School will be closed up until February half term, as per Government guidelines.

Asalamualaikum warahmatulahi wabarakatuhu,

Dear parents/carers,

As per government guidance on tier 4, temporary delays for primary school opening was announced today.

Buttercup Primary school will be operating remote home learning for the next 9 school working days from Tuesday the 5th of January till Friday 12 February 2021.

You can access the remote learning via the link below:

Lockdown Learning Portal

Please note the school will operate for key worker children from the 5th of January for 9 school days. If you are a key worker and your child is eligible, please contact the school office on Monday 4th January to inform us. Only then your child can attend school on the 5th. Key worker children attending will need to be provided with a healthy packed lunch as school dinners will only be resuming back from the 18th January.

You will be contacted in the afternoon on Monday the 4th to explain how to use the school home learning portal. The portal will run exactly the same as it did in the first lockdown so In sha Allah it should be smooth running.

* Please note re- opening of school will be subject to government guidance and may be earlier or slightly later to the dates given. We will keep updating you as we learn more.

We thank you for your assistance with this matter and helping to keep all in our school community safe at this very difficult time during this unprecedented time. Please keep us in your duahs and support the school.

Senior management

September 2020 School Opening – Important Information 

Welcome Back:

Dear Parent / Guardians / Carers

Alhamdulillaah – All praise and thanks be to Allaah, after a long and difficult testing time we are pleased to welcome all of you back to Buttercup Primary School for the new academic year 2020-21.

Please take out time to read the following school document:

Re-opening school guidance Sep 2020

Brief History:

Buttercup Primary School was the result of a strong intention, dedication and hard work  from a young mother who carried a vision of creating a safe and secure learning environment, that will consist of highly qualified members of staff who will pursue the goal of bringing up the next generation of young children with a good balanced teaching of  both the National Curriculum and the Islamic Curriculum with  high standards.


Today the school continues to strive to be a welcoming centre of learning in which Islamic education is flourishing. Muslim values, principles and standards lie at the heart of our education alongside a strong recognition of world faiths and the multicultural society in which we live in.

Vision and Aims:

Our vision is to develop a Muslim generation capable of analytical and critical thinking who become Muslims by conviction and who will strive to fulfil their role positively and proudly in multicultural Britain alongside others. Our excellent facilities and resources develop enjoyment and pleasure in learning and promote the personal development of our pupils both spiritually and socially to become well-rounded individuals who are able to make a valuable contribution to Society.

As well as the vision statement, the school lists a number of aims. These include for the children to:

  • Develop knowledge and skills through an exciting and creative curriculum which fosters a lasting enjoyment of learning.
  • Provide a distinctively Islamic environment within which children feel safe and happy and where faith, respect, honesty, trust and love are valued and actively promoted within everyday learning opportunities.
  • Celebrate children’s individuality, effort and achievement while fostering positive attitudes towards self-esteem, learning and worship.
  • Show respect and empathy towards others, enabling them to make positive relationships with a wide range of people.
  • Recognise and meet the individual needs and potential of every pupil, in all aspects of life and learning.
  • Allow pupils to develop confidence through a range of activities in a safe environment.
  • Tackling poverty and intolerance.

The School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people. In order to ensure this our recruitment and selection policy is in accordance with local and national guidelines.



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