Join our Edgware Road branch
Serving Westminster, Hammersmith, Camden, Islington and the Inner London Community
We are very excited to announce the opening of our new Edgware Road Branch, which will now allow us to serve the Madrasah needs of the diverse Central London Community.
Our aim is to nurture young people into adopting sound knowledge and good morals and we hope to continue to provide the springboard for our learners that will see them excel.
The Edgware Road Branch will provide engaging classes for girls aged 4-11 and boys aged 4-7 in a productive learning environment.
Contact us early to avoid disappointment as spaces are limited.
- New Branch
- Central London opportunity
- Playground facility
- Big spacious classrooms
“My son attends other clubs during the weekdays, the weekend madrasah timing fits perfectly with his schedule. It is one of the best madrasah my son has been to. The staff are exceptional, perfect example for the youth.”
“Tayyibun Madrasah have positive female role models who are educated women and who make a good contribution to the local community. They promote good manners and characteristics which is something that as a society we need to support fully.”
“A renowned Institute providing education for a sector of the community which do not always have acces to facilites of such high standard.”
Times: 10.15am to 3pm
Girls & Boys: Sunday
1 year structured packaged course
4 hours study time a week
Quran Class 2hours
Arabic Class 1hour
Islamic Studies 1hour
Quran & Tajweed
A fundamental requirement for a Muslim child is to become acquainted with the Book of Allah, the Quran. At Tayyibun Madrashah, we endeavour to take each child by their hand through the journey of learning how to correctly read the Quran.
We have developed a structured programme with ten levels to ensure progression within the curriculum. Our focus is to teach young children the correct recitation of the Quran with Tajweed, as well as encourage its memorisation.
The Quran is in the Arabic language and therefore learning it the will help us understand the Quran when reading it. It is advantageous to become familiar with the language at a young age. We have carefully designed a structured syllabus to teach Arabic in a non Arabic-speaking environment to learners from a broad age range.
Our Arabic syllabus aims for students to progress in building up their knowledge of Arabic vocabulary and grammar and to put into practice the skills they have acquired through written exercises, spoken passages of dialogue and comprehension exercises.
At Tayyibun we strongly believe in providing the platform for children to develop their character. Whilst the nurturing of a child should primarily begin at home, we aim to provide a supporting role to families and reinforce good values and good character.
We hope to inculcate the love of Islam within children, have tolerance and respect for people, enjoin righteousness and peace and uphold justice.
The curriculum incorporates modules in creed (belief in the pillars of iman), worship (purification, zakah, prayer, fasting, hajj) and character (manners & etiquette and studies relating to interactions, dealings and personal development). These modules are taught over eight age-appropriate levels.
All students will be assessed at the registration days and assigned classrooms according to their ability and age. 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 term based on teachers’ observations and test results.
|OPTION 1||£400 discounted one off payment for full year|
|OPTION 2||£450 (two instalments of £225)|
• We accept payments by cash, cheque or bank transfer. Please make cheques payable to ‘Tayyibun’
• Payment must be paid in advance
• Fees include learning fees, course materials and Madrasah bag
• Parents may be required to contribute towards outings/trips
|Sunday||2nd Sept 2018||10am – 3pm|
Registration Venue: Registration has already opened at our Head Office and will also take place at the Edgware Road branch on selected dates.
8 New Road (Off Whitechapel Road),
London E1 2AX
King Solomon Academy
London NW1 6RX
Nearest Transport: Tube: Edgware Road Station East Buses: 6, 16, 98, 332, 414, N16, N18, N98