Al-Quran

The Quran courses are delivered online via Skype. These are one to one classes. We have female and male teachers for the respective students. We recommend children to have four half hour lessons per week minimum and adults have two one hour lessons per week.

As a charity organisation our sole aim is to facilitate Quran learning for those who may not have other means of achieving it. These courses are for those students who have the intention, desire and commitment to complete it.

Hifz Al-Quran requires a commitment of five to six years for those starting from the beginning. Please consider this carefully before enrolling your children on this programme.

Recitation of Al-Quran requires a commitment of two and half to three years for those starting from the beginning.

Course Details and Requirements    

Hifz Al-Quran - Free

The requirement for this course is:

  • Inability to pay.
  • Age from seven years to twelve years.
  • Committment to study for 5 years.
  • Ability to recite the Qaida with correct Makhraj.
  • Passing the entrance assessment test.
  • Prepared to take four half hour lessons per week

Hifz Al-Quran (Payed)

The requirement for this course is:

  • Ability to Pay
  • Age from seven years to seventy or more.
  • Committment to study for 5 years.
  • Ability to recite the Qaida with correct Makhraj.
  • Prepared to take four half hour lessons (Children) and two one hour lessons (adults) per week.

Al-Quran Recitation

This course focuses on recitation of the Quran correctly by applying the tajweed rules. The requirement for this course is:

  • Ability to Pay
  • Age from seven years to seventy or more.
  • Committment to study for 3 years.
  • Prepared to take four half hour lessons (Children) and two one hour lessons (adults) per week.

Hifz Al-Quran Revision

This is for those children who are already memorising or learning to recite the Quran with another teacher either at school, Madrassa or privately and wish to have additional practice by reciting to someone else.