NAKHLAH Educational House For Islamic Grooming

Welcome to Online Learning

Session 1441 - 42 / 2020 - 21

AssalamuAlaikum

Off-campus learning is new for all of us. Allowing your children and yourselves a period of adjustment is important. However much we have prepared, we are starting on a new journey. It will take time for us all to find routines that work for us and most importantly, allow us to stay connected and support our well-being.

Jazak'Allah Khairun


Your child's safety while online is important to us.

To access the Off-Campus Learning sections for each Class Group through the links above you will need to be logged into a learners' Nakhlah account.

Learner Balance

An important aspect of off-campus learning is ensuring balance. The 'Islamic Way' is built on our community and the strong connections we make. Digital technologies are a powerful tool in helping us maintain these relationships and those with loved ones across the globe in these challenging times. However, digital technologies can become 'consuming'. Here are our top tips for caring for your child (and yourself) in this challenging time.

Sleep & Eat

Time limits

Tilawat and Learning

Stay Charged

Stay Home

Stay Balanced

Keep all digital devices out of the bedroom at night and away from the dining area.

Use these times to rest and recharge.

Parents, you need to set the example!

As a family, agree sensible time limits for digital technology use.

Look at your daily learning engagements and decide together

Set up your learning space with everything you need to focus efficiently.

Set up a charging station in a neutral area of the home.

Online meetings will drain batteries much more quickly.

Play games, connect with family

Make things together



On-campus you would do a variety of different activities each day. Find a balance at home by creating a family routine that provides that balance for you all.