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Bismillaahir Rahmaanir Raheem

 

Assalaamu Alaikum Warahmatullah,

 

TAYYIBUN MADRASAH- West London Branch

One Year Structured Part-time Madrasah for Boys & Girls (November 2012 - August 2013)

Qur'anic Studies, Arabic Language, Islamic Studies, Memorisation, Tajweed, Authentic Du'a and Adkhkaar

Limited places

Now enrolling

 

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At the Tayyibun Madrasah we endeavour to benefit not just those in the present but also those in the future. Our aim is to educate and prepare the youngsters of this Ummah through knowledge, wisdom, good morals and manners using successful methods existing in the Qur’an & Sunnah. By educating our young Muslims we will be molding the future generations, who by the permission of Allah will become beacons of light in our society. In order to create an atmosphere of correct Islamic morals and etiquettes, our classes are taught in gender segregated environments.

 

 

COURSE STRUCTURE

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The Tayyibun Madrasah provides structured learning for children aged 5-16. Recognising that Islam is a holistic way of life; students will have an option to study within either of the following school disciplines:

 

- Tayyibun Madrasah : Structured Packaged Course- Qur’anic Studies, Arabic Language Studies (Gateway to Arabic and Madinah Books) & Islamic Studies (Islamic Education Grade 1-12)

 

- Tayyibun Hifdh School : Structured Qur'an Memorisation Course- Qur'an Memorisation & Authentic Du'a & Adkhaar

- Tayyibun Qur'an School : Structured Tajweed ul Qur'an Course- Qa'idah Baghdadiyyah, Qur'an Level 1 (Juzz 'Amma), Qur'an Level 2 (Surat al Baqarah), Qur'an Level 3 (Surat al Imraan & an-Nisaa)

 

Our structured Madrasah in West London for boys and girls aged 5 to 16 years is taught over a one year period (equivalent to 3 terms) run from November 2012 to August 2013. For full details of timetables, fees and all other details please attend a registration date (see below) or visit: http://www.tayyibunmadrasah.co.uk

 

TEACHERS

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Tayyibun Madrasah teachers are qualified and fluent in English. They have been carefully selected for their knowledge, presentation skills, experience in working with children, their adaab & akhlaaq. All teachers for the Madrasah have experience from across the Middle East and the UK to teach. Our classes are taught by male teachers for boys and female teachers for girls, some of the teachers for the Madrasah include:

 

- Ustadh Abdullah Sliti (Madinah, K.S.A)

- Ustadh Abu Hafs (Madinah, K.S.A)

- Ustadh Hassan Abu Taymiyyah (Morroco)

- Ustadh Abu Bilal (Madinah, K.S.A)

- Ustadh Abu Anees (Madinah, K.S.A)

- Ustadh Ahmad al Jazairi (Algeria)

- Ustadh Dr. Khalid Fikri (Egypt)

- Ustadh Mohammed Khalifa (Egypt)

 

- Ustadha Umm Abdur Rahman (Jeddah & Riyadh, K.S.A)

- Ustadha Umm Shuaib (Egypt)

- Ustadha Umm Zakariyyah (Morocco)

- Ustadha Asma Khelfa (Algeria)

- Ustadha Umm Shehzad (Egypt)

- Ustadha Umm Adam (Egypt/ K.S.A)

 

 

REGISTRATION DATES & TIMES

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Those interested should attend and register with fees and child/ children for assessment on one of the following dates in order to enrol and confirm a seat:

 

Registration times:

FEMALE PARENT or GUARDIAN with CHILD/ CHILDREN : 10am- 6pm (on any of the chosen dates below)

MALE PARENT or GUARDIAN with CHILD/ CHILDREN : 7pm- 11pm (on any of the chosen dates below)

 

Monday 8th October 2012

Tuesday 9th October 2012

Wednesday 10th October 2012

Thursday 11th October 2012

Friday 12th October 2012

Saturday 13th October 2012

Sunday 14th October 2012

*ALL REGISTRATION FOR THESE COURSES WILL TAKE PLACE AT OUR WEST LONDON OFFICE: WEMBLEY CENTRAL MASJID, 35- 37 EALING ROAD, WEMBLEY HA0 4AE.

 

NEAREST TRANSPORT :

TUBE: Wembley Central, Alperton Station, Wembley Park

BUS: H17, 18, 79, 83, 92, 182, 204, 223, 224, 297

 

*ALL CLASSES WILL START BY WEEK BEGINNING 19TH NOVEMBER 2012.

 

CONTACT DETAILS

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FOR FEES, TIMETABLE AND MORE INFORMATION PLEASE VISIT: Tayyibun Madrasah OR CONTACT:

 

Telephone : 0207 702 7254

Mobile : 07949 713 902

E-mail : madrasah[at]tayyibun.com

Wasalaamu Alaikum,

 

Tayyibun Madrasah

Nurturing Today the Generation of Tomorrow

Tayyibun Madrasah

 

*Please do attempt to register on the early registration dates to avoid disappointments as our courses are always in high demand Al Hamdulillah.

*Students must be brought along with parent/ guardians on registration dates for assessment.

*Continuing students will be given priority and parents will be provided the opportunity to register their child before the end of each year.

*The Tayyibun Madrasah is a project of the Tayyibun Institute, the leading independent Islamic institution in Britain for teachings of Qur'an and Sunnah.

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I've just visited Tayyibun website and I must say Masha-Allah I think you have listed many interesting Muslim teachers, I wish we also had the same kinds of Muslim teachers at wisdom.edu.ph WISHES school as Tayyibun Madrasah has :)

 

I remember that back in Saudi Arabia I attended some Islamic class that offered the following subjects:

 

Qur'an

 

Islamic Studies that included:

Fiqh / Islamic Jurisprudence or Islamic Law (e.g. learning the correct way to pray and perform wudoo/ablution etc.)

Tawheed (strenghthening one's belief in Islamic monotheism -belief in Only One God Allah)

Hadith (studying the Ahadith/sayings of Allah's beloved Messenger Muhammad SallAllahu 'alaihi wa sallam)

Tafseer (exploring the meanings and explanations of the Surahs of the Holy Qur'an)

 

Tajweed (correct pronounciation of the noble words in the Holy Qur'an)

 

Arabic language etc.

 

Allah knows best.

 

Wasalaam

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I've just visited Tayyibun website and I must say Masha-Allah I think you have listed many interesting Muslim teachers, I wish we also had the same kinds of Muslim teachers at wisdom.edu.ph WISHES school as Tayyibun Madrasah has :)

 

Wasalaam

Alhamdulillaah.

 

Wa Alaykum wa Assalam

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Ibn ‘Umar (رضي الله عنه) reported the saying of the Prophet (صلى الله عليه و سلم) stated: “All of you are shepherds and each of you is responsible for his flock. A man is the shepherd of the people of his house and he is responsible. A woman is the shepherd of the house of her husband and she is responsible. Each of you is a shepherd and each is responsible for his flock.”

(Saheeh al Bukharee)

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Abu Hurayrah (رضي الله عنه) reported the saying of the Prophet (صلى الله عليه و سلم) stated: "When the son of Aadam dies, his actions are cut off except for three- an on-going sadaqah, knowledge which brought benefit and a virtuous son who makes supplication for him." (Saheeh Muslim)

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Registration

 

Alhamdulillaah registration for the Tayyibun Madrasah, West London is now open, all students can enrol on the following dates and times insha'allaah:

 

REGISTRATION DATES & TIMES

 

Registration times:

 

FEMALE PARENT or GUARDIAN with CHILD/ CHILDREN : 10am- 6pm (on any of the chosen dates below)

MALE PARENT or GUARDIAN with CHILD/ CHILDREN : 7pm- 11pm (on any of the chosen dates below)

 

Monday 8th October 2012

Tuesday 9th October 2012

Wednesday 10th October 2012

Thursday 11th October 2012

Friday 12th October 2012

Saturday 13th October 2012

Sunday 14th October 2012

 

 

*ALL REGISTRATION FOR THESE COURSES WILL TAKE PLACE AT OUR WEST LONDON OFFICE: WEMBLEY CENTRAL MASJID, 35- 37 EALING ROAD, WEMBLEY HA0 4AE

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Ibn 'Umar said (رضي الله عنه), "Allaah has called them the 'dutiful' (al-Abrar) because they are dutiful (birr) to their parents and children. Just as you have a duty which you owe your parent, so you have a duty which you owe your child." (al-Adab al-Mufrad, al Bukharee)

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Numayr ibn Aws (رضي الله عنه) said, "They used to say, 'Correct action is a gift from Allaah, but adab comes from the parents." (al-Adab al-Mufrad, al Bukharee)

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Jazakhumullah khayr for spreading this information to all of us akhi :D

Very beneficial

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Reminder

 

Alhamdulillaah for those parents and guardians who have not yet registered their child/ children for the Tayyibun Madrasah, West London (November 2012- August 2013) but intend to do so there remain just a few final days for enrollment on the following dates and times insha'allaah:

 

REGISTRATION DATES & TIMES

 

Registration times:

 

FEMALE PARENT or GUARDIAN with CHILD/ CHILDREN : 10am- 6pm (on any of the chosen dates below)

MALE PARENT or GUARDIAN with CHILD/ CHILDREN : 7pm- 11pm (on any of the chosen dates below)

 

Monday 8th October 2012

Tuesday 9th October 2012

Wednesday 10th October 2012

Thursday 11th October 2012

Friday 12th October 2012

Saturday 13th October 2012

Sunday 14th October 2012

 

 

*ALL REGISTRATION FOR THESE COURSES WILL TAKE PLACE AT OUR WEST LONDON OFFICE: WEMBLEY CENTRAL MASJID, 35- 37 EALING ROAD, WEMBLEY HA0 4AE

 

May Allaah azza wa jall reward you- Aameen.

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