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London East Academy's History

The London East Academy is a Muslim-faith independent secondary school which was established in response to the immense community demand for high-quality education that meets the aspirations of modern day British Muslims.

The Academy offers a broad and balanced curriculum merging Islamic Sciences and The National Curriculum, with an emphasis on Islamic Sciences.

Since it first opened its doors to the public in 2004, The Academy has been very successful in producing high-achieving, independent learners who constantly score GCSE results that exceed the national average by a significant margin.
Over the last 3 years alone the percentage of students that have achieved more than A*-C grades in their GCSEs including English & Maths has not been less than 93%.

Professional & Commitment

We believe our success stems from the professionalism and commitment of all our staff; teaching and support.

Unity &

The school promotes the culture of unity and brotherhood which creates a sense of security amongst our students.


The positive relationships between the different year groups and the constructive rapport between students and staff members are most definitely one of the many strength sour school prides itself on.


We believe is vital to creating a safe conducive environment for learning to take place.

The Academy has benefited greatly from being housed in one of the largest and most prestigious Islamic centres in Europe; The London Muslim Centre. The centre provides the students with a much-valued identity and they have come to appreciate the great part it plays in their lives.

The School is fully equipped with up to date resources and apparatus necessary to teach all the subjects to a high standard. The purpose-built classrooms are equipped with modern technology that includes interactive whiteboards.

We aim and strive to preserve our commitment to learning, achievement and in producing the sophisticated young men who will inevitably have a positive impact on the societies they will reside in.