About Latifiah Girls School
Latifiah Girls School is a secondary school for girls which opened in 2008, it is the girl’s section of Darul Hadis Latifiah which was founded in 1998 by Hadrath Shah Sufi Allamah Muhammad Abdul Latif Chowdhury Saheb Qiblah Fultali (R.A.) to educate the young British Muslims, he influenced the parents and established the very first Islamic educational institutions in London in 1978. In 2011 his youngest son Hadrath Allamah Muhammed Hussamuddin Chowdhury and his oldest grandson Hadrath Maulana Muhammed Hasan Chowdhury has opened Darul Hadis Latifiah Northwest to provide education to the Ummah in the north west of England. Latifiah Girls School has year 7 to year 11 and the first batch of year 11 is taking their GCSE exams in 2012. Latifiah Girls School is dedicated to provide excellence in education and Tarbia to the pupils and support them to move on to further education of their choose. The school is maintained by the school governing board of Darul Hadis Latifiah appointed by the trustee board .
Our Vision And Values
Our vision is to achieve excellence in all that we do. In doing so, we aim to prepare our pupils for the rapidly growing world in the 21st century. We aim for the highest level of achievement in religious, cultural and academic performance.
We are bound together by these values:
GCSE pass rate 100%
(5 or more GCSE)
We should be judged by our actions.