Islamic Studies are conducted according to a structured curriculum that has been developed using sources that have been in development since the early 1980's using English as the medium for instruction to ensure that the school is suitable for any child in the community.
The normal school day will be extended to accommodate the extensive Islamic Studies program. 20% of the extended school day is devoted to Islamic Studies.
Prophet Muhammad (SAW) stated that “No father can give his child anything better than good manners”.
The Islamic Studies subjects include: Islamic Akhlaq (Manners), Tawheed, Aqeedah, Fiqh (Essentials and Practices), Qur’an reading / recitation and Hifz (memorisation), Islamic History, and Arabic.
Islamic studies are also integrated with other subjects such as Science, History and Mathematics. Everything we teach in the classroom can be linked to Islam.