Madinatul Uloom Al Islamiya School

DY10 4BH
01562 66894
01562 862 334
If you are a representative of Madinatul Uloom Al Islamiya School and wish to add to or amend the information we hold on the school please click here

Madinatul Uloom Al Islamiya School, Kidderminster is an independent school for boys aged from 11 to 19. Takes boarders.

Local authority:







Properties for rent:

Properties for sale:

Linked schools

School Self Portrait

Entrance examinations consist of: 11+: Maths, English & Science (including an inetrview). 16: Minimum of 8 A-Cs at GCSE including an interview.

No past papers given.

For help with revision visit Read More

+ My Schools Good Schools Advice Service Properties for rent/sale
Subscribe now

Register for our Newsletter...

Go >

...and receive our FREE expert guide to Tutors!

Madinatul Uloom Al Islamiya School has not been reviewed by The Good Schools Guide.

This school has not yet completed our SEN Survey

Madinatul Uloom Al Islamiya School Catchment Area Map


Be the first to comment on this school.

Please login/register to comment.

Madinatul Uloom Al Islamiya School Where to pupils come from and Go to

Madinatul Uloom Al Islamiya School A Level, GCSE Exam Results, Tables and Graphs

School Features

Madinatul Uloom Al Islamiya School KS2, GCSE, Alevel Results and Performance

Ofsted report, English Baccalaurate, value Added

Madinatul Uloom Al Islamiya School University Leavers Data

For Sale
To Rent

Properties shown within a 3 mile radius

Hide Zoopla markers
Property information powered by Zoopla

Understanding the road risks in your local area

As many of us do, AXA Insurance and Road Safety Analysis believe that one child casualty on Britain’s roads is too much.

The data is presented by local area in order to aid the understanding of risk – it’s not just about killed or seriously injured, but about any incident reported to the police. Although road safety issues may arise due to a myriad of different reasons including proximity to busy roads and local speed limits, schools play a pivotal role in mitigating these risks by investing time in road safety education programmes.

Read more