Gift for Muslims
"The first book of its kind.. Islamic Studies Curriculum integrated with QCA Schemes of work for Religious Education in the UK"
It is inclusive of a levelled colour-coded Islamic Studies syllabus, linked to the QCA Schemes of Work for schools in the UK.
It is designed to be taught in Independent Islamic Schools where teachers can track pupils progress with the attainment targets that the syllabus is based upon, in KS1-3.
This simple tracking method can be adopted in any other educational institutes worldwide including Madrasa’s and Maktabs weekend/part-time classes etc.
People from all types of backgrounds are able to benefit from the syllabus, including parents, reverts and professionals alike. It consists of the basic essentials that we all should be fully aware of as Muslims.
1st Launched: June 2011
Size: A5 (210 x 148 mm) (8.3 x 5.8 in)
Age group: 4+
Binding: Paperback (Glossy paper)
The Islamic Studies Syllabus with attainment targets that is designed in this book,is linked with the Non-statutory National Framework for Religious Education published by the QCA, the DfE and in accordance with the guidance of the DCSF, for schools in United Kingdom.
It covers the following topics;
- Aqaa’id (Beliefs)
- Ghusl (Bathing)
- Wudhu (Ablution)
- Masah on Khuffain
- Taharah (Cleanliness)
- Janazah (Funeral)
- Sawm (Fasting)
- Hajj & Umrah
- Visiting Madinah
- Rights of Newborn
- Fiqh Terminology
- 60 Daily Dua’s
- Family Tree of Rasoolullah (S.A.W.)
- Events in the life of Rasoolullah (S.A.W.)
- Seerah of Rasoolullah (S.A.W.)
- What did Rasoolullah (S.A.W.) look like?
- 40 Ahadeeth
- 99 Names of Allah
- Islamic Months and Special Days
- Belief about Eesa (A.S.)
- Four Khalifahs
- Significance of Taqleed
- Prophets in the Qur’an
- Key Words
Please note: The book no longer has a CD with it. All the audio from the contents of the CD is available for free on the website. Gradually this edition of the book will phase out over the coming months and weeks. It will not be re-printed and only the *NEW* Gift for Muslims - Creative Islamic Studies will be available in the future. (Autumn 2019)