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21 January 2019 / 14. Jamaad-Ul-Awwal 1440

Tarbiyyah Curriculum progress in Europe!

Updated on 28 November 2018

The last couple of months have all been about the Tarbiyah Curriculum

On 30th June - 02nd July 2018 CoEJ SAN and MCE ran the Train the Trainer (TTT) for The Tarbiyah Curriculum Program.
Seventeen facilitators in total from Europe have been trained, they have had a  busy summer supporting madaris in Europe

Watch the video here.

Subsequently, teachers from five madaris have been trained and have started the Tarbiyah curriculum roll out.
One program has also been conducted where support was given to new teachers from any CoEJ SAN madaris.
Ten out of the fifteen madaris under CoEJ SAN have rolled out the Tarbiyah Curriculum.

Click here to see Tarbiyah program for July 

Click on the countries to get the latest status updates

Peterborough

Marsta

Leeds 

 Paris South 

Paris North 

Watford

Madrasah Centre of Excellence:
In response to meeting the needs of madrasah teachers of Bands A and B, the Madrasah Centre of Excellence (MCE) will shortly release a booklet which provides detailed guidance on the structure and teaching of Tarbiyah relating to those two bands. The booklet includes the following areas:

Update on Tarbiyah Curriculum please click here to read further  


Safeguarding Program run by CoEJ SAN facilitator Rizwan Rahemtulla, on Saturday 10th of November 2018 at SIM Essex. Find out more here. 

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