ISGH Sunday School
By the grace of Allah last year we had good number of students enrolled and we thank the teachers and parents who worked for the school. In shaa Allah we are planning to be more organised this year. Islamic education being our first priority, we will also concentrate in developing other skills by making the students participate in different events. We would prefer to have all the kids enrolled early as it will help us in identifying the correct class and prevent us from disturbing the class by adding new student every week. So please register your kids early.
Online Registration is in progress and can be registered by clicking here.
Fee per Family:
One Child = $75/year
Two Children = $140/year
Three or more = $50 additional per child
Books can be purchased at $12 for each child.
School supplies, maintenance and misc expenses will be $100 per family per year.
Sunday School Schedule
09/13/2015, 10:30AM – First day of school
Assembly – 10:30 – 10:45 AM
Kindergarten, Elementry 1, Elementry 2
Islamic Studies: 10:45 – 11:30
Break: 11:30 – 12:00
Quaranic Studies: 12:00 – 1:00
Juniors, Senior Boys, Senior Girls
Islamic Studies: 10:45 – 12:00
Break: 12:00 – 12:30
Quarnic Studies: 12:30 – 1:20
1st exam – 11/22/2015
2nd exam – 02/28/2015
3rd exam – 05/08/2015
Last day of school – 05/17/2015
Eid holiday – 09/27/2015
Fall break – 11/29/2014
Winter break – 12/27/2015, 01/03/2016
Spring break – 04/3/2016
Family fun day – April, 2016
In-Charge Quaranic Education : Br.Rashid Ali
In-Charge Islamic studies : Sis.Munima Nasir
Islamic studies curriculum will be age and grade based.
- Kindergarten – Ages 5 – 7 year. KG and Grade 1st.
- Elementary = Ages 8 – 10 year. Grades 2nd and 3rd
- Junior – Ages 11 – 13 year. Grades 4th and 5th.
- Senior – Ages 13+. Grades 6th and above.
Curriculum – Follow Weekend Learning Series .
Web Site – www.weekendlearning.com/
Kindergarten – Level 1
Elementary – Level 2
Junior – Level 4
Senior – Level 6
Aims and objectives of the school
ISGH Islamic School’s aim are:
To provide a sound Islamic Education to children from 4 yrs and above and, to help them develop a sense of belonging to the Muslim Community.
To nurture the student’s personality towards the best moral conduct, healthy attitudes and self-discipline in accordance with the teaching of the Quran and Sunnah and to encourage him/her to develop as responsible citizens, contributing to the well-being of society and of humankind in general.
To enable students to fulfill their obligation to worship Allah in the manner that the Quran and Allah’s messenger have prescribed.
The School’s Curriculum
The curriculum is carefully designed for children, to fulfill these requirements:
To be able to read, write and understand commonly used Arabic terms and phrases, including Quranic reading.
To have a full understanding of basic Islamic beliefs.
To be able to understand and perform the rituals that is practiced in Islam.
To acquire the necessary knowledge and skills for practicing Islamic etiquettes and morals.
Subjects Taught in the School
(a) Seerah of the Prophet Muhammad (S.A.W). (Morals/Manners based on the teaching of Prophet Muhammad (S.A.W))
(b) Stories of other Prophets.
How do we plan to achieve these objectives?
Teachers meet regularly to plan lessons.
Teachers plan lessons that are stimulating and interesting, using a variety of methods and activities.
Lessons are planned to meet the needs of the children, according to their age/ability.
Parents’ Role in the School:Here are some ways in which you can help your children to reinforce what they have learnt in the school:
1. Discuss with your children what they have learnt in school. If they have learnt any Surahs/Duas, help them to memorize them. Praise them for their effort. If they are not doing well or not taking interest in their work, come and talk to the teacher and find out how you can help. If you need to see a class teacher, please arrange a time before or after school.
2. Make sure they do their homework regularly. If a child continuously does not complete homework, parents will be informed. If there is no response after the warning, the child will be removed from school.
3. Bring and collect them from school on time. Lessons begin at 10:15am and finish at 1:15pm.
4. Make sure that you are good role models for your children at home and at school. At school arrive at 1:00pm to pray Dhur with your child.
5. Read the school policies and make sure you are following the rules.
Education starts at home, exerting a strong influence on the upbringing of a child. The children are our future, so it is up to parents/teachers to educate them in such a way that they will grow up with the help of Allah (S.W.T) to be confident, practicing Muslims. IT IS A VENTURE WHICH SHOULD CONCERN THE ENTIRE COMMUNITY.