At MJI Girls, we provide madrasa according to the syllabus summarised below and we teach boys and girls seperately. All students participate in annual examinations.
Our madrasa operates during the following times:
|16:45 – 18:45
|Year 2 – 6
|10:00 – 12:00
|Year 7 – 13
Madrasa is closed during Ramadan, Islamic Festivals, Bank Holidays and two weeks in August.
The admission age for weekday classes is 6yrs, whilst the admission age for Saturday classes is 11yrs.
Subject to availability, new admissions take place in September – please bring the child’s birth certificate and a recent copy of his school report.
In the first year of studies, children are taught how to make wudhu as well as the basic rules of tajweed.
As they progress through each year, they steadily complete the recitation of the Holy Qur’an with basic tajweed in addition to memorising the final Juz of the Holy Qur’an.
They receiving progressive lessons on basic fiqh and are taught about the importance/performance of Salah. They also memorise various dua’s which are required in the daily life of a Muslim.
Please enquire at the Madrassa office for details of current fees.
Uniform and Behaviour
- Boys must wear a cap, kamees and izaar or plain trousers whilst girls must wear a hijab, loose dress and izaar.
- All books must be kept in good condition and students must have the necessary stationary.
- The consumption of sweets and the use of mobile phones are not permitted during madrasa time.
All students must observe the discipline of madrasa. Improper conduct, bad behaviour or misuse of mosque euipment will not be tolerated and will result in the following:
- A verbal warning
- A written warning
Any gross misconduct will lead to immediate suspension and can lead to expulsion.
- A note or phone call is required for any absence.
- Written notification must be provided one week in advance of any pre-arranged absence (e.g. holidays, hospital treatments etc.)
- Students that are absent for 3 days continuously ina month without notification will be suspended for that month.
- Students that are absent for more than 2 weeks without prior written notification will be expelled and will have to re-apply.
- Written notification is required for any pupil wishing to be excused from lessons early.
- Written notification is required for any pupil that wishes to leave madrasa.