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Course B (12-13 Years Olds)

Online Islamic Classes for boys and girls between the ages of 12 & 13.

  • Term Dates Term Dates

    19 Jan - 06 April / 05 Oct - 21 Dec

  • Course Times Course Times

    18:00-20:00

  • 100% Online 100% Online

    Study from home

  • Accreditation Accreditation

    Certificate upon completion

  • Qualified Teachers Qualified Teachers

    Well experienced Islamic teachers

First Semester:

FIQH (ISLAMIC LAWS) 

  1. Philosophy of Salah
  2. Ta’qibat (Duas) of Salah – including Tasbeeh Fatima Zahra (as)
  3. The Qiblah (Salah)
  4. Tark Salah
  5. Salah Jamaah (Congregational Prayers)
  6. Qada Salah
  7. Qasr Salah (Part 2)
  8. Ghusl
  9. Sawm –Fasting
  10. Amr bil Marouf
  11. Nahy anil Munkar
  12. The Islamic Calendar

Tareekh (Islamic History)

  1. Places of interest: The Ka’bah
  2. Sayyidah Khadijah
  3. Da’wat Dhul-Ashirah
  4. Inviting the Meccans to Islam
  5. Hijrah to Abyssina
  6. The first revelation (Mabath)
  7. Bio: Rasul Allah (Part 1)
  8. Bio: Rasul Allah (Part 2)
  9. Bio: Imam Ali (as)
  10. Bio: Sayyidah Fatima Zahra (as)
  11. Knowing your Imam – Imam Mehdi (Part 1)
  12. Knowing your Imam – Imam Mehdi (Part 2) 

Second Semester:

Aqaed (Beliefs)

  1. The concepts of Tawhid & Shirk
  2. Ziyarah of the Ahlulbayt
  3. Tawassul & Shaf’ah
  4. The principles of Imamah in the Quran
  5. Who are the twelve sucessors?
  6. The appointment of Imam Ali (as)
  7. The world of Angels
  8. Reality of sins
  9. The experience of death
  10. The necessity of the Day of Judgement and the Hereafter
  11. The realm of Barzakh
  12. The advent of Resurrection

Akhlaq (Moral Qualities)

  1. Self-Accounting
  2. Anger
  3. Cheating & Stealing
  4. Taqwa
  5. Family Life in Islam
  6. Caring for Orphans
  7. Trust in Allah
  8. Punctuality – The importance of Time
  9. Music
  10. Social Interaction
  11. Music
  12. Forbearance & Patience

Learning Outcomes

In the first semester students will cover two core modules, the first module will be Islamic law and the second module will be Islamic history. In the second semester we will teach the children Islamic beliefs and Ethics.

In Islamic law, students will understand how to do ritual bathing, and will be given a breakdown on how to pray as well as its legal requirements. Students will also be expected to understand how to take part in congregational prayers and recognise the rules of fasting. In the History module they will look at important events from the life of the Prophet Mohammed (PBUH) including the revelation, the migration, and certain battles. They will also be taught the brief biographies of both Imam Ali and Lady Fatima (AS).  All history courses will stress the relevance of the Imam of our time.

In the second semester, the beliefs module will focus on understanding the oneness of God and how to avoid associating partners with him. Students will also be able to explain how Imam Ali (AS) was appointed as the rightful successor to Prophet Mohammed (PBUH). They will also understand who the twelve successors after the Prophet (PBUH) were. In the Ethics and Morals modules, students will be able to demonstrate a greater understanding of how to deal with other notable life skills, such as dealing with the family, caring for the needy, and dealing with anger. They will also be taught the importance of being organised.

Word from the Course Director

It is important that young children living in the west have a basic overview of the islamic tenets. These core subjects will provide them with a great start to life and will allow them to build on their knowledge for years to come. I believe that children from a tender age should be exposed to this material to ensure they firmly begin to understand the world around them and the true meaning of life.

Faith is key but we must couple it with action and therefore children must be able to understand how to practise and apply their faith correctly. Finally Muslims living in this society must demonstrate a level of moral and ethical conduct, not only is this imperative as they contribute to a society which is founded on co-existence, but also because they are seen as important ambassadors of faith to the world.