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Visiting someone who is sick isn’t always easy, but it can be a great comfort for the patient.
The grade 4 students of the Al Muntazir Boys Primary visited their neighbouring school Al Madrasatus Saifiyatul Burhaniyya on
On Saturday, 6th May 2017 parents of form two students gathered together for a coffee morning.
Birthday celebration at Al Muntazir Girls Primary School
Field trips are lots of fun and provide students an alternative educational opportunity away from their regular school enviro
The students had the opportunity to visit the male wards and meet the patients who are undergoing treatment.
The AMGPS team with the Grade 7 Prefects accompanied by the teachers of IRE and VALUE department paid a visit to AMSEN.
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At Al Muntazir Islamic Seminary we value the contribution made by parents through their ideas and involvement in various school activities; and welcome parents to a variety of school events, which take place throughout the year.

We have a Home School Agreement – a three-way partnership involving the school, parent and child. Through this, we join together to ensure that our children feel valued and achieve their full potential. We believe it is these successful and effective partnerships that underpin the development of our positive, respectful and confident children.

At the primary schools we hold ‘welcome’ meetings for parents of first years prior to the start of the new school year. Throughout the term, we send information about various aspects of your child’s education, including how your child’s learning at home can be supported, for example by attending parent workshops held during the year e.g. phonics, maths, e-safety.

Parent-Teacher conferences are held at the end of each terms, which provide an opportunity to view your child’s work and discuss your child’s progress with the class teacher. Parents receive a written report towards the end of each term. We welcome your feedback on all aspects of school life, which helps to inform priorities for the school development plan.

Each Friday afternoon your Nursery child will bring home a school folder containing homework or other information from the school.  We do try to only send information home to you on Friday so that you can retrieve this from your child’s bag if they forget to hand it to you.  If your child is absent on Friday then the information is available from the School Office.

Parents are also welcome to come to school to share in class assemblies and open days.

If, as a parent, you feel you have a concern, you should firstly speak to your child’s class teacher. If unresolved, please contact the Principal.  If you are still unsatisfied you may wish to contact the CBE Secretariat and ultimately the Board.