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The Beginning

Assunnah Primary School was established in 2007; the school was the project of Assunnah Islamic Centre and was formed in response to the high demand from the Muslim community in North London for an Islamic Primary School. It was also created to address the under-representation of Muslim schools in the borough of Haringey.

Making Progress

At first the school was mainly attended by members of the local community, but with the growth and success of Assunnah Primary School we now have students from neighbouring communities and even from the outside boroughs.

Ofted Registered

In 2008/09 Assunnah Primary school notified the Department Of Education and we had our first visit from Ofsted. The school met the requirements set by the Department of Education and soon after became a registered school, and was awarded Ofsted recognition.

Moving Forward

Today, Assunnah Primary School is oversubscribed and our waiting list is growing significantly every year. Our current accommodation is what is limiting us to meet those demands. This is the fundamental reason why Assunnah Primary school is looking to move to a more spacious location.

Video Tour in As sunnah School

Take a tour in As sunnah School and you will find the best School in the Region.  The video will take you to every places in this School.

A Statement From Our Beloved Staff & Teachers

Year 1
Year 2
Year 3/4
Year 5/6
Assalamu Alaykum,
My name is ustadah Manal. I am the reception teacher. Ive been teaching this year group for almost three years now allhamdulillah. I have back ground knowledge in Early childhood education and care. Reception is often a child’s first experience of full-time education. Seeing children change from the beginning of the year to the end of the year is the progress that I enjoy seeing and being involved in. Its a rewarding role to be teaching our younger generation.
Jazakallah khairan

Assalam Alaikum Wa Rahmatullah Wa Barakatuh,

I am Ustaadhah Hanan and I will be the year 1 teacher for this current year. I have a vast amount of experience working with children from all different ages. I have graduated with a BSc in History and International Relations. I have a passion for teaching and striving for the best in my students. I look forward to teaching this class and all the positive outcomes that will occur Inshallah.

Jazakallahu Khayran

Assalaamu Alaykum Wa Rahmatullaahi Wa Barakaatuh.

I am Ustadh Abdulmunim and I will be the Year 2 teacher for this current year. Having completed the Quran by heart and A-levels in 2007, I embarked on studying Islamic Sciences for Further Education. With the grace of the Almighty I completed my BA Degree, as well as Masters in Islamic studies from The Islamic College London. After graduation, I wished to pursue a teaching career and enrolled for PGCE teaching diploma with the University of East London.
Having taught Humanities and Religious Education in secondary schools, I moved in to Assunnah School in 2016 where I taught Year 5 for 3 years. I am currently teaching year 2 of various deferent background and abilities covering maths, English, Science, Geography, History, Art, Islamic studies and Tarbiya. Apart from spreading both Secular and Islamic knowledge to my students, I am a keen cricketer as well, and currently playing for two different clubs in East London.

Assalaamu Alaykum Wa Rahmatullaahi Wa Barakaatuh.

I am Ustaadhah Maryam and I would like to take this opportunity to introduce myself as the Year 3/4 teacher. I look forward to continuing my work with the children.


My name is Muslack (Musleh) Ali and I am the year 5 & 6 teacher. I qualified as a primary teacher in 1998. I have experience in the state and Muslim independent sector. I have experience as a middle and senior leader. I also tutor extensively and that is where I have helped children pass exams for some of the top private schools in the country. I want all children to achieve amazing results and I have ultra high expectations as a result which can be hard to get used to. I try my utmost to “tie the camel” in the Islamic sense, very tightly!

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