At Madrasah we offer 2 main curriculums that run alongside each other in the evening. A student can attend one or the other based on certain criteria.
Qur’an and Islamic Studies Programme
The student attends 75 minutes of Qur’an Studies and 75 minutes of Islamic Studies each day.
The Qur’an Studies consists of 3 Levels:
- Qaidah Level where a student learns the Baghdadi Qaidah
- Reading Level where a student learns how to read the Qur’an with correct Tajweed
NOTE: The student reads the last Juzz (chapter) of the Qur’an or Surah Baqarah if they have previously memorised the last Juzz. The student does not read the whole Qur’an before they move onto the next level; when the teacher is satisfied that the student can read the Qur’an correctly, the student will be moved onto the next level irrespective of how much reading they completed.
- Hifdh Level where a student begins to memorise the whole Qur’an
The Islamic Studies aims to incorporate an understanding of:
- The true teachings of the Qur’an and Sunnah (Prophetic Traditions) as understood by the pious predecessors of Islam
- The rights and responsibilities of each student towards the individual, the family and society
- Uniting on similarities and respecting of differences within culture, race and nationality
The Islamic Studies comprises of the following topics:
- Aqeedah and Emaan (Creed and Belief)
- Role Models of Islam
- Fiqh (Jurisprudence)
- Fiqh of Salah (Prayer)
- Manners and Characteristics
- Prophets and Messengers
- Rights, Roles and Responsibilities
- Islam and Science
Once each topic has been studied, the students complete a project and a test.
Pure Hifdh Programme
The student focuses solely on the memorisation of the Qur’an, 2.5 hours each day.
The Pure Hifdh Programme consists of 3 Levels:
- Level 1: where 3 Juzz are memorised
- Level 2: where the next 12 Juzz are memorised
- Level 3: where the last 15 Juzz are memorised
NOTE: The Pure Hifdh Programme is not available to all students. We have set criteria students must fulfil to be included onto the programme, as well as to remain on the programme.
We have a written contract that must be signed by the student, the parents and the Madrasah, before a student is accepted onto the programme.