Eden Boys' School, Preston
Lancashire, United Kingdom
About Eden Boys' School, Preston
Eden Boys' School (Preston) is a co-educational free school based in Lancashire for students aged 11-18. It is an Islamic school.
The school is part of the Tauheedul Education Trust. The trust runs both faith-based and non-faith primary and secondary schools. Non-Muslim and Muslim students are welcomed at the school and the school has Muslim and non-Muslim governors and staff. It organises programmes and events to mark key events in the calendars of the main world faiths and important British secular celebrations such as Mothers’ Day. Parents are encouraged to discuss any specific faith needs as part of induction and no student is forced to take part in worship or prayers. The school also encourages its students to work towards 100% attendance. A minimum attendance target of 97% per year (equivalent to the top quartile of all English secondary schools) is needed for any student to attain the Tauheedul Baccalaureate.
Values and vision
Eden Boys' School (Preston) wishes to promote a culture of educational excellence, from within a caring Islamic environment. It places importance on discipline, mutual care, and respect. Value is also placed on providing a personalised approach to teaching, stemming from a passionate belief that each individual student is unique and capable of rising above any perceived limitation. The school aims to create a cohesive identity so that its students, their parents, and communities feel a strong sense of belonging to the school.