IMPORTANT INFORMATION – CORONA VIRUS UPDATEDue to the heightened level of self-isolation amongst staff and students as a result of the Covid-19 we have taken the decision, together with the Lewisham Islamic Centre, to close the Madrassa from Sunday, 15th March 2020. At present we are unsure of how long we will be closed for and we will therefore keep you updated regularly via email, the school website and our texting service when necessary. Please ensure that we have your latest contact details and that you keep up to date with receiving and responding to any communications sent by the Madrassa in regards to the online teaching service we are currently offering.For any further information please contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org
Young Muslim Academy is an after-school and weekend programme to assist young children in learning more about their religion and identity as Muslims.
In the Young Muslim Academy, we encourage the growth of the following values and qualities in our students: - Love for Allah and his Messenger - Respect for ourselves and others - Pride in our religion and standing up in its defence
The YMA provides a range of activities which encourage reflection and participation contributing to the
Spiritual development Social Intellectual
Moral Physical Psychological
Winter Fair 2019
Many thanks to all those who attended the Winter Fair that took place on Saturday 28th December 2019. The Winter Fair was a resounding success and raised £342.61, a fantastic outcome! Highlights included: Arts & Crafts, Henna, Face painting, Hot & Cold drinks, Cakes & Savouries and Sweets stall. A big thank you extends to the vast team of staff and volunteers who played their part in setting up, packing away and running the stalls. It was an amazing community effort!
Astronomy & Islam Mornings Educational Trip
Children at the Young Muslim Academy enjoyed an educational trip to Astronomy & Islam Mornings at the Greenwich Observatory on Sunday 24th November 2019. The children enjoyed being out in the nature and walking up the hill to the observatory with their peers. The children were well engaged in staring through the overview of the stars in the sky inside the special planetarium show. The show was very informative and educational, the children were occupied in observing the new crescent moon and discovering the instruments built for navigation and prayer that was used in the time and before the industrial revolution. After the planetarium show Brother Imad did a short talk about sighting the new moon and the facts regarding the months of Islam. We also had a discussion about the differences between the Islamic calendar and the Gregorian calendar. Couple of pupils were chosen to come to the front and demonstrate the calculation of how to find out when the Islamic month has started.
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