About Us

WOFAN Group of Schools and ISLAMIYYA – a safe place to learn, play and have fun

As a community, WOFAN Group of school aspires to:

-Promote self-discipline, understanding, empathy, co-operation, perseverance and independence.

-Encourage a culture of high standards, achievements and expectations and aim to develop the full potential of every individual.

-Provide an open, stimulating environment in which every child feels safe, valued and happy.

-Encourage parents and the wider community to take an active interest in the education of all of our children and to feel an ownership of their school.

Overview

As a community, WOFAN Comprehensive Group of school aspires to:

–   Promote self-discipline, understanding, empathy, co-operation, perseverance and independence.

–   Encourage a culture of high standards, achievements and expectations and aim to develop the full potential of every individual.

–  Provide an open, stimulating environment in which every child feels safe, valued and happy.

–  Encourage parents and the wider community to take an active interest in the education of all of our children and to feel an ownership of their school

We believe that:

Every child brings valuable experience and strength to our school and we build on this by adding value to existing curriculum that is stimulating, accessible, challenging and differentiated to meet the needs of all children.

Our System encourages smooth transition where the child learns self discipline through activities that help them in positive and decision making We also have computer training for all classes of children from Basic to Advance Computer Skills. Women and youths can also learn computer skills. Hurry and register your child at WOFAN Group of schools where Discipline & Self Reliance backed up with Islamic Knowledge is our goal.

We are a independent day school dedicated to inspiring excellence with a purpose.

93

FULL TIME FACULTY

1:8

STUDENT/TEACHER RATIO

80

PERCENTAGE OF SUCCESS RATE

765

CURRENT ENROLLMENT

Diversity, and how we think about it, plays an important role in the lives of students and adults throughout the School. Lower School teachers discuss and devise effective approaches to issues of identity in the classroom. 

Current enrollment: aaa
Lower School (aaa), Middle School (aaa), Upper School (aaa)
Students of color: aa%
Student/faculty ratio: a:a

Grants and tuition aid: $a.a million awarded to approximately aa% of our students
Annual Fund: $a.a million (July 1, 2018–June 30, 2019)
Endowment: $aaaaaaaa1 (as of May 31, 2019)

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