230 Macquarie Street Liverpool
Held every Saturday at MIA, our Madrasah caters for students of various ages, levels and backgrounds. We wish to instil a deep love for Allaah ﷻ The Most High and Islaam in the heart of every student, and by extension, their families and homes. We seek to establish a sense of Islamic honour and identity in our students’ hearts and teach them to live according to the Qur’an and Sunnah. We intend to promote excellence in manners based on the teachings of our beloved Prophet Muhammad ﷺ
Our approach to education is dynamic and alive, and accordingly we strive to create and adapt our learning environments to reflect the requirements of each of our students in an ever-changing society.
Whether your child is in an Islamic school or not, it’s always a great idea to provide them with extra Islamic lessons and no matter the time of the year, it’s never too late to enrol.
What we teach in Madrasah
Our primary focus is to establish the foundational principles of Tawheed and Eemaan within the spiritual wellbeing of our students, nurturing their Islamic identity and providing a safe environment for them to flourish as believers. Our curriculum addresses studies of Islamic belief, worship, the Qur’an, and the applications of Islamic history on our lives today.
Young Adult Islamic College
The “young adult” stage of life is an incredibly crucial and vulnerable time. It is a time when our youth are very impressionable, and when the environment plays an immense role in the people they grow to be as adults. MIA’s aim with the Young Adults Islamic College is to harness the potential of our youth and guide and direct them towards a life-long journey of seeking Islamic knowledge, and nurturing their identities as strong, active, righteous Muslims in a society that can cause this to be a challenging feat for some. We strive to inspire them to wear their Islaam with pride and honour, and to value Islamic rules and etiquettes in all areas of their lives.
What we teach
Our Young Adults Islamic College program transitions students from modern textbooks to classical Islamic texts, exposing them to the classical works of our Islamic Scholars. This includes specific texts on the subjects of ‘Aqeedah, Fiqh, Usool al-Fiqh, Seerah, Hadeeth, Uloom ul-Hadeeth and Uloom al-Qur’an. Incorporating within the program is the developing of Islamic identity and Islamic character, specifically in the context of how a Muslim is to traverse and navigate through Western societies. We ensure that our students graduate with a strong foundation of the belief in Allaah ﷻ , the six pillars of Eemaan, general knowledge of the sciences of the Sharee’ah and a strong self of identity with their Islamic culture.