Tarbiyah Learning, in its junior high program, is committed to providing the best possible education to children in grades 7 and 8. With a hybrid of individual and group learning, students are promoted to master the skills and knowledge required to enter high school, as opposed to rushing them through under a ‘one-size-fits-all’ classroom. Because of our high quality approach, and fine attention towards each student, it is not uncommon for a student to advance quickly in the curriculum.
Beyond our dedication to a quality learning experience, Tarbiyah Learning promotes the full use of the Quran in our education with 1.5 hours memorization studies per day – first thing in the morning. A strong emphasis is put on the memorization and reading of the Holy Quran, as well as extracting the various sciences taught in the Quran.
Other subjects explored at Tarbiyah Learning, as per the Ontario Curriculum, are Mathematics, Science, Language Arts, Core French, Classical Arabic, Social Studies, Islamic Studies, Physical Education, and Art. We also train our students with leadership skills such as public speaking, poetry, social/life skills, and adopting an Islamic morale in behaviour and personal ethics.
The junior high program is for children entering grades 7-8 taught in the same classroom under well-qualified teachers. Classes in the senior division are separated by gender; however some specific learning modules are separated by level as opposed to gender such as mathematics and literacy development. A strong emphasis is put into mastery and enrichment in each academic strand for the preparation of high school. Students in the senior division are expected to master the various components in the Ontario Curriculum as well as the Quran studies in the morning. Each subject is taught with the student in mind, implementing one-on-one teaching and self-paced learning. With this type of setup for the senior elementary age group, it is very common for kids to advance in certain subject areas allowing them to learn without limitation.