- The Holy Prophet Muhammad (S.A.W) is reported to have said: -
“The Best gift any father can offer his child is good education”
Classes begin at 14H45 and continue right up until 17H00. The subjects thought during that period include Quraan, Hifz, History, Fiqh, Urdu, Tajweed, Aqaaid. Testing is administered throughout the year on a quarterly basis
One of the most important facets of our life is education, hence the need to have a sound Islamic Education for our children was realised.
The Madressa formulated its own syllabus which is presently in use at many other Madaris both locally and internationally. The Madressa boasts the services of seven Aalims amongst the staff of thirty educators.
The Madressa today has a role of almost five hundred learners. Only 40% of parents/guardians are in the position to contribute towards fees of the running cost of the Madressa.
Six vehicles are used to transport learners and educators to and from the Madressa.
The Madressa caters for classes from readiness/pre-primary phase up to grade eight, as well as a Hifz Class. At both centres classes begin at 14H45 and continue right up until 17H00. The subjects thought during that period include Quraan, Hifz, History, Fiqh, Urdu, Tajweed, Aqaaid. Testing is administered throughout the year on a quarterly basis.
Educators specialise in specific subjects which has made teaching more exciting and learners are more responsive.
Currently the Masjid and the adjacent hall are used as Madressa classes. Inshallah the organisation future plans is to build proper Madressa Classes with separate wudhu and toilet facilities at the Islamic Complex in Extension 6 Lenasia.
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Saaberie Chishty Islamic Centre Extension 6 Lenasia
Saaberie Chishty Dawah Centre, Drieziek Orange Farm
Jamia Razvia Masjid Extension 8 Lenasia
Reason for Establishment:
This division has been established to provide basic primary education to school going children. The society also provides transportation to and from the Madressah.
Source of Funding:
Funding for the Madressa division is derived from annual banquets, Qurbani proceeds in addition to Madressah fees.