Established in 1998 in Walsall, United Kingdom, Abu Bakr Trust has built a strong reputation for excellence in both mainstream and Islamic education. Build with the support of the Muslim Community, Abu Bakr Trust diligently serves educational and spiritual needs throughout the West Midlands.
The Abu Bakr Trust has for the last 21 years been instrumental in the delivery of quality Islamic and contemporary education to the whole Muslim community in West Midlands, United Kingdom and beyond. Abu Bakr Trust is Registered Charity in the United Kingdom.
Islam commands all of us both individually and collectively to seek knowledge. In the glorious era where Islam and the Muslims where trend setters for the rest of civilisation, history tells us that the sole reason for their rise was founded on a proper and sound Islamic education and upbringing.
The Deeni institutions i.e. the Masjids, Madrasahs, DarulUlooms and Islamic Schools are the backbone of Islam. The turbulent episodes which line the pages of history also prove throughout the Islamic world, that these institutions have been the key to safeguarding Islam. Whenever and wherever the Muslims have neglected these educational establishments (breeding grounds of future Imams and leaders of the Ummah), Islam has disappeared from these places.
In order to preserve Islam and the Islamic way of life, it is imperative and of the utmost importance that we Muslims initiate, support and maintain these institutions.
The ABU BAKR TRUST by the grace of Allah(swt) has for the last 19 years been instrumental in the delivery of quality Islamic and contemporary education to the whole of the Muslim community.
Education is a contiunal process from birth to adulthood. Abu Bakr Trust is commited to serving the education needs of its community, from its children to its elders.Through the means of multiple schools Abu Bakr Trust targets quality education.
Abu Bakr Nursery School was established in 2011. It is suitable for children from 2 years to 5 years old. The main objective of Abu Bakr Nursery School is to provide support to every child in order to become an independent learner and achieve the very best academic results as well as to become a responsible young Muslim.
Abu Bakr Primary School was established in 2009 for the children from 5–8 years old. The aim of Abu Bakr Primary School is to provide a strong Islamic environment in which the children achieve their full potential and become outstanding ambassadors for Islam. The School values each pupil as an individual ensuring they reach their full potential academically and spiritually.
In Abu Bakr Primary School, each child will develop an Islamic personality based upon the teachings of the Holy Qur’an. It is based on a foundation of teaching Islam and strives to provide a journey that fosters true Iman and love for Islam in the hearts and minds of the pupil.
Abu Bakr Girls Secondary School was established in September 2000 at Wednesbury Road Walsall, West Midlands. It has 300 pupils and is increasing in numbers every year. Due to the school’s quality of education, there are hundreds of pupils on the waiting list. The school is registered with Ofsted and follows the UK National Curriculum Standard, with emphasis on Islamic studies.From September 2012, the Abu Bakr Girls School had introduced GCSE in Arabic and GCSE in Business and Communication Studies alongside other vocational qualifications.Abu Bakr Girls Secondary School provides students the quality education they need to empower themselves for tomorrow. The school strives to provide an excellent education based within the freedom of an Islamic environment.The Abu Bakr Girls Secondary School runs under the governing body which consists of the Chairman of the Abu Bakr Trust, Headteacher, Deputy Head, one staff governor and six parent governors.
Abu Bakr Boys Secondary School opened in September 2006 at Kent Street, North Walsall, West Midlands. There are currently over 150 pupils enrolled and every year the number is increasing.The School aims to provide a strong Islamic environment and committed to creating a culture of learning in which pupils will strive and flourish.In Abu Bakr Boys School, pupils grow and develop an Islamic personality based upon Islamic teachings. The School also empowers pupils to become aspiring, effective and productive members of the society.The School ensures all pupils to achieve the best exam results as well as becoming rounded and responsible young Muslim.Abu Bakr Boys School exam results have improved year on year. In 2012, Abu Bakr Boys School achieved 94% 5 or more A-C grades including English and Maths.The School follows the National Curriculum and a good selection of other subjects.
Abu Bakr Trust has an inclusive evening Maktab, which provides exciting ways for children aged 5 and above to learn about Islam. There are also daily Tajweed classes for Adults to perfect their Qur’an recitation.
Abu Bakr trust provides students the opportunity to memorise the words of the Holy Quran by heart. Students age range between 7 years to 18+.Abu Bakr trust currently seperate Boys and Girls Hifz Classes running in the evenings from 4:45pm – 8pm Monday to Friday
This course gives the students a comprehensive insight into the religion of Islam - giving them the authority to make correct judgement.Typically this is a 5 year fulltime course where we undertake to teach Deeni Uloom thoroughly, with strong emphasis on Arabic Grammar, Nahw, Sarf, Lughat, Adab and Balaagha.We can confirm that this course is only available at the Abu Bakr Trust and nowhere else.(Currently over 80 students are studying this course – the first class has graduated in August 2008)
This course gives the students a comprehensive insight into the religion of Islam - giving them the authority to make correct judgement.Typically this is a 5 year full time course where we undertake to teach Deeni Uloom thoroughly, with strong emphasis on Arabic Grammar, Nahw, Sarf, Lughat, Adab and Balaagha.We can confirm that this course is only available at the Abu Bakr Trust and nowhere else.(Currently over 80 students are studying this course – the first class has graduated in August 2008)