Croydon ICT Online Madrassah
Croydon ICT Online Madrassah has been operating since the beginning of the COVID pandemic, replacing our usual classes on-site at Croydon ICT. Currently we are enrolling new students who wish to join our online Qaidah and Quran classes. The online madrassah is focused on teaching Qaidah [Arabic Alphabet and basic Grammar] recitation of Quran and Islamic studies, for children aged 5 to 16 years in a segregated and supportive environment, consistent with Islamic teachings with our team of qualified and experienced teachers who have multiple years of experiences.
Our curriculum is rigorous and begins with learning to read and memorise the Arabic alphabet through to proficiency in reading and recitation, and memorisation of the Quran. Those students who demonstrate exceptional ability to memorise Quran are given the opportunity to progress into our Tahfeedh (memorisation) department. We have a strong focus on correct pronunciation, known as Tajweed, ensuring that our students will learn to read the Quran as it should be read Insha’Allah.
The Islamic Studies curriculum is delivered alongside our Quran studies, supplementing student learning with Islamic morals and manners, to ensure that they understand the principles of Islam and learn the character of a good Muslim. We focus on the essential concepts that every Muslim should be aware of, knowing Allah, His Prophet (Peace and Blessings be upon him), and the religion of Islam. Throughout the calendar year, we cover Aqeedah [Creed/Belief], Fiqh [Islamic Jurisprudence], Seerah [Biographies/History], and Aadaab [Good Character] through a series of story-based lessons. Our Islamic Studies provision is also delivered during academic holidays to provide a beneficial learning activity for children during those times.
Our current timetable for classes is for both Boys and Girls are as follows:
Saturday and Sundays: 9 am to 10:45 am (Session 1)
Timetable: Start 9am – Break 9.45am [15 minutes] – Re-start 10am – End 10.45am
Saturday and Sundays: 11 am to 1 pm (Session 2)
Timetable: Start 11am – Break 11.45am [15 minutes] – Re-start 12am – End 12.45pm
Monday to Thursday: 5 pm to 6.45 pm
Timetable: Start 5pm – Break 5.45pm [15 minutes] – Re-start 6.00pm – End 6.45pm
The enrolment process begins with the completion of an application form. Follow the link below to download the application form. Once you have completed the form please email it to email@example.com.You shall then receive an email to confirm your application has been received and your appointed date and time for your child’s interview shall follow.
The interview will be an informal session whereby we will test the student’s ability and general knowledge about Islam. For younger students [5 to 9] we expect their parents to partake and support the student during the interview process. For older students [10-15] we normally interview them independently. However, if they or their parents wish to be present during the interview, that is fine.
After the interview, you will be informed of the assessment results and class placement. You will also be informed of the start date.
For any further inquiries call 0208 760 0552 or 07738375741 on the weekend from 9 am to 1 pm, or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Application Form link:
Prior to your child being allocated a class, he/she is tested to identify their ability and to be placed into the right learning group. Along with the assessment the rules and regulations are again read to you and your child. These will also be emailed to you.
After the assessment takes place you will be given a 2 weeks’ notice period to confirm your child’s position with the madrassah, with the link to your child’s class, times of the class, along with the teacher’s name.
Homework is assigned every lesson, if the previous work given isn’t completed, he/she shall not be assigned new homework, also parents are required to revise with their children.
Your child attendance is also monitored, absences and late attendances are recorded, if this increases you shall be informed. If your child is to be absent this should be reported via email or phone ASAP, ideally, before the next lesson, your child is due to attend.
All enrolling students are required to a pay one-off, registration fee of £15.
- Weekday Fees: £42 per child, per month
- Weekend Fees: £22 per child, per month
Fees are paid by Direct Debit. You will be provided with a form to complete the Direct Debit set up.
For more information please contact our Madrassa Admin between the hours of 9am to 1 pm on Saturdays and Sundays.
- T: 020 8760 0552
- M: 07738375741
- E: email@example.com