SCOPE (Kindy – Year 6)

Terms

Term 1

Term 2

Term 3

Term 4

Topics

Back to Basics-

Pillars of Islam and Faith

Ramadan

The Blessed Month

Exploring Hajj and Special Times

Iman in Action

Lesson Overviews

Lesson 1 Welcome to Scripture

Lesson 2 Testimony of Faith

Lesson 3 Prayer

Lesson 4 Charity

Lesson 5 Fasting Ramadan

Lesson 6 Pilgrimage

Lesson 7 Revision

Lesson 1 Introduction to Ramadan

Lesson 2 The Month of the Qur’an

Lesson 3 The Month of Good Deeds.

Lesson 4 The Month of Mercy

Lesson 5 The Month of Power (The Last 10 Days & Laylat Al Qadr)

Lesson 6 The Month of Celebration

Lesson 7 Eid Blessings!

Lesson 8 Keeping the Spirit of Ramadan Alive All Year.

Lesson 9 – Learning About Allah SWT

Lesson 10 – Revision

Lesson 1 The First 10 Days of Dhul Hujjah

Lesson 2 Hajj Background

Lesson 3 Importance of Arafah

Lesson 4 What is Eid Al Adha?

Lesson 5 Let’s Celebrate Eid!

Guidance from Stories of the Prophets

Lesson 6 – Prophets and Messengers – Lessons from Muhammad SAW

Lesson 7 – Lessons from Adam AS

Lesson 8 Lessons from Yunus AS.

Lesson 9 Lessons from Musa AS

Lesson 10 Revision

Lesson 1 Intro to Iman and it’s 6 Pillars

Lesson 2 Belief in Allah SWT

Lesson 3 Belief in the Angels

Lesson 4 Belief in the Books

Lesson 5 Belief in the Messengers

Lesson 6 Belief in the Day of Judgement and Belief in Divine Destiny (Qadr)

Lesson 7 Revision

Term 1

Back to Basics-Pillars of Islam

Lesson

Early Stage 1

Stage 1

Stage 2

Stage 3

Lesson 1

Welcome to Scripture

Students learn the purpose of scripture.

Students learn key words (Allah, Islam, Muslim)

Students learn the purpose of scripture

Students develop their understanding of key words

Students learn the purpose of scripture

Students extend their understanding of key Islamic vocabulary

Students learn the purpose of scripture

Students demonstrate understanding of key Islamic vocabulary

Lesson 2

Testimony of Faith (Shahada)

Students learn that there Five Pillars in Islam and can identify these.

Students learn about the First Pillar, Shahadah, its meaning, and that belief in this makes us Muslim

Students learn that the First Pillar, Shahada, (Testimony of Faith) is the foundation of Islam

Students develop their understanding of Allah SWT and His Messenger Muhammad SAW

Students learn that the purpose of our creation is to worship Allah SWT alone (Tawheed).

Students explore ways to implement this Pillar in their everyday lives

Students understand the significance of the Shahada

Students explore the 7 conditions of Shahadah

Lesson 3

Prayer (Salat)

Students identify Salah as the second pillar

Students learn that Muslims pray and why (e.g. thanking Allah SWT)

Students learn some of the significance of prayer (that prayer is a means of seeking help, expressing our gratitude, love and thanks to Allah SWT

Students extend their understanding of prayer (as a means of connecting to Allah, seeking help and self-purification, a way of expressing our gratitude, love and thanks to Allah SWT).

Students understand that prayer is a duty upon Muslims.

Students explore ways of implementing this Pillar in their everyday lives.

Lesson 4

Zakat (compulsory charity)

Students understand the meaning of Zakat/ (compulsory charity) and that this is the third Pillar of Islam.

Students understand the importance of Zakat and how it makes a difference/ benefits both giver and receiver.

Students explore the impact Zakat can have spiritually, individually and globally.

Students learn that Sadaqa is additional voluntary charity.

Students extend their understanding of Zakat and how it is calculated.

Students explore ways to implement this Pillar in their everyday lives.

Lesson 5

Fasting (Sawm)

Students learn what fasting is.

Students learn that Ramadan is an Islamic month.

Students learn that fasting the month of Ramadan is the 4th Pillar of Islam.

Students develop their understanding of fasting (who can fast, and recommended actions while fasting).

Students learn about the importance and significance of Ramadan.

Students develop their knowledge of fasting Ramadan, as well as the benefits of fasting (e.g. for the human body, connections to others, developing empathy and good character).

Students explore ways to implement this Pillar in their everyday lives (i.e, preparing for fasting Ramadan).

Lesson 6

Pilgrimage (Hajj)

Students are introduced to the fifth Pillar, Hajj.

Students learn the significance of Hajj.

Students extend their understanding of the benefits and significance of Hajj.

Students explore ways to prepare for Hajj in their everyday lives.

Lesson 7

Revision

Students reflect on learning gained this term

Students reflect on learning gained this term

Students reflect on learning gained this term

Students reflect on learning gained this term



Term 2

Ramadan- The Blessed Month

Lesson

Early Stage 1

Stage 1

Stage 2

Stage 3

Lesson 1

Introduction to Ramadan

Students recall their understanding of Ramadan

Students learn some of important features of Ramadan including the Taraweeh (extra night prayers).

Students identify conditions of fasting

Students extend their understanding of some of the benefits of fasting

Students explore and discuss the significance of and benefits of fasting Ramadan, including developing Taqwa (God consciousness) and self-development

Students extend on their understanding of the significance of Ramadan

Lesson 2

The Month of The Qur’an

Students understand basic features of the Qur’an

Students understand the benefits of reading Quran in and out of Ramadan

Students understand the significance of the Quran for our lives

Students explore strategies for developing a relationship with the Quran

Lesson 3

The Month of Good Deeds

Students learn the importance of manners in Islam and explore examples of good manners to practice in Ramadan

Students discuss benefits of encouraged behaviours for their everyday lives

Students explore strategies for implementing these behaviours in and out of Ramadan

Students extend understanding of strategies for implementing encouraged behaviours in their everyday lives

Lesson 4

The Month Of Mercy

Students learn that Ramadan is the month of mercy and practicing good deeds gets us closer to Allah and Allah’s mercy

Students explore examples of behaviours that demonstrate mercy, generosity and charity

Students understand benefits of encouraged behaviours for themselves and others

Students explore strategies for implementing these behaviours in Ramadan

Students explore how these encouraged behaviours are useful in their everyday lives

Lesson 5

The Month of Power

(The Last 10 Nights & Laylat al Qadr)

Students learn the importance of the Last 10 nights of Ramadan, particularly Laylat al Qadr (the Night of Power/Decree)

Students learn Duas (supplications) to say during this time.

Students explore the importance of the Last 10 Days and Layalt al Qadr.

Students practice making Dua

Students learn Surat (chapter) Al Qadr (Night of Power) (87, Qur’an) and its English meaning.

Students extend understanding of Dua and prayers to be applied during the last ten nights of Ramadan.

Lesson 6

The Month of Celebration

Students learn what Eid is and how to prepare for it.

Students understand the importance of Eid prayer and etiquettes of Eid

Students extend their understanding of the Takbir (Glorification if Allah SWT) performed during Eid

Students learn the importance of family ties, kinship, community and mercy and that these are all strengthened on Eid

Students explore preparing for Eid al- Fitr

Students learn about Zakat al Fitr

Lesson 7

Let’s Celebrate Eid!

Students review their Eid experiences and artistically express their understanding

Students reflect on their Eid experiences and artistically express their understanding

Students reflect on their Eid experiences and celebrate their Ramadan achievements

Students reflect on their Eid experiences and celebrate their Ramadan achievements

Lesson 8

Keeping the Spirit of Ramadan Alive All Year!

Students review the meaning of Taqwa (being God Conscious) and Iman (faith).

Students learn Iman and Taqwa helps to keep lessons learnt in Ramadan in practice.

Students explore benefits of maintaining lessons learnt in Ramadan and maintaining their Taqwa and Iman

Students explore strategies for maintaining Taqwa and Iman, including taking pride in their Australian Muslim identity and history

Students extend on their strategies for maintaining Taqwa and Iman throughout their lives, including taking pride in their Australian Muslim identity and history.

Lesson 9

Learning About Allah SWT

Students recall previous knowledge developed about Allah SWT

Students understand learning about Allah SWT and what He loves brings us closer to Him

Students learn one or two of Allah SWT’s 99 Names, particularly Al Rahman, Al Raheem

Students deepen their understanding of Allah and what Allah SWT loves by learning some of Allah’s SWT’s additional attributes/ Names

Students understand knowing Allah’s attributes helps guide us in our actions and everyday lives

Students learn how to apply of Allah SWT’s Names in their prayers and Dua

Lesson 10

Revision

Students review content learnt throughout the term about the blessed month of Ramadan and applying positive behaviours and strategies in their lives

Students review content learnt throughout the term about the blessed month of Ramadan and applying positive behaviours and strategies in their lives

Students review content learnt throughout the term about the blessed month of Ramadan and applying positive behaviours and strategies in their lives

Students review content learnt throughout the term about the blessed month of Ramadan and applying positive behaviours and strategies in their lives



Term 3

Exploring Hajj and Special times

Lesson

Early Stage 1

Stage 1

Stage 2

Stage 3

Lesson 1

The First 10 Days Dhul Hujjah

Students review understanding of the Islamic calendar

Students learn about the Islamic month of Dhul Hujjah and that Hajj and Eid Al Adha occur during this month

Students learn that the first 10 days of this month are the best days of the year to do good deeds

Student explore the significance of Dhul Hujjah, including the Quranic Ayah (verse) describing it.

Students explore good deeds to practice this during these 10 days, including fasting.

Students describe strategies for implementing good deeds during these 10 Days

Lesson 2

Hajj background and lessons from Ibrahim AS and Hajar

Students recap general aspects of Hajj learnt in Term 1

Students learn that the Kabbah and Hajj have historical origins

Students recap benefits of Hajj

Students learn some Hajj rituals were derived from the stories of Hajjar, Ismael, and Ibrahim (AS)

Students learn some lessons learnt for these stories

Students extend understanding of Hajj

Students explore Hajj rituals that were derived from the stories of Hajjar, Ismael, and Ibrahim (AS) and some lessons learnt

Students explore the importance of Hajj as an act of worship

Lesson 3

Hajj and the Day of Arafah

Students learn about the importance of Arafah

Students learn about the importance of Dua on the Day of Arafah

Students practice making Dua (supplication)

Students learn about the importance of fasting the 9th of Dhul Hujjah

Lesson 4

What is Eid Al Adha?

Students learn about Eid al Adha and giving up something to get closer to Allah SWT

Students reflect on the similarities and differences between Eid Al Adha and Eid al Fitr

Students learn the story of Ismael and Ibrahim (AS) and extend their understanding of Tawakal (trust in Allah SWT)

Students explore the requirement of Qurban (to give up something you love to get closer to Allah SWT)

Lesson 5

Celebrating Eid

Students review their Eid experiences and artistically express their understanding

Students reflect on their Eid experiences and artistically express their understanding

Students reflect on their Eid experiences and artistically express their understanding

Students reflect on their Eid experiences and their achievements during Dhul Hujjah and artistically express their understanding

Guidance through the Stories of the Prophets

Lesson 6

Prophets and Messengers

Lessons from Muhammad SAW

Students learn the role and character of all Prophets/Messengers

Students are introduced to the best and last Prophet, Muhamad SAW

Students learn that we use the Qur’an and Ahadith (narrations) to learn about the Prophets

Students learn that in order to draw near to Allah SWT we are required to copy the character and practices of Prophet Muhammad SAW

Students learn some lessons learnt from the Prophet Muhammad SAW

Students discuss strategies for implementing lessons from the Prophet SAW’s, his practices and characteristics.

Lesson 7

Lessons from Adam AS

Students are introduced to Adam AS and Hawa and the unity of humankind.

Students learn about the first conversation between Adam and Allah SWT and that Allah SWT loves His creation

Students explore some of the lessons learnt from the story of Adam AS, including the dangers of jealousy and that we all make mistakes, but that Allah SWT is All Forgiving

Students learn the Importance of Istigfar (repentance)

Lesson 8

Lessons from Yunus AS

Students learn about Yunus AS and the story of the whale.

Students explore the lessons learnt from the story of Yunus AS, including that we all make mistakes and get angry, but that Allah is the All Hearing of our Dua, the All Forgiving.

Students extend their understanding of the story of Yunas and that Allah is All Generous (Al Kareem)

Students reflect on the consequences of anger and impatience in their everyday lives

Students learn the Dua of Yunus AS

Lesson 9

Lessons from Musa AS

Students learn who Musa AS was and how Musa was a good helper to his community

Students learn even courageous Prophets asked Allah SWT for help, as did Musa with his Dua

Students learn one of the courageous stories of Musa AS and that everyone needs Allah for help.

Students learn the importance of standing against bullies.

Students understand Musa AS’s Dua

Students extend their knowledge of the story of Musa and the importance of seeking Allah’s help through Dua

Students reflect on implementing lessons learnt from Musa (AS) in our everyday lives

Lesson 10

Revision

Students reflect on learning gained this term

Students reflect on learning gained this term

Students reflect on learning gained this term

Students reflect on learning gained this term


Term 4

Iman in Action

Lesson

Early Stage 1

Stage 1

Stage 2

Stage 3

Lesson 1

Intro to Iman

Students recap 5 Pillars of Islam and learn that there are 6 Pillars of Faith (Iman)

Students understand that beliefs are ideas we think are true and correct

Students learn that faith means to believe in somethings that are unseen.

Students are able to identify the Six Pillars of Iman.

Students learn that beliefs are linked to actions

Students are introduced to Surat Al Asr (Chapter 103, Qur’an) and that belief must be accompanied by good deeds to be successful

Students understand that of Iman impacts our everyday lives and actions

Students learn that Iman increases and decreases

Lesson 2

Belief in Allah

Students recap understanding that Allah SWT is One and that believing in this makes us Muslim

Students are introduced to Surat Al Ikhlas (Chapter 112, Qur’an).

Students expand on their understanding of the oneness of Allah SWT (Tawheed)

Students identify some more of Allah SWT’s attributes (e.g. The One, The Only, The Truth/The Real)

Students understand Tawheed is the central core of our religion and this belief impacts on our actions

Students understand that Allah is The Unique, The Alone, The Perfect, and the Master whom everything depends totally upon, The One Who has no Partner in His Lordship.

Students learn that we demonstrate our understanding of Allah in our actions and everyday lives.

Students learn that Ayat al Kursi (Verse 222: Chapter 2) teaches us about Allah SWT

Lesson 3

Belief in Angels

Students are introduced to the concept of Angels in Islam

Students understand that Angels have special roles

Students learn about some Angels and their names

Students expand their consciousness of Angels in their everyday lives

Students understand that the belief in Angels enhances their character

Lesson 4

Belief in the Books

Students are introduced to the belief that Allah SWT sent books to help guide people

Students learn that our book, the Qur’an, is the final Book and unchanged word of Allah SWT.

Students learn the names of the books and the Prophets that brought each book

Students understand that the Qur’an and the originals of other books came with the same message

Students extend their understanding of the Qur’an, the final book of Allah SWT.

Lesson 5

Belief in the Messengers

Students recap what a Messenger is and that all messengers came with the same message, to believe in Allah SWT

Students understand that all Messengers were Muslim

Students learn some names of Messengers mentioned in the Qur’an

Students understand that Messengers had the strongest Iman, best character and trust in Allah SWT

Students learn that we implement lessons learnt from Prophets in our everyday lives

Lesson 6

Belief in the Day of Judgement and in Destiny

Students learn this is the Day that our good and bad deeds are counted, and the Day we receive our records/ books

Students learn the definition of Qadr (Destiny)

Students learn about how actions are weighed and how important character is on this Day

Students learn the definition of Qadr (Destiny)

Students learn not to belittle any good or bad deed.

Students learn the definition of Qadr (Destiny) and that things will happen in accordance with Allah SWT’s Will and Plan.

Students learn words of praise which will benefit them on the day of Judgement in English and Arabic.

Students learn the definition of Qadr (Destiny) and that things will happen in accordance with Allah’s Will and Plan.

Students learn a Dua to keep them steadfast in religion, in English and Arabic.

Lesson 7

Revision

Students reflect on and celebrate learning gained this year

Students reflect on and celebrate learning gained this year

Students reflect on and celebrate learning gained this year

Students reflect on and celebrate learning gained this year

The Curriculum is reviewed every 5 years.