History

Our school was officially opened in September 2004. When the school opened, it consisted of two blocks (A and B), with shared play and hall areas with a local school, a small dining room and a kitchen. There were nine teaching staff, including the Headteacher, Dr Sa’eed P. Alam.  At that time, the school was in the Birmingham area of Small Heath.

The school was expanded in 2006 with a further new premise acquired to facilitate the increase in student numbers.

In 2010, the school moved to our new location on Moseley Road, Birmingham. This represented by far our biggest transformation. By this time the school was growing rapidly and a further new block was added in 2012 housing the girls section. In 2012 Mr Hameed Alam was appointed as the new Headteacher and in the same year, the school became a fully independent school which was rated ‘Good’ by Ofsted.

During Mr Hameed Alam’s time as Head, the school underwent a plethora of changes – the introduction of IGCSEs, the National Curriculum, the Duke of Edinburgh awards to mention a few. This time also coincided with the upgrade of many of the schools facilities such as the new playground, science lab, canteen, IT lab and other facilities at Redstone.

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