Scope (Year 7 – Year 12)

ISRE Scope and Sequence (Year 7 – Year 12) – 2019

Terms Term 1 Term 2 Term 3 Term 4
Topics Back to Basics-

Pillars of Islam and Faith
Ramadan Kareem-

The Blessed Month
Guidance through the Stories of the Prophets Heroes and Heroines of Islam
Lesson Overviews Lesson 1- Testimony of Faith
Lesson 2- Prayer
Lesson 3- Charity
Lesson 4- Fasting
Lesson 5- Pilgrimage
Lesson 6- Six Pillars of Iman
Lesson 1- What is Ramadan?
Lesson 2- What we need to know about Ramadan?
Lesson 3- Benefits of Fasting
Lesson 4- Dua
Lesson 5- Hygiene, behaviour and table manners
Lesson 6- Actions, secret deeds and charity
Lesson 7- Last ten nights
Lesson 8- Let’s celebrate Eid!
Lesson 9- How to keep the spirit of Ramadan alive all year?
Lesson 10- Revision
Lesson 1- Adam AS and Hawa AS
Lesson 2- Noah AS
Lesson 3- Ibrahim AS, Ismael AS and Hajar AS
Lesson 4- Musa AS and Assyah AS
Lesson 5- Saleh AS
Lesson 6- Sulayman AS
Lesson 7- Yunus AS
Lesson 8- Issa AS and Maryam AS
Lesson 9- Muhammad SAAW
Lesson 10- Revision
Lesson 1- The Wisdom of A’isha RAA
Lesson 2- The Modesty of Uthman ibn Affan RAA
Lesson 3- The Honourable Bilal ibn Rabbah RAA
Lesson 4- The Courage and Kindness of Umar ibn Al-Khattab RAA
Lesson 5- Truthfulness of the Prophet Muhammad PBUH
Lesson 6- Sacrifice and Bravery of Ali ibn Abi Talib RAA
Lesson 7- Revision

 

Lesson: Back to Basics-Pillars of Islam and Faith
TERM 1 Stage 4 Stage 5 Stage 6
Lesson 1:
Testimony of Faith:
First Pillar of Islam
Students learn that Allah SWT is the Creator. Who is Allah SWT and Muhammad PBUH? Students learn that the Shahada (Testimony of Faith) is the foundation and the first pillar of Islam. Students will understand the second part of Shahada “Muhammad Rasul Allah”: recognising that Muhammad was the final Prophet sent to mankind from Allah SWT. Students learn who Allah SWT and Muhammad PBUH are. Students learn that Allah SWT is All-Seeing and All-Knowing. Students learn that the Shahada (Testimony of Faith) is the foundation and the first pillar of Islam. Students will understand the second part of Shahada “Muhammad Rasul Allah”: recognising that Muhammad was the final Prophet sent to mankind from Allah SWT. Students learn about Allah SWT and Muhammad PBUH. Students learn that the Shahada (Testimony of Faith) is the foundation and the first pillar of Islam. Students learn that Allah SWT is the Creator. Students are to learn that the purpose of our creation is to worship Allah alone. Students will recognise that Islam is built on Tawheed, the oneness of Allah. Students will understand the second part of Shahada “Muhammad Rasul Allah”: recognising that Muhammad was the final Prophet sent to mankind from Allah SWT.
Lesson 2: Prayer
Second Pillar Islam
Students learn that the second Pillar of Islam is Prayer. Students learn why Muslims pray. Students understand what prayer is, and its significance. Students will learn the importance of prayer on a day-to-day basis. Students learn that prayer is a means of seeking help, expressing our gratitude, love and thanks to Allah SWT. Students will learn the importance of prayer. Students are to understand how Prophet Muhammad PBUH received the revelation of prayer. Students understand how the Prophet Muhammad PBUH received the revelation of prayer. Students learn that prayer is a means of seeking help and self-purification and a way of expressing our gratitude, love and thanks to Allah. Students will understand that prayer is an obligation upon all Muslims and is a form of communication with Allah SWT.
Lesson 3:
Third Pillar of Islam
Students Learn that Charity/ Zakat is the third Pillar of Islam. Students understand the meaning of charity. Students learn and are encouraged to practice various actions which are Charity. Students Learn that Charity/ Zakat is the third Pillar of Islam. Students are introduced to the concept of Thikr (remembrance of Allah) as a form of charity. Students are introduced to the concept of Dua (Supplication to Allah) as a form of charity. Students Learn that Charity/ Zakat is the third Pillar of Islam. Students are introduced to the concept of Thikr (remembrance of Allah) as a form of charity. Students are introduced to the concept of Dua (Supplication to Allah) as a form of charity. Students are encouraged to spend the money gathered, in beneficial ways as a means of charity. Students learn the meaning of zakat and the significance of fulfilling this obligation for society.
Lesson 4:
The fourth Pillar of Islam.
Students learn Ramadan is the fourth pillar of Islam. Students understand the meaning of fasting the Month of Ramadan. Students are to explore the benefits of fasting. Students will learn Dua, when breaking the fast. Students learn Ramadan is the fourth pillar of Islam. Students explore the significance of Ramadan, learning how and why we should fast. Students will learn Dua, when breaking the fast. Students will develop an understanding of what fasting is. Students are to explore the benefits of fasting on the human body in relation to the heart. Students learn Ramadan is the fourth pillar of Islam. Students are to explore the benefits of fasting on the human body in relation to the heart. Students explore the significance of Ramadan, learning both how and why we should fast.
Students learn the etiquettes of Ramadan. Students will learn Dua, when breaking the fast. They will also gain insight into the month of Ramadan and reasons why this is a holy month in the Islamic calendar.
Lesson 5:
The fifth Pillar of Islam
Students learn that Pilgrimage/ Hajj is the fifth Pillar of Islam. Students are introduced to the meaning of Hajj. Students learn about the story of Hajar RAA and its link to Hajj Students will touch on the destination and purpose of this pillar in Islam. Students learn that Pilgrimage/ Hajj is the fifth Pillar of Islam. Students explore the significance of Hajj. Students will touch on the destination and purpose of this pillar in Islam. Students learn about the story of Hajar RAA and its link to Hajj. Students will learn about Hajj, its obligations, and benefits Students learn about the story of Hajar RAA and its link to Hajj. Students will explore the History of Mecca and Medina and appreciate the significance of these places as well as this event. Students will be able to understand the virtues and benefits of fulfilling this pillar of Islam.
Lesson 6:
Six Pillars of Iman
Students are introduced to the six pillars of Iman. Students understand how Iman practically can change our lives. Students learn how Iman impacts their life. Students learn the six pillars of Iman and understand what they entail. Students are introduced to the six pillars of Iman. Students will learn the six pillars of Iman, and revise them accordingly. Students will understand the significance of the six pillars of Iman in their belief as Muslims. Students will reflect upon their own understanding of the six pillars of Iman. Students are introduced to the six pillars of Iman. Students will learn the six pillars of Iman, and revise them accordingly. Students understand how Iman practically can change our lives. Students will understand the significance of the six pillars of Iman in their belief as Muslims. Students will reflect upon their learning with relation to the concept of Iman.

 

Ramadan Kareem- The Blessed Month
TERM 1 Stage 4 Stage 5 Stage 6
Lesson 1:
What is Ramadan?
Students learn to explore the significance of Ramadan. Students explore why Muslims should fast. Students learn the story of revelation. Students learn the story of revelation. Students recognise the importance of preparing for Ramadan. Students explore why Muslims should fast. Students learn to explore the significance of Ramadan. Students explore why Muslims should fast. Students will understand the fundamentals of fasting during Ramadan. Students recognise the importance of preparing for Ramadan.
Lesson 2:
What we need to know about Ramadan?
Students explore Ramadan and fasting. Students will understand the significance of Ramadan in their own lives. Students learns the reasons why Muslims fast and its importance. Students learn about the pillars of fasting. Students explore who is required to fast. Students learn about the pillars of fasting. Students will understand the significance of Ramadan in their own lives. Students will contribute positively to discussion by sharing their personal experiences.
Lesson 3:
Benefits of Fasting
Students explore the benefits of fasting on the human body. Students explore the concept of healthy eating use the five food groups. Students understand the importance of fitness during Ramadan. Students are encouraged to modify their lifestyle to incorporate healthy habits.
Lesson 4:
Dua
Students are to learn why we need and make dua. Students are to learn the power of dua. Students are to learn why we make dua. Students learn the importance of dua. Students are to learn why we need and make dua. Students are to learn the power of dua. Students are to learn about the merits of dua.
Lesson 5
Hygiene, behaviour, and table manners
Students learn the importance hygiene, behaviour, and table manners Students learn about ritual washing, keeping body and clothes clean. Students go through the etiquette of table manners as taught by our Prophet Muhammad (PBUH). Students are to learn what eating in moderation means.
Lesson 6:
Actions, secret deeds and charity
Students are encouraged to control the actions of various body parts and to do well. Students are to learn and appreciate the immense rewards and benefits Allah SWT bestows upon those who give in charity. Students learn that charity is a very important act of worship that is greatly encouraged in Ramadan. Students are to learn and appreciate that Ramadan is the month when they rekindle and develop a close relationship with Allah SWT. Students are to learn and appreciate the immense rewards and benefits Allah SWT bestows upon those who give in charity. Students are to learn and appreciate that Ramadan is the month when they rekindle and develop a close relationship with Allah SWT. Students are to learn the conditions of repentance in this lesson. Students will be able to understand the meaning of Charity and the significance of fulfilling this obligation for society.
Lesson 7:
Last ten nights
Students learn the importance of the last ten nights in Ramadan. Students learn the surah Al Qadr and its English meanings Students learn the importance of the last ten nights in Ramadan. Students learn the surah Al Qadr and its English meanings. Students learn the dua to be said during the last ten nights of Ramadan. Students learn the importance of the last ten nights in Ramadan. Students learn the surah Al Qadr and its English meanings. Students learn the dua to be said during the last ten nights of Ramadan. Students learn to obtain the most benefits out of these last ten nights and especially this special Night of Decree.
Lesson 8:
Let’s celebrate Eid!
Students are encouraged to reflect and celebrate their end of Ramadan with Eid. Students reflect on the month of Ramadan and celebrate their excellent achievements during the blessed month. Students learn how to conduct and live their lives according to the Prophet Muhammad PBUH. Students are encouraged to reflect and celebrate their end of Ramadan with Eid. Students reflect on the month of Ramadan and celebrate their excellent achievements during the blessed month. Students learn how to conduct and live their lives according to the Prophet Muhammad PBUH. Students are encouraged to reflect and celebrate their end of Ramadan with Eid. Students reflect on the month of Ramadan and celebrate their excellent achievements during the blessed month. Students learn how to conduct and live their lives according to the Prophet Muhammad PBUH.
Lesson 9:
How to keep the spirit of Ramadan alive all year?
Students learn how to keep the spirit of Ramadan alive all year. Students are to learn about the significance fasting six days of Shawwal (the month following Ramadan), and why this is important. Students learn practical advice on how to keep the spirit of Ramadan alive all year. Students are to learn about the significance fasting six days of Shawwal (the month following Ramadan), and why this is important. Students learn way the companions kept the spirit of Ramadan alive throughout the year. Students are to learn about the significance fasting six days of Shawwal (the month following Ramadan), and why this is important.
Lesson 10:
Revision
Students revise over content taught throughout the term about the blessed month of Ramadan. Students revise over content taught throughout the term about the blessed month of Ramadan. Students revise over content taught throughout the term about the blessed month of Ramadan. Students revise over content taught throughout the term about the blessed month of Ramadan. Students revise over content taught throughout the term about the blessed month of Ramadan.

 

Guidance through the Stories of the Prophets
TERM 1 Stage 4 Stage 5 Stage 6
Lesson 1:
Adam AS and Hawa AS
Students are introduced to Adam AS and Hawa AS. Students are introduced to Adam AS and Hawa AS. Students are to learn that as humans we have the freedom of will to obey or disobey Allah SWT, however there are consequences resulting from each. Students learn that as humans we have the freedom of will to obey or disobey Allah SWT, however there are consequences resulting from each. Students are to learn the importance of istigfar (repentance) especially when disobeying Allah SWT.
Lesson 2:
Noah AS
Students are introduced to Noah AS. Students are to acknowledge shirk as being the greatest sin. Students learn the story of Noah AS and the Ark. Students are to acknowledge shirk as being the greatest sin. Students are to learn that only one’s action benefit a person and thus they should strive to give thanks to Allah daily for all the blessings bestowed upon us. Students are to learn that only one’s action benefit a person and thus they should strive to give thanks to Allah daily for all the blessings bestowed upon us. Students are to acknowledge shirk as being the greatest sin.
Lesson 3:
Ibrahim AS, Ismael AS and Hajar AS
Students are to learn that having a good relationship with parents can lead to Allah’s pleasure. Students are to learn regardless of one’s age, one should strive to attain Allah’s pleasure and call others to this path and way of life. Students learn that regardless of one’s age, one should strive to attain Allah’s pleasure and call others to this path and way of life. Students are to learn regardless of one’s age, one should strive to attain Allah’s pleasure and call others to this path and way of life. Students learn the importance of relying and turning to Allah SWT to achieve true happiness. Students learn if we truly relied on Allah, then He will send help and relief from places we least expect. Students are to learn that one’s outlook on life and one’s happiness is determined by having a strong relationship and a connection with Allah SWT.
Lesson 4:
Musa AS and Assyah AS
Students learn the story of Musa AS and the importance of helping others. Students are to understand that Allah SWT is the ultimate protector and helper. Students understand that Allah is the ultimate protector and helper, and none can prevent His Will. Students appreciate steadfastness & firmness as positive characteristics to possess and strive to attain this characteristic. Students learn the importance of seeking forgiveness from Allah, even if we’ve committed a sin unintentionally or unknowingly. Students are to learn about the importance of having hayaa. Students learn that if we are doing the right thing that Allah has commanded us to do, then we should be strong and firm and not worry about what others will say. Students understand and learn that as Muslims we should make the most out of time as we do not know when our time of departure will be from this life.
Lesson 5:
Saleh AS
Students are introduced to Saleh AS. Students will learn Allah SWT is the Most Forgiving and the Most Merciful. Students understand that Allah spreads his blessings over whomsoever he wishes. Allah SWT is the Most Forgiving and the Most Merciful. Students understand that when Allah says to something ‘be’, it is. Students understand that Allah is the Most Forgiving and Most Merciful and that He is severe in punishment.
Lesson 6:
Sulayman AS
Students are introduced to Sulayman AS. Students learn Allah has blessed us with many blessings as Muslims we need to always remember this and thank Allah for everything. Students learn the story of Prophet Sulayman (AS). Allah has blessed us with many blessings as Muslims we need to always remember this and thank Allah for everything. Students are to study the story of Prophet Sulayman AS. Students understand whatever blessing bestowed upon us is from Allah SWT and we should be grateful and thankful for these blessings. Students are to learn about the power of Allah through the story of Prophet Sulayman (AS).
Lesson 7:
Yunus AS
Students are introduced to Yunus AS. Students learn about the life, message and significant events of Yunus AS. Students identify that Prophet Yunus (AS) was sent to his people to deliver the message of Tawheed (Oneness of Allah). Students will reflect on consequences of anger and impatience with reference to the story of Yunus AS and the lessons learnt.
Lesson 8:
Issa AS and Maryam RA
Students are introduced to Issa AS and Maryam RA. Students are to explore and appreciate the character Maryam RA. Students learn about the life, message and significant events of Issa AS. Students are to explore and appreciate the character and traits of Mariam RA in order to apply these in their own lives. Students are to acknowledge that Allah SWT alone is to be worshipped with no other partners or associates. Students learn the various miracles of Issa AS and Maryam RA.
Lesson 9:
Muhammad PBUH
Students learn about Prophet Muhammad PBUH. Students learn stories the Prophet Muhammad PBUH. Students learn that in order to draw near to Allah SWT we are required to follow the practice of Prophet Muhammad PBUH. Students learn stories the Prophet Muhammad PBUH. Students learn that Prophet Muhammad SAW was sent as a teacher to the people to teach them how to be good, have good character and to be kind and caring. Students learn stories from the Seerah about the kindness of the Prophet Muhammad SAW to others including slaves, relatives, neighbours, orphans, guests and non-Muslims.
Lesson 10:
Revision
Students revise the various Prophets introduced throughout the term Students revise the qualities the Prophets learnt throughout the term Students revise the stories of the Prophets learnt throughout the term. Students revise the character traits of the Prophets learnt throughout the term.

 

Heroes and Heroines of Islam
TERM 1 Stage 4 Stage 5 Stage 6
Lesson 1:
The Wisdom of A’ishaa RAA bint Abu Bakr RAA
Students are introduced to Aisha RAA as a role model for seeking knowledge. Students learn the importance of truthfulness. Students begin to understand the need for knowledge in this world and in faith. Students are introduced to Aisha RAA as a role model for seeking knowledge. Students understand that knowledge is an important part of being a Muslim and isn’t limited to anyone. Students comprehend that a strong Muslim is more beloved to Allah SWT than a weak Muslim, strength is not just in body but strength lies in knowledge and mind.
Lesson 2:
The Modesty of Uthamn ibn Affan RA
Students are introduced to Uthman RA as a role model for generosity. Students begin to understand the need to be generous in their everyday lives. Students understand that generosity is an important part of being a Muslim and isn’t limited to anyone. Students comprehend that a Muslim is generous without the need to be recognised by other people, but rather do these actions for the sake of Allah SWT.
Lesson 3:
The Honourable Bilal ibn Rabbah RAA
Students are introduced to Bilal RA as a having rue faith in the Oneness of Allah (tawhid) and love for the Messenger SAW. Students begin to understand the story of the first Adhan and the translation of it. Students understand what to do when they hear the Adhan. Students understand that regardless of your background, status, gender or race, Allah SWT will only honour and elevate you based on your belief, Taqwa, and good deeds. Students comprehend the actions of a Muslim in displaying honourable behaviour regardless of the hardships they may face.
Lesson 4:
The Courage and Kindness of Umar ibn Al-Khattab RAA
Students are introduced to Umar RA as a role model for courage and kindness. Students are to understand that doing the right thing takes courage. Students begin to understand the need for demonstrating kindness in their interactions with others. Students learn that kindness should be shown to the whole humanity. Students understand that courage is an important part of being a Muslim and comes from doing the right thing. Students comprehend that kindness should be shown to the whole community and as Muslims we should always be aware of those in need.
Lesson 5:
Truthfulness of the Prophet Muhammad PBUH
Students are introduced to Muhammad PBUH, as a role model for truthfulness. The aim of this lesson is for students to understand the importance of being true and honest in all aspects of their everyday lives. Students begin to understand the need for being true and honest in all aspects of their everyday lives. Students are taught the Prophet Muhammad PBUH is our role model. Students understand that truthfulness is an important part of being a Muslim Students comprehend that the Prophet Muhammad PBUH emphasised on honesty and trust in regards to one’s character.
Lesson 6:
Sacrifice and bravery of Ali ibn Abi Talib ibn Abdul al Muttalib RAA
Students are introduced to Ali RA as a role model for sacrifice and bravery. Students are to understand any form of bullying is un-Islamic. Students begin to understand the benefits of bravery. Students learn about Ali RAA’s love for the Prophet PBUH. Students are to understand any form of bullying is un-Islamic. Students understand that bravery is an important part of being a Muslim. Students comprehend that a strong Muslim is one who is brave in always following the way of the Prophet PBUH. Students are to understand any form of bullying is un-Islamic.
Lesson 7:
Revision
Students revise the importance of truthfulness, courage, respect, sacrifice, seeking knowledge, and patience. Students revise the qualities of a Muslim’s character Students revise the benefits of truthfulness, courage, respect, sacrifice, seeking knowledge, and patience. Students revise the character traits of heroes and heroines of Islam.