Monday to Thursday
4:30pm - 6:00pm
Children start at
6 years old
Boys & Girls
Excellence in Qur'anic recitation, Islamic Morals and Character Building.
Nurturing and instilling good qualities and beautiful characteristics in our students, through the teachings of the Prophet Muhammad ﷺ.
We understand that children are our future. Our qualified teachers and dedicated staff are committed to providing excellent Islamic education.
MQA welcomes and celebrates diversity, which we believe reflects the beauty of our community. Every child is welcome, regardless of race, ethnicity or ability. Keeping in mind children with special needs, we also include an SEN department.
To supplement the teaching, we intend to offer extra-curricular activities at the centre, such as karate classes, scouts, trips to parks, etc. Dhikr and nasheed practice will also be part of the learning experience at MQA.
At Manchester Qur’an Academy, we have developed a syllabus that will provide our students with everything a young Muslim needs to know about their faith. A well rounded purposeful education taught within a positive spiritual environment, inspiring and engaging children of mixed abilities to become beacons of light within their own homes and our community.
● Purification & Prayer (Salat)
● Memorisation of short surahs
● Daily duas
● Life of the Prophet (peace be upon him)
● Stories from the Qur’an
● The five pillars of Islam
● The six articles of Imaan
● Dedicated classes for SEN students
Shaykha Noshin Gul was born in Birmingham and currently resides in Manchester. After completing her undergraduate degree in Applied Chemistry and postgraduate studies in Material Engineering in 2005, she travelled to Syria in the pursuit of authentic traditional sacred knowledge. She was appointed Head of Primary Islamic Education at a Madrasa in West Yorkshire, assuming this role for 3 years. While leading several community projects, she also taught Tajweed to over a hundred female students across the country in Oldham, Manchester, Dewsbury, Bradford and Birmingham, as well as Huddersfield, Leeds and Bradford Universities... Read More
389 Waterloo Road, M8 9AB.
The centre is easily accessible from the motorway, and situated just off Cheetham Hill Road. If you are travelling via public transport the 135 bus runs from Manchester City Centre to Guidance Hub. The closest tram stop is at Abraham Moss.
Due to the safety of your children and vehicles, no form of transport (for centre users) will be permitted onsite during hours of 4:15 pm - 6:15 pm.
We advise parents to walk their children to the centre where possible, and to car-share if they are travelling from afar. Please do not park near the entrance to the centre & be considerate of other road users.