The curriculum of Rawdha recognises that all knowledge is sacred and worthy of pursuit and that learning is a lifelong tradition in Islam. Rawdha’s curriculum is designed to foster thought, curiosity and a desire for learning in all students, regardless of their backgrounds, strengths and needs. The curriculum should be a gateway to opportunity and a knowledge-based vibrant community in the United Kingdom and beyond.
Rawdha aims to:
- Mould students into active British citizens, with a sense of responsibility for their actions.
- Encourage students’ social participation within their community.
- Provide a high quality of Islamic education and training to degree level standard with definite provision of sound academic and secular education, and vocational training, to Advanced Level.
- Serve the Islamic and the academic needs of the Muslim community, both locally and nationally, and to ensure that each and every one of our students achieves their full potential.
- Ensure professional standard of higher Islamic Studies in the following faculties:
1) Faculty of Holy Quran
2) Faculty of Hadith
3) Faculty of Tafseer
4) Faculty of Fiqh
5) Faculty of Theology
- Train and nurture young Muslims on their social and religious conduct.
- Design and run courses tailor-made to meet the needs of University and College Students.
- To promote the welfare of young Muslims and to give students a practical and more successful understanding of their religious and social rights and responsibilities in society.
- To allow students to develop their spiritual and moral individuality so that they become true models of Islam, as well as respecting the individuality of others and other cultures and faiths.
- To empower students with the necessary skills to integrate within society without endangering or compromising their beliefs and principles.
Rawdha provides the following 3 courses for pre 16 students:
- Nazra & Hifdh