The school has a comprehensive policy on admissions, exclusions and discipline (behaviour), all available on request.
As part of the admissions policy, all prospective students are expected to take an entrance examination in English and verbal reasoning, mathematics and basic Islamic Studies.
Prospective Year 7 students must also achieve a minimum of level 4 in their mathematics, English and science end of Key Stage 2 assessments (SATS). A good end of Year 6 report from the feeder primary school is also a requirement for admission.
All prospective students and their parents/carers are interviewed before a final offer of a place is made.
All students are expected to subscribe to the school’s high standards of conduct as stated clearly in its code of conduct. If there are shortcomings in attitude, behaviour and work output, staff at Islamia Girls' School will implement a variety of staged sanctions as explained in the school’s discipline policy. The ultimate sanction, of course, is fixed term exclusion which could result in permanent exclusion in very serious cases.
All parents/guardians are expected to comply to our fee regulations and sign the Fee Payment Agreement Form.