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Madrasa Al-Ikhlas

Creating Beacons of Light and Rahmatu-lil’alameen.

Madrasa Al-Ikhlas is an innovative madrasa located in central Cambridge. We put our students’ wellbeing at the heart of everything we do. Seeking islamic knowledge is an obligation upon every Muslim, male and female and the duty upon each Muslim to provide a proper islamic education for their child. As a community, we share that responsibility to improve our children’s learning experience, so not only do we offer high-quality education, but a rich variety of resources and character development activities too.

Our doors are open to students from all backgrounds. We are heavily invested in developing good characters, creating ambassadors of our Beloved Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) and Rahmatul-lil’Alameen; mercy to all humanity (mankind and all that exists).
Please do not hesitate to reach out with your questions and remember to visit our social media pages and website, which provide updates on a regular basis, for you to check out our activities, programs and learn more about our madrasa and to experience the difference we make. 

Jazakum Allahu khairan katheer

Sheikh Ali Omar
Head of Education
Madras Al-Ikhlas 

Abdul Kayum Arain
Chief Executive Officer (CEO) and Trustee
Cambridge Muslim Trust


Our Team


At Masdrasa Al-Ikhlas we are loving, caring, dedicated, and always striving to offer the best education and experience to our next generation.

All teachers are monitored and reviewed on a regular basis to ensure teaching is of a high standard. We ensure that all our staff are fully equipped with the best resources required
to aid our students’ learning.

All our team have:

  1. been DBS checked.

  2. completed Safeguarding Children training with Cambridge Safeguarding Team.

  3. regular training for professional development.

  4. qualified sufficiently to teach at Madrasa Al-Ikhlas.

  5. been tested with recitation of the Quran, abiding by rules of tajweed.

  6. adequate islamic knowledge to teach.

  7. graduated as hafiz of Quran.


Measuring success.
The previous generation has done most of the hard work so that the coming generations can focus on education, providing guidance to others and becoming a benefit to society.