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Weekend Islamic Studies in London

Importance

Understanding the Quran and the teachings of our beloved and final messenger, Muhammad (ﷺ) is a key aspect of our faith.  It is with this that we are not only able to recite the Quran correctly but also relate to the message that our Creator, Allah, has provided for us. Alongside the knowledge taught, it is equally as important to put this into practise.  At Fussilat Academy, we relate each Islamic Studies module to the students of today’s society.

 

What we teach

At our weekend Islamic school in London, we offer beginner, intermediate and advanced classes in Islamic Studies. Each topic is taught at an appropriate level for each student’s ability and age. The 3 topics covered are:

1. Aqeedah

2. Fiqh

3. Stories of the Prophets

Aqeedah and Fiqh are taught weekly for 30 minutes each, with the story of a Prophet being taught every 2-3 weeks.

Aqeedah

Aqeedah covers the basic core beliefs of our religion, the beliefs that distinguish us from other religions.  Here, we cover the 6 articles of faith:

Belief in:

Allah

Angels

Books

Prophets & Messengers

The Hereafter

Qadr (Divine Decree)

 

Fiqh

Fiqh, jurisprudence, realtes to the day-to-day practical aspects of our religion which enable us to worship Allah in the manner He requires us to worship him.  Through this, we learn the methods of each worship, their requirements and what would validate or invalidate them.  We cover:

Tahaarah

Salah

Zakah Sawm (Fasting)

Hajj & Ummrah

 

Stories of the Prophets

We all enjoy a good story, and there is none better than factual stories that Allah has mentioned in the Quran.  We discuss each and every prophet, learning the lessons that Allah wants us to learn from each story as well understanding the relevance of these stories in the light of our own daily lives.

 

Assessment

At the end of each term, all students will be assessed, allowing them to demonstrate what they have learnt to the teachers and their parents. With this, the teachers and students gain an insight as to the level that the student is working at, as well as which topics, if any, would need to be revisited in the following term.

The following highlights the exam types for each level

Beginner: Oral exam
Intermediate: Oral, practical and written exam
Advanced: Oral, practical and written exam

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Islamic Education – Foundation Class

This is Class Aswad for Beginners. The aim of this course is to teach beginners or those new to Islam all foundational aspects of Islam Education through the study of the Quran, the hadith and other Islamic texts developing ones Islamic knowledge from a broad and multidisciplinary perspective.


Learn More: Class Aswad – Islamic Education – Foundation

Course Tutor: Ustadha Hajra  & Ustadha Aamena

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Islamic Education – Intermediate [Boys]

This is Class Abyad for boys. The aim of this intermediate class is to teach those who already have a sound foundation of Islamic Education through the study of the Quran, the hadith and other Islamic texts and who want to continue developing ones Islamic knowledge from a broad and multidisciplinary perspective.


Learn More: Islamic Education – Boys Intermediate Class

Course Tutor: Ustadh Saim & Ustadh Abdullah

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Islamic Education – Intermediate [Girls]

This is Class Baydaa For Girls. The aim of this intermediate class is to teach girls who are already familiar with the foundational aspects of Islamic Education through the study of the Quran, the Hadith and other Islamic texts developing ones Islamic knowledge from a broad and multidisciplinary perspective.


Learn More: Islamic Education – Girls Intermediate Class

Course Tutor: Ustadha Maryam

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