Head Girl

The Head girl is always a year 11 student. This is a role which they can show on thier post 16 applications as it allows them to develop a range of skills including; good communications and leadership skills.

Dear parents and readers,


Although my journey at Madni institute is drawing to an end, I have taken the opportunity to look back and appreciate and admire the challenges the school has faced and how it has overcome them, the school was set up with a few students and resources however, with the support of the staff and parents, the school was able to grow and flourish Madni institute used its small size to its advantage to ensure all students were given attention they require to reach their full potential. Allah (swa) answered the duas of those who had sincere intentions by bringing success to the school. Through fundraisers, bake sales and other events, which I am pleased to have been a part of, we were able to raise money for our school, local and international charities. These opportunities have allowed our school to come together and become stronger. By being head girl, I hope to do the best I can to implement the tarbiyah I have been taught and shown by my teachers. I hope this will allow me to be a role model for all the students’ inshallah, I hope inshallah by fulfilling my responsibilities to the best of my ability for all that they have done to shape me into the young confident muslimah I am today.

Head girl 

Sara Muhammad



Dear parents and readers,


My journey with Madni Institute started in 2011, when the school first initiated. Coming from a comprehensive primary school, I did not know what to expect from this school. After attending Madni Institute from the very beginning, I realised that this is the right place for me. Madni Institute has been and is the right place for me not only because of the Islamic environment, but being able to apply Islamic values to my everyday life. This has helped me to become a better person, and at the same time, I have developed a broad understanding in all of my comprehensive subjects.

Through my time at Madni Institute, I have learnt both academic and Islamic knowledge. Moreover, I have also gained knowledge about topics that I have developed my confidence in being a British Muslim. I understand and have learnt the fundamental values of being British and how this links into being a good Muslimah. Most of all, I have learnt to respect the people and the surroundings around me.

The teachers at Madni Institute work hard to ensure we all achieve well for this world and the Hereafter. Throughout the year, we all come together for different activities and events which results in the school working together for one aim. As a school, we are all there to help and guide each other.

Overall, I very much enjoy the time that I spend at school and I pray that Allah (SWT) blesses me and my fellow students with the ability to act upon the Islamic knowledge learnt and to be able to achieve good grades at the end of the academic year.

Head Girl

Zainab Siddique