Ta’allum Values Integration – ‘The Heart of the Matter’

Promoting, encouraging and instilling Islamic values in young people are at the heart of Ta’allum Academies’ commitment to creating a positive ethos and bringing out the best personal and moral qualities in our students. The values, which are based on the Holy Quran and the teachings of the Prophet Muhammad (PBUH), are central to Ta’allum’s Vision and Mission.

The launch of the new Ta’allum target values for Semester 2 2020 underlines this commitment. In the Secondary schools these are ‘Critical Thinking, Goal Setting and Forgiveness.’ Delivery of the target values is carefully planned and arises in lessons, through discussion, in assemblies and in all aspects of school life.

Each value has a series of underlying ideas and discussions to learn about and explore. For instance with ‘Critical thinking’ students reflect on ideas about respect in the maxim ‘Don’t raise your voice, improve your argument.’ ‘Goal Setting’ encourages young people to respect and maximise their future life opportunities with the notion ‘If you don't know where you are going, you'll end up somewhere else.’ Students reflect on the true nature of ‘Forgiveness’ by considering that ‘It takes a strong person to say they are sorry but an even stronger person to forgive. Ta’allum Director of Education, Dr Mohammed Saefan said ‘The profile of the Ta’allum Learner expresses the characteristic hallmarks of our students; ‘Academic Achievement and Leadership with Islamic Values.’


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