For AGES 4-16 1 year structured Qur’an course. At the AISI Weekday Qur’an School, we endeavour to benefit not just those in the present but also those in the future Study Structure 1 Year Structurd Qur'an / Tajweed Course (Equivalent To 3 Terms) 8 Hours Study Time a Week Monday to Thursday 2Hours Per Day
Subjects & Assessment
Our Aim is To Educate
Our aim is to educate and prepare the younger generation of this Ummah through knowledge, wisdom, good morals and manners using successful methods existing in the Qur’an & Sunnah. By educating our young Muslims, we will be moulding the future generations in the INDIA, who by the permission of Allaah, will become model Indian citizens and beacons of light in the wider society.
AISI Madrasah provides structured learning for boys and girls aged 4-16. In order to create an atmosphere of correct Islamic morals and etiquettes, our classes are taught in gender appropriate environments. AISI Madrasah provides structured learning for boys and girls aged 4-16. In order to create an atmosphere of correct Islamic morals and etiquettes, our classes are taught in gender appropriate environments. Recognising that Islam is a holistic way of life, through teachings of the Qur’an and Sunnah, we aspire to nurture our Muslim community in the UK to espouse sound Islamic principles . This is done by promoting British and cohesive Islamic values to harbour good community relations such as respect, tolerance, justice and the elimination of bigotry.
This course is for our younger students & learners who wish to take their first step into learning to read the Quran. Using fun and exciting game-play, students will be introduced to the Arabic alphabet and the basic vowels so they may be able to recognise letters in their different forms, learn about the naughty letters, learn the alphabet with the correct pronunciation and from where their sounds emanate (Makhraj). Our young learners will then progress onto joining the alphabets to form basic words.
Qur’an Level 1
In this level students will learn the Arabic alphabet and vowels and then progress onto joining them to read words and sentences. We follow a unique oral spelling pattern, which will help your child learn to read quickly Inshaa Allah. Noorani Qa’idah is packed with words to practice reading; examples have been mainly taken from the Qur’an. In addition to this the Qa’idah is printed in accordance to the Uthmani script thus making it easier for your child to progress onto reading the Qur’an.
In this level students will be taught the etiquettes and manners pertaining to reading and reciting the Qur’an as we as being introduced on to basic rules of Tajweeed such as Madd (elongation) and Sifaat (characteristics) of the letters.
Qur’an Level 2 (Ahkaam At Tajweed)
This level is suitable for students who can read the Qur’an but have not formally studied all of the rules of Tajweed. In this level, students will learn the correct pronunciation of the letters and the rules of Tajweed through the medium of selected passages of the Qur’an.
Building on the rules previously learnt, students will learn the pronunciation (Makhraj), the heavy (Tafkheem) and light (Tarqeeq) letters, the vibrating letters (Qalqalah) and the rules relating to Noon As Saakinah, Meem As Saakinah and Raa. Students will be given ample opportunity to practice applying these rules during class.
After the successful completion of this level students will be advised to enrol onto our Hifdh School.
All students will be assessed at the registration days and assigned class rooms according to the child’s ability, age and pre knowledge of the Arabic language. Throughout the course, students will be tested on an individual basis based upon their general understanding and participation in class.
All parents will receive reports towards the end of each quarter based on teachers observations and mock tests.
In order to create an atmosphere of correct Islamic morals and etiquettes, our classes are taught in gender segregated environments.
Course Starts – Monday 7th September 2016
All parents must ensure that their children wear simple and modest clothing which loosely covers the whole body. The dress code for boys is white Thoube and for girls is black Hijab and Jilbab.