Iqra High School is an independent, non-selective Muslim day school for pupils
between 11 and 16 years of age. It is registered for up to 100 boys and girls but since opening in 2014, only girls have attended. There are four classes, one for each year group between Year 7 and Year 10. At the start of September 2016, 17 Year 7 girls joined the school.
The school is owned by Iqra Educational and Welfare Trust and is located on the same site as a madrasa, managed by Khadija Education and Youth Centre. Boys
and girls attend the madrasa. The school is close to Oldham town centre in a highly populated area of Glodwick.
All pupils are British and have an Asian heritage. All speak English as their first language. None has a statement of special educational needs or an education, health and care plan.
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