Tadika Seri Khalifah

السلام عليكم ورحمة الله وبركاته

Welcome to the Little Caliphs BSP Blogspot. This blog is dedicated to communication and development of our pre-school. We would love to share with you of our programs and activities done with the Caliphs children throughout the years. We had enjoyed ourselves growing, grooming and guiding the children and we hope you’d enjoy browsing us through this blog. Happy blogging.

Zahriah Mohd Faiz
Owner & Principal LC BSP

What is The Little Caliphs Program (TLCP)?

The Little Caliphs Program (TLCP) is a proven Islamic-English-Creative pre-school system that helps the pre-school children to realize their best spiritual, cognitive, socio-emotional and physical potential. TLCP differs from other conventional pre-school programs because it has a set of proven creative methodologies for teaching the children the meaningful foundation of Islam, learning and living skills.

TLCP Mission

Our mission is to make young children to LOVE Islam and knowledge


Applying and integrating the various proven learning & teaching methodologies:

²Whole Brain Learning
²Multiple Intelligences Teaching
²Multi-sensory Learning Styles
²Accelerated learning
²Creative Curriculum
²Integrated Learning Systems
²3Rs: Reading, wRiting, and aRithmetic
²Individualized and high personal touch

SIX Core Values to be Inculcated to the Children

²Understanding of the Two Kalimah Syahadah
²Learning & love of the 5-times SOLAT & other obligations as the slave of Allah
²Love for seeking knowledge & remembering Allah
²Good manners and the love to his Muslim brothers & sisters
²Sincerity for Allah, and the belief of Allah’s rewards in this world & akhirah
²Understanding of the mission as the ummat of Nabi Muhammad s.a.w

Special Features in TLCP

Progress of a child is according to ability, not age
Using English as the medium of instruction
Use of instructional, experimental, and constructivism as a teaching approach
Learning is easy and fun
Low student to teacher ratio
Stressing on the importance of a joint- partnership of parents and teachers in promoting each child’s growth and development
Continuous learning and improvement of the curriculum

Monday, August 11, 2008


Little Caliphs program triggers a child's interest in learning and expose them to a different set of social life; rather than home-coach setting. I can see that the staffs love children very much and are friendly towards parents as well. It is not hard to communicate with them and they are willing to be approached at any time. I thank all the staffs for providing all that.
-Pn. Ilyana, mom of Fatini, 4 years old-

Aqilah has improved in many ways. She can recite Du'a, Al-Fatihah and thanks to all teachers at LC BSP. -Pn. Hafiza, mom of Aqilah Najiha, 4 years old-

I am impressed to see my daughter solat and reciting Al-Fatihah (to name a few). I like the way academic and religious studies go hand in hand. She enjoys each school sessions and always have stories to tell, songs to sing, etc. This is enough to show that she is gaining knowledge while enjoying herself. This is an important aspect that I want my child to have. -Pn. Hasbuna, mom of Anis Nabilah, 5 years old-

It has been a good semester for our daughter in terms of education and Islamic learning. I am grateful to the Little Caliphs team for instilling the children into becoming Caliphs of the future.
-En. Mohd Takyuddin, dad of Naili Karimah, 5 years old-

The Litte Caliphs Program is very good as it integrates the academic with Islamic knowledge, plus their medium of communication is English. My son is very happy going to school everyday. As for me if my son is happy I am happy as well.
-Pn. Nina, mom of Alif Irfan, 5 years-

Harris is becoming more 'frequently ask questions' towards every single issue. He can now differentiate what is the word in English and what is in Bahasa Malaysia. He is like a guide towards his elder brother in Islamic ways. I am very proud of Harris and really impressed by the way LC BSP conveys both academic and Islamic knowledge to all these children. Keep up the good work and I should congratulate all teachers involve. I hope to see Harris's graduation ceremony before he enters the primary school.
-Pn. Faznim, mom of M.Harris, 6 years old-