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The New Academic Year will start on Sunday 18th September 2016 at 9.30am
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.
Al-Qalam School is well established to serve the Arab and Muslim community. Remarkable success has been achieved and demonstrated in the results since it moved to King fahad Academy in 2002. The school enjoys a strong satisfaction from both parents and students.
Visitors had also expressed their good impression about the peaceful and productive atmosphere that our school has been offering. Our classes range from reception to GCSE of all ages between 5 and 16 and we are preparing them to take the Arabic and Religious studies GCSEs.
Our aim is to provide children of the Muslim and Arab Community, with Arabic Language, and also prepare them to understand the Qur'an, other classical Islamic texts and basic Islamic instructions.
The syllabus for both Arabic Language and Islamic Studies is based on a series of text books called 'Al-Amal series', which follows the new pedagogically method of learning, and has been produced and tested in a number of European Countries.
The series of books are prepared by the International Educational Training Centre in France and published by Granada Editions and supported by ISESCO. For GCSE Arabic, we are using the text book 'Your Arabic Friend' published by MMbooks and is prepared for Edexel GCSE Arabic. The lessons are designed and delivered to help the students love the language and learn it in an interesting and simple way.
The school runs on Sundays from 9:30am to 3:4 pm, and has 21 well trained teachers and more than three hundred students.
The school is advancing from strength to strength, with increasing success in teaching and learning, as well as providing leading educational services for the Muslim community. It is meeting its targets by engaging with, and listening to parents, educators and students.