Assalaamu Alaikum – Welcome to Al-Aqsa School – السلام عليكم ورحمة الله

Our school is well known for its caring, enjoyable, safe and intellectually challenging environment. We hope you find our website helpful and beneficial to become acquainted of all we provide in our school.

Our school values of integrity, wisdom, positivity, compassion, work ethics and commitment are daily observed and practised by our students from diverse backgrounds to foster a very positive school culture and atmosphere. At Al Aqsa School, we have been serving the community for almost 20 years and we always strive for excellence in academic achievement and ethical life of our enthusiastic students to reach their full potential. Our aim also is to build and enhance partnerships between school, home and community. Through these shared values and beliefs, students will encounter intensive and lasting education. Read More


Newsletter May 2019

Some of the events that have occurred over the last term have been neatly summarised in our second newsletter of this academic year. The newsletter contains general information about the school as well as articles about events and school trips students have been a part of. It also contains recent student achievements which we are particularly proud of. To read the newsletter Click Here.


Girls into STEAM

Lisa Wilford and Sarfraz Ahmed from the Leicester College Careers Team came into school on Tuesday to talk to our Year 10 pupils. They highlighted the importance and career opportunities in STEAM subjects. Read More

Votes for Women!


Year 3’s Trip to Leicester Botanical Garden

Year 3 had an amazing Amazon adventure at Leicester Botanical gardens last Friday. They went on numerous explorations to find out new things about different types of plants. Read More
GCSE Results 2018


GCSE Results 2018!

Al Aqsa School is celebrating brilliant GCSE results and many exceptional individual performances. The grades achieved illustrates that students can be very successful at Al Aqsa School whatever their starting point when they arrive at the school. Read More