. Alhamdulillah, 23 years later, with the support of the parents and wider community the school is flourishing.

MMPS is a fully Independent Primary School which caters for children aged 3 to 11 years old. The school is DfE registered, follows the National Curriculum and alongside this, it offers lessons in Quran, Arabic, French and Urdu. We are supported by a highly skilled staff with a wealth of teaching experience and a passion for education, along with dedicated and supportive parents. Together we have established a cohesive team and a determination to prepare our children for life as citizens of our society. Our high standards and academic success were recognised by OFSTED during our last full inspection. Further the results from MMPS KS2 test results speak for themselves and continue to be well above the national standard.

Please see our SATs results and Ofsted Report in the Academic Life section.


2 days ago

Manchester Muslim Preparatory School Official

Reception learned that children as young as they are (5 years old)) in poor countries often don't have fresh water taps, and instead have to fetch water. The water sometimes isn't even clean, and the Wells and rivers are often long distances from their homes, they might even have to dig a hole to get the water and then carry it back by themselves. The girl in the photo takes 3 hours to bring back the water ( so she has to work from when they start school to when we start lunch carrying heavy buckets.) We tried carrying half a bucket of water it was too heavy to carry for long and we got tired quickly. One children are so buy getting water they don't have time to Go to school. 😞

We had a go at filling jugs with dirty water and decided we didn't want to even wash our hair in it never mind drink or cook with it! We also said there wouldn't be enough water to wash all our families clothes or drink especially in a hot country etc

We put our hands on the path and learned that often children have shoes that don't fit that make blisters on their feet or no shoes at all which makes their feet very cold, dirty and sometimes stones cut their toes. We felt blessed to have so many shoes and grateful that our parents had let us share our old shoes to help those children.

In our key groups we discussed what pictures were rights and which were only nice things that we don't fully need. We then decided which we thought were the most or least important. We realised that we must make duas for children who aren't given their rights and so feel sad, and for the adult's hearts to be made soft so they will help ensure they are given their rights from now on.

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