Educational Visitors

Madni Institute has pledged to give tarbiyah to all pupils so that they display the qualities of exemplary muslimahs. It is the quality of a good Muslim and Sunnah of our Prophet s.a.w. to show tolerance and respect towards other faiths and races, remembering that it is only Allah who can judge between us and that it is only our taqwa that makes us better amongst each other.

Local Police Officer

Our local officer held a workshop about transferrable skills and helped students visualise and create links between their everyday skills and possible future career paths or further education. Information was given to students regarding career paths in the police, opportunities were given for students to ask questions. 

Three Faith Forum Wokshop

In order to build these qualities in our pupils, we arranged for the 3FF to visit the school on the 21st of January. The 3FF is an organisation which works to create harmony between faiths and encourages pupils to ask questions in a mature and respectful way. The exposure was welcomed by our pupils Alhamdulillah.

PREVENT Workshop

Keeping our responsibility to safeguard our children and to establish tolerance we also arranged a visit by PREVENT, who carried out workshops with our pupils and talked to them about what radicalisation is and how to keep themselves safe from it. PREVENT is a branch of the Police who work closely with a variety of organisations including most schools and helps prevent feelings which may lead to intolerance and radicalisation.

Careers Guidance Workshop

Career advisory service (ADVIZA) visited to speak to pupils of years 9, 10 and 11 at school. The students learnt about the changing world of work, the options they have after year 11 and also had the opportunity to look at where a degree can lead them. In addition to this our students had one to one interviews with a specialist Careers Adviser in order to prepare them for further education.

Comments from Visitors:

I am delighted to inform you that the responses to the evaluation forms your students and staff filled in on the day were also overwhelmingly positive, and for all of us at 3FF it was a really interesting set of sessions also”.Siobhán Anderson
- Schools Assistant 3FF

I would like to thank you for allowing us the opportunity to engage with you and your students.  I am extremely pleased to hear the students found the sessions interesting and hopefully we can foster a great relationship over the coming months and years. It was refreshing to hear the comments on them both wearing the head scarf and that the students appreciated this”. Naheem Bashir - Prevent Coordinator (Engagement & Partnerships)|Thames Valley Police

The best behaved students I have ever seen in my career” Susan Sharp – Careers advisor Adviza