Prep Club!

559613_studying_2.jpgAssalaamu-Alaykum (Peace be Upon you)

Well I had a quick visit on Monday to the after-school club that has been started by a couple of local Scholars and helpers.

It’s to help kids to help reach their attainment targets set by the teachers. At present they are concentrating on the core subjects of English, Maths and Science, but the ‘club’ also provides support for the children, who are mostly teenagers, on important issues such as drugs and also question and answer sessions on any general matters and contemporary issues that they are unsure of.

I have to say, I was impressed by what I was shown and told and indeed, am quite optimistic about its future (especially now that I have heard that they are planning a pot-holing trip in the near future!).

Local schools such as Westborough High and Thornhill High are already co-operating and have seen the improvement of their pupils in the short space of time that the club has been open. This is becuase by collaborating with the schools, they are creating individualised teaching plans for each student and thereby maximising the potential of each child.

For any students or parents who are interested, it is based at the Taleem and Training Centre, Orchard Street, Dewsbury and runs between 5-7 pm every weeknight. The fee is £10.00 per person per week.

Please call Hafez Lukman on 07866 765 662 for further details.

May Allah give all those involved the best of rewards in this life and the Akhirah (Hereafter).

Ma’as-salaam

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4 Responses to “Prep Club!”

  1. Insha-Allah – I’ll have a word with people running it and mail u back.

  2. There are a couple of other people that would be interested in teaching at the prep club aswell if they are interested…

  3. I think it is a very good idea but alot of parents think it is a money making scheme!Could you perhaps prove them wrong and give them a run for their money?

  4. Yeah I know what u mean Ishy, I’ve heard that too.
    Honestly though, £10 per week is peanuts, and it seems to be having a really positive impact.

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