Rabia is an independant Muslim school. We are proud of our faith, its values and its emphasis on a shared view of humanity – one family and one world for which we all share a mutual responsibility. We take an evolutional, outward-facing, all-encompassing and globally-orientated interpretation of the Islamic faith, with no room for extremism in any form.
Islam teaches us that, as human beings, it is our duty to consider the welfare of all mankind. This is a basic duty that transcends race, colour, beliefs, gender or faith.
Rabia plays a proactive role in enhancing social cohesion and promoting civic responsibility. This is achieved through a well-developed community programme aimed at promoting community service, mutual understanding and citizenship amongst pupils, parents and the local community.
At Rabia we encourage students to support community service projects locally. This includes support through voluntary work, individual contributions and so on.
It is one of Rabia’s driving principles that, through our activities and those of our pupils and their families, the communities in which we are based, and those further afield, should become stronger and more cohesive.
As part of our local community regeneration efforts, we work in partnership with a number of organisations, charities and projects related to health and wellbeing, youth work and da’wah.