BCETS Education Services
The mosque runs evening school, under the umbrella of Birmingham Community Education and Training Services (BCETS). BCETS School is part-funded by the Birmingham City Council Education Department and also work very closely with other organisations such as Birmingham & Solihull Connexions who explore arts and craft with younger pupils and arrange outdoor expeditions for older children.
Our Schools is staffed with teachers experienced suitably for working with young children.
For more information please visit 5.00 - 7.00pm weekdays and speak to Mr. Niaz Ahmad, our head .
BCETS Educational Services
The evening Supplementary School currently teaches pupils Arabic, Islamic Studies and Qur’an Hifz. The school is currently in session for two hours daily in the evenings during the week and is therefore largely an after-school institution. However, it is gradually being developed into a more full-time place of learning and intuition. Staff backgrounds vary to maintain diversity for pupils who must overlook differences to understand the peaceful message of Islam and learn different languages and views.
There are basic classes for younger children and more intermediate classes for older children with a separate Hifz class for those wishing to memorise the Qur’an, largely made up of older students. Pupils are taught Islamic Studies from text books alongside Qur’an and Tajweed. Urdu is also an optional subject for older pupils.
Education for children with hearing and speech impairment
The mosque offers special educational classes for children having hearing and speech impairment, with an Islamic perspective, in partnership with Al-Munir Foundation.
Saturdays 10:00am till 12:00 noon
For details and admissions contact Mrs Amna Rasul at 07772 846924 or Qari Ghulam Rasul at 07957 295364