Welcome to the Avecinna Academy website. As you can see we are currently updating the site in order to share with you the exciting changes that will be taking place . In the meantime, please refer to this page for key information regarding the school and any updates.  

“To nurture the finest, God conscious and morally uplifting role models who aspire to excel academically, while striving for excellence in every aspect of life to bring positive change in society”.


At Avecinna Academy we place great emphasis on character education and see it as an integral part of the school fabric in our daily practices. We follow both traditional and innovative approaches to character development. Our aim is to create a Centre of Excellence through developing our students into righteous and balanced citizens who: are mindful of the Creator; enjoin in all that is good and oppose all that is harmful, with exemplary etiquettes and manners; reach the highest academic standards; and contribute towards a just and better society.

We aim to provide a broad education to enable our boys to discover their strengths and to make the most of their talents within Avecinna and beyond. The school is committed to promoting the best habits of independent thought and learning, to engendering respect for individuality as well as the importance of teamwork, and to supporting pastoral care that nurtures spiritual richness, emotional maturity and physical health. By the time he leaves school, we want each boy to have a true sense of self-worth which will enable him to stand up for himself and for a purpose greater than himself, and in doing so, to be of value to society.


We are now enrolling students in years 7 to 10.

To apply for a place for your son, please send an email requesting a school admissions form to enquiries@avecinnaacademy.com or call the school on 0121 771 4782.

The Curriculum

Character development is a core part of the curriculum at Avecinna Academy and is essentially incorporated into the taught disciplines across Key Stages 3 and 4. The guidance for instilling noble virtues in the child comes from the Qur’an and the Sunnah with additional recommendations/support from the University of Birmingham’s specialist (research and development) department – the Jubilee Centre of Character and Virtues.  

The following school policies can be obtained by contacting the school office:

  • Safeguarding Policy
  • Admissions Policy
  • Curriculum Policy
  • Behaviour Policy
  • Anti-Bullying Policy
  • Health and Safety Policy
  • First Aid Policy
  • Complaints Policy

A copy of the latest Ofsted report can also be acquired from the school office.

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