Eden Girls, Slough
Slough, United Kingdom
About Eden Girls, Slough
Eden Girls' School is a state-funded secondary Islamic faith school for girls aged between 11 and 18 years old. It is located on Whitby Road in Slough, and was opened in September 2015. It is a free school, and has 700 places (and 200 places for its sixth form college which is due to be opened in 2018).
Eden Girls' School is part of the Tauheedul Education Trust (TET), which is a mixed multi-academy trust, running both non-faith and faith based schools. The trust has school partnerships in five "cluster areas": Lancashire, Greater Manchester, West Yorkshire, the Midlands and London.
Values and vision
Eden Girls' School, Slough, is a Muslim faith school but offers education to students of all faiths and also students of no faith. The institution's mission is to promote educational excellence in a secure and caring Islamic environment, encompassing values of mutual care, respect and discipline.
One of the school's aims is to promote educational excellence based on a belief that each student has great potential to succeed and the school commits itself to a personal approach in instilling an ambition to achieve and a desire to learn.
Every effort is made by the school to provide excellent service to the community, demonstrate great teamwork and highlight the importance of respect and ambition.
The school has a vision of “Nurturing Today's Young People, Inspiring Tomorrow's Leaders.”
The school has yet to be assessed by Ofsted. When it has been assessed you will be able to view its latest report on the Ofsted website.