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The ICC runs a weekend 'Supplementary School' in West London called "Al-Qalam Weekend School". The school provides basic Islamic instructions for the children of the Muslim Community between the age of 5 to 16, and have classes from reception to GCSE.
Tremendous success has been achieved by the Supplementary Schools under the Islamic Cultural Centre - London Central Mosque supervision since the transfer from the centre to a school prepared for teaching. The success has been witnessed by the parents, noticed by the visitors to the school, and demonstrated by the results. The establishment and running of the Weekend school since the early 1980's remain a highly praised feature of the Centre. The Centre has also been extensively involved with other Mosques and Islamic organisations in setting up primary and secondary Islamic schools up and about the country and run along the same line as other Religious Denominational schools (where up to 85% of the financial needs are met by the State Education Authorities under the 1944 Education Act). The school presently has a site in Acton.
The school implements the Arabic language syllaby entitled "I learn Arabic" put forward by Dr. Al-Habib Al-Affes. A series of books from reception to 6th grade. Each level uses three books: reading, handwriting and practice book. For year 7 and GCSE, we use two books prepared by Ahmed Albaghdadi.
- Studies in Islam, by Maulvi Abdul Aziz
- Islam: Beliefs & Teachings, by Ghulam Sarwar
- Islam, by Ruqayyah Maqsood
- Islamic Studies, by Al Affes
- Islamic Studies, by Al Amal Foundation