Is the Islamic studies syllabus for me?

The Islamic studies syllabus is designed to be used in all Islamic educational settings to teach young learners about Islam. It is a highly adaptable series and can be used to meet the needs of a weekday or weekend timetable. It can also be used for homeschooling, and by parents and guardians as general teaching or reading material for children. So, whether it is a  maktabmadrasah, weekend school or you simply want something to teach and learn from with your children, the syllabus will meet all these objectives, just as well. (For suggested timetabling ideas, follow this link

Click here to learn more about the unique features of the  Safar Islamic Studies Series.
Who is the syllabus for?
Our primary syllabus caters broadly for the ages 5-11 (Years 1 to Year 6, in the UK) and the  secondary syllabus caters for the ages 12-16 (Years 7-12). It's a complete learning package from the start of your child's learning right through to adulthood and beyond.

A full support package for teachers and parents

The syllabus contains textbooks, workbooks and Schemes of Work to accompany the textbook and workbook. The Schemes of Work will help you plan your lessons, set objectives and inspire you with activity ideas to make the lessons interesting and engaging. We also provide training and workshops for new and experienced users of the syllabus, in order to help you get the most out of our publications as well as provide you with the skills you need to become an outstanding teacher.   We also have an online resources website for you to use with our curriculum: the   Safar Teacher's Toolbox

Want to learn more?

Watch the video below to learn about the key features of the Safar Islamic Studies series.

If you still have questions after watching the video, send us an email and we can arrange a consultation by one of our colleagues to go through how the syllabus can be adopted and embedded into your institution.
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