Welcome to Darul Uloom

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    Assalamu Alaikum Wa Rahmatullahi Wa Barkatuhu,
    Darul Uloom has come an extremely long way since those early days in 1985 when the school started with just a small building and even less resources. My vision was to establish an institute that would create experts in the Islamic sciences who would become exemplary representatives of Islam, preserve the Islamic identity of British Muslims, and possess the necessary skills to benefit the local community and enrich the wider society...

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  • Our Mission and Philosophy

    Our aim is to offer a complete education by nurturing and developing every aspect of a student’s heart, mind and body so that they become creative thinkers, conscientious leaders and sincere believers. DUIHS combines 1438 years of rich Islamic History and tradition with the 21st century needs of students living in modern day Britain. We provide an exceptional all-round Islamic and secular education for boys of secondary school age.

    At DUIHS we have students from diverse ethnic and cultural backgrounds. However we are all united serving one purpose; service of Allaah’s religion through mutual love and cooperation.
  • Departments and Programs

    As well as encouraging academic excellence, drive and achievement, with remarkable results at GCSE, DUIHS provides a great emphasis on Tarbiyyah (moral and spiritual training) of students. And in doing so instilling in them excellent adab and akhlaaq (manners and good character) and a strong attachment to Allaah and the Sunnah of the Prophet Sallallaah Alahi Wa sallam.
  • A S P I R E

    The Darul Uloom way makes DUIHS values-based and values-driven. This is the foundation of the work we do with every student. Underpinning the Darul Uloom way is our key value of ASPIRE. This means all our students must Achieve, have Solidarity with the Ummah, Persevere in all that they do, have excellent Islam, have Respect for everyone and Excel.

Allah says...

"Recite: In the name of thy Lord who created man from a clot. Recite: And thy Lord is the Most Generous Who taught by the pen, taught man that which he knew not." (Quran, 96:1-5)