Jamia Masjid Noor runs a well-established Madrasah, (Madrasah Anwarul Quran), providing a vital community education programme for children in the local and surrounding areas.
At Madrassah Anwarul Quran, our aim is to educate and empower our younger generation through knowledge, wisdom and good morals.
Madrassah Anwarul Quran provides structured learning for boys and girls from age 5, up to the age of 16. In order to create an atmosphere of correct Islamic morals and etiquettes, our classes are taught in gender appropriate environments. We currently have approximately 200 students learning at the Madrassah. We also have a Hifz class for children who wish to memorise the holy Quran.
We currently have 13 qualified teaching staff, all of whom are DBS checked. The Madrassah also has policies in place such as health and safety, child protection, fire evacuation and safeguarding. We make every effort to ensure that the children are taught in a safe and friendly environment whilst at Madrassah. The staff also receive regular teacher training.
The education of the child begins with the basic Arabic alphabet, with emphasis placed on correct pronunciation of the letters (Tajweed), moving on to more advanced Qura’nic learning.
The Madrassah has an Islamic Studies syllabus which is taught to the children alongside Quranic recitation. Topics we cover include:
- Islamic belief (aqaaid)
- Seerah (life of our prophet Mohammad pbuh)
- Islamic fiqh (jurisprudence)
- Guidance on Islamic manners, morals and etiquettes
The Madrassah has a yearly award ceremony with certificates and prizes awarded to students based on overall attendance and performance in the exams. Children are taught Islamic studies and Tajweed to a very high standard and consistently excel in end of year exams.
Through teachings of the Quran and Sunnah, we aspire to nurture and educate our students with the knowledge and practice needed to uphold good Islamic values.