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If parents are to get the best results for their children in Muslim schools, they must know what the Muslim school is trying to do. Parents need to understand that while the school basically may be following a National Curriculum (which in some countries may be compulsory), the teaching approach is expected to be holistic. Therefore it is not just a matter of teaching Islamic Studies, Quran and Arabic under the same roof as Arts and Sciences, but of developing an integrated Islamic perspective on all forms of knowledge right across the curriculum. At the same time, the school is trying to cultivate good attitudes, behavior and manners in accordance with the teachings of Islam.
‘Aishah may Allaah be pleased with her is reported to have said of the Prophet sallallaahu alayhi wa sallam ( may Allaah exalt his mention ) that: “His behavior was the Quran (in practice)”. [Ahmad] To take the Prophet sallallaahualayhi wa sallam ( may Allaah exalt his mention ) as a “beautiful example” means not just to imitate his outward actions or practices but also to base our own motivation and actions on the Quran as he did, in a way that is appropriate to the place and time in which we happen to live.
The approach of a modern Muslim School, which may be located in a modern “secular” or non-Islamic type of environment, cannot be like that of Islamic education of the recent past, when teaching relied much on repetition and memorization and uncritical acceptance of the teachers’ word. The Islamic teaching must relate with the society in which the pupils live, with the state of modern knowledge and with the beliefs of other people in the country where the school is located without at any point in time losing the focus of the stand of our deen on any issue. If Muslim children are to grow up as witnesses to the truth in a non-Muslim society, they need to understand that society and to develop an objective and critical approach, so that they can appreciate whatever is good in it, avoid its evils and reach out to the non-Muslims, presenting the truths of Islam in a way they can understand Islam and relate to it.
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The school is an Islamic school that caters for both secular and Islamic education. The Islamic education comprises memorization of the glorious Qur’an and learning of Arabic as a language with Islamic jurisprudence fiqh, adab etc
The secular education is ecclestic comprising of our local curriculum with carefully selected topics from other curricula
6 years pry, 6 years secondary
Our last year of secondary is basically designed to cater for foreign exams which though they would have been exposed to along the line. And to round up their memorization for those who have some chapters to go and constant revision for those that have finished .
Meanwhile the memorization is designed for 9 years but could be less or more depending on the child’s ability.
The secular education is definitely as obtainable in any good and standard school but with the extra benefit of pristine Islam and by the special leave of Allah good morals and Islamic values.
You may wish to visit the school to “eyemark” and engage the head of school one on one
Attanzeel schools. Olowojegudu street off Faniyi street olu odo family land , off ebute igbogbo road ,opp sak gold car wash. Take the untarred road immediately after the end of the long wall with the Lagos state signpost indicating Faniyi street. Move a bit and you’ll see a green and yellow building with blue roof. Kindly call Mrs Abinuwaye on 08105891274 for direction and to book your visit .