The British Muslim School / Madrasah seeks to emphasise the importance of good Islamic etiquettes, as shown to us by our beloved Prophet Sallallahu A’laihi Wa Sallam. This is important not only in the classroom but also in the playground, within the school premises and in the community.
Students and staff are encouraged to greet each other with “Assalamu A’laikum” (peace be upon you) as part of the effort to build an Islamic atmosphere and in accordance with the hadith of the Prophet Sallallahu A’laihi Wassallam ‘spread salaam amongst yourselves’.
We have high expectations from all students in relation to behaviour. Anti-Islamic / anti-social behaviour are always discouraged. Good behaviour is accordingly praised and celebrated with high achievement being rewarded in assemblies and
A behaviour policy at the school ensures that students are made aware of what is acceptable behaviour and that a ‘sliding scale’ of sanctions may be used if unacceptable behaviour occurs. This may lead to detention or, in exceptional cases, suspension or even exclusion.