Welcome

School

Welcome to Al-Ashraf Secondary School for Girls (formerly Gloucestershire Islamic Secondary School), established in 1994 by the Gloucester Muslim Welfare Association Ltd and now under the proprietorship of Al-Madani Educational Trust. (Registered Charity No. 1134963) 

Since its establishment in 1994 with two classes (Year’s 7 & 8), Al-Ashraf Secondary School for Girls has developed into a successful secondary school providing a high standard of secular and Islamic education. Our GCSE results have continued to improve over the years and are well above national averages. 

Our staff work tirelessly to raise standards ensuring that all students work to their true potential. Students are assessed regularly through homework, class tests and internal exams. At the end of Year 11, students have an opportunity to gain eleven GCSE passes.

In addition to our academic provision, we take pride in our safe, caring and moral & spiritual environment where pupils are nurtured to develop good Akhlaaq (morals & manners) based on the noble teachings ofour beloved Prophet, Muhammad (Sallallahu alaihi wa sallam). 

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School

Poverty Awareness

From April 27th - May 1st, Al-Ashraf Secondary School for Girls will be getting behind an poverty awareness campaign as teachers and pupils commit to Live Below The Line and feed themselves with just £1 a day for 5 days - the UK equivalent of the international extreme poverty line.

The school will be raising funds for the MADE in Europe charity. MADE in Europe is a Muslim-led movement of young people who want to see our community leading the fight against global poverty and injustice.  Inspired by the Qur’anic teaching “Allah does not change the condition of a people until they change themselves” (13:11), MADE in Europe’s aim is to support Muslim communities be at the forefront of the global poverty debate, challenging global norms and becoming leaders of social change.

Live Below The Line is an awareness and fundraising campaign designed to help people understand the challenges faced by those currently living in extreme poverty.

To take part in this unique challenge, sign up on the Live Below The Line website -www.livebelowtheline.org/uk

You can also sponsor the school team at https://www.livebelowtheline.com/team/al-ashraf-secondary-school-2015

Ofsted Report Jan 2015

Ofsted Report

Admission September 2015

All spaces in Year 7 for the new Academic Year 2015/2016 have now been filled.

Please note: Parents can still apply, but their daughters names will now be put on the waiting list.

School Uniform

School Uniform navy blue fabric sold at the school - £3.50 a meter

School uniform white burkhee sold at the school - Small £2.50 - Large £4.00

School Holidays and Term Time: 2014-2015

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GCSE Results 2014

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School Fees for 2014 / 2015

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Tubing activity at Gloucester Ski & Snowboard Centre in Matson

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School Fete Update

Alhumdulillah our Annual Fete held on Saturday 20th September raised a massive £6400!

We are indebted to the community for its continued support.

In particular, we thank all brothers and sisters & the local business community who donated food items towards the fete.

We are also extremely grateful to brothers & sisters who helped clean up afterwards.

Jazakumullahu Khair.

Sports Day Summer 2014 Winners

Sportd Day

Winning Team: Team McDonald's

Marrium Ahmad
Habibah Veshmia
Sharmin Uddin
Samra Ali Khan
Khadijah Moosajee
Rukayyah Panchbhaya
Lillyma Begum
Sofia Khan
Khadijah Patel
Maryam Badat
Rukia Rahman

Well done, Mashallah!

Science Lab Refurbishment Project Update

Alhumdulillah, through the grace & help of Allah (SWT) and the generous support of the community, our science lab refurbishment project was completed over the Spring Holidays.

Science Lab

For more information and photo's Click here.

Book Donations for School Library

We are appealing for book donations (Islamic & general fiction/non-fiction books) for our new school library.

If you have books suitable for secondary school age groups (11-16) and in good condition, please drop them off in the school office.

Jazakallah Khair