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The objectives of Basingstoke Supplementary Islamic School are mentioned below. These provide the direction and foundation of the school policies and decisions.

Teaching Objectives

The school will strive to:
  • A: Provide basic understanding of the Principles of Islam by…
    • A1: Teaching the basic concepts of the Islam including Allah, The Angels, The Prophets, the Revealed Books, the Free Will, the Pre-determination and the Day of Judgement.  
    • A2: Teaching the stories and moral values from the Quran and Sunnah
    • A3: Teaching about the 5 pillars of Islam and other Islamic practices.  
  • B: Provide basic understanding of Islamic History by…
    • B1: Teaching the life of the Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) 
    • B2: Teaching stories of previous prophets mentioned in the Quran
    • B3: Teaching examples from the lives of the companions of the Prophet PBUH
    • B4: Teaching examples from the lives of great scientists and scholars of the Muslim world
  • C: Provide basic understanding of Islamic Manners and Values by…
    • C1: Teaching the basic Islamic values (i.e. Honesty, Equality, Truthfulness, etc.) by examples
    • C2: Teaching children the values of parents and their rights according to the Quran and Sunnah
    • C3: Teaching children how to communicate and interact with both Muslims and Non Muslims with tolerance and respect.
  • D: Provide an Islamic Environment and raise strong Community Awareness by...
    • D1: Providing opportunies to establish long lasting friendships and bonds with other Muslims
    • D2: Providing a platform where feeling of strong and loving community develops
    • D3: Creating a sense of identity as well as integration with the outside community
    • D4: Making the learning enjoyable by doing extracurricular activities
  • E Teaching Basic Arabic

Organisational Objectives

We aim to implement and streamline the professional processes and procedures by the end of academic year 2010-2011 (August 2011).

This is equivalent to achieving the Bronze Certificate of quality framework devised by the National Resource Centre for Supplementary Education (NRC). This ambition is chosen volunarily to raise the standards and quality across the board specifically relating to teaching, learning, governance and community engagement.

NRC Requirements for the Bronze Award:

  • Statement of aims
  • List of Management Committee showing CRB checks where necessary
  • Equal opportunities statement  
  • List of staff and volunteers showing CRB checks 
  • Job descriptions and role descriptions for staff and volunteers
  • Staffing and volunteer policy   
  • Child protection policy
  • Health and safety policy
  • Risk assessments
  • Offsite procedures
  • Registration form for children
  • Registers of attendance
  • Financial rules
  • Petty cash rules