Quran Learning

Our Madrassa operating as a Supplementary School offers a broad and comprehensive Islamic Curriculum with focus not just on learning but practising and living the prophetic ways of the beloved messenger, Muhammad (s.w.w). Our ethos is to encourage in all our children, the deep love for the Deen of Allah(s.w.t).
The Madrasah aims to fulfil the obligation of seeking knowledge by providing a caring, secure, Islamic environment, which endorses excellent conduct and paves the way for developing well rounded confident future Muslims leaders of tomorrow.

Quran Hifdh faculty
The Madrassa has a specialised Quran Hifdth faculty, which focuses on Quran Recitation and Memorisation.
Some graduates of this faculty, have not only led the congregation in Tarweeh prayers but have gone on to teach at the Madrassa and serve the community, others have continued with their further education in Universities and have successfully gone into industry.
The faculty is currently under review and looking at ways to increase its intake due to significant demand and present waiting list.

Opening times
The Madrasah year is based on the Islamic calendar and runs from Ramadhan to Ramadhan. It is open Monday to Friday from 4:45 pm to 7:00 pm, with the Hifdh faculty closing at 7:30pm
The class sizes are controlled to ensure each child gets protected one-to-one time with the teacher.

All of our teachers are either Hufadh or Alimiyah accredited from reputable institutions and have considerable experience of teaching the curriculum. All teachers and staff working at the Madrasah have undergone enhanced clearance from the Government Disclosure and Barring Service.

Curriculum Overview
Early Years (Year 1 to Year 3)
Commencing from Noorani qaaidah and progressing on to Juzz Amma
Essential Duas Kalimahs and progressing to Salaah theoretical and practical
Year 4
Focus on Daily Quran including Memorisation Juzz Amma, Practical salaah and Basic fiqh
Year 5 onwards
Aqaaid; Daily Duaas; Salaah Practical; Fiqh; Seerah; Hadeeth

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Weekend Arabic School
The Charity is looking at Partnering with an established Arabic school on weekends. The Arabic school will be led by qualified Arabic teachers with the objective of providing a very sound understanding of the Arabic language, the language of the Quran and of Paradise.

The Arabic school curriculum will run alongside the school curriculum so that children are exposed to the language at a very young age and ultimately complete the GCSE accreditation. This will provide a sound foundation for onward further education.

The discussions are at an advanced stage with the classes looking to commence in September 21. Further details including application information to follow.;