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Small is beautiful

Posted on: 18 July 2013

Alhamdulillah, all four pupils registered to participate in the end of year Key Stage 2 examinations secured Level 4 in both English and Maths.  For some pupils that were struggling to achieve the expected levels at the start of the academic year, this turnaround demonstrates how important the learning environment and both the quality and nature of support is for pupils to realise their potential and make a positive impact with their talents. In addition, one Year 6 pupil that secured a Level 4 in 2011/12 i.e. they took the national tests a year early; actually progressed to achieve a Level 5 in English and Maths in 2012/13 (internally assessed), which shows how the school continues to inspire and motivate its learners.

The Principal of Fitrah SIPS, Sajid M Butt said of the results, “This is a great blessing for the school, the pupils and families to receive – we know the efforts that everyone makes to give the pupils the best possible foundation in life.  I am overwhelmed with happiness and gratitude to everyone that has helped the pupils since the school’s inception.  Yes we may be a small school, but our approach is unique and one that has holistic development at its core.  If we can develop a sense of belonging, purpose and desire
for self-improvement and servitude amongst the pupils then there is so much more that they can go on and achieve insha’Allah”  

Year 6 pupils were presented with a special certificate by their teachers in the presence of the guest of honour at the school’s annual awards ceremony – Sheriff of Southampton and Councillor Sue Blatchford. Chief Inspector Craig Dibdin was also at the event and ready to assist the Sheriff in handing out certificates and trophies for attendance, academic progress, leadership and moral excellence to all pupils.