As mentioned in the section on description of the house, the house can be regarded as a school by the Safin Village inhabitants since, until 80 years ago, they used to learn reading Quran in this very house. For this reason, they hold the house in high regard and it reminds them of their childhood memories. Beit-ol Ofroukh (the boys’ school room) was used for teaching boys how to read the Holy Quran. Since, according to the native Kish traditions, Quran reading was often taught by women (a tradition called “Molahyeh”), this room was built in the in ward formal. In addition to reading the Holy Quran, girls and boys between 6 and 9 years old were taught other practical things as well including moral principles, and life and social skills.