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What Our Alumni Say:


"Islamic Shakhsiyah Foundation was like being part of one big family. Everyone knew everyone and everyone supported you no matter what."

Zaafirah Azmi, studying GCSEs, Herschel Grammar School, Left ISF in 2011.

“I have many fond memories of Shakhsiyah School, remembering Teacher Haleema, Teacher Farah and Teacher Tahreem as my role models to this day.”

Hafsa Dawood,  studying GCSEs, Wycombe Girls Grammar, Left ISF in 2010.


"During my time at Isf, I was blessed to be given the opportunity to acquire a strong understanding of Islam and I was nurtured with islamic qualities which have helped me gain the strength I needed when tested."

Ammaar Bin Maajid, studying GCSEs,  Brondesbury College, Left ISF in 2010.

“Shakhsiyah School gave me my all  important Islamic foundation. May Allah (swt) make this a sadaqah jaria for all those who helped me throughout my years.”

Iqra Arfeen Ali, studying GCSEs,  Homeschooling, Left ISF in 2009.


“My very first experience of school life was at Shakhsiyah School, this laid the foundation for the love and yearning of seeking knowledge and working hard to reach my potential. ”
Isra Ishaq, studying A-Levels, Herschel Grammar School, Left ISF in 2008.


“My time at Shakhsiyah School helped me to become a humble Muslimah.”
Alishba Mobin, Uxbridge College, Left ISF in 2007.


“Amongst the countless fond memories of my learning, I recall the Arabic we learnt from Teacher Nadia which planted the love of the Quran in my heart. This later enabled me to become Hafidh ul Qur’an, Alhamdulilah.”
Hamza Reddy, Hafidh al-Quran, Left ISF in 2007.

“The focus on the Arabic language and Islamic history at Shakhsiyah School instilled in me a love of Quran and a sense of Islamic identity.”
Safa Faruqui, History and Arabic Student at SOAS, University of London, Left ISF in 2007.

“My teachers at Shakhsiyah School were my role models and mentors. They carefully nurtured my Islamic personality and encouraged my curiosity, instilling within me a love for learning.”

Aneesah Khan, Medicine Student at Queen Mary, University of London, Left ISF in 2007.

“My time at Shakhsiyah School has  helped me grow into a more confident Muslimah as I have been equipped with the tools to deal with the challenges of the modern world.”

Hannah Sabir, Computer Science Student at Kings College, University of London, Left ISF in 2007.

“It has been said that an educated person is one who can discover the connectedness of things. Shakhsiyah School’s thematic curriculum soundly gave me an
education which not only affirmed my individualism but my individual place in the community of the Ummah and also mankind.”

Taqwa Sadiq, Student of Arabic and Persian at University of Cambridge, Left ISF in 2007.


“Studying at Shakhsiyah School helped shape me to become the person I am today. I was taught kindness, consideration and patience within Islamic and general principles.”

Dania Saeed, Trainee Maths Teacher, Brunel University, Left ISF in 2005.


London and Slough:

  • Spring Term: Tuesday 2nd January 2018 to Wednesday 28th March 2018
  • Half Term Holidays: Monday 12th February 2018 to Friday 16th February 2018
  • Parents' Open Day: Thursday 29th March 2018

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