Karima Supplementary Schools
In September 2004, following several years of running small educational projects in High Wycombe, Karima Foundation established its first supplementary school. With humble beginnings of 2 classes the schools have grown to now facilitate the learning of over 300 children across 5 schools.
Started in 2004, the Weekday School provides a tailored programme for children aged 6-10 years to cover the core and most important aspects of a child’s Islamic learning.
Karima Saturday School started in 2006 for children aged 5-9 years. Students benefit from Qur’an and Islamic Studies taught in a fun, innovative way.
Qur’an and Islamic Studies for boys aged 8-16 years, catering for the growing needs of our community.
Started in 2016, for ages 13-18, the Karima Alimiyyah classes aim to educate and prepare our next generation of teachers.
Engaging classes for ages 10-16, taught in a conducive environment to promote a profitable learning experience.
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Karima Supplementary School's policies and procedures support the development of our school's ethos to maximise the learning and wellbeing of our children.
View or download copies of term dates, letters and notices issued to parents during the academic year.