Further education classes

A post-maktab course for students who have completed a khatm and are fluent in their Qur’an recitation.

The course has two main purposes:

1. With children reaching their teenage years, their exposure to haram is dramatically increased. (Music, bad language, mixing with the opposite gender).
Alongside this they’re taught atheistic theories and values in a way which makes them doubt their Deen and upbringing.

We aim to have subjects which both cover contemporary matters (atheism, hijab etc) and motivational lessons to make them want to stay away from haram

2. We aim to give them a headstart into any further studies they may want to do in their deen. Be it the Alimiyyah course or the Arabic language or even learning to translate the Qur’an


Reading and writing practice starting with the Madina Arabic books and then moving onto more advanced material



Islamic Jurisprudence taught in a simple manner.

From the faraa’idh of ghusl, to the method of salatul Janazah, we aim to cover the basics of fiqh in a comprehensive manner helping each child navigate their day to day life

Advance Seerah

The life of the best of creation (saw) taught in great detail, to really instill the love and appreciation we should have for our Prophet (saw)

Contemporary Matters

Controversial questions and ideas we hear daily at school, from friends or even on youtube.

From athiesm and hijab to homosexuality. The aim is to cover all controversial topics in an Islamic Manner to instill confidence in the understanding and confidence of our youth 

Advance Islamic Studies

Motivational reminders, taking lessons from historical figures, helping us in our day to day lives

  • Saturdays and Sundays 10am-12pm
  • Age: 13+ (Teenagers)


•Small class sizes (Max 13 per class)

•Enjoyable and relaxed environment

•High quality teaching

•Development of ‘Ilm (Knowledge) ‘Aml (Practices) & Akhlaq (Etiquettes)

•Structured syllabus taught by qualified & experienced staff (all DBS checked)

Frequently Asked Questions

Some Regular questions asked, if your question is not listed please do ask via the Contact Us page.

What times do the classes run?

Classes run from 10am till 12pm

What time should I bring and collect my child?

Children should arrive at the Madrassah 5 mins before their time slot begins and should be collected no later than 5 mins after it ends.

Are your teachers qualified?

All teachers are qualified in subjects that they teach. They all have relevant qualifications in Tajweed, Arabic, Islamic Studies, Aqeedah, Fiqh etc

This also applies for our tuition teachers who have qualifications in Primary and Secondary education and also teach in local schools and colleges

Why are the fees £40, isn’t that too expensive?

Fees being a minimum of £40 is important for the running of the Madrassah and for paying off the rent. We aim to keep high standards of education and teaching and every pound is put to use in the service of the Deen. Our teachers are fully qualified and they have made a choice to not receive any wages- they all work for the sake of Allah swt, so we hope parents can do their part and understand that we are a non profit making organisation. All the money raised goes into running costs of the madrassah

What is the number of children per class?

We teach in a classroom based environment and limit class sizes to 13 students per class

My 3 daughter’s really enjoy studying at this mosque,they have learned so much in a short period of time. They learn about Islam and my daughter’s enjoy learning as they have fun activities too


Weekend Maktab

I have 3 children going to the madrassah. Daughters have weekend maktab and in the 2 days masha allah have gained alot of knowledge about our deen

They learn the quran and islamic studies. They have good tajweed and Islamic manners. They enjoy going to madrassah.

My son goes weekdays maktab and he has gained alot of knowledge and and looks forward to go to his class


Weekend Maktab

To see more feedback and reviews check the feedback page

my daughter has been attending the weekend classes for a few months now and i have noticed a great deal of change in her pronounciation.

Not only is she learning the rules of tajweed but she also has the confidence to teach and correct me in my recitation.

So far she has learnt some stories of the prophets, the importance of cleanliness, how to perform wudu, and other various topics in her islamic studies


Weekend Maktab


+44 7784 032 496 


Ad-Duha Institute

1164-1166 Stratford Road


B28 8AQ

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