New Quran School Curriculum and Teacher Training
There are over 750,000 Muslim children attending Masajids or Madrassahs in the UK. Most of them do not achieve the best from their time, due to the unsuitability of the curriculum being taught, or the teachers not being qualified to teach them. Some children leave the Masajid or Madrassah after having read the Quran once, thinking they have attained the highest level of Islamic Education.
This has gone on for over two generations, and too many youngsters have been led astray by the trappings of the dunya. We need to address this issue and as we have lived in the UK long enough to know how a good educational infrastructure is set up, and how good management is achieved and maintained. Why do we not want this development for our Masajids and Madrassahs? We can hear and see parents crying out for it, but why are we not delivering? What are the reasons for inaction? Where there are educated people looking after the Masajid/Madrassahs, positive change is being brought about.
What are we offering
Alhamdulillah, we have two decades of experience in education and teaching in this country. We have a very successful programme that has been used for the past four years. Many Masajids have approached us to help them develop their Madrassahs. We would like a commitment from any Masjid who would like us to help train their staff in writing.
To provide children with the best resources, teachers and an environment where they can learn to read the Glorious Quran, and learn the Fardh Ain in Islam. We want to inspire children so they will learn their religion enthusiastically and fall in love with Islam.
For a full Madrassah set up or restructure we offer:
To train the Madrassah Head Teacher / Coordinator
Advice on hiring staff
Provide admission documents and training on managing a flexible database
Policies and procedures to maintain smooth running of the Madrassah
Colourful Qaidas, and three elementary textbooks
For Quran readers: four textbooks and workbooks from the ‘Let’s Learn Islam’ series
Ready-made speeches for children to prepare in assemblies
‘Let’s Learn Tajweed’ textbook
Advice on arranging the classes into manageable groups
Training for Qaida teachers
Training for Quran teachers
Regular training for continued professional development
‘Theme of the Week’ textbook and forty posters on spiritual, moral and social development
Monitoring and recording progress
Provide documents for recording and reporting pupils’ progress
We will train the staff and visit them to assess ongoing development
We will help in arranging the classes into manageable groups
We provide the entirety of the management documents and policies in electronic format