LIS Students participate in the 4th International Schools Arabic Debating Championship in Qatar.
Assalamu alaykum wa Rahmatullahi wa Barakatuhu
Welcome to London Islamic School (LIS). This introduction is designed to give you the necessary information about the school, as you are, quite rightly, anxious to secure the very best for your child.
Applications for Y7 – Y10 for Academic Year 2018/19
Submission Deadline: Ongoing
Applications for Y7 – Y9 for Academic Year 2017/18
For further information please contact the school office or download the application pack from here.
School children from LIS joined Britain’s Got Talent Judge & children’s author David Walliams to appeal to the Prime Minister for action on global hunger. The Prime Minister was presented with specially crafted plates from each of the children that have been decorated by school children across the UK. Read more
Mir Jawwad Uddin, A student from London Islamic School, has been crowned the 3G Boss 2016, by Channel S and the Canary Wharf Group PLC in a reality TV show which brings together the best young entrepreneurs from the ages of 14-18 years old across the UK.
London Islamic School Assistant Headteacher wins the Non Teaching Staff of the Year 2012.
LIS wins Headteacher of the Year 2010 Award
The P.E Teacher of London Islamic School has been awarded the Nida Trust National Muslim Teachers’ Creativity & Innovation Sport Award for 2011.
“There is a strong commitment to promoting the fundamental British values”.
“The behaviour of pupils is outstanding.”
“Strong teaching in most subjects enables pupils to make extensive progress with their learning. Pupils are given work that deepens their knowledge and understanding.”
Below is our GCSE results for year 2017
Attainment 8: 43.56
Progress 8: 0.12
Five 9-4 inc Eng and Maths
(OLD 5 A* – C % inc E & M): 72%
Read more & view LIS’ historical GCSE results
London Islamic School students were treated to a coaching session run by West Ham Community Sports Trust with the aid of Hollywood Actor and former footballer Vinnie Jones, held at the abandoned Shoreditch tube station in East London.