Hifdh Teacher/Islamic Studies Learning Support Assistant (25 hours per week) – October 2018 Start

Sep 12, 2018 by

Noor Ul Islam Primary School Published: 12 September 2018
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How to Apply
Please complete the application form attached to this advert and return to murrium.razak@noorulislam.org.uk by Tuesday 18th September 10am.



Our school is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and all posts will be subject to an enhanced DBS check and references will be required prior to offer and appointment.

The Noor ul Islam Trust is a Registered Charity based in London.

The Trust provides a whole range of services to the local community. Since 1990, the Trust at our Head Office on High Road, Leyton, London E10, has provided the local, national and international community with welfare services.

Noor ul Islam Primary School started in September 2001. The school is a 15 minute walk from Noor ul Islam Trust’s Head Office.

Noor ul Islam Primary School is a mixed one-form entry Independent Islamic Primary School with 160 pupils on roll coupled with an extensive, oversubscribed waiting list. Noor ul Islam Primary School is a dynamic, forward-looking Islamic school. We focus all our energies on providing outstanding teaching and learning experiences within an Islamic, caring and secure environment.

We are looking for someone:

  • with a positive disposition
  • who enjoys working with children
  • who believes all children are talented and can achieve
  • who will be an excellent role model for our children
  • who demonstrates and appreciates professionalism in their own conduct
  • who wants to continually develop themselves, achieve great things and is ambitious
  • who generates energy in the school, is calm and approachable towards staff, parents and pupils
  • who will uphold excellent Islamic morals & conduct
  • who is passionate about teaching and achieving high standards

For this role we are looking with the following additional qualities:

  • Haafidh of Qur’an/in process of completing and experience teaching hifdh
  • experience of working with children as an Islamic Studies teacher and holds relevant specialist qualifications.
  • Excellent ICT skills in both English and Arabic
  • Knowledge of the Arabic language (ideally conversant)
  • Creative approaches to the delivery of the Islamic Studies curriculum


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