Tajweed

"I love the Tajweed class, and the teacher is great. Super helpful and funny too.  I have come so far Alhamdulillah and my confidence has grown with reading the Quran. Alhamdulillah I have been reading Qur'an most of the days of Ramadan now and this was very hard for me before I attended this class.  Alhamdulillah I have benefited a lot".
Tajweed Pupil
(Sister)

Tajweed Classes

The Lewisham Islamic Institute aims to facilitate the understanding of how to read the noble Quran. Students will learn how to read the Quran fluently but must be able to showcase the ability to remain committed to a path which requires patience and hard work. Our ustadhs are qualified to teach the Quran and guide students on their journey with the Quran.

And recite the Qur’an clearly with tartil (in a distinct and measured tone). [73:4]

Course Summary

The course shall occur 1 day a week, students will be provided with a Tajweed book (subject to a fee) which students are expected to bring to each lesson. Moreover, demand for this class is substantial: therefore students must be very attentive and consistent if they wish to retain their space in the programme. The course content will include learning Qalqalah, Meem and Noon Mushaddadah, Raa Sakinah, Heavy Letters, Idghaam, Ikhfaa, Iqlaab, Izhaar, Maad Laazim, Maad Munfasil, Maad Muttasil, Maad Asli, Rules of Meem Sakinah and much more. By the end of the programme, pupils should be able to read from the Quran with Tajweed.

Day and Time

Sisters Only – Thursdays – 5:30pm – 7:30pm

Brothers Only – Mondays – 7:45pm – 8:45pm

Students must ensure that they complete their homework on a daily basis and keep up with their revision targets. Students are pushed not only to memorise the letters but also to consistently revise in order to maintain their knowledge.

This class is for Brothers and Sisters

Frequently Asked Questions

This class is free of charge.

Alhamdulilah, all of our teachers have are qualified to teach at this level and are under the general supervision of Imam Saabir (Head of the Hifdh Programme who possesses Ijazah in 10 Qira’aat of the Quran).

Students will be given homework each lesson and will be taught the Ahkaam of Tajweed such as Meem Mushaddadah, Rules of Noon Saakin and Tanween, Mudood, Qalqalah, Raa Saakinah, Ikfaa Shafawee and more.

All students will be provided with a designated Tajweed book which will enable them to practice their knowledge and track their progress.

All students must be over the age of 16 and have completed the Qaidah level.

This course is one academic year