His Holiness (May Allah be his Helper) continually advocates the path to peace through the worship of God Almighty and the service to humanity.

25th & 26th September 2021

Taleem Paper 3 is based on terms 2 and 3 of the Lajna Ta’lim syllabus. Deadline is 30th September 2021.


A series of books, produced by Lajna Ima’illah UK, based on the stories narrated in the Holy Quran. The books are designed for children of primary school age who can read and try the activities independently.

The Department of Isha’at presents a new edition of An Nusrat for 2020-21 in English.


The Department of Isha’at presents a new edition of An Nusrat for 2020-21 in Urdu.

Critical thinking is the art of making clear, reasoned judgements based on interpreting, understanding, applying and synthesising evidence gathered from observation, reading and experimentation. The Umoore Talibaat department presents a new quarterly topic.

The Industry and Handicraft department held a virtual skills competition which took place locally throughout the third quarter. Lajna members were allowed to enter any item of their choice that showed their particular talent.

As Muslims the very word “Read!” marked the beginning of Divine revelation. Finding the motivation to get into further reading can feel impossible. One way of doing so is by setting up a book club.

The Isha’at Department presents a new set of newsletters created by Majalis in the second quarter. Read newsletters from New Malden, Roehampton Vale, Scunthorpe, Tolworth and West Croydon.