Introduction

Darul Uloom London was established in 1988 and is situated in Chislehurst, London. The surroundings are very attractive and peaceful and the school is easily accessible from all directions.

The Islamic ethos of the school is of the utmost importance. In order to promote the Islamic ethos, Darul Uloom School places strong emphasis on Islamic manners, behaviour, punctuality, Islamic dress code, mutual respect for fellow pupils and utmost respect for staff and parents. Darul Uloom School provides higher Islamic education alongside secular education.

Our hope is that our students will become imams and religious leaders in the future, serving the Muslim community in the UK, and making a positive contribution towards social cohesion in our multi-cultural society.

Aims & Objectives

In common with all Muslims, our aim is to live our lives in accordance with the wishes of Allah.

Our hope is that, by providing high quality Islamic and Secular Curriculum education for the Muslim community, in accordance with the Noble Qur’an and Sunnah of our Beloved Prophet (saw), we will ultimately produce students who practice Islam and serve the Deen of Allah. Our purpose is to produce great scholars and Huffaz to preserve and transmit the eternal message of Allah.

The institution helps children to explore and develop their Islamic identity as a natural part of their mental, emotional and personal development. The school aims to prepare Muslim students to be good Muslims and responsible citizens; to embed in the student a sense of discipline; to enable them to grow up to become upright, respectable and worthy citizens of their respective countries.

The values of the school go hand in hand with the promotion of British Values.

Premises

The school is a purpose built hostel constructed in 1974. Its premises comprises of 130 modern boarding rooms in addition to classrooms, dining hall, assembly hall, prayer hall, playing fields and 2 car parks with over 70 spaces. The total area of the building is 10 acres. All the 130 modern rooms have standard facilities including cupboards and drawers, full carpeting, beds and mattresses. Each room is generally shared by two or three boys.

An extension was built in 2007 consisting of 18 classrooms, science laboratory, prayer hall and wudhu (ablution) facilities.

Ethos Statement:

  • Children and young people are part of our community, entrusted upon us by Allah. It is therefore our duty, our responsibility and our privilege to nurture them in learning moral values and in obedience to Allah.
  • We aim to educate our children to participate effectively and constructively within society from within a spiritual, Quranic and Prophetic perspective through the means of example, dialogue and positive communication

In accordance to schools’ commitment to provide support for the pupils who have difficulty in English, the school will work together with English teachers to provide additional support for these pupils in the following ways: –

  • In-class support to facilitate access to the full curriculum
  • Withdrawal for intensive work on basic literacy/numeracy skills
  • Ensure that programme of study and the materials used to deliver them are suited to the pupils’ needs, enabling them to achieve and progress.

Islamic Ethos

The Islamic ethos of the school is of the utmost importance. In order to promote the Islamic ethos, Darul Uloom School places strong emphasis on Islamic manners, behaviour, punctuality, Islamic dress code, mutual respect for fellow pupils and utmost respect for staff and parents.

Our hope is that our students will become imams and religious leaders in the future, serving the Muslim community in the UK, and making a positive contribution towards social cohesion in our multi-cultural society.

The institution services to the UK Muslim and Non-Muslim community

This institute has a prominent social and religious status within the British community. We at the school provide services to all including:

  • Multi faith programs and events -Islamic Competition
  • SharÂ’ee council – conflict resolution panel
  • Organizing cultural events for non-Muslim