The core aim of this course is to study the detailed information of the life of the Prophet Muhammad (pbuh).
1. To learn the life during the irea before the birth of the Prophet (pbuh)
2. To learn lessons from the history before Islam
3. To implement these lessons in our lives
4. To know the Prophet pbuh in the way that we should know him with
5. To increase our love towards the Prophet (pbuh)
6. To know the Prophet’s Companions
7. To increase our love towards the Companions
8. To discus and refute the doubts of the orintlists with regards to a number of matters related to the life of the Prophet (pbuh)
9. To appreciate the Message and the Prophecy of Muhammad (pbuh)
10. To increase one’s faith and be closer to Allah (swt)
11. To appreciate the efforts of the scholars of ahl as-Sunnah wa al-Jama’ah

These are some objectives, which are related to Seerah in general. However, there are many other objectives which are related to individual subsections in the course book.
This is an ongoing course, however termly enrolment (16 weeks) is required.
As this is an on-going study, the content of the course is mainly related to Tawheed in the worship, Shirk and issues related to it. It is also dependent on the chapter that the teacher is analysing, therefore we cannot specify content points for the course. However, we can tell you which chapter is in the syllabus at the time of enrolment.
This course does not require any pre-requisites. However, it should be understood that students should be able to speak and understand English. The course prefers that students know a very basic level of Arabic reading.
The prime materials for this course are:

• The course book in Arabic: ‘ar-Raheeq al-Makhtoom’ – (The sealed Nectar’ by Safiur-Rahman al-Mubarakpuri (d. 1427 AH)
• Hand-outs and PowerPoint slides can be provided every lesson
• There are also a number of secondary materials that can be used in this course. The teacher refers to them during the study
The course does not require any typical written or oral assessments. However, there will be:

• Week 1 - General revision of what was learned and assessing the level of the students
• Week 8 - PowerPoint revision lesson and optional student presentation of a selected issue
• Week 16 - PowerPoint revision, teachers oral reports and student feedback
• Students are recommended to prepare the lesson before they attend, based on the lesson objectives
• Students are required to prepare their questions beforehand
• Students are recommended to discuss any current issues that are related to the lessons
It is an optional project:

• There will be a list of different short projects that students can choose from
• Selection is at the beginning of the course (week 1) or by the mid-term (week 8) the latest
• Details of each project can be explained by the teacher
There are a number of references that students will be using. These depend on the topics that is referring to. The main references are as follows:

1. ‘The sealed Nectar’ by Safiur-Rahman al-Mubarakpuri (d. 1427 AH)
2. ‘The Prophetic Seerah’ by Ibn Hisham (d. 218 AH)
3. ‘al-Bidayah wa an-Nihaiyah’ by Ibn Kathir (d. 774 AH)
Classes are open to all adults; males and females, for people from all walks of life.
• The fee for this course is £200 per term
• Free for any parents has a child enrolled into one of our Weekend Supplementary Schools

Please see the fees policy for the available offers.

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  • Seerah & History (The Sealed Nectar): £100
  • 10 Days