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Imam Husain School

Imam Ali (a.s):
“Knowledge in childhood is like engraving on a stone.”

Parents hold enormous leverage in terms of what they teach their children and accordingly how their children grow up as adults. Islam, therefore, hold parents responsible for steering their children’s upbringing according to the Islamic guidelines. The Almighty Allah states in the Holy Qur’an about the need to raise families in the light of their end destination: “O you who believe! Ward off yourselves and your families against a Fire (Hell) whose fuel is men and stones.” (66:6)

To assist parents in providing Islamic education to their children the Imam Husain Islamic Centre is running an Islamic school on Saturday afternoons for children between the ages of six and fifteen in five levels. The main subjects include ‘reading the holy Qur’an’, ‘Islamic beliefs’, ‘Ethics and Morality’, ‘Islamic history and the biography of Ahlul-Bayt (a.s), and ‘Practical laws of Islam’.

Imam Husain School Objectives

1- To create model of an Islamic School for centres and communities around Australia to emulate (as we have a unique pool of expertise in every field of education within our community)
2- To INCREASE the Imaan of the Children so that they appreciate Allah(SWT) and the blessing of guidance
3- To ensure that the children of the community have a good foundation of essential, correct Islamic knowledge
4- To produce conscientious children, aware of their role as Muslims in a Western society, and what this requires of them
5- To cultivate leadership and community awareness in children and the youth
6- To ensure that students are able to critically think and analyse facts presented to them especially in relation to their beliefs, and to know where to find answers when needed
7- To introduce and encourage the ethical values taught and exemplified by the Prophets and Imams
8- In the end of the 10 year studies in Islam, students should be able to:
a )understand the basic principles of Islam,
b) understand and know how to practice their faith with confidence,
c) be able to interact with and understand the multitude of speakers that visit their community
d) to motivate and inspire a new generation of youth (in other words, become teachers themselves)
e) Pursue further studies in Islamic studies if they wish (eg. EHawza)
f) Be active participating members of their community and society.

Click on below to learn more about our Syllabus, Classes, and Teachers

http://school.ihic.org.au
http://islamicsyllabus.com