Madani Girls School operates a ‘House’ system – each form group within each year group is part of a ‘House’. Details of our ‘Houses’ are below. Each Head of House can be contacted via the email address below for any house-related queries.
Our house system provides your child with a sense of belonging and with the care they need. It provides a platform for them to build positive relationships with staff and students and creates a strong sense of community.
We at Madani pride ourselves in helping to nurture our students character with our core values: Honesty, Excellence, Accountability, Respect and Teamwork.
In our schools and in each house, we care about the whole child, their academic achievements as well as their personal development. We want every student to feel happy, safe, and successful at school. House leaders are dedicated to support students throughout their journey with us and to leave Madani with the knowledge, skills, heart values, and attributes to enable them to not only successfully follow their desired career path, but also contribute to the community and wider society as an exceptional rounded citizen
House Noor Inayat Khan
Head of House: Ms K Hans
Noor Inayat Khan was the first British Muslim spy in World War II who served in the Special Operations Executive.
Noor Inayat Khan was born on New Year's Day in 1914 in Moscow and of dual heritage. She was educated in Paris.
She was awarded a Blue Plaque Award in August 2020.
Noor Inayat Khan was known as a woman who would not stop at anything to secure safety of the world.
She displayed a great amount of resilience in all aspects of her life.
House Lady Evelyn
Head of House: Ms S Ghumra
“Islam has an emphasis on equality as well as education”
As the first British woman convert to Islam on record as making the pilgrimage to Mecca and visiting Medina, Lady Evelyn Cobbold (1867- 1963) cuts a unique figure in the annals of the Muslim Hajj. Anglo-Scottish aristocrat and landowner,
Evelyn Murray had spent childhood winters in North Africa.
House Fatima Al-Fihri
Head of House: Ms S Mulla
“To acquire knowledge one must study, but to acquire wisdom one must observe.”
Fatima al-Fihri was a Muslim woman from Tunisia who founded the first known university more than 1,000 years ago: The University of al-Qarawiyyin in Fez, Morocco. Guinness World Records acknowledges it as the oldest existing and continually operating educational institution in the world.
It’s all thanks to Fatima al-Fihri that universities around the world exist. After founding the world’s first known university, a centre of higher education, it ultimately paved the way for modern universities around the globe.