Monday to Friday: 8:45 AM — 15.15 PM

Nourishing the fitrah of

each unique child.

‘Every child is born upon Al Fitrah....’ (Saheeh Bukhari 1292)

Nourishing the fitrah of

each unique child.

‘Every child is born upon Al Fitrah....’ (Saheeh Bukhari 1292)

Nourishing the fitrah of

each unique child.

‘Every child is born upon Al Fitrah....’ (Saheeh Bukhari 1292)

Nourishing the fitrah of

each unique child.

‘Every child is born upon Al Fitrah....’ (Saheeh Bukhari 1292)

Nourishing the fitrah of

each unique child.

‘Every child is born upon Al Fitrah....’ (Saheeh Bukhari 1292)

Nourishing the fitrah of

each unique child.

‘Every child is born upon Al Fitrah....’ (Saheeh Bukhari 1292)

Latest News

chicken pox

Assalaamu alaykum wa rahmatullaahi wa barakaatuh,

Dear Parent or Guardian,

We pray that you are in the best of health and Eemaan.
We have been notified of a few cases of chickenpox.
If your child has not had chickenpox before it is quite likely that he/she may catch it.
What is chickenpox? 
Chickenpox is a common childhood illness. Fever and cold symptoms are often the first signs of illness and are followed by the appearance of the typical rash. The rash starts as small pink bumps, often around the neck, ears, back and stomach. These develop a little water blister, which in turn becomes yellow and oozy and ultimately crusty as it dries. The rash spreads outwards to involve the whole body finally involving the lower arms and legs. People may have only a few spots or may be virtually covered with them. In children it is usually a relatively mild illness however occasionally complications develop.
Why should I be concerned about chickenpox? 
Chickenpox can be a devastating infection in people with a seriously weakened immune system. In adults, chickenpox is a much more significant illness than in children and there is a greater risk of complications developing.
What should I do now?
If your child is normally healthy, chickenpox is likely to be a relatively mild illness and no specific precautions are necessary. Symptoms usually develop 10 to 21 days after exposure. The infected person can spread infection for up to three days before the rash appears and until the last pox is crusted and dry. If your child has a weakened immune system, please contact your child’s GP or hospital consultant and let them know that your child may have been exposed.
What should I do if I think my child has chickenpox? 
If you suspect chickenpox, do not bring your child into school  as this may only spread the infection further. Contact your doctor to confirm the diagnosis.
When can my child return to school after having chickenpox?
A child may return to school once the scabs are crusted dry; this is usually five to seven days after the appearance of the rash.
Jazakumullaahu khairan for your cooperation.

open day

Our Social media updates

key stage 2 (years 3 - 6)

Our material change inspection took place on the 15th November 2022. More information will come in due course.

If you are interested in reserving your child(ren)’s space, please do so by completing the admissions and booking form here:

www.uniqueacademy.education/admission-form