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secretariat@ksmnet.org
Monday, 23 July 2018  
9. Dhul Qadah 1439

Please take note of the following updates to the Madrasah Year Planner 2016: 

July 10th - Madrasah is OPEN as normal from 10am to 130pm. The annual sports day that is printed in the year planner has unfortunately been cancelled due to difficulties attaining an appropriate venue. 

July 17th - Madrasah is OPEN as normal from 10am to 130pm. All classes will be running to their usual timetables. 

We look forward to welcoming all our students back after the Ramadhan Break. 

The Absence Policy for Muhammadi Madrasah has been revised.  All students were provided with a copy of the revised policy, which is effective as of 10th April 2016.  

It can be found online here

 

articlesApplication forms for new students who are looking to join the Madrasah at the start of the new year in January 2016 will be available from Sunday 13 September 2015. The Madrasah accepts students from ages 4 year 4 months to 16 years.

Please note the deadline date for the application form is 1 November 2015, 1pm. Forms can be submitted to the Madrasah reception (open most Sundays from 10.00 - 13.00) or by email.

Forms are available to download here.

Parents are encouraged to apply early as the Madrasah has limited spaces (26 for Primary 1 in 2016) and will only accept students based on the eligibility of age and the following process (in order of priority):-

1. Age (MIMIMUM AGE FOR A CHILD IS 4 YEARS 4 MONTHS AT 1ST January 2016).

2. Parent/Guardian is member of Jamaat.

3. Parent/Guardian is not a member of Jamaat

4. Date of Application (on a first come first serve basis) 

There are a number of items of lost property that have been found over the last term.

As we come to the end of the year these items will be placed outside in the foyer for the forthcoming weeks. Please ensure you check these before Sunday 13th December. After this date all items will be discarded / given away.

A Page of QuranQuran recitation and understanding is a key part of the Madrasah syllabus. To aid the teaching in the classroom, we request parents to place a priority on developing their children's Quran recitation and understanding at home.

To help you do this, we have found a great resource - an online Quran explorer. There are many reciters you can listen to, multilingual translations and Arabic side by side.

To launch the Quran Explorer, click here.