Structure Governance and Management
IQRA Educational Trust was established in 1990. The aim of the Trust is to provide support and guidance to junior and secondary pupils in Islamic Studies and the provision of supplementary education in accordance with the requirements of the National Curriculum. With continuing commitment from the Trustees, we have a regular extra curriculum school that operates on Saturdays. We also continually support several schools’ overseas year-in-year-out.
Iqra Educational Trust is established UK Charity and was registered by the Charity Trust Commission in July 2006 with the charity number 1102439. It is governed by a Deed of Trust registered May 2002.
Iqra Charity Trustees are responsible for the management of Iqra. They give their time freely and voluntarily and receive minimal benefits.
The Trustees meet every two months and discuss issues which concern Iqra from projects overseas to plans within the UK. Mr Anees Qari as Chairman of the Trust heads these meetings and discussions.