The home tuition segment of IHT is effectively the cause to its beginning. Educating the younger members of our societies is the single, weightiest matter that rests on the shoulders of the ones who have assumed responsibility. As the saying reads, ‘the only thing more expensive than education is ignorance.’

One of the principle reasons behind IHT’s inception was due to a range of voices being raised in regards to the same concern; namely that there needed to be formalised home tuition of the Islamic sciences and an alternative to the current standard of teaching available.

We endeavour to work closely with parents in order to create a conducive environment for their children to enhance and receive the utmost best in Islamic instruction. An amalgamation of the parents enthusiasm, support and involvement and a teacher's ability to teach, translates into high levels of achievement.

IHT have managed to devise a syllabus that will cater for a child’s Islamic education. The subjects that have been included in the curriculum are ones that will provide a basic overview and understanding of Islam. Currently home tuition classes are taking place in Luton and Milton Keynes and the subjects below are proving to be extremely beneficial.

Subjects Taught


Our Aqeedah syllabus provides a practical and informative guide to students. Covering all key factors that are obligatory upon every Muslim to know. We aim to instil a basic grounding of Islamic theology with an emphasis on dealing with modern day to day issues that adults encounter daily at work and other areas of life.

Establishing the Oneness of God in a secular society, we will also cover the Muslim belief of the Angels, Books, Prophets, Day of Judgement and the concept of good and evil.

Lesson Overview

Establishing and definition of aqeedah                                       

Belief in the Angels

Predestination - Good & Evil

Heaven & Hell

Importance of Tawhid                                

Belief in the Books

Death & the Grave

Who is required to believe?                 

Belief in Allah                                          

Belief in the Last Day

Belief in the Hereafter

Importance of having sound beliefs


Fiqh refers to Islamic jurisprudence and this is truly where the practical components of Islam come to life. Purification, Prayer and Fasting are just some of the areas of discussion that we will be focussing on. The discipline of Fiqh is unequivocally obligatory for every Muslim to know.

Adults will receive a well-rounded understanding of how to practice the religion as well as comprehend the rulings in relation to Islamic Law. There will also be an opportunity for students to learn more about the Islamic stance on new and contemporary issues living in todays world.

Lesson Overview

Performing Wudhu

The Salah

The types of Zakat

The Halal and Haram

Rules pertaining to Ghusl

Eid Prayer

Fasting in the month of Ramadhan

The inner dimesions of worship


The Janaza Prayer

Performing Umra & Hajj



The Messenger of Allah is the key to all other disciplines and therefore the Seerah is imperative for every Muslim to be familiar with. The Seerah refers to the biography of the Messenger of Allah .

According to the syllabus, the student will study the life of the Messenger of Allah in chronological order, providing insight into His sacred life.

Lesson Overview

Prophet Adam

Birth of the Messenger of Allah Peace and Blessings be upon him


Battles in Islam

Prophet Ibrahim



Conquest of  Makkah

Pre-Islamic Arabia


Migration to Madinah

Demise of the Messenger


This branch of learning will focus on the sublime Character and description of the Messenger of Allah. The syllabus will cover many distinctive mannerisms of the Messenger of Allah from His facial features to the way He would consume His food, and from the clothes that adorned Him to the Noble Characteristics that were perfected by Him.

This will undoubtedly encourage any sincere student to emulate the exquisite qualities of the Messenger of Allah and develop an attachment to Him based on love and reverence.

Lesson Overview

Charchteristic of the physical features of the Prophet

Eating Habits


The speech and mannerisms of the Prophet

The character of the Prophet with family, companions and his enemies

The way He dressed

The Seal of Prophecy

The different Names of the Prophet

Sleeping Habits

His worship to Allah

The possessions of the Prophet (ring, sword, stick, turban, clothing, leather socks)

The Seeing of the Prophet Muhammad Peace and Blessings be upon Him.


Tajweed is a primary Quranic science that deals with the art of phonetics. It is an obligation for every Muslim to recite the Book of Allah in the correct manner and as a result we have decided to incorporate this into our syllabus.

This subject will enable the student to have a thorough understanding of the theoretical terminology as well as the practice to read the Quran properly. It will look at elements such as points of articulation, elongation, rules of letters and so on.

Lesson Overview

Significance of Reciting the Quran

Points of Articulation

Meem & Nun Sakin Rules


Etiquettes when Reciting the Quran

Thick & Thin Letters

Stopping Signs

Recitation with Tajweed

Importance of the Science of Tajweed

Qalqala, Madd & Idhghaam

Common Mistakes & the ways to Correction

Additional Matters pertaining to the Quran