Other Notices   
New Traffic Cameras installed on Montagu Road.
Fines will be issues form 1st April for those vehicles who stop on the Zig Zag lines outside the school.

New Aalimah Course starting in April 2017
for Adults and Girls aged 11+
Register Now


Ayesha Community School and all those involved and affiliated with the school wholeheartedly and unreservedly condemn the recent Westminister attacks and all other acts of terrorism.
Click here to see statements which we fully support
from Association of Muslim School
from Barnet Communities Together Network












Half Term Holiday Mon 24th Oct - Fri 28th Oct 2016.
School will break up at 12noon on Fri 21st October
SCHOOL RE-UNION : Staff and Pupils of the old Algernon Road Primary School met on 22nd Oct 2016














Have you completed the School Holiday Survey
as per the last newsletter ?



NEXT School Open Day for Prospective Parents/Pupils
Sat 5th Dec 2015 :   2:30pm
 
Welcome to Ayesha Community School
a London Muslim School
School Notices   

HOLIDAY CLASSES
GCSE Preparation for
  • Yr 11 History on MON 03/04/17 10am - 2pm
    and WED 12/04/17
  • Yr 10/11 English on TUE 04/04/17 until FRI  07/04/11 10am - 2pm
    and MON 10/04, TUE 11/04 and THU 13/04
  • Yr 11 Geography Fri 07/04/11 2pm - 3pm





























GCSE Preparation in English and Arabic on 22, 23, 24 Dec and 2 Jan 10am - 2pm on all days
SCHOOL RE-UNION : Staff and Pupils of the old Algernon Road Primary School met on 22nd Oct 2016


Ayesha Community School and all those involved and affiliated with the school wholeheartedly and unreservedly condemn the recent Paris and Brussels attacks and all other acts of terrorism.
Click here to see
the statement from Muslim Council of Britian which we fully support












Half Term Holiday Mon 24th Oct - Fri 28th Oct 2016.
School will break up at 12noon on Fri 21st October













Have you completed the School Holiday Survey
as per the last newsletter ?



NEXT School Open Day for Prospective Parents/Pupils
Sat 5th Dec 2015 :   2:30pm
 





If you or your child have any concerns regarding E-safety at home, please visit the CEOP website for further information or to make a report. You can click on the CEOP here for a direct link.

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