Scope (Kindy – Year 6)

Terms

Term 1 (28/1 – 8/4)

Term 2 (26/4 – 1/7)

Term 3 (18/7 – 23/9)

Term 4 (10/10 – 20/12)

Topics

Back to Basics-

The Five Pillars

The Promises of Allah SWT

Guidance through Stories of Islam

The Muslim Mindset

Lesson Overviews

Lesson 1 Welcome to Scripture

Lesson 2 Shahada Part 1

Lesson 3 Shahada Part 2

Lesson 4: Pillar 2, Salah

Lesson 5 Pillar 3, Zakat

Lesson 6 Pillar 4, Sawm Ramadan

Lesson 7 Pillar 5, Hajj & Revision

Lesson 1 Last 10 Nights & Eid

Lesson 2 Celebrating Eid

Lesson 3 Keeping the Spirit of Ramadan Alive

Lesson 4 “Remember Me, I will remember you… (Quran 2:152)

Lesson 5 “…Call on Me, I will answer you…” (Quran 40:60).

Lesson 6 “…Those who believe and do good…” (5:9)

Lesson 7 – “Truly where there is hardship, there is also ease.” (Quran 94:6)

Lesson 8 – “…If you are grateful, I will increase you.” (Quran 14:7)

Lesson 9 “Is there reward for good except good?” (Quran 55:60).

Lesson 10 Revision & Eid Al Adha.

Lesson 1 Prophet Adam AS

Lesson 2 Prophet Nuh AS

Lesson 3 Prophet Saleh AS

Lesson 4 Prophet Ibrahim AS

Lesson 5 Prophet Musa AS

Lesson 6 Mariam AS

Lesson 7 Prophet Issa AS

Lesson 8 Khadija RA

Lesson 9 Prophet Muhammad SAW

Lesson 10 Revision

Lesson 1 Sincerity

Lesson 2 Being Humble

Lesson 3 Optimism & Thinking Positively

Lesson 4 – Empathy & Kindness

Lesson 5 Managing Emotions

Lesson 6 – Resilience & Patience,

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 terms (Allah, Islam, Muslim). Students are introduced to the Muslim greeting in Arabic and English. Students develop understanding of the purpose of scripture Students develop their understanding of key terms (Allah, Islam, Muslim, Alhamdulilah, good deeds). Students understand the Muslim greeting in Arabic and English. Students understand the significance of attending scripture Students extend understanding of key terms (including, Allah, Islam, Muslim, Alhamdulilah, good deeds, rewards/ hasanat). Students understand the Muslim greeting in English and Arabic and practice responding to the Muslim greeting. Students extend understanding of the significance of attending scripture Students demonstrate understanding of key terms (including Allah, Islam, Muslim, Alhamdulilah, good deeds, rewards/ hasanat). Students develop understanding, fluency and confidence saying and responding to the Muslim greeting.
Lesson 2 Shahada, (Pillar 1, Part 1). Students learn that there are Five Pillars of Islam (things a Muslim must do) and are introduced to the initial part of the first Pillar, belief in One God. Students understand that there are two critical parts to the First Pillar (the Shahada). Students can identify the first part of the first Pillar, belief in one God (Allah SWT). Students learn some attributes and Names of Allah SWT. Students learn that Muslims say Subhana wa Ta’ala, (SWT) to glorify Allah. Students extend understanding of the testimony of faith as the first Pillar of Islam and are introduced to the concept of Tawhid (belief in One God). Students develop understanding of the Attributes and Names of Allah SWT. Students practice saying Subhana wa Ta’ala, to glorify Allah when His Name is mentioned. Students understand the importance of the concept of Tawhid, for a Muslim. Students can identify some of the Attributes and Names of Allah SWT, including those in Surah al-Ikhlas (Quran 112).
Lesson 3 – Shahada (Pillar 1, Part 2). Students learn about the second part of the Shahada, that Muslims believe in Messengers and that the final Prophet and Messenger was Muhammad SAW. Students are introduced to the concept of Messengers and their purpose. Students learn that Messengers received special scriptures or Books to help guide people and that the Book Muhammad SAW received was the Quran. Students deepen understanding of the second part of the Shahada, and some characteristics of final Prophet, Muhammad SAW. Students extend understanding about the final Book sent to us through Muhammad SAW, the Qur’an and its purpose Students extend understanding of what a Prophet is and how important following the example of Prophet Muhammad SAW is for Muslims. Students practice saying both parts of the Shahada in English and Arabic. Students extend understanding Students can identify in Arabic and English both parts of the Shahada Students understand the importance, benefits and impact of belief (Pillar 1, the Shahada) for their lives.
Lesson 4 Salah (Pillar 2) Students learn about the second Pillar of Islam, Salah and some of the benefits of Prayer/ Salah for a Muslim Students understand the importance of Salah/ prayer and some of its requirements (e.g., to pray 5 times a day and are introduced to Wudu). Students are introduced to the story of Isra’wal Miraj (anniversary of which falls on 28/2/22) Students understand the names and times for Fard (compulsory) prayers and that there are requirements for prayer (e.g. Wudu, Qiblah, clean space, dress requirement). Students extend understanding of the importance of prayer for their lives and the benefits for themselves and others. Students understand there are types of prayers (compulsory / Fard)& recommended but optional (Sunnah/Naafil)
Lesson 5: Zakat (Pillar 3) Students learn the third Pillar of Islam is paying Zakat, a charity to help the needy. Students learn more about Zakat and some of the benefits of this Pillar. Students extend understanding of importance of this Pillar for themselves and others. Students can identify the first three Pillars of Islam. Students explore the benefits of enacting the Pillar of Zakat. Students can identify the first three Pillars of Islam, and some with their Arabic terms.
Lesson 6 Sawm Ramadan (Pillar 4) Students learn the fourth Pillar of Islam is fasting the month of Ramadan. Students are introduced to who fasts, when we fast and how we fast. Students learn the purpose and some benefits of fasting. Students extend understanding of the purpose and some of the benefits of fasting Ramadan. Students learn some of the good deeds to be doing during Ramadan, particularly the reciting of Quran. Students extend understanding of good deeds to be practising in Ramadan and actions to avoid. Students learn about some of the impacts of Ramadan around the world.
Lesson 7 Hajj (Pillar 5) and Ramadan Preparation Students are introduced to Hajj, the fifth Pillar of Islam. Students recall Ramadan as the 4th Pillar Muslims and learning this term. Students deepen understanding about Hajj and some of its benefits. Students learn ways to prepare for Ramadan. Students review learning this term. Students reflect of importance of Hajj for Muslims and how it incorporates many acts of worship. Students develop understanding of who fasts, how and why we fast, and special Ramadan prayers and explore some Ramadan goals. Students review term learning. Students reflect on lessons gained by undertaking Hajj and set a goal to one day attend Hajj. Students understand some of the recommended practices around Ramadan and set some goals to prepare for and practice in Ramadan. Students review term learning

TERM 2
The Promises of Allah SWT
Lesson Early Stage 1 Stage 1 Stage 2 Stage 3
Lesson 1 The Last 10 Nights and Eid Students learn the importance of the Last 10 nights of Ramadan and Laylat al Qadr (the Night of Power/ Decree). Students understand important acts of worship and good deeds in Ramadan and explore examples of these. Students learn what Dua (supplication) is. Students practice making Dua together. Students learn about Eid al-Fitr. Students develop understanding of the importance of the Last 10 Days and Layat al Qadr and good deeds to do during this time. Students learn the importance of Dua. Students practice making Dua. Students learn what Eid al-Fitr is and how to prepare for it. Students identify on acts of worship and good deeds they can practice in and out of Ramadan. Students extend understanding of good deeds to do during the last 10 Days and Laylat al Qadr. Students practice making Dua, including the recommended Dua for Laylat al Qadr. Students reflect on acts of worship and good deeds to practice in Ramadan and the benefits these would have for their lives and others outside of Ramadan. Students learn the importance of the Eid prayer and learn some etiquettes of Eid al-Fitr. Students extend understanding of Dua to be said during the last ten nights of Ramadan. Students are introduced to Surat (chapter) Al Qadr (Night of Power) (87, Qur’an) and its English meaning Students understand the importance of Eid prayer and etiquettes of Eid al-Fitr. Students learn about Zakat al-Fitr.
Lesson 2 Celebrating Eid. Students review their Eid al-Fitr experiences. Students review their Eid al-Fitr experiences. Students reflect on their Eid al-Fitr experiences. Students reflect on their Eid al-Fitr experiences.
Lesson 3 Keeping the Spirit of Ramadan Alive. Students understand that a Muslims good behaviour should not be limited to Ramadan. Students reflect on the month of Ramadan and celebrate their achievements during the blessed month. Students learn to make Dua that their Ramadan was accepted Students reflect on their Ramadan achievements and good deeds they would like to continue or start in order to ensure benefits acquired during Ramadan continue. Students explore small, good deeds they can continue after Ramadan. Students practice making Dua that their Ramadan was accepted. Students learn some of the signs of an accepted Ramadan is continued good deeds and that Iman increases and decreases according to good or bad deeds performed. Students learn the benefits of fasting 6 Days of Shawwal. Students identify a small, good deed they wish to continue. Students practice making Dua that their Ramadan was accepted as was the practice of the Sahaba. Students practice making Dua to keep them steadfast. Students understand that they should continue their good deeds after Ramadan and that Islam is a way of living which influences their behaviour, words and thoughts all year around. Students identify a small, good deed they can continue to do regularly and explore how it would benefit them & others. Students practice and develop confidence in making Dua.
Lesson 4 “…Remember Me, I will remember you…” (Quran 2:152). Students learn that Allah SWT makes us promises in the Quran. Students understand they have a relationship with Allah SWT. Students learn the benefits of their relationship with Allah SWT. Students understand importance of remembering Allah SWT in their everyday lives. Students learn some tools for remembering Allah SWT. Students become familiar with the Quranic verse and its context. Students become familiar with the verse in Arabic and English. Students can reflect on times and ways they can remember Allah SWT and the benefits this can have in their lives.
Lesson 5; “…Call on Me, and I will respond…” (Quran 40:60). Students learn Dua and that Allah promises He will answer our Dua. Students understand Dua and that Allah promises He will answer our Dua. Students practice making a Dua. Students become familiar with the Quranic verse and its context. Students learn the best ways and etiquette of making Dua. Students learn some of the benefits of making Dua. Students learn the ways in which Allah SWT responds to Dua. Students become familiar with the verse in Arabic and English. Students understand importance of calling on Allah SWT for any need and reflect on ways this can influence their lives. Students understand the hadith “Every one of you will have his supplications answered as long as he is not impatient and does not say: I have supplicated but I was not answered.” (Bukhari).
Lesson 6: “…Those who believe and do good…” (Quran 5:9). Students learn that Allah SWT promises that those who believe in Him and do good deeds, will receive forgiveness and a great reward. Students learn that this promise should guide our everyday lives. Students learn that the two parts of this verse are both necessary to receive Allah SWT’s promise of forgiveness and reward – both belief and good deeds. Students become familiar with the Quranic verse and its context. Students understand importance of this ayah for their everyday lives and their Hereafter Students understand ways of “doing good.” Students understand the significance of this verse and the ultimate purpose of our lives. Students become familiar with the verse in Arabic and English. Students deepen understanding of the “belief” in Allah SWT and how Muslims must show belief though our actions and how this surmises a Muslims purpose of life. Students deepen understanding of what it means to have Allah SWT’s “forgiveness and great reward.”
Lesson 7 “Truly where there is hardship, there is also ease.” (Quran 94:6) Students learn to make Dua in hard times and that Allah can help with hard tasks. Students understand that with difficulties there are hidden blessings and goodness. That Muslims get rewarded for our effort, hard work and persistence. Students become familiar with the Quranic verse and its context. Students learn the kindness of Allah SWT with this promise and to put our trust in Him. Students reflect on the benefits of looking for the ease and relief in challenges. Students understand through struggles we can achieve closeness to Allah SWT. Students become familiar with the verse in Arabic and English.
Lesson 8: “…If you are grateful, I will increase you.” (Quran 14:7) Students learn what gratitude is and how we can show it to Allah SWT. Students learn that Allah SWT promises to give more blessings to those who are grateful. Students understand the word ‘Alhamdulilah.’ Students reflect on what they are grateful for. Students understand showing gratitude to others is also a way of showing gratitude to Allah SWT. Students become familiar with the Quranic verse and its context. Students explore some ways they can show gratitude in their everyday lives. Students learn some benefits of gratitude for their everyday lives and their Hereafter. Students become familiar with the verse in Arabic and English. Students broaden understanding of significance of gratitude for their everyday lives and those around them. Students understand the importance of “Shukr” / gratitude in Islam and the significance this can have for the way they live their lives.
Lesson 9: “Is there reward for good except good?” (Quran 55:60). Students learn that Allah SWT promises good (rewards) for any good that we do. Students explore what “good” means. Students learn about the rewards of good and the ultimate reward from Allah SWT. Students explore good deeds they can do in their everyday lives. Students learn the term “Ihsan” and its meanings. Students review understanding of term “hasnat.” Students become familiar with the Quranic verse and its context. Students deepen their understanding of the meaning of “Ihsan.” Students understand some benefits of doing good and striving for excellence for their everyday lives and the Hereafter. Students become familiar with the verse in Arabic and English. Students explore ways to practice good and excellence in their everyday lives. Students understand the significance of this verse for influencing the way they live their lives.
Lesson 10: Revision and Eid Al Adha Students learn about Eid al Adha and how to prepare for it. Students learn about Eid al Adha and how to prepare for it during the First 10 days of Dhul Hijjah. Students learn about Eid al Adha and how to prepare for it during the First 10 days of Dhul Hijjah. Students learn about Eid al Adha and how to prepare for it during the First 10 days of Dhul Hijjah.

Term 3
Guidance through Stories of Islam
Lesson Early Stage 1 Stage 1 Stage 2 Stage 3
Lesson 1 Prophet Adam AS Students reflect on Eid al-Adha experiences Students review what a Prophet is and characteristics of Prophets and Messengers in Islam. Students learn that the first Prophet and man was Adam AS. Students reflect on Eid al-Adha experiences Students understanding of role and characteristics of Prophets and Messengers. Students learn more details about this Prophet. Students reflect on Eid al-Adha experiences Students reflect on how Allah SWT wants the best for people and sends Prophets as guides for us. Students understand some lessons learnt from this Prophets’ story for their everyday lives. Students reflect on Eid al-Adha experiences Students reflect on characteristics of Prophets and can relate lessons learnt from the story of Adam AS to their everyday lives.
Lesson 2: Prophet Nuh AS Students are introduced to this Prophet. Students learn more details about this Prophet. Students understand some lessons learnt from this Prophets’ story for their everyday lives. Students can relate lessons learnt to their everyday lives.
Lesson 3 Prophet Saleh AS Students are introduced to this Prophet. Students learn more details about this Prophet. Students understand some lessons learnt from this Prophets’ story for their everyday lives. Students can relate lessons learnt to their everyday lives.
Lesson 4: Prophet Ibrahim AS Students are introduced to this Prophet. Students learn more details about this Prophet. Students understand some lessons learnt from this Prophets’ story for their everyday lives. Students can relate lessons learnt to their everyday lives.
Lesson 5 Prophet Musa AS Students are introduced to this Prophet. Students learn more details about this Prophet. Students understand some lessons learnt from this Prophets’ story for their everyday lives. Students can relate lessons learnt to their everyday lives
Lesson 6 Maryam AS Students are introduced to this Islamic figure and why she is important. Students learn more details about Maryam and some lessons Muslims learn from her story. Students understand lessons learnt from this story for their everyday lives. Students can relate lessons learnt to their everyday lives.
Lesson 7 Prophet Issa AS Students are introduced to this Prophet. Students learn more details about this Prophet. Students understand some lessons learnt from this Prophets’ story for their everyday lives. Students can relate lessons learnt to their everyday lives.
Lesson 8 Khadija RA Students learn about this important Islamic figure and why she is important. Students learn more details about Khadija RA and some lessons Muslims can learn from her story. Students understand lessons learnt from this story for their everyday lives. Students can relate lessons learnt to their everyday lives.
Lesson 9 Prophet Muhammad SAW Students are introduced to the last and final Prophet, Muhamad SAW. Students understand the importance and significance of this Prophet of Allah SWT. Students learn some lessons from the life of Prophet Muhamad SAW. Students can discuss lessons learnt from the life of Prophet Muhamad SAW story for their everyday lives. Students can relate lessons learnt to their everyday lives and their Hereafter.
Lesson 10 Revision Students reflect on lessons learnt throughout the term and strategies for implementing these lessons into their everyday lives. Students reflect on lessons learnt throughout the term and strategies for implementing these lessons into their everyday lives. Students reflect on lessons learnt throughout the term and strategies for implementing these lessons into their everyday lives. Students reflect on lessons learnt throughout the term and strategies for implementing these lessons into their everyday lives.

Term 4
The Muslim Mindset
Lesson Early Stage 1 Stage 1 Stage 2 Stage 3
Lesson 1 Sincerity Students learn what sincerity and Ikhlas (doing things with excellence and clear intentions) means. Students learn why they are important qualities for Muslims. Students learn about an Islamic figure who showed these qualities. Students extend understanding of sincerity and Ikhlas and their importance. Students learn some ways they practice sincerity and Ikhlas. Students learn about an Islamic figure who showed these qualities. Students explore ways to practice sincerity and Ikhlas and identify how it would benefit them. Students learn about an Islamic figure who showed these qualities. Students reflect on a way to practice sincerity and Ikhlas in their everyday lives and the benefits this could have for themselves and others. Students learn about an Islamic figure who showed these qualities.
Lesson 2 – Being Humble Students learn what being humble and humility mean and that these are important qualities for Muslims Students learn about an Islamic figure who showed these qualities. Students extend understanding of importance of being humble and that it is the opposite of arrogance. Students learn ways to be humble and about an Islamic figure who demonstrated humbleness. Students explore ways to be humble. Students learn about an Islamic figure who showed these qualities. Students understand ways being humble benefits them in their everyday lives. Students understand the importance of being humble for this world and the next. Students learn about an Islamic figure who showed these qualities. Students identify a practice of humility they would like to practice.
Lesson 3 Optimism and Thinking Positively Students learn the definitions of hopeful, positive thinking and how these are important ways Muslims think about Allah SWT (“Husn al-Dhun Billah”) and others. Students learn that the Prophet SAW was optimistic and learn about an example of him showing “Husn al-Dhun.” Students learn that “Husn al-Dhun” strengthens our connection with Allah SWT (Iman) and our trust (Tawakkul) in Him. Students learn “…thinking well about Allah is a part of excellent worship of Allah (Al-Tirmidhi) and that “Hoping for good is also an act of worship of Allah” (Al-Tirmidhi). Students learn- some of the many ways our Deen helps us stay positive and optimistic. Students understand that the Prophet SAW linked optimism with good and kind words. Students learn the importance of avoiding suspicion. Students learn about an Islamic figure who demonstrated optimism and Husn al-Dhun. Students develop their understanding of the importance of hope (“Amal”), optimism and positive thinking (Husn al- Dhun) and ways these benefit their everyday lives. Students understand how positivity and optimism can impact on others and the world around them.
Lesson 4 Empathy and Kindness Students learn what kindness means and that this is an importance for Muslims. Students learn examples of the Prophet SAW’s kindness. Students reflect on benefits the benefits of kindness for their lives. Students understand concepts of empathy and kindness and “Rahmah” ways they can show these in their everyday lives. Students understand the notion of community and Ummah and that Muslims should care for others. Students learn about an Islamic figure who showed these qualities. Students understand the benefits of these qualities and reflect on ways these can make a positive difference in society, locally and globally. Students learn about an Islamic figure who demonstrated these qualities.
Lesson 5 Managing Emotions Students understand that emotions are given to us by Allah SWT and can be used to help us. Students learn Islam teaches us ways to manage all emotions. Students learn some Islamic/ Prophetic strategies for managing emotions (i.e. worry and anger). Students learn about an Islamic figure who showed these qualities. Students understand there are appropriate and inappropriate ways to respond to strong emotions. Students develop understanding of some Islamic/ Prophetic strategies for managing strong emotions. Students learn about an Islamic figure who showed these qualities. Students understand that being mindful of Allah SWT helps us manage our emotions. Students extend understanding of strategies for managing strong emotions based on the Quran and teachings of the Prophets and learn about an example of an Islamic figure who demonstrated this. Students understand that appropriate/ inappropriate ways of managing their emotions have an impact on their lives and others around them. Students extend understanding of the impact of managing emotions and some strategies for managing strong emotions based on the Quran and teachings of the Prophets and learn about an example of an Islamic figure who demonstrated this. Students understand the Prophetic teaching that ‘the strong one is not the one who wrestles well, but who is able to control their anger.’ (Bukhari).
Lesson 3 Resilience and Patience Students learn the meanings of resilience and patience and why these are important qualities for a Muslim. Students learn about an Islamic figure who showed these qualities. Students learn about an Islamic figure who showed these qualities. Students developing learning of patience and resilience from an Islamic perspective and strategies for developing these qualities. Students extend understanding of resilience and patience from an Islamic perspective and strategies for developing resilience and patience. Students learn that strong, resilient, and patient Muslims can make positive impacts for themselves and those around them. Students learn about an Islamic figure who showed these qualities. Students understand that Allah SWT does not burden a person with more than they can bear. Students learn about Tawwakul and how this helps Muslims. Students learn about an Islamic figure who showed these qualities.
Lesson 7 Revision Students review learning about the Muslim mindset. Students review learning about the Muslim mindset. Students review learning about the Muslim mindset. Students review learning about the Muslim mindset.

The Curriculum is reviewed every 5 years.