The Imam Muhammad Adam Institute School takes great pride in offering the full National Curriculum and together developing positive attitudes towards learning and the necessary skills involved. Incorporated with a broad and comprehensive Islamic syllabus the School aims to prepare its pupils for a life of Academic success, personal fulfilment, service and leadership to the community. The Imam Muhammad Adam Institute School is committed to maintaining an environment that enables its students to achieve intellectual and spiritual growth.
Our Teaching Style
Students will be given a basic understanding of what it means to be a Muslim and will be given an opportunity to explore the Islamic requirements of Noble Neighbourly Values that should be implemented with both Muslims and Non-Muslims alike as narrated by the Ahadeeth of Our Beloved (Peace be upon him). These teachings are taught throughout the curriculum and not specific to the Islamic subjects only. These studies are of a particular importance for Muslim youth in the west as a tool to learn ways of “building Bridges amongst different communities” using their religion as a basis to enrich one’s life in the Multi-Cultural and Multi-Religious societies that they live in.
The School’s curriculum is devised to provide all students with an entitlement to a broad, balanced and relevant curriculum. We provide education of the National Curriculum integrated with an Islamic syllabus to the highest possible standards in an Islamic environment suitable for any child, irrespective of background or origin at a tuition fee rate that is affordable.
Ensuring that the Islamic nature of the School takes precedence over all other considerations, we endeavour to build a personal curriculum that will draw upon the raw talent and energy that a child brings with them, helping them to achieve personal and spiritual success.
Our purpose is to ensure the success of your child’s future through the implementation of the teachings of the Glorious Qur’an and the Noble Sunnah.
We offer the following subjects in the Primary School:
- Computer Science
- Physical Education
- Modern Foreign Languages
- Recitation of the Glorious Qur’an with Tajweed
- Memorization of the Glorious Qur’an
- Aqaa’id (Beliefs)
- Akhlaaq (Islamic Manners)
- Ahadeeth (Prophetic Traditions)
- Taareekh (Islamic History)
- Fiqh (Islamic Law)
- Memorization of selected chapters of the Glorious Qur’an
- Ad’iya from the Noble Sunnah Anasheed