The Noor Academy provides moral, religious, and contemporary education to Ahmadi children between the ages of 7-18. Our objective is to equip our children with grassroots knowledge in education so that they have a solid foundation to build on and become confident Ahmadi Muslims.
At the present time we have Ta’lim, Tarbiyyat and Waqfe Nau classes and in the near future further courses will be opened for Tabligh, Arabic and others.
So please register below as a student or as a teacher.
Useful Information for Parents:
Key Stage 2 means year 5 & 6
Key Stage 3 means year 7, 8, and 9
Key Stage 4 means year 10 & 11
AS level means year 12 & A level is year 13
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Children who are already registered and like to continue with the same subjects do not need to register again.
Please do register again if you wish to study a new subject
Term Dates: Next term starts on 7th January 2023. Registration closes 3rd January 2023
Waqf-e-Nau – a divinely inspired scheme On 3rd April 1987, after receiving Divine guidance, the Head of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community, Hazrat Khalifatul Masih IV(rh) called on Ahmadis to devote the lives of their children for the cause of the Community and bring them up in such a way that they would grow up to willingly sacrifice everything for the sake of God. Accordingly, this generation would be able to shoulder the responsibility of the Jama’at [community] in its second century. Huzoor(rh) called this scheme Tahrik Waqf-e-Nau. Today, Tahrik Waqf-e-Nau is a thriving institution in which thousands of Ahmadis devote the lives of their children for the sake of the Jama’at and everyday this number continues to swell. Hazrat Khalifatul Masih V (may Allah be his Helper) delivered a number of Friday Sermons and Addresses to parents and Waqfeen-e-Nau in which they explained the importance of this blessed scheme, the responsibilities of parents, how to bring up these children and the responsibilities of Waqfeen-e-Nau. Hazrat Khalifatul Masih IV(rh) advised Wakalat Waqf-e-Nau to prepare a syllabus for these children as a mean to provide guidance for their education, upbringing and training. It is this syllabus that we will be teaching Inshallah. We will be following the syllabus quite closely in terms of age-related content. To a degree, this syllabus covers the requirements of training, yet it should not be treated as the last word. It is not prudent to rely on any single source of knowledge. Therefore, the parents, and at a later stage, the Waqf-e-Nau devotees themselves, should expand their learning beyond this syllabus and should seek help from other books.
And say, ‘O my Lord, increase me in knowledge.’ [20:115]
“The Messenger of Allah came out of one of his apartments one day and entered the mosque, where he saw two circles, one reciting Qur’an and supplicating to Allah, and the other learning and teaching. The Prophet said: ‘Both of them are good. These people are reciting the Qur’an and supplicating to Allah, and if He wills, He will give them, and if He wills, He will withhold from them. And these people are learning and teaching. Verily I have been sent as a teacher.’ Then he sat down with them.” (Ibn Majah)
Spiritual and Moral Training
Tarbiyyat (Training) is to inculcate the habit of offering five times daily prayers preferably in congregation, Tahajjud prayers, recitation of the Holy Qur’an, respect to humanity, and to establish Islamic values such as truthfulness, trustworthiness, respect of parents, teachers and elders amongst Atfal. Tarbiyat work requires a very sensitive, full of wisdom, target oriented and extremely consistent approach.