We are taught by our beloved prophet (ﷺ), “Every one of you is a shepherd and is responsible for his flock.’’ This hadith drives Darul Uloom staff to be committed to the principle that every student is an ammanah; therefore staff will be questioned on the Day of Judgement about whether they were a fair & just, gave every opportunity possible and gave honour to each and every student.
We pride ourselves in placing a strong emphasis on the concept of the school having ‘solidarity with the Ummah’, where we recognise the importance of the individual along with being sympathetic and understanding of the needs of others.
Our dedicated staff, each with their own expertise, support our students to have an educational experience of the highest quality.
The school is committed to the implementation of equal opportunities principles and the monitoring and active promotion of equality in all aspects of staffing. All staff appointments and promotions are made on the basis of merit and ability and in compliance with the law. A commitment to equal opportunities is included in the selection criteria for all posts.
Teaching and support staff are encouraged to further their professional careers by attending courses suited to their posts.