Thank you for your interest in Darul Hadis Latifiah Northwest. We are honoured that you are taking the time to learn about Darul Hadis Latifiah Northwest – An Independent Islamic Secondary School for Boys.
Admission is open to all Muslim Boys
Our aim is to educate & train our students who can contribute to society & build happy families within the Muslim Community in the 21st century & beyond.
For pupils aged 11 to 16 years
A structured learning experience will be provided, matched to the personal development and abilities of each individual pupil.
Academic year starts from September
Start the admission process by completing an application form. Some time spots may become available mid term. Contact us for more details.
SHARE YOUR INTERESTContact us to let us know that you are interested in DHLNW and we will let you know of the admission process
VISIT THE SCHOOLYou may book an appointment to visit the school and view the building, classes and meet the teachers
BEGIN THE APPLICATIONComplete an application form to start the application process for your child to join DHLNW
OPEN DAY EVENTSVisit open day events to see how the school works from within
Rated a "Good" school by Ofsted
Frequently asked questions
Below are some of questions that are frequently asked. If you have any questions not listed below or you would like more information, please do not hesitate to contact us.
Is there an entrance exam?
Yes there is an internally devised Entrance Exam which all pupils will have to sit.
Is there an interview?
If deemed necessary we will have to conduct an entry interview with your child.
Do you need reports from primary school?
Yes, we will need satisfactory academic and social reports from your child’s primary school.
How do you support if English is not at the academic standard?
We provide for their needs through increased English provision, developing literacy in all subjects and individual support.
Will you facilitate the special needs for my child?
At present we regret that we cannot provide facilities for students with special educational needs.