Salat Ashra

Helpful resources relating to Coronavirus

Parenting Programme

Assalamo Alaikum,

Welcome to the parenting programme aimed at supporting parents to understand and address contemporary parenting issues with their children. On this page you will be able to access video recordings covering four topic areas:

  1. Social Media & E-Safety  
  2. Identity Crisis Integrating to British Society  
  3. Emotional health & wellbeing (Self Esteem)

Throughout all workshops examples are given from the Holy Quran, Ahadiths, the books of the Promised Messiah (as) and guidance from beloved Huzoor (aba).

In addition to the parenting videos provided on this page you can also speak to your local parenting advocate who can be contacted through your local sadr. She will be able to assist you to join parenting classes as soon as these are available.  Some areas may choose to run classes online through platforms such as Zoom and others may choose to run parenting programmes in other ways.  Face to face programmes should not be undertaken until the national period of social distancing has been lifted by the UK Government.

Over the next few weeks our parenting subject matter experts will be providing advice and guidance to your local parenting advocates to ensure they are fully conversant with the materials to enable them to support you in full.

Wasalaam,

Michelle Rahman

Serving as Secretary Tarbiyyat, Lajna Imaillah UK

Relationships & Sex Education (RSE) from an Islamic Perspective

Parents are requesting support to understand how best to address the topic of relationships & sex education from a religious perspective. This workshop aims to integrate components of the national curriculum with religious values to ensure children have a full understanding in the context of religion. Through this workshop, support will be provided to mothers to contribute to what is being taught by engaging positively with the school, understanding what is being taught and ensuring a full discussion with teachers to work through boundaries in the context of belief.

Social Media & E-Safety

This workshop focuses on protecting children and young people against the ills of society some of which include grooming, cyber bullying and platforms that parents should be aware of.  Practical guidance will be given to mothers on how to manage phone usage of children, dealing with peer pressure and the provision of practical tips to support positive parenting. This workshop will also focus on the need for mothers to act as role models in-particular regarding the use of WhatsApp for idle chat and engaging in disruptive discussions. The need to set limits and gain an understanding of the tools required to ensure social media is used responsibly.

 

Social Media & E-Safety

This workshop focuses on protecting children and young people against the ills of society some of which include grooming, cyber bullying and platforms that parents should be aware of.  Practical guidance will be given to mothers on how to manage phone usage of children, dealing with peer pressure and the provision of practical tips to support positive parenting. This workshop will also focus on the need for mothers to act as role models in-particular regarding the use of WhatsApp for idle chat and engaging in disruptive discussions. The need to set limits and gain an understanding of the tools required to ensure social media is used responsibly.