Overview Of The Junior Level (Grade 1-6)

السلام عليكم ورحمة الله وبركاته وأسعد الله أوقاتكم بكل خير

Discover the treasures of Islamic knowledge with our expertly designed Junior Level Islam Education Courses. Tailored to meet the needs of young learners, our courses comprehensively delve into critical Islamic principles, history, and ethics. Our junior level comprises Grades 1-6. Enroll your child today to lay the foundation for a lifelong love of learning and a deep appreciation of Islamic values.

Main Subjects

  • Aqaaid: Discover the foundation of the Islamic belief system and find inspiration.
  • Akhlaaq: Muslims’ manners do not change with time or go out of fashion. In this subject, all essentials related to Islamic mannerism are taught.
  • Fiqh: The course provides a comprehensive understanding of Shareeah, covering all its related matters. It includes Shariah’s principles, concepts, and sources, as well as its application in daily life. The students will learn about the different branches of Shareeah, such as fiqh (jurisprudence), usul al-fiqh (principles of jurisprudence), and hadith (prophetic traditions). They will also be taught about various Shareeah-related topics, such as worship, transactions, marriage, and inheritance. By the end of the course, the students will have a thorough knowledge of Shareeah and how it guides the lives of Muslims.
  • Islamic History: Islam has a vibrant history. Students are taught about all the major historical events in Muslim history.
  • Hadeeth: The sayings of Muhammad are fundamental in Islam. Students are taught about the essential books of Hadeeth besides important Hadeeths.
  • Ahadeeth wal Akhlaaq: Students are taught the conduct of the Holy Prophet with Hadeeth.
  • Essential Duas: We have been taught by Muhammad to recite duas on different occasions in our lives. From the time we awaken till the time we go to sleep, we have been taught to recite these duas. Students are taught all the essential duas.
  • Yassarnal Qur’aan: “Students are taught the fundamentals of Arabic language and how to read the Quran.”
  • Juz Amma/AmmaPara: In many traditional Islamic schools, students are taught the final portion of the Quran, called Juz Amma, as the foundation for Quranic recitation. Juz Amma comprises thirty-seven short chapters recited during the daily prayers. It is considered an essential part of Quranic learning, and students are encouraged to memorize it as it helps them to develop their recitation skills and deepen their understanding of Quranic Arabic. The final part of the Quran is also significant because it contains several chapters that deal with ethical and moral values, including kindness, compassion, and respect for others. This aspect of Juz Amma has made it a popular choice for children’s Quranic classes, as it helps to instill important values and principles in young learners.
  • 100 Sunnats: To instill the teachings and practices of Muhammad in the hearts and minds of students, they are taught the one hundred most essential Sunnahs. These are the actions and sayings of the Prophet that guide Muslims to follow in their daily lives. These Sunnahs cover many topics, such as worship, interpersonal relationships, hygiene, diet, etc. By learning and implementing these Sunnahs, students can deepen their connection with their faith and become better practicing Muslims.