We hope you’re all in the best of Emaan & Health, Alhamdulilah after completing the Blessed Month of Ramadan & Eid we’re happy to announce the Qur’an School – Monday, Wednesday and Thursday will Resume back online on Monday 1st June @ 5:00pm.
We wish both our Student’s & Teachers have had a well Enjoyed Break, We look Forward to Seeing you all Return and Resume your Studies Insha’Allah.
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Qur’aan School will close end of tomorrow inshaaAllah. For parents wanting to continue we wil be offering Online Lessons at the same time between 5 and 7 pm. You can signup here: Salafischool.co.uk/Online
Saturday School, Kids martial Arts, and Girl’s Club are all suspended until further notice.
There are some important things to note with regards to precautions being taken to ensure the best possible response in line with government guidelines.
KEEPING CHILDREN AT HOME
In accordance with the current guidelines then we ask parents to check if their child has a continuous and persistent cough or high temperature; or experiencing any other symptoms. If so then please keep your child at home – JazaakumAllaahukhair – and please contact us and let us know.
PRECAUTIONS TAKEN ON SITE
The health and wellbeing of our community, children and staff is the number one priority. As the COVID-19 situation develops we wanted to share the proactive enhanced steps that we have taken
to ensure that our students and staff members are safe. These enhanced safety measures have already begun and include:
Regularly disinfecting high touch areas including handrails, door handles, surfaces and electronic devices.
Installing anti-bacterial hand soap at every sink
Removing the use of hand dryers and encouraging the wiping of wet hands on paper towels.
Increasing weekly caretaking times and deep cleaning to the Masjid areas, classrooms and resources.
Ensuring all staff have the information they need to stay healthy and continuously keep a high level of hygiene. Anyone that is feeling unwell (whether COVID-19 or not) is to take extra measure and remain at home.
All trips and events will be postponed and under review.
We have covered and will be covering hygiene with all children across schools. This includes how they should wash their hands properly in accordance with NHS and WHO guidelines;as well as the required techniques for coughing, sneezing and catching any of this in a tissue then binning it.
The masjid has already announced as a whole to any member of the congregation that is feeling unwell (whether COVID-19 or not) to remain away from the congregation – in line with the advisory from the permanent committee of Scholars.
We hope this goes someway to helping everyone understand the environment and the precautions under taken already.
If you have not already joined, then you should subscribe to one of our social media channels- Telegram, Twitter or by email on our website.
May Allah keep us all well and safe; and upon Him is our reliance and final return.
Our wonderful class 5-6 have been learning all about the Prophet Aadam Alaihisalaam! In class, the children listened carefully to the story of when Aadam Alaihisalaam was created. Aadam Alaihisalaam was the first ever man created by Allah’s hands (yes, Allah has hands but not like ours). Allah created him from soil collected from all over the earth. He was sixty cubits tall and he was created on a Friday. Aadam Alaihisalaam was a Prophet of Allah.
This week our young learners have had a wonderful Arabic Lesson! They have been encouraged to have conversations in Arabic with their teachers and class friends. The subject of teaching Arabic language is often raised in bilingual families however we would like to encourage our parents to stay persistent
This term during Islamic Studies, our students have been learning about the lives, virtues and achievements of each Khalifah. In Week 5, they have learnt about U’thmaan May Allah be pleased with him -his life as the Third Khaleefah. The students learnt about how ‘Uthmaan got chosen to be The Khaleefah, his achievements and character. The class listened and went through a power point presentation showing that ‘Uthmaan was one of the earliest Muslims to accept Islam.
This new half term , Class 1B ages 8-9 have been learning all about the lives of the Sahaabahs. It is very important for our students to know the correct attitude of a Muslim towards the Sahaabahs may Allah be pleased with them because speaking about the Sahaabahs is in reality speaking about our religion. Because firstly, our religion didn’t reach us except by way of the Sahaabahs who memorized what they heard and saw from the prophet and taught that to the people after with great trust. They were very precise in what they taught and they didn’t teach anything but what the Prophet peace be upon him taught them. Secondly, because they are mentioned in the Qur’aan and the Sunnah and when we learn our religion we also learn about them.