Islamic Studies

Our Islamic studies curriculum is divided into four major parts:

  • Adhab and Adkhar

    Adab in the context of behaviour refers to Islamic Ettiquettes- knowing and recognising all things that are good. It is to exercise self discipline in enacting one’s role in accordance with that recognition and acknowledgement.

    Adhkar, gotten form the word ‘dhikr’ which means remembrance of Allah(SWT). Adhkar is a devotional acts usually short prayers which are repeatedly recited silently or aloud as the situations demand. Adhkar keeps a servant under the protection of ALLAH always and increases his chances of entering Paradise.

    An educational system devoid of moral values will only breed leaders who will run the affairs of the people according to their whims and fantasies. With Adab and Adhkar in our Islamic Studies curriculum, your can be assured that your child will grow to be a responsible, self disciplined and confident leader.

  • Arobiyyah
    • Allah (SWT) charged us with the responsibility of pondering over the message of the Quran.  Arabic is the language of the Holy Quran and as such, a deep understanding of Its message can only be attained by learning Its original language.
  • Hadith, Fiqh and Tawheed
    • Hadiths are the sayings of our beloved Prophet Muhammad(PBUH)
    • Fiqh is the theory or philosophy of Islamic law, based on the teachings of the Quran and the traditions of the Prophet Muhammad(PBUH).
    • Tawheed teaches the Oneness of Allah(SWT) as against polytheism.
  • Hifz, Qira’ah and Tajweed
  • Hifz: This is the memorization of the holy Quran. Committing the Quran to the heart  and acting by Its teachings are highly rewarding acts of worship.
  • Qira’ah: This simply means reading, In Qira’ah the ability of a child to read properly the Arabic text is developed
  • Tajweed: This is the recitation of the Qur’an with correct pronunciation of Its letters and words in a melodious way filling the heart with solace, peace and the physical environment with blessings.



Classes offering this course

Quick reminders about the Holy Quran

Makki Surahs
Madni Surahs