Alimiyyah Course Details

Year Subjects studied Learning Outcomes Cross Curriculum
Year One

An in-depth study of the Urdu language

Urdu,  Basic Arabic Grammar, Jurisprudence, Simple Rules of Qur’anic Recitation Students will learn the vocabulary and comprehension of the Urdu language, using simple yet informative Urdu books mainly based on notable historical individuals. Students will also learn the basic grammatical rules of Arabic and study a few fundamental principles of jurisprudence alongside the course. Modern Foreign Languages, History, English, Maths & Islamic Studies
Year Two

Basic principles of the Arabic Language and Grammar

Arabic literature (Adab)
Syntax/grammar (Nahw)
Morphology (Sarf)
Jurisprudence (Fiqh)
Biography (Seerah)
Intonation (Tajweed)
Memorisation (Hifz)
Students will learn the vocabulary, grammar and comprehension of the Arabic language, through the medium of the Holy Quran and stories of the Prophets. Students will also learn how to recite (phonetics) and write Arabic correctly. They will study jurisprudence in a little more detail, and will also be taught the science of intonation. Modern Foreign Languages, History, Geography, English, Maths, PHSE & Islamic Studies
Year Three

Intermediate principles of the Arabic Language and Grammar

Prophetic Narrations (Ahadith)
Arabic literature (Adab)
Syntax/grammar (Nahw)
Morphology (Sarf)
Jurisprudence (Fiqh)
Biography (Seerah)
Intonation (Tajweed)
Memorisation (Hifz)
Students will consolidate their learning of Arabic vocabulary, grammar and comprehension. Once again, the medium of the Holy Quran and stories of the Prophets will be used. Greater detail and intricacy of classical Arabic is introduced, and more so students will now be studying authentic sayings and prophecies of the Prophet (peace be upon him), creating a yearning and passion for an in depth study of prophetic narrations soon to come. Modern Foreign Languages, History, Geography, Maths & Islamic Studies
Year 4

Higher principles of the Arabic language and grammar

Uloomul Quran (Qur’anic studies)
Principles of Jurisprudence (Usool ul-Fiqh)
Prophetic Narrations (Ahadith)
Syntax/grammar (Nahw)
Jurisprudence (Fiqh)
Biography (Seerah)
Intonation (Tajweed)
Memorisation (Hifz)
Students will consolidate their learning of Arabic vocabulary, grammar and comprehension. They begin to study the Prophetic narrations in greater detail, and study the complete biography of the Prophet (peace be upon him). Students also begin to explore the Holy Quran, translate its verses and study the reasons of revelation. They will also enhance their knowledge on the rulings of fiqh and learn the principles that underpin Islamic jurisprudence. Modern Foreign Languages, History, Science, Maths & Islamic Studies
Year 5

Meaning, interpretation and application of Quran and Hadith.

Principles of Ahadith (Usool ul-Ahadith)
Tafsir al-Quran (Exegesis)
Islamic Jurisprudence (Fiqh)
Prophetic Narrations (Ahadith)
Greater emphasis is given to the Holy Quran and the Prophetic traditions. Pupils become familiar with discourses on different Islamic beliefs and factions. Students will use their founding in Arabic to read and interpret Quran and Hadith. Students also learn the principles that underpin Prophetic narrations. Modern foreign Languages, History, Science, Maths & Islamic Studies
Year 6

Meaning, interpretation and application of Hadith

Bukhari Shareef
Muslim Shareef
Tirmidhi Shareef
Abu Dawood Shareef
Nasai Shareef
Ibn Majah Shareef
Siraji Fil Mirath
Students will be exposed to all the major compilers of Hadith and their works; they will explore the six famous books on Hadith known as ‘Sahai Sittah’. Students analyse and explore modern phenomena and issues in light of prophetic traditions. They also learn about the Laws that govern inheritance. Modern foreign Languages, History, PHSE, Maths & Islamic Studies

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