Al-Aqsa School Madrasa 2018-2019
Aims and objectives
- To offer a madrasa that runs straight after school and during term time only.
- To develop correct pronunciation and reading of the Quran.
- To do Hifdh (memorisation) of Juz Amma and more where possible.
- To learn aspects of Islam, manners/etiquettes, aqeedah, fiqh, islamic history/about the Prophets, and develop an attachment to the deen.
- To memorise a selection of du’aas.
- To do a little homework.
- To encourage a sharing/caring attitude.
- To practise self improvement through practising a value per week or fortnight.
The madrasa is run 3 times a week; on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays. It starts at 3.00 pm and finishes at 4.45 pm. It only runs during term time.
There are 2 groups:
- FS2 and Year 1
- Year 2- Year 6
A typical day looks like:
3.00-3.15 Fruit time (children share their fruits)
3.15-3.20 Plan of the day/Check homework
3.20-3.45 Qaidah/Quran testing by teacher and practise of new lesson.
3.45-4.15 Hifdh testing by teacher and practise of new lesson.
4.15-4.40 Islamic studies Safar book
Arabic Handwriting Practice
Reflecting on and journaling about what we are grateful for
4.40-4.45 Flash cards with frequently occurring words in the Quran.
£38 per child per month / £3.25 per child per lesson.
As previously mentioned, classes are run 3 times a week. However, we are actively looking to make it to 5 days a week. We are also trying to extend our madrasa provisions to the secondary girls.
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