KPS-School-BuildingKamran Public School (KPS) is a faith-based school imparting both general and religious education. KPS places a lot of importance on pastoral care, especially in making sure that the students are enriched with Islamic and universal values and morals. Each and every student is expected to grow up into a model citizen and an ambassador for Islam in society.

At KPS equal emphasis is placed on all subjects including participation in sports and other recreational activities. Students are encouraged to participate in developing their independent learning skills and have access to a well resourced library. All students are expected to excel in Quranic studies both in terms of correct recitation (tajweed) and understanding of the Quran and its meanings. The school has a unique spiritual development program called the Quranic Education Curriculum (Nisab Taleem-e-Qurani).

The school is well known for its modern and well maintained campus and facilities. The school building has been designed to provide a bright, clean and pleasant learning environment for the students. In addition to spacious classrooms there is a library, computer lab and a dedicated playground.

Kamran Public School has been set up and managed by AMC Trust. AMC trust is UK registered charity (NGO) whose aims are to serve humanity in the areas of education, health and social welfare. The trust is a non-political charity and aspires to serve everyone regardless of their social, economic or sectarian background.

AMC Trust was established in 2005 by brothers Khalid and Zahid Chaudhry in honor of their father Ali Muhammad Chaudhry (AMC). The Chaudhry family have been supporting charitable activities for decades and set up their own charitable trust to continue the philanthropy started by their parents. Although AMC trust is based in the UK its work is not limited to the UK. The Trust supports charitable work in many parts of the world including Pakistan, Bangladesh, South Africa and Kenya.


AMC Trust

The trust was set up in 2000 to record all the charitable work being done by Khalid and Zahid chaudhry, the two sons of Ali Mohammed Chaudhry. The trust was registered as a charity, No. 1132067, with the Charities Commission in England in October 2009. The trust was named after their father and was dedicated to their father and mother, Aziza Begum Chaudhry. Some of the projects are named after the children of Khalid and Zahid so that the children are also interested in charitable work and continue in this noble cause. The purpose of putting down the brief history of the family is to praise and thank Almighty Allah for his limitless blessings.

Objectives of the Trust


By paying Student’s fees/expenses
By assisting Schools with their expenses
By assisting other charities doing similar work
By publishing books, magazines, newsletters
By any other means leading to the better education of the general public


By paying patients medical fees/expenses
By assisting Hospitals with their expenses
By assisting other charities doing similar work
By publishing books, magazines, newsletters
By any other means leading to better health of the general public


To relieve poverty and assist the needy in any part of the world.


11880656_1619427001669056_7007013177250679254_nMr. Ali Mohammed Chaudhry was born in Bahadurpur, Punjab, India, in 1921. His father Fateh Din was a farmer.

He emigrated to Kenya, East Africa in 1941, aged 20. He started work in the British Army, then known as East Africa Forces, as a carpenter/armourer. He then moved on to the Kenya Police as an armourer from where he retired in 1973 and emigrated to London, England. In England he started work at the Coca Cola factory in Enfield.

He not only provided all his children with the best education but also took care of his parents and other relatives in Pakistan. He also supported many charitable causes in England, Kenya and Pakistan.

Mr. Ali Muhammad Chaudhry passed away on 2nd February, 2015 at his home in London, England.

Our Chairman

IMG_9456Mr. Khalid Chaudhry was born in Nairobi, Kenya on 21st March 1951. He came to London, England, in December 1967, aged 16.

In England he started work in January 1968 with a firm of certified accountants. He also started to study accountancy and after completing his studies set up his own accountancy practice in 1973. In June 1986, he went into glazing industry and then diversified into property investment and nursing homes.

He set up AMC trust along with his brother Zahid Chaudhry in order to carry on the tradition of charitable work started by their father.

Mr. Khalid Chaudhry retired from commercial work in 2001 to concentrate on the charitable work.