The process of learning learning starts with the correct pronunciation of the Arabic alphabet, the rules of Tajweed and are then given the tools to memorize the Quran. Once memorisation starts, the following needs to be adhered to: taking new lessons (sabaq), revising the current chapter (juz) and concentrating on the back lessons (old lessons). Once all 30 chapters have been memorized, the learner then consolidates his memorisation of the Quran by reading between 3 to 5 chapters per day. This entire process normally varies from learner to learner and can be completed over a period of 4-6 years. Finally, the learner graduate is tested by having to recite from memory anywhere in the Quran. This process of adjudication is done by an external panel of Qurraa.
The journey of the learner is carried out by dedicated teaching staff who continue to deliver sterling work. In conjunction with the memorisation of the Holy Quran, integral subjects like Adaab, Fiqh, Tajweed, Arabic, Touheed and Seerah are also being taught. Fully integrated with our Quran program and Islamic study subjects, is an academic support program which will allow our learners to easily reintegrate into the school system after graduation. The teaching of Mathematics and English are taught to specific phase groups, namely Intermediate phase (grade 3-6) and Senior phase (Grade 7-9).
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