frequently asked questions


Frequently Asked Questions

We at Keen On Deen are passionate about helping our youth and about playing in important role in the development of our next generation. There maybe a great many questions that you may have about our vision, what we want to achieve and how we aim to achieve it. 

Who is Keen on Keen?

This project was initiated by both the participation of Arabic Courses and some of the volunteers who saw the need for this project.  This will hopefully address areas of concern with the youth growing up in this society.

Where Are We?

Currently Keen on Deen operates at 437-443 High Road, Leyton E10 5EL

Whats available to me or my children?

For kids there are classes for weekday madrasah, weekend madrasah, Hifth class. There are now online madrasah classes available that are the same time as onsite class. There are also GCSE Arabic classes for boys and girls

Your children can also join Maths, English and Science  Ks1 to KS4  tutor sessions.

How Do I Enrol?

Great, signing up couldn’t be easier.  You can either do so online or come down and sign up at the centre.  However, spaces will not be reserved without payment.
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