TIGHS plays an active role in enhancing social cohesion and promoting civic responsibility. It has a focused community programme aimed at promoting service, respect and citizenship among all its pupils and parents.
Islam teaches us that, as human beings, it is our duty to consider the welfare of all mankind. This is a basic duty that transcends race, colour, beliefs, gender or faith.
All learners at TIGHS complete community service projects. They undertake 500 hours of community service during their time at the school and also establish and manage social enterprises and charities autonomously, as part of the school’s curriculum.
It is one of our driving principles that, through our activities and those of our pupils and their families, the communities in which we are based, and those further afield, should become stronger and more cohesive.