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Pupils’ social, moral, spiritual and cultural development is outstanding. Pupils are very well prepared for the next steps in education, training and employment.

-Ofsted 2014

Uniform

The school uniform standards are high. We operate an 'entrance mat check' each morning to ensure students uphold our high standards with regard to the dress and appearance code and to check on essential items for a successful day. This includes checking that students have the correct uniform and that it is neat and tidy.

 

As a reminder our uniform code is as follows:

 

Boys dress code:

·         Olive green jubba with black trousers.

·         Hair should be kept at one length; a hat must be worn.

·         Every pupil must make sure his body and uniform is clean and tidy.

·         Nails should be kept small and clean.

·         Black fleece top with the Olive logo may be worn.

 

Girls dress code:

·         Olive green jilbab with black trousers.

·         A black cardigan with the School’s logo may be worn. (No other cardigan is permitted) 

·         Hair should be covered by a black scarf (Pashmina); outside the School the face must be covered.

·         Every pupil must make sure her body and uniform is clean and tidy.

·         Nails should be kept small and clean.

 *Please note; Uniform must be purchased from the School admin office. 

P.E. uniform

·         Boys:  Black jogging pants with white tops

·         Girls: 2 in 1 scarf and full sleeve kameez with black jogging pants

 

Jewellery

·         Boys: Watch only- students may not wear wristbands or tags- if found it will be confiscated.

·         Girls: Jewellery is limited to the following: A watch and ear/nose studs.  No other jewellery is allowed and will be confiscated. For Health and Safety reasons any other type of body piercing is not allowed.

 

 

Uniform is available at the school, Please contact the Admin Office for further details.

Any non-uniform found will be confiscated and may be returned at the end of the term.

 

 

 

Safeguarding

Every one of you people is a shepherd. And every one is responsible for whatever falls under his responsibility. A man is like a shepherd of his own family, and he is responsible for them."

-Bukhari, Muslim

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Child Protection

The following couplet summarises the effect a parent has upon his/her child: The parent is like a mirror, the reflection it gives, the child adopts. If the reflection is good, the child is good. If the reflection is bad, the child is bad. The first and foremost desire of parents is to prepare their child for a bright and successful future.

Thus every parent hopes and wishes that their children be pious with excellent character but this can only be achieved if the correct method towards this goal is adopted and the right environment created from the very beginning

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Why Us? Read it Yourself!

  • With a need for an Islam-compliant environment and quality education I arrived at Olive Secondary School in its early days of the year 2008. Olive provided me with the opportunity to study two sets of curriculum, allowing me to develop spiritually/morally and academically. Always being offered a personal concern and effort from the hardworking staff and school members is what has made this truly unique for me. And after 7 years, our journey at Olive comes to an end as students, as we leave with the best years of our life and the most precious of memories. Teaching more than just books, Olive is an outstanding place to learn.

    Olive Student

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