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Boys Uniform: White Jubba, White Hat, Jumper with MQA Logo
Girls Uniform: Black Abaya, White Scarf, Cardigan with MQA Logo
In order to ensure the academy runs smoothly and all students gain the maximum benefit in a safe and friendly environment, all pupils and parents are expected to adhere to the code of conduct, and accept the Terms and Conditions set out by Manchester Quran Academy.
Terms & Conditions
❖ Manchester Quran Academy provides Islamic education for boys and girls, aged 6+.
❖ Upon registration parents/guardians are required to provide proof of child’s identity.
❖ If there are no places available, your admission will be placed on a waiting list.
Timing, Attendance, Absence
Manchester Quran Academy operates between the hours of 4:30pm till 6:00pm, Monday to Thursday.
Doors will open at 4:15 pm, and close at 6:10 pm.
Parents/guardians are to:
❖ Ensure their child arrives to classes on time and attends academy regularly. We expect all students to have above 95% punctuality.
❖ Ensure their child is not left unsupervised prior to doors opening.
❖ Collect their child at end of session time.
❖ Inform admin/staff of absence prior to the class.
❖ Have all leave other than the MQA official holidays approved by admin/staff.
- If a child is absent for more than two weeks without a valid reason, MQA has authority to remove the child from the register. The child would be expected to re-register, remittance is dependent on spaces available.
- Children will not be allowed to leave the academy early without a phone call from parents/guardians.
❖ Parents must give a minimum of two weeks notice prior to removing child/children from the academy.
❖ Parents are not to enter any lesson, and understand that they are not permitted to sit in any class or remain onsite.
To inform us of lateness, attendance and absences please contact us on the details given below:
Telephone number: 0161 807 6001
Email address: email@example.com
All pupils are expected to wear the MQA uniform. It is the responsibility of the parents/guardians to make sure their child is dressed accordingly.
Girls: Black Abaya, White Hijab, MQA Cardigan.
Boys: White Jubbah, White Hat, MQA Jumper.
At MQA, we do not wish to burden the students with extensive homework. We do however believe it is paramount to children's progress that parents/guardians partake in encouraging their child to revise lessons, ensuring they complete any homework.
Code of conduct for pupils:
❖ Children must respect staff, pupils, visitors and the property of others.
❖ Students are expected to follow the general academy rules as well as classroom rules laid out by their teachers.
❖ If the student breaks any code of conduct rules, MQA will take diciplinary action which may result in your child being suspended or expelled from the academy.
Social Media and Mobile Phones Policy
At Manchester Quran Academy we will not allow any use of mobile phones during lessons. We therefore strongly advise against children bringing mobile phones or other valuables to academy.
Should a child still bring such objects, MQA will take no responsibility in the case of theft or damage to mentioned items.
If a child requires to bring a mobile, parents/guardians are required to inform admin/staff in advance.
Fees and Refunds
The annual course fee is £600 per student, and will be taken monthly via direct debit of £50 per month over 12 instalments.
Parents agree to pay the academy fees on a monthly basis, and by Direct Debit (using Go Cardless safe payment)
There will be no fee reductions if the student is absent.
The fee are inclusive of the academic year including holidays.
The admin fee is non-refundable.
If a student leaves after beginning of a new month, the full months fee will be owed to MQA.
Use of CCTV on MQA Premises
The CCTV system is intended to provide and promote a safe secure environment for students and for those who work in or use the facilities of the school; and to protect the school buildings and resources. The system is intended to view and monitor activity in the immediate area of the academy only.
CCTV shall be used for the purpose of:
• Increasing the personal safety of staff, students and visitors and reduce the fear of crime.
• Protecting the academy buildings and their assets.
• Supporting the Police in a bid to deter and detect crime.
• Assisting in identifying, apprehending and prosecuting offenders.
• Assisting in managing the school.
It will achieve this by:
• Providing evidential quality images of criminal incidents and suspects.
• Assisting the responsible authorities in the investigation of crime and disorder.
Reporting of Safeguarding
The safety and welfare of all our student at MQA is our highest priority. Our business is to know everyone as an individual and to provide a secure and caring environment so that every pupil can learn in safety. In all matters relating to child protection the Academy will follow the procedures laid down by our own (or where appropriate the relevant child's) Local Safeguarding Children Board (LSCB) which is Manchester Safeguarding Children Board together with guidance from the local authority.
At the academy our aim is to:
· create safe environments for children and young people through robust safeguarding practices
· ensure that adults who work in the school, including volunteers, don't pose a risk to children
· make sure staff are trained, know how to respond to concerns and keep-up-to-date with policy and practice
· teach children and young people about staying safe
· maintain an environment where children feel confident to approach any member of staff if they have a worry or problem.
MQA will securely store any details taken during registration. The shall be used in accordance with all relevant laws and guidelines, including the Data Protection Act 1998, the Human Rights Act 1998 and, if appropriate, the Regulation of Investigatory Powers Act 2000.