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secretariat@ksmnet.org
Sunday, 18 August 2019  
16. Dhul Hijja 1440

Salaam Alaykum

Insha'Allah you are well.

Due to changes in circumstances, the Muhammadi Madrasah is short of staff for several roles including following roles. These teaching and non-teaching roles are important to ensure our youngsters have the opportunity to have a consistent role model to help answer their questions and guide them through a key period of their lives. We urge people to consider putting their names forward asap.

Starting Sept 2016:

Primary Department Positions:

In the Primary Department we are looking for individuals to fill the following roles:

Shadow Lower Primary Coordinator

We are looking for a unique individual with experience and passion in children's Islamic Education to shadow the department coordinator with a view to taking over from January 2017.

Lower Primary Lead Teachers

Due to several teachers being on or leaving for maternity leave we are currently in need of some Lower Primary Teachers to take the main teaching positions. A history of teaching either Qur'an or Dinyat (Islamic Studies) is vital, and a weekly commitment would be expected.

Qur'an & Dinyat Assistants

Both Lower & Upper Primary are looking for teaching assistants to either assist in creating resources (not requiring weekly Madrasah attendance) or in-class teaching assistants to help in the classroom (weekly or alternate weeks).

Secondary Department Positions:

Welcome To Muhammadi Madrasah

 Muhammadi Madrasah is a faith-based community institute that operates on Saturdays and Sundays.  The Madrasah offers students structured teaching from the ages of 4 years* to 16 years*, in the following subjects; Islamic Studies, Qur'an, Salah, Ethics & Law and Islamic History.  We have dedicated departments providing support to both teachers and students to ensure fair and equal opportunities to learn and progress.  With a student population of over 300, Muhammadi Madrasah is a vibrant, spiritual and exciting institution that aims to equip these students with skills that will benefit them beyond the Madrasah walls into society as confident and well-versed Shia Muslim Youths.

Muhammadi Madrasah operates on Saturday from 1pm to 3pm, and on a Sunday from 10am to 1245pm.

*4 years 4 months, 15 years 4 months

Welcome To Muhammadi Madrasah

 

 

 Madrasah Applications have now all been processed, kindly check your inboxes (including junk/spam folders). Emails were sent between 15th July and 29th July 2019.
If you are not able to trace your email please inform us by emailing Madrasah with the applicants name and d.o.b.


Madrasah is closed for the Summer Break - we will be returning with the start of the new academic year on September 15th Insha'Allah.

Muhammadi Madrasah is a nut-free establishment.  Parents/guardians and staff are reminded to ensure that lunchboxes/snack items are all free from nuts/nut products.

 


 

 

If you are not receiving emails, please see the Madrasah Office on Sundays.

Please see the 2019-2020 Year Planner here

Parent Handbook for 2019 can be found here


Muhammadi Madrasah is a faith-based community school that operates on Saturdays and Sundays.  The Madrasah offers students structured teaching from the ages of 4 years* to 16 years*, in the following subjects; Islamic Studies, Qur'an, Salah, Ethics & Law and Islamic History.  We have dedicated departments providing support to both teachers and students to ensure fair and equal opportunities to learn and progress.  With a student population of over 300, Muhammadi Madrasah is a vibrant, spiritual and exciting institution that aims to equip these students with skills that will benefit them beyond the Madrasah walls into society as confident and well-versed Shia Muslim Youths.

Muhammadi Madrasah operates on Saturday from 1pm to 3pm, and on a Sunday from 10am to 130pm.

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