Our pursuit of educational excellence is based upon our unshakeable belief that every person is unique and special and has the capacity within themselves to succeed.
Our job as a school is to help each and every young person discover their unique talents.
A Hadeeth of the Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) teaches us, ‘People are like treasures – just like treasures of gold and silver.’ As we know, gold and silver do not simply come out of the ground ready to be made into jewellery. Much effort is spent finding the gold and extracting it from the ground. Craftsmen then labour for hours on end to turn it into something of beauty.
Rabia Girls School was set up as an independent private primary and secondary school for girls in Luton . Rabia Girls School was the first Islamic school to be opened in Beds, Hearts and Bucks in 1995. Due to demand a boys site was added and the school became known as Rabia Boys and Girls School. It is our vision is to develop a national model for progressive and positive Muslim schools which develop young people with an outstanding academic profile and an exemplary aptitude for civic responsibility and citizenship. We are determined that the school should be a model school, fully reflecting our vision.