Curriculum

Our Curriculum is based upon the British National Curriculum, enriched with Islamic values and teachings. The aim of our curriculum is to provide opportunities for all our pupils to learn and achieve; to promote pupils’ spiritual, moral, social and cultural development and to prepare pupils for the opportunities, responsibilities and experiences of life.

Primary Curriculum

National Curriculum Subjects

English Mathematics Science
History Geography Computing
Art Physical Education Design and Technology
PSHE & RE Modern Foreign Language (Arabic) Music (Nasheed)

Islamic Curriculum Subjects

Aqidah (theology) Akhlaq (manners) Fiqh
Islamic History and Seerah of Prophet Muhammad PBUH Quran (tajweed, recitation, and translation) Hadith and Duas

 

KS3 (Year 7 to 9) National Curriculum Subjects

English Mathematics Science
History Geography Computing
Art Physical Education Design and Technology
PSHE & RE Modern Foreign Language (Arabic) Music (Nasheed)

 

GCSE National Curriculum Subjects

English Literature English Langauge Mathematics
Triple Science Geography History
Art Arabic Language

 

Secondary Islamic Curriculum

Our students will be given two options to choose between:

Hifzul Quran     OR     Alimiyya Course (Part Time)

*The Fiqh side of our Islamic Curriculum will be mostly taught from the Hanafi school of thought but we will try to cater for the fiqhs of the other three Madhab (Maliki, Hanbali and Shafi’i) depending on the background of the student to the best of our ability.

SRE

The National Curriculum requires that Sex and Relational Education be taught at school. As a Muslim school, we will teach this subject in a sensitive manner from an Islamic perspective while meeting the requirements of the National Curriculum. Our SRE scheme of work tailors the lessons according to the age of the child.

For example, 5-7 years old will be taught the Islamic concept of relationships and family life, whereas a young person who is reaching the age of puberty will be taught the emotional, social, moral aspects of puberty and the religious ethics of puberty. Fiqhi masail related to puberty will also be taught as required. 

Tarbiyah 

Madani’s Tarbiyah programme is one that permeates throughout the school, instilling the teachings of Islam into the lives of pupils and staff, with a particular focus on:

  • Worshiping Allah
  • Practicing Sunnah
  • Duties and responsibilities towards family, community, and society
  • Personal development of Islam, Iman, and Ihsan