Al-Burhan Grammar School

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22nd August 2019 - Alhamdulillah, outstanding GCSE results!

Al-Hamdulillah, by the blessing of Allah, The Most High, Al-Burhan Grammar School pupils, staff and parents are celebrating excellent GCSE results again this year. The GCSE pass rate (grade 9 – 4) and higher pass rate (grade 9 – 5) are both 100% which means all students achieved 5 or more GCSEs at grades 9 - 5 including English and Maths, while 75% of all grades are at 7-9 (A*/A).

Our top Year 11 pupil achieved six Grade 9s in Biology, Chemistry, Physics, English Literature, Mathematics, and History, three Grade 8s in English Language, Religious Studies, and Computer Science, A* in Arabic and a grade 7 in Art & Design.


The Head Teacher, Dr Mohammad Nasrullah, gave the following comment:

“Alhamdulillah, I am delighted with these outstanding GCSE results. I would like to take this opportunity to congratulate the students, their families and particularly our dedicated teachers, for their hard work and efforts. I pray that our pupils continue their A-level studies with the same hard work and Allah (SWT) continue to give them success.

I also pray that Allah (SWT) blesses us and gives us the ability to continue providing a quality education, and the School goes from strength to strength InshaAllah.”

3rd June 2019 - Eid-ul-Fitr Announcement 

InshaAllah it is expected that Eid-ul-Fitr will take place on Wednesday 5th June 2019, as, according to the lunar crescent visibility charts, the moon will be visible on Tuesday 4th June 2019 (29th Ramadhan) in the UK and our closest Muslim country Morroco.

School will be closed to pupils on Tuesday 4th June 2019 and Wednesday 5th June 2019. External GCSE examinations will be taking place as normal, and pupils/private candidates should report to the School Reception at the normal times (08.30 for morning examinations, 12.30 for afternoon examinations).
School will be open on Thursday 6th June 2019.
For more information about moonsighting in the UK:
For more information about considering Morroco when confirming moonsighting:
Eid Mubarak to all pupils, parents and staff! May Allah (SWT) accept all our fasts, worship and good deeds during this Ramadhan and give us life and good fortune to do more in the next Ramadhan. Ameen.  
April 2015 – Shaykh Samir al-Nass visit
*Please note that this visit is for ladies only*
InshaAllah, Shaykh Samir al-Nass will be visiting the school and delivering a series of talks based around character and improving one’s self. We have opened this visit up to member of the public (ladies only) who are welcome to come. Please indicate your attendance by joining the event on our facebook page.
For more information about Shaykh Samir:
Date: Monday 13th April 2015
Time: 11.00am – 3.30pm

11 – 11.:45

Session 1 – Loving the Prophet Peace Be Upon Him

11:45 - 12

Break 15 minutes

12 – 12:45

Session 2 – The Prophetic Character & Us

12:45 – 1:45

Lunch & Zuhr (1 Hour)

1:45 – 2:30

Session 3 - Living your life as a Muslim

2:30 – 2:45

Break 15 Minutes

2:45 – 3:30

Session 4 – Purification (Tazkiyya)

Can we kindly request that guests coming to the School for the visit by car do not park in the school's car park, as it will be in use by the girls during the day and parents will be coming in to collect their daughters at the end of the day.
Parking spaces are available on the roads surrounding the school: Spring Road, Olton Boulevard East, Summer Road, Fox Hollies Road and Shaftmoor Lane. Please do not park in the car parks owned by our neighbours, as these are also in use during the day.
Spring Road Station is located across the road from the school, and bus services 11A, 11C, 31, 31A, 36 and 40 have stops near the school. More information about the public transport links can be found on the Transport page on this website (this can be found in the Parents & Students section).
The entrance of the school drive is indicated on the map below. Please walk to the end of the drive (past the scouts centre) and press the buzzer.
We look forward to welcoming you to our school. 
January 2015 - First Annual Seerat-un-Nabi Competition
The first Annual Seerat-un-Nabi Competition took place at Birmingham Central Mosque. There were several competitions, including Nasheed, Qirat, Speech and Quiz competitions, in which students from Islamic schools from all over Birmingham took place.
Four of our girls (two Year 7 students and two year 11 students) entered the Nasheed/Naat competition. One of our year 11 students placed 2nd MashaAllah. Three of our girls (one Year student and two Year 11 students) entered the Qirat competition.
We would like to congratulate them for taking part.
May Allah (SWT) give them the tawfiq to continue with this and give them a love and enjoyment of such recitation. Ameen.
November 2014 – Ofsted Inspection
Alhamdulillah, by the Grace of Allah (SWT), Al-Burhan Grammar School staff and pupils are celebrating the outcome of the recent Ofsted inspection carried out in November 2014. Ofsted graded Al-Burhan once again as an outstanding school.
Ofsted commented on the school leadership and staff:
“Under the Headteacher’s resolute leadership, the school continues to provide an outstanding quality of education to its students.” 
“The Headteacher and staff are committed to students achieving their very best academically and flourishing in their personal development.”
Ofsted praised the pupils for hard work:
“Students are eager to learn. They contribute to lessons exceptionally well and share their thoughts and ideas.”
The excellent behaviour of our pupils was commended:
“Students behaviour is outstanding. Staff set high expectations for behaviour, politeness and courtesy; their students reflect this.”
“All students are extremely self-disciplined and show maturity in their attitudes and work ethic. Their perseverance, resilience and attitude to learning are exemplary.”
Ofsted also praised our citizenship programme:
“The school successfully instils the values underlying modern British society. Students are taught what it means to be law abiding and have a sound knowledge of the role of public institutions, such as the work of parliament and the judiciary.”
Our outstanding GCSE results were praised:
“Teachers have high expectations of students’ achievement and typically expect students to make at least one GCSE grade progress across each school year, which is well above the average rate of progress seen nationally.”
“The  proportion  of  students  gaining  five  or  more  passes  at  GCSE  grades  A*  to  C,  including  English  and mathematics, in 2014 was  very  high when compared to the national figure. This has been the case for a number of years.”
May Allah (SWT) give us the tawfiq to continue with our work. Ameen.
Summer 2014 – Exam Results
Al-Hamdulillah, by the blessing of Allah, The Most High, Al-Burhan Grammar School pupils are celebrating excellent GCSE results this year again. The pass rate is 100% (A*-C grades in 5 of more GCSE subjects including English and Maths), and most of our girls will be going on to study their chosen subjects and courses at sixth form/college.
Our highest achieveing Year 11 pupil achieved 8 A*s and 4 As in English Language, English Literature, Mathematics, Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Art & Design, Religious Studies, Statistics, Urdu, History and Business & Communication Systems. She will be attending King Edward VI Camp Hill School for Girls Sixth Form.
Overall, 47% of year 11 grades were A*/A and 88% pupils achieved the English baccalaureate.
The Head Teacher, Dr Mohammad Nasrullah, commented: "I am delighted with these excellent GCSE results. I would like to take this opportunity to congratulate the students, their families and particularly dedicated teachers. We are confident that our pupils will leave Al-Burhan prepared to pursue further studies”.
May Allah (SWT) continue helping them to succeed in their attainment of knowledge and give them a passion for the deen. Ameen. 


Summer 2010 – Exam Results

100% GCSE pass rate 4 years running with 37% pupils getting places at King Edwards Sixth Form this year.


January 2009 – Competition





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