Ayesha Community School is a faith school that serves the Muslim communities of North
London. The school is registered to admit up to 400 pupils from the age of four to 19.
Currently there are 301 pupils on roll, 15 of whom are in the Early Years Foundation Stage.
There are no children receiving nursery funding. Both boys and girls attend the primary
department of the school, but the secondary department is for girls only. A significant
number of pupils start at the school in Year 7.
The school opened in 2006 as a secondary school for girls with a small number of pupils. Numbers have increased significantly since 2006 and the school moved to the current much
larger premises in 2009.
Pupils and staff have diverse cultural and ethnic heritages. Many of the pupils are bilingual
and there are no pupils at an early stage of learning English. There are currently no pupils
attending the school with a statement of special educational needs.
The school provides a mix of Islamic and secular teaching and its aim, as expressed through
its mission statement is to `provide a balanced quality of education in a caring and nurturing
environment with a view to creating responsible citizens for the future'.
Pupils in Key Stage 4 and Key Stage 5 regularly attend another Muslim school for practical
The school was last inspected in February 2010.
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