Our Syllabus is intended to run from ages 5-11, years 1-6. This is a spiral syllabus as each topic is revisited every year and previous knowledge is built on.
The syllabus is split into four parts Aqaa’id, Akhlaaq, Fiqh and History.
There is an introductory book called My First Book Alif to Yaa. This book encompasses three topics fiqh, akhlaaq and aqaa’id. This book has been designed to help students get familiar with Arabic transliteration and help bridge the transition.
The Fiqh Syllabus
The fiqh syllabus is run from years 2 – 6. It is composed of seven different sections:
Terms and definitions
Sawm, Zakah and Haj
The Aqaa’id Syllabus
The Aqaa’id syllabus is run from years 2-6. It is composed of four different sections:
Miscellaneous (Challenges of today)
Islamic History Syllabus
Islamic History syllabus is run from years 2-6 it is ran in a chronological order.
Year 2 will learn the history from Sayyidina Adam AS to Sayyidina Ibrahim AS.
Year 3 will learn the history from Sayyidina Yusuf AS to Sayyidina Isa AS.
Year 4 will learn the seerah from birth to Hijrah.
Year 5 will learn the seerah from after Hijrah to Death.
Year 6 will learn about the different roles of our Prophet Muhammad SAW
The Akhlaaq Syllabus
The Akhlaaq syllabus is run from years 2 – 6. It is composed of four different sections:
MY First book – introduces the Arabic alphabet, important words and key concepts of Islam to children from a very young age. Children will learn the following;
Arabic words and its concepts
Transliteration of the Arabic words
Pronunciation of the Arabic words
English meaning of Arabic words
At least three key learning points for each Arabic word
AhsanualQawaaid – introduces rules and procedures relating to the recognition and pronunciation of each of the 29 Arabic letters. There are 22 lessons focussing on mastering the rules and pronunciation from a very young age over a period of two years. Lessons include;
Different forms of joint letters
Harkat (Fat’hah, Kasrah and Dhammah)
Tanween (Fathatain, Kasratain and Dhammatain)
Alif, Yaa and Wow Maddah
Basic Essentials – has been carefully compiled to include all the basic kalimas, duas, hadiths, surahs and other aspects that are essential for Muslims in their daily life. The content in this book is from reception age all the way up to Year 8, a total of nine year period. Students can work their way through the book according to their age and ability. Lessons also include;