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Mission Statement

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Leicester Community Academy aims to:

  • Offer a relaxed and friendly environment.
  • Provide a broad and balanced study of all areas of the National Curriculum.
  • Constantly strive to achieve high standards in all avenues of learning.
  • Uphold the 'moral and manners' of the Prophet Sallallahu Alayhi Wasallam by providing teaching through self respect, respect for parents, elders and others, through the development of personal responsibility.
  • Provide weekly assemblies – incorporating ‘citizenship’ through the teachings of the Qur'aan and Sunnah.
  • Impart knowledge to the pupils for the pleasure of Allah Ta'aalah.
  • Have a positive relationship between the school and the parents.

 

Parents     [Back to Top]

At Leicester Community Academy, we believe that communication with parents is vital, to promote learning, and to give and take effective feedback, regarding pupils and their learning. As a result, a strong relationship, between home and school is essential.

Parents receive two academic reports in a year, keeping them informed of their child’s learning and progress, in all areas of the curriculum, and their physical, emotional and social well being.
The school has two parents’ evenings during the academic year, where parents are encouraged to come and discuss their child’s progress with the relevant teachers, and the head teacher.

Parents are informed when the necessity arises, either regarding performance or behaviour. Parents are usually contacted by the form teacher or the head teacher, or a letter is sent home explaining the schools’ concern. We appreciate parental involvement in the education and the tarbiyah of the children.

The school has a homework policy, and a timetable has been set up. Parents are encouraged to support the school’s policy on this, and ensure that their child completes all homework, by monitoring their child’s work and signing the homework diary. Feedback and communication with the teachers can be relayed via the homework diaries.