These terms and conditions have been drawn up and agreed by the Online Quran School management team. The purpose of the rules is to ensure that a positive learning atmosphere exists at all times so each member of the Online Quran School is truly valued and able to develop their skills and achieve their full potential.
These rules are not negotiable and we will uphold these rules at all times. The most beneficial and pleasant learning environment is one where there is mutual respect. This is achieved through good manners and courtesy. We hope that parents and staff will work together to ensure that every student understands these rules and why they are necessary. Parents should not give instructions to their child, which goes against the Online Quran School teachings.
Our Online Quran School runs on weekdays and weekends, timings vary depending on the package selected.
Students are to log in at least 5 minutes before their online lesson. Parents are requested to ensure their child is relieved from all necessities (toilet and wudhu) before logging on.
Direct Debit is the method of collecting fees. The direct debit will be collected directly from your bank account at the beginning of the month (1st). Monthly fees are non-refundable.
Students must be dressed appropriately. The uniform for boys is a plain jubbah and hat of any suitable colour. The uniform for girls is a plain jubbah and scarf of any suitable colour.
Students should not log on to the Online Quran School with inappropriate clothing. Failure to comply may mean that the students are asked to leave the online class.
Parents must notify the Online Quran School Staff in advance if they wish their child(ren) to leave class early for any reason.
Parents/Guardians are requested not to arrange family holidays during term time. Where this is unavoidable, request for leave of absence should be made in writing to the Online Quran School in advance of the dates of absence. Continued absence and lateness without a genuine reason is unacceptable and may result in the student being removed from the register.
Any student who is absent for more than 3 weeks without informing the Online Quran School shall be deemed to have left and will lose their place. Re-instatement to the Online Quran School will be subject to the place being available and will require re-registration.
A Parent/Guardian must not enter a classroom during Online Quran School times without the teacher’s permission.
Students must complete their homework before joining the class. Essentially, students should revise class work daily for one hour.
Parents should encourage their children to maintain high standards of discipline and behaviour at our Online Quran School. Unacceptable behaviour by students will not be tolerated at any time and will be disciplined and may result in dismissal.
Abusive language by students or parents to teachers or any staff member will not be tolerated and will be treated seriously, which may result in dismissal.
Mobile phones, MP3 players or any other type of device, which distracts the students from their studies are not allowed to be exposed during class.
Parents must not advise children contrary to the Islamic teachings of our Online Quran School as this will confuse the child and hinder their progress.
Students will be expected to make steady progress throughout the year in all subjects. Qaida level students will be expected to progress forward in each lesson according to the targets set by their teacher.
Quran level Students will be expected to read a specified portion from the Quran in each lesson and continuously progress in Surah memorisation as well as continuously revise all previously memorised Surahs.
Quran level Students will be expected to memorise all the Tajweed rules and be able to apply them accordingly. Students will be expected to learn all Salah related Duas. Students must complete all set homework.
There will be a regular assessment at the completion of each level of study. Assessments will cover all subjects taught i.e: Reading Quran/Qaidah, Reading memorised Surahs, Islamic Studies, Salaah, Duas and topics taught in class.
The passing of the assessment is a requisite for the Student to move onto the next level. The pass mark is 40% in each subject. Students who fail the exam will be offered a chance to take a resit and their marks will be capped at 40%. Exam procedures and requirements will be explained to students prior to the exam.
In the event of a complaint, please speak with your child’s teacher or put the complaint in writing using the contact form, click HERE.