|Islamic Studies Programme for High School Students|
|Sunday, 15 March 2015 06:11|
Islamic Studies Programme for High School Students
The Islamic Studies Programme for High School Students is a comprehensive programme developed to equip and aid young Muslims by empowering them with sufficient knowledge to become strong and dynamic believers.
The programme is presented on Saturday mornings from 09:30 till 12:45 and includes a total of four periods of different subjects.
In order to form part of the programme, students have to be enrolled at any High school.
The following subjects form part of the programme:
Ulum al Quran (Quranic Sciences)
Lay the foundation of the student’s knowledge of the Quranic Sciences and its principles and that have a direct bearing on the recitation, history, understanding and implementation of the Quran, including Tajweed.
Ulum al Hadith (Hadith Sciences)
The student will be lead towards comprehensive knowledge of the sciences of al-Hadith which guides students towards emulating the noble character of the Prophet (SAW).
This course is designed to provide students with a comprehensive understanding of the Creed of Ahlus Sunnah wal Jama’ah. This will shed much needed light on the timeless principles that protect the Islamic faith.
Fiqh (Islamic Jurisprudence)
This course is designed to provide students with a comprehensive understanding of Fiqh, dealing with Purification, Salaah, Fasting, Zakaah and Haj.
This introduction to the Arabic Language, Literature and Linguistics programme is designed to introduce the student to core components and learning areas of the Arabic Language
Enrolled at a High school in Cape Town.
Preference given to applicants who have attended a Madrassah previously, but not a requirement.
Preference given to applicants familiar with Arabic script, but not a requirement.
Registration: 24th January 2015
Period Time Department / Programme Subject 1 - 4 09:30 - 12:45
Islamic Studies for High School Students All Subjects 4 11:15 - 12:45
Quran Tilaawah & Tajweed
Hifth & Sciences of Quran