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Year 3 to 6 Islamic Studies and Qur'an - T4 2020

Posted by Mr Muhammed Ordukaya on 16 December 2020
Assalamu Alaikum wa rahmetullahi wa barakatuh,

All praise be to Allah (SWT) and may peace and blessings be upon His beloved Prophet Muhammad (SAW), his family, companions and to all those who follow him.

Year 3
Alhamdulillah, we have come to the end of another fruitful term in which our students have developed into intelligent and responsible Muslims that display the utmost respect and love for our beautiful religion. Throughout this term, all students have participated in the journey of understanding the actions of the 5 pillars of Islam.
Year 3 focused on 'Fasting, Zakat and Hajj.' They were given tasks which outlined the different steps and actions of these pillars of worship.
The tasks were greatly done and therefore had a huge impact to our students which made them more cautious and aware of the rulings when and how to fast in the month of Ramadan, who pays zakat and can receive zakat and the importance of hajj.

Year 4
Alhamdulillah, we have come to the end of another fruitful term in which our students have developed into intelligent and responsible Muslims that display the utmost respect and love for our beautiful religion. Throughout this term, all students have participated in the journey of understanding the actions of the 5 pillars of Islam.
Year 4 focused on 'Jurisprudence of Salah.' The rulings of the Salah (Prayer) and the different types of salah. The students demonstrated as a class on how to follow and pray behind an imam as well as how to pray in congregational prayers in different positions depending on the number of people praying behind an imam. Students also covered what invalidates the salah and when and how to perform the 'prostration of forgetfulness'. These tasks were greatly done and therefore had a huge impact in our students which made them aware of the important rulings when performing salah and what needs to be recited.

Year 5

Alhamdulillah, we have come to the end of another fruitful term in which our students have developed into intelligent and responsible Muslims that display the utmost respect and love for our beautiful religion. Throughout this term, all students have participated in the journey of understanding the actions of the 5 pillars of Islam.
Year 5 focused on 'Jurisprudence of Hajj.' They went through the different steps on how to perform hajj its rituals and rulings of hajj. Students are now aware of the messages behind the act of worship of hajj and how it is a prescription of salvation to mankind (reference Surah Al-Imran Verse 96).
The tasks were greatly done and therefore had a huge impact in our students which made them aware of the importance and benefits of hajj and how it can change someone into a righteous person which it makes you cautious of Allah (Azzawajal).

Year 6
Alhamdulillah, we have come to the end of another fruitful term in which our students have developed into intelligent and responsible Muslims that display the utmost respect and love for our beautiful religion. Throughout this term Year 6 focused on the 2 chapters of Islamic jurisprudence, Fiqh of worship and Fiqh of dealings and transactions.
Year 6 covered 'The branches of Islamic Law and different rulings of fiqh and what matters fall under the 2 chapters of Fiqh.'
The tasks were greatly done and therefore had a huge impact in our students which made them aware of the importance of Islamic Jurisprudence with the rulings of Fiqh - ibadaat (Jurisprudence of worship) with their daily worship.

Quran Studies

Alhamdulillah the progress of our students in Qur'an Studies this term was extraordinary. We had and constantly see our students from Years 3 to 6 demonstrating perseverance in Qur'an studies whilst taking the Hadith as motivation.
Allah's Messenger (saw) said, "If anyone recites a letter from Allah's Book he will be credited with a good deed, and a good deed gets a tenfold reward. I do not say that 'Alif-Lam-Mim' are one letter, but 'alif' is a letter, 'lam' is a letter, and 'mim' is a letter."
Keeping this in mind our students constantly strive to read and memorise the Qur'an.
We pray Allah (SWT) allows our students to keep the Qur'an in the centre of their lives and let the Book of Allah (Azzawajal) be the light of their hearts.

Jazakumullahu Khayran.

Author:Mr Muhammed Ordukaya
Tags:Islamic Studies - PrimaryQuran - Primary

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