Weekend Islamic school for children

Every Saturday and Sunday from 10am to 2pm there is a weekend school for children.

The aim of this school are

  • To provide a sound Islamic education to children from 5 to 16 years, to help them develop a sense of belonging to the Muslim community.
  • To nurture the student’s personality towards the best moral conduct, healthy attitudes and self-discipline in accordance with the teaching of the Quran and Sunnah and to encourage him/her to develop as responsible citizens, contributing to the well-being of society and of humankind in general.
  • To enable students to fulfil their obligation to worship Allah in the manner that the Quran and Allah’s messenger have prescribed

The School’s Curriculum

  • To be able to read, write and understand commonly used Arabic terms and phrases, including Quran recitation.
  • To have a full understanding of basic Islamic beliefs.
  • To be able to understand and perform the rituals that are practiced in Islam.
  • To acquire the necessary knowledge and skills for practicing Islamic etiquettes and morals.

The subjects taught

  • Quran/ Arabic
  • (a) Sirah of the Prophet Muhammad (S.A.W).
    (b) Stories of other Prophets.
  • Akhlaaq wal Adaab : Morals/Manners based on the teaching of Prophet Muhammad (S.A.W)

The teachers are qualified and experienced in
Al-Mustafa Islamic School.

Current Teachers of Al-Mustafa Islamic School.

  • Principal and Head Teacher: Shaykh Umar Al-Qadri
  • Other Teachers:

    Imam Javed Iqbal :I Imam Mohammed Rafiq has been teaching in the Islamic School for 3 years and previously served as an Imam in the UK for many years.  Imam Mohammed Rafiq teaches Tajweed and Memorization of the Holy Qur’an.Ustazah Shahidah: Ustaza Umm Ahmad has been teaching in Al-Mustafa Islamic School since its opening for the past 8 years as she is also the wife of the Ameer of Al-Mustafa IECC. She teaches her class Quran recitation with Tajweed, Memorization of Holy Qur’an and Islamic Studies..

    Ustazah Aisha : Ustaza Aisha has been teaching in Al-Mustafa Islamic School for the past three years. She is originally from Iraq. She is very dedicated and teacher her class Qaidah, memorization of Surah’s and Islamic Studies.

    Imam Sajjad Ahmed: Imam Sajjad joined the Islamic School in August 2015. He is a graduate of Jamia Islamia Minhaj-ul-Quran and has previously served as the Imam of Kent Gravesent Masjid.