What is The Little Caliphs Program?
The Little Caliphs Program (TLCP) is an Islamic-English-Creative preschool program that helps children to realize their best spiritual, cognitive, socio-emotional and physical potential. Unlike other conventional preschool program, TLCP has a set of proven creative methodologies for teaching the children the meaningful foundation of Islam, learning and living skills in an integrative manner. To equip teachers with effective teaching skills, TLCP offers a series of trainings on teaching content and methodologies.
TLCP also comes with business start-up package for Muslim entrepreneurs to open and operate their own Islamic-English-Creative kindergarten or child enrichment centre. The program is offered to be a standard curriculum for an islamic preschool program all over the world.
“Our mission is to instill the LOVE of Islam and knowledge to young children”
“Providing aspiring Muslim entrepreneurs with a credible investment and business opportunity in Islamic-English-Creative pre-school education service provision”
“Believing that education is to prepare the children towards fulfilling the duties as the slave of Allah, Khalifah of Allah, and Ummat of Nabi Muhammad s.a.w.”
– Haji Roslan Nordin, Co-Founder
BELIEFS AND PHILOSOPHY
Believing that the benchmark of education is the content and method of Rasulullah s.a.w as applied by his noble companions, and there should be continuous improvement of this humble curriculum towards following the method.
Believing that education is to prepare the children towards fulfilling the duties as the slave of Allah, Khalifah of Allah, and Ummat of Nabi Muhammad s.a.w.
Believing that knowledge and sciences are indeed SIGNS of the Greatness of Allah, The Creator – as such, knowledge and sciences should be imparted to the children in a manner that strengthens their Tauheed and belief in Islam.
Believing that there is a gold mine in every child, when polished and educated in the light of Al-Quran and As-Sunnah, the child will be able to live his full potential towards successful life in this world and akhirah.
Believing that a child’s brain development occurs as a result of the interplay between nature (genes) and nurture (the environment); the architecture and size of the child’s brain is a result of the interaction with adults in his environment and everything experienced in the external environment.
Believing that the early years are instrumental in building a child’s healthy self- esteem and positive self-concept as a result of the acquired perceptions, beliefs and feelings.