Childhood Education

Stewards KS3 YR8

Stewards KS3 YR8

The Key Stage 3 Year 8 program at Stewards is crafted to provide students aged 12 to 13 with a comprehensive educational experience that builds upon their prior knowledge and skills. This program focuses on enhancing academic proficiency, personal growth, and spiritual development. Students engage in a balanced curriculum that promotes critical thinking, creativity, and ethical development, preparing them for the challenges of higher education.


  • Childhood Education


August 29, 2024 - July 4, 2025








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4.5 (110 ratings)


£395.00 per month

Key Objectives

  • Deepen Academic Proficiency: To enhance students' understanding and skills in core subjects such as English Language, Mathematics, and Science, preparing them for higher academic challenges and fostering critical thinking and problem-solving abilities.
  • Promote Spiritual and Ethical Growth: To cultivate mindfulness and God consciousness through daily morning dhikr and Quran recitation, and to instill Islamic values and moral principles through interactive Character Building and Seerah studies.
  • Enhance Language and Cultural Competency: To improve fluency and comprehension in Arabic, and to deepen appreciation for Islamic cultural heritage through advanced studies in Islamic Art and History.
  • Develop Responsible Technology Use: To empower students to manage their digital device usage wisely, promoting effective time management and responsible use of technology through the DeVice course.
  • Foster Community Engagement and Life Skills: To encourage parental involvement in community activities and prophetic sports, and to provide opportunities for students to develop advanced IT skills and practical life skills, preparing them for future personal and academic success.
  • The course includes

  • Morning Dhikr: Start each day with mindfulness and God consciousness.
  • KS3 English Language: Advance your critical reading, writing, and communication skills.
  • KS3 Mathematics: Strengthen numeracy, logical reasoning, and problem-solving abilities.
  • KS3 Science: Explore scientific concepts and methodologies to foster curiosity and critical thinking.
  • Islamic Art Level 2: Dive deeper into Islamic art traditions, enhancing creativity and cultural appreciation.
  • DeVice: Learn to manage digital devices wisely and improve time management skills.
  • Arabic Level 2: Build fluency and comprehension in the Arabic language.
  • Character Building: Internalize Islamic values through Seerah studies and personalized life coaching.
  • Islamic History: Discover the rich history of the Islamic world, fostering cultural identity and pride.
  • Quran Recitation & Memorisation: Enhance spiritual discipline through the memorisation of key Surahs.
  • Parental Collaboration: Engage in community activities and prophetic sports with parental guidance.
  • Computing: Develop advanced IT skills for the digital age.
  • Course Schedule


    The Key Stage 3 Year 8 program at Stewards builds on the foundation laid in Year 7, targeting students aged 12 to 13. This stage focuses on deepening academic knowledge and personal development.

    Morning Dhikr: Daily spiritual practice that promotes mindfulness and God consciousness, setting a positive tone for the day.

    KS3 English Language: Advanced language skills development, emphasising critical reading, effective writing, and articulate speaking.

    KS3 Mathematics: Continued focus on numeracy skills, logical reasoning, and problem-solving, preparing students for higher-level math.

    KS3 Science: Introducing students to scientific concepts and methodologies, fostering curiosity and critical thinking.

    Islamic Art Level 2: Further exploration of Islamic artistic traditions, encouraging creativity and cultural appreciation.

    DeVice: This course continues to help students manage their digital device usage, promoting wise use of technology and better time management through engaging activities and discussions.

    Arabic Level 2: Building on previous language skills, enhancing fluency and comprehension.

    Character Building: Interactive and practical, this course focuses on Seerah (the life of the Prophet Muhammad) and life coaching, helping students internalise Islamic values and apply them in daily life.

    Islamic History: A deep dive into the rich history of the Islamic world, fostering a sense of identity and pride in cultural heritage.

    Quran Recitation & Memorisation: Continued emphasis on memorising Surahs recommended by the Prophet (SAW), enhancing spiritual discipline.

    Parental Collaboration: Encouraging parents to involve their children in community activities and prophetic sports. Stewards also offers nationwide enrichment courses for parents and students.

    Computing: Developing advanced IT skills, preparing students for the demands of the digital world.

    Cost: £395.00 per month, 10 months instalment. Join the waiting list today to secure a place for your child.


    • Age: Students should be between 11 to 12 years old, typically transitioning from primary to secondary education.
    • Academic Readiness: A foundational understanding of core subjects like English, Mathematics, and Science from previous schooling (KS2).
    • Language Skills: Basic proficiency in reading, writing, and speaking English; introductory knowledge of Arabic is beneficial.
    • Commitment: Willingness to participate in both academic and character-building activities, including Morning Dhikr and Quran Recitation.
    • Technology Access: Ability to engage with digital learning tools and resources.
    • Parental Support: Encouragement and support from parents or guardians for a holistic educational experience.



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    4.5 (110 ratings)

    30 Courses • 525,181 students

    Calligrapher and Artist with a focus on West African calligraphy, art and craft. Graduated from The Prince’s Foundation School of Traditional Arts with a Masters in Arts with a distinction. Studies with master Arabic calligraphers from the UAE, China and England in Riqa’a, Thuluth and Sudani scripts. Also studied classical Latin scripts Copperplate, Italic and Uncial scripts. Lives in Reading,UK, married with 3 children.


    Shafiqah Amiji

    4.5 (110 ratings)

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    Secondary Level, Mathematics and Science Teacher
    Graduated from Lancaster University with a BSc in Biomedical Sciences, completed a PGCE in Secondary Mathematics. Has been a teacher for over 9 years. Has additional training in Primary Montessori Education. Has also completed 3 years of study at Micro Madrasa (Liverpool).


    Khalid Tetuani

    4.5 (110 ratings)

    30 Courses • 525,181 students

    Khalid Tetuani is an English lecturer, academic coordinator, and Arabist whose interests include formal semantics, syntax, and Arabic grammar. He has over ten years’ teaching experience. He currently resides in Al-Ahsa, Saudi Arabia, where he has lived since 2016. An alumni of University College London, Abu Nayef is also a freelance translator specialising in Arabic – English translation.


    Talut Dawood

    4.5 (110 ratings)

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    Teacher of the Islamic Sciences
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    Aakhila Fayaz

    4.5 (110 ratings)

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    University of Birmingham, Msc Diploma of History of Medicine. PGCE University of Bangor. Science teacher for 22 years teaching across KS3/4 and 5 extensively. Speciality in Chemistry. Adept in numerous techniques to enable students to feel confident in their subject. Familliar with WJEC and AQA boards.

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