Madani Boys School operates a ‘House’ system – each form group within each year group is part of a ‘House’. Details of our ‘Houses’ are below. Each Head of House can be contacted via the email address below for any house-related queries.

Our house system provides your child with a sense of belonging and with the care they need. It provides a platform for them to build positive relationships with staff and students and creates a strong sense of community.

We at Madani pride ourselves in helping to nurture our students character with our core values: Honesty, Excellence, Accountability, Respect and Teamwork.

In our schools and in each house, we care about the whole child, their academic achievements as well as their personal development. We want every student to feel happy, safe, and successful at school.  House leaders are dedicated to support students throughout their journey with us and to leave Madani with the knowledge, skills, heart values, and attributes to enable them to not only successfully follow their desired career path, but also contribute to the community and wider society as an exceptional rounded citizen

House Imam Ghazali

Head of House: Mr H Suleman (interim)


“Knowledge without action is wastefulness and action without knowledge is foolishness.”

Imam Abu Hamid Al Ghazali the famous, legendary scholar has influenced the whole of the Muslim world. He has left a legacy with his books about Islam and his deep reflections on life.  He became known as a 'reviver' of his time and a 'Proof of Islam'.

House Muhammad Ali

Head of House: Mr N Hussen


“He who is not courageous enough to take risks will accomplish nothing in life.”

Muhammad Ali was an American professional boxer, activist, entertainer and philanthropist.

His determination, principles and fearlessness in speaking out ensured Ali won through eventually – both in and out of the ring. His impressive fighting style combined with his charismatic personality took boxing to another level.

Diagnosed with Parkinson’s Disease but he was determined to carry on making a difference. He had to fight to the very end.

House Salahudin Al-Ayyubi

Head of House: Mr Z Patel


“Don’t dream of winning train for it.”

Born in Mogadishu Somalia, Mohamed Farah came to the UK with his two siblings. At this point he spoke no English. He attributes his success to hard work.

He had an unbroken streak of ten global final wins, which included 4 Olympic finals.

Mohamed Farah was knighted by the Queen in 2017 for services to athletics. He was titled Sir Mohamed Farah