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Westwood High Open Day, 29 January 2012

Presentation for Westwood High Open Day, Sunday 29 January 2012
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Kamal Uddin Khan

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Transcript of Westwood High Open Day, 29 January 2012

Leadership
We aim to deliver a broad, balanced and intellectually stimulating education to help learners achieve academic success.

We will emphasise on their spiritual and moral development enabling them to differentiate between right and wrong.
Islamic Studies
Specialism
Extra-curricular
Curriculum
Learners will appreciate the basic tenets of their faith and learn how to apply its teachings in a modern multi-faith context.
The Holy Qur’an plays a central role in our lives.

Qur’anic Studies will allow learners to be able to read the Holy Qur'an correctly.
Arabic language lessons will enable learners to understand the meanings of the Qur'an.

Learners will be well acquainted with a much sought after language.
Arabic
Qur'anic Studies
With a comprehensive Personal, Social, Health and Citizenship Education programme, learners will develop spiritual and moral values, cultural awareness and tolerance of other faiths and cultures.
PSHCE
Sports Club
Oratory Society
Literary Society
Martial Arts Club
Arts Club
Homework Club
This space is designed to help learners get into the habit of self-study. They will be taught useful research and study skills which will help them access the curriculum.
This will help learners develop their confidence and promote their mental and physical wellbeing.
This club aims to provide a space for learners who wish to fully apply their creative and artistic skills.
Learners will have the opportunity to share their love for literature and will be taught how to carry out further research.
Public speaking is a great skill to have. This club seeks to develop young people in becoming polished public speakers.
This club will allow sports’ enthusiasts to enjoy and fulfill their passion for sports and recreation.
Societies
Clubs
A number of after school extra-curricular opportunities will be on offer.

Learners may opt to join the many clubs and societies that will be set up to help support their overall development.
End of school
Break
Sign in
Assembley
School Day
8:15 am
Lesson 1
Lesson 2
8:30 am - 9:30 am
9:30 am - 10:30 am
Lesson 3
Lesson 4
10:45 am - 11:45 am
11:45 am - 12:45 pm
Lunch &
Prayer
Packed lunch
12:45 pm - 1:30 pm
1:30 pm - 1:45 pm
Lesson 5
10:30 am - 10:45 am
1:45 pm - 2:45 pm
Afternoons are dedicated to teaching Islam
2:45 pm
After
Friday long assembley
2011
2012
Feb 2012
Facilities
Staff
Teaching & Learning
All classrooms are fitted with interactive technology with a choice of décor that is conducive to learning.

Our dedicated ICT room will allow learners to benefit from 21st century learning.
Sports & Recreation
Learners will make use of local Sports Centres for their Physical Education. This will allow them to make use of the best facilities in the borough.
Prayer Room
The Assembly hall will be used during break and lunch times. This space will also be used for quiet reflection and prayer.
Mixture of qualified & unqualified teachers
Degree (qualifications/experience) in taught subject
Tip
Sixth form
Nursery
Primary

08 Nov 2011
Uniform
The uniform aims to help learners develop modesty in the manner in which they dress. It seeks to aid them in appreciating the rationale behind the Islamic dress code. Learners are advised to dress modestly in school and out of school.

Plain black head scarf (rectangular) which covers both the chest and back
Black Shalwar (trouser style)
Black Kameez up to the knees
Black plimsolls
Black socks
Black head scarf
(square or rectangular)
Cardigans must be of plain black colour and are to be worn underneath the scarf
PE Kit

Black trousers
No jeans
No leggings
No make up
Plain black Jilbab
Jilbab/Burqa must be loose fit

No jewellery
Black shoes
(no heels)
Black socks
School Bag
Bags must be plain black

Pupils may only wear plain black coats that are loose fit
Coat
Cardigan
Fee Structure
Fees are to be paid at the begining of each term
To be paid in full regardless of student absences
This amount is non-refundable
Your child will take part in school trips throughout the year. The school may ask parents/carers to contribute towards the cost of important educational visits.
Additional Fees
£2000 per annum
This year £1400
Uniform
Lost / damaged books
Educational Visits
Administration Fee


There is a £30 administration fee for processing an application
Parents must purchase the school uniform from the school
Pupils will need to pay for the replacement of lost or damaged books

Cooperation
Learner
Teacher
/school
Parent
/home
Crucial partnership
100%
Westwood 6
Jan 2012
2016
Islamic Studies
Qur'anic Studies
Arabic Language
PSHCE
English
Maths
Science
ICT
PE
History
Art & Design
RS
Cooking Club
Training for parents
Rigorous training regime

National Strategies
AfL
BfL
Interview

Panel Interview
What values would they bring?
Lesson Observation
Continued
Professional Development
Spiritual
Development
deliver a world class education in an environment that nurtures the love for Allah; where both staff and students enjoy the best possible learning experience and actively promote the highest of moral and spiritual values.’‘To
Mission
Westwood High
First Floor Unit 2
Kelsall Street
Oldham
OL9 6HR
T 0161 622 1947
M 07 904 817 077
E admin@westwoodhigh.org
W www.westwoodhigh.org
Contact Details
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Would you like to volunteer?
Would you like to enrol your child?
Support group

Cooperation
Learner
Teacher
/school
Parent
/home
Crucial partnership
100%
Training for parents
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