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MCEC, 30 Oakthorpe Road
Palmers Green, London
N13 5JL, United Kingdom

T: +44 20 8920 3990

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Job Opportunity: School Administrator

Last Updated on September 30, 2016

MCEC – Palmers Green Mosque is recruiting

School Administrator

This is an opportunity to join a well established team running both Saturday and Evening schools and working to continuously improve this service for the community.

This part time role (15 hours per week) is an exciting and challenging one that is critical to the functioning of the Saturday and Evening schools. Both schools are significantly oversubscribed and the role of the Administrator is to be the public face for parents and pupils alike.

The role includes:

  • Supporting, and refining if needed the Administrative procedures of the Saturday and Evening schools
  • Establishing protocols for engaging with the Parents and Pupils as well as leading by example when working with Parents and visitors to the centre
  • Ensuring efficient use of school resources and supporting the management of costs
  • Helping to define timetables and administration of admission and class registers

For more details on the role and to apply click here.


Getting to know ourselves: improvement through habits – Jumma Khutbah – 16th September 2016

Last Updated on September 25, 2016


Shaykh Hasan Ali discusses how we can improve ourselves through discipline, hard work and mindfulness.


Eid ul Adha: Monday 12th September 2016

Last Updated on September 3, 2016

Insha’allah Eid-ul-Adha will be on Monday 12th September 2016

Please be prompt and conscious of our neighbours. It is a working day and the roads will be very busy. Please park considerately and share cars as much as possible.
Also please be conscious of how well we also treat each other. It will be crowded so be mindful of the need to respect others’ space and requirement to pray.

The Eid Jamaat times are:

1st: 7:30  – Sh. AbdusSalam

2nd: 8:45 – Ajmal Masroor

3rd: 10:00 – Sh. AbdusSubhan

4th: 11:15 – Sh. Mahmoud Attiya

Eid is a time of joy and celebration, to be spent with loved ones, family and friends. Eid is a time to continue further on the path towards spiritual development, through recitation of Qur’an, dhikr of Allah and reflection. Eid ul-Adha marks the sacrifice made by the Prophet Ibrahim.

If you would like to organise your Qurbani/Udhiyya through MCEC please read here.


Saturday/Evening school restarting after Eid ul Adha

Last Updated on September 3, 2016

Just to remind you all that Saturday and Evening Schools  will resume after Eid ul Adha.

Please ensure fees are paid by the start of term to guarantee your child’s/children’s place in the school. 

Saturday school starts on 17 September 2016.

Evening school resumes on 20 September 2016 

Ride4MedicalAid for Palestine: Rahma rides to Jerusalem

Last Updated on August 31, 2016

We are really proud to be supporting Rahma Barclay on her sponsored ride to Jerusalem. 

What is Ride4MedicalAid? 

Ride4MedicalAid is a sponsored cycle ride from London to Jerusalem to raise awareness and funds for Medical Aid for Palestinians (MAP). The ride, starting 27 August 2016, will cross 13 countries, covering 3,500km in less than 35 days, arriving at Jaffa Gate in the Old City of Jerusalem on 30 September 2016.

The route will go through 13 countries, 7 capital cities, the Alps, the famous Dalmatian coastline, and take in countless historical and architectural wonders along the way.

Check out the route here

What is MAP’s physiotherapy project? 

While people undergo surgery in hospitals, a lot of the recovery depends on good rehabilitation methods and physiotherapy is key to this. 

The project that Ride4MedicalAid will help fund will aim to provide specialised training to 80% of physiotherapy staff (143) in its first year and establish an ongoing professional development programme. MAP will be sending out clinicians from London’s own St George’s Medical University to provide training courses.

To find out more about this project read here
Follow Rahma on her journey for this great cause on her blog