Virtual Classroom

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At London East Academy learning continues we have set virtual classroom, Pupils will be taught live with their teacher throughout the duration of the closure. Virtual classroom begins Friday 20th March 2020.

Download London East Academy Timetable for Year 7 – Year 11

Here you will find our home learning resource pack to keep our student learning during school closure.

Introduction to Zoom

Zoom is an online application that allows meetings and sessions to take place remotely. The software is used in corporate settings and some countries for distant learning. London East Academy and Al-Mizan have adopted a new approach to learning during these tough times. The application allows:

  • Teachers and students to interact via voice, video, text and screen sharing
  • Send files to and from
  • Record lessons
  • Assess students live
  • And much more

Installing Zoom

  1. Please open up a web browser
    1. Go to the website
    2. Highlight resources
    3. Click on Download zoom client

4. Click on the ‘Zoom Client for Meetings’ download button and install the application

Using zoom

Open zoom

    1. Click on ‘join a meeting’
    2. Enter the Personal Meeting ID (PMI) for the subject you need to join according to the timetable
      1. A list of teacher PMI can be found in the ‘Personal Meeting ID’ section
      2. Timetable will be available on the school website
    3. Enter the students full name
      1. A register will be taken every lesson
      2. Late students may not be able to join as lessons may be locked if there are interruptions

Instructional video

Personal Meeting ID

Please see the letter sent to you with your Personal Meeting  ID codes to access the virtual classrooms. It will also be sent to you via text.


My son is loving it and is asking if it could always be like this.
I am really happy with the services as I don’t have to do anything. I used to homeschool him until was 11 and I am glad I don’t have the stress to look for resources. Another point is that my son is occupied for a good part of the day so he doesn’t get bored.
We have some issue with our wifi so he sometimes struggles to log in.
“Mashallah tabarakallah I’m really impressed with how the school has adapted so fast to ensure our children get the necessary lessons that they need. I know that we don’t have a science teacher right now but they have assured us that they are sorting it out as best as they can. I think the tahfiz time is a bit too short and rushed. But overall I think they’re doing the best that they can. We should be grateful for what they’re doing because some schools aren’t even trying alhamdulillah. I hope they find a science teacher soon because it is an important subject. Jazak’Allah Khayran to all the ustaads and the effort that they are putting it”.
Year 8 Parent
“Assalaamu’alaykum, at first I wasn’t too sure about the virtual lessons as I was excited to homeschool my daughter alongside my son!
However, I have been super impressed. It’s been productive and a bonus is that I’m getting to keep an eye on the lessons and can keep track on where my daughter need extra help.
I think it’s also great for their mental health as they’re able to see their teachers and friends on a regular basis Alhamdulillaah.
A great thank you to all the teachers for taking their time to do this for our children”.
Year 8 Parent
I pray you and your families are all well in shaa Allah.
Allahumma Ameen to all duas.
I would like to take this opportunity to thank all the LEA staff for delivering online classes which keep the boys occupied during the day.
Saddened that Year 11’s worked so hard and now have an uncertain ending to their final year😔 Qadr Allah.
Online classes; It is a valuable service to have especially given the difficult circumstances we are in.
May Allah reward the efforts of the teaching staff and management team in abundance for coordinating sessions swiftly  …ameen🙏🏼
Sisters please stay safe, Allahu alam💛