The Islamic Shakhsiyah Foundation School is registered for 88 pupils aged three to 11 years. It is an
Islamic school with an alternative personalised education ethos. The Islamic Shakhsiyah Foundation Trust
also manages a partner school in Slough. Each school has its own headteacher, but they share the same board of trustees.
There are 127 pupils on roll, with 48 children in the Early Years Foundation Stage. Of these, 26 attend
Provision for children in the Early Years Foundation Stage consists of two full-time classes. There is also
part-time provision called Tifly Daycare which is in a separate part of the building. Children in this provision range in age from two to four. All three classes share the outdoor learning area adjacent to the Tifly provision.
Pupils come from many ethnic groups. Around four fifths of the pupils speak English as an additional
language. Around a tenth is new to speaking English. A very small number of pupils have special
educational needs, but none has a statement of special educational needs or an education, health and care plan.
The school does not place pupils in off-site alternative provision. The school's main aim is to develop each child's Islamic Shakhsiyah (personality) in partnership with
parents. Both the director of education and headteacher are trustees. Four members of the board of trustees are independent of the day-to-day running of the school.
The school was last inspected in October 2014 and judged to be inadequate.
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