Admissions Process

Year 7 students must be 11 years old and Year 8 students 12 years old 

between September and December of the school year. 

FEE Payments 

Option A:  A discount of 5% is offered to parents who pay the entire annual school fee per child, upfront, before the first day of each academic session. No other discounts will be applicable. 

Option B: Fees can be paid in 6 equal installments (two per term). The first payment would be due at the start of the term while the second would be due at the mid-point. No discounts are available if fees are paid in installments. 

In addition, termly sibling discounts are available. These discounts apply only if fees are paid in full at the beginning of each term i.e. on or before the first day of term. 

Special Needs 

Al-Hidaayah Academy has an on-site Special Education Needs Teacher experienced in identifying and working with students with learning difficulties or disabilities that make it harder for them to learn.   Our small classroom size enables us to design an inclusive environment for those students requiring specialized learning environments. 


Admission Policy

Al-Hidaayah Academy admits students of any race, color, gender, religion, and national origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. The Islamic ethos of Al-Hidaayah means it does not discriminate in the administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, or athletic and other school-administered programs. 

Non-Muslim children are very much welcome to enroll – appropriate programs are available to keep non-Muslim children engaged while Islamiyyah subjects are being taught. Note however that Al-Hidaayah does not teach any subject outside of the Islamic ethos. 

Admission to Al-Hidaayah Academy is based on a first-come-first-served enrollment process depending on the child’s ability to meet the school’s academic and social expectations. However, preference will be given to families with students currently enrolled. 


Boys’ Uniform

1. Light blue shirt
2. Dark blue tie
3. Dark blue trousers
4. Plain black leather belt (small buckle with no adornments or studs etc.)
5. Plain black socks (must cover ankles)
6. Plain polished black leather shoes without adornment, logos, etc. (No trainers or trainer-like shoes)
7. Plain Dark blue Blazer or Cardigan

Girls’ Uniform

1. Dark blue hijab (Compulsory for Muslim students)
2. Light blue Long-sleeved shirt
3. Long Dark blue Pinafore
4. Plain black socks (knee Length)
5. Plain polished black leather shoes without adornment, logos, etc. (No trainers or trainer-like shoes)
6. Plain Dark blue Cardigan

Other Uniforms

Friday Wear 

Friday wear consists of a Jallabiya, trousers and a cap for boys and a Jilbaab and Khimar for girls.


Sports & Swimwear 

The school sportswear consists of dark blue joggers and a white sports top. The school swimwear is designed to ensure that kids are modestly dressed even at the pool.

Contact our Deans of Admissions

For Admission enquiries
Ustaz Adam
For other enquiries
Administrative office