Open Day – To be confirmed for Late Applicants

The Open Day events are on the same day as the entry test for potential candidates.
It is a requirement for all candidates to have at least one parent or guardian attending this event.

Please confirm attendance via this online form.

This provides an opportunity for parents and guardians to visit and meet the team at Jamia Al-Hudaa to help them make the best informed decision about their daughter’s future.

Sign in – 11am
You are welcome to arrive earlier if you are travelling from far away and reception staff will be available from around 10:30am on the morning of the entry test. Make sure you have registered your place for the open day by submitting an application with the relevant documentation. We will usually communicate by email and provide the details of the open day and schedule after this.
What will happen on the day?

All fathers/uncles/ brothers will be welcomed at the main reception office where they can help themselves to tea, coffee and biscuits. They will also have a meeting with the Principal who will give them an overview of the Jamia and activities that take place here.

This will be followed by lunch and prayer break followed by a detailed presentation and Q & A session. After the Q & A session, the guests will be given a tour of certain areas of the Jamia and this will conclude their visit and open day schedule.

All mothers/aunties/sisters will be welcomed by the Head Teacher and Deputy Head who will hold a presentation and Q & A session with them. This will be followed up with a lunch and prayer break along with a detailed tour of various areas of the premises. This will usually take up most of their time on the day and during this, the potential candidates will conclude their entry tests and interviews.

We expect to finish no later than 3:30pm as the gates are closed at 4.30pm on this day.

We encourage all the parents/guardians to ask any questions via phone or email after open day and results are normally processed around two weeks after this day