Nasruddin Islamic School opened in Port Elizabeth in 1996. It is an independent school with a fully fledged primary and high school for grade R to 12. The school follows the Government Curriculum and integrates the Department of Education’s Learning Areas with Islamic Religious Studies as well as Arabic.
SOME EXTRA-MURAL ACTIVITIES
Speech and Drama, Hockey, Mini Cricket, Arts and Crafts, Soccer, Kids Club, School Magazine, Readathon, Leadership Course, Debate, English Olympiad, First Aid.
SOME SCHOOL EVENTS
Athletics: track events and swimming.
Annual Dinner: Guests flown in to share knowledge while patrons partake in a meal.
Drama Evening: learners who attend Helen O’Grady School of Drama showcase talents.
Jalsa: Learners’ scholastic efforts awarded.
In 2006, 50 students taken on Umrah.
In 2007 Grade 11 hosted Fashion Show for ladies where Islamic wear was displayed.
Ramadhaan food parcels given to the poor.
Visits by Youth Group to local Old Age Homes, Women’s Prison, SOS Orphanage, Quest School for children with autism, etc.