Towards an Institution of Excellence in Islamic Learning for Young Muslims
To nurture our students with mawaddah (affection) and taqwa (piety) through a dynamic Islamic education
The aLIVE programmes are being developed by the Islamic Religious Council of Singapore (Muis) as part of its continuous improvement efforts towards excellence in structured part-time Islamic Education for the young.
aLIVE seeks to provide a national baseline Islamic Education curriculum for all young Muslims, 5-24 years old to help them face life’s challenges and remain true to their Muslim identity in a multi religious, multi ethnic society and globalised world. This programme is conducted in English.
For detailed information about the aLIVE Curriculum, please visit www.alive.sg
Our classes incorporated aLIVE Qur’anic Literacy and Solat Literacy at all levels. This is an important component to allow students from different levels to learn basic Islamic education, apart from their weekly lessons as designed in the aLIVE Curriculum.
Currently, Al-Mawaddah conducts about 70 classes from Kids, Tweens, Teens and Youth aLIVE on weekends and weekdays. For a glimpse of aLIVE@ Al-Mawaddah, please like our Facebook page.
Some of our holiday programmes are:
– Khalifah Chef for Kids
– AQL for Tweens / Clinic Iqra
– Tweens Camp / Girls Camp
– Astronomy Workshop (conducted by vendor)
– Introduction to Khat for Kids (conducted by vendor)
– Tweens / Teens Solat Workshop
Our fieldtrips and learning journeys include:
– Hortpark, Botanic Gardens
– Bollywood Veggies
– East Coast Park
– Coney Island
– Youth aLIVE Discourses
– Harmony Centre
– Zikra Rasul
– aLIVE Day
– Graduation Day
– Family Day
Our Asatizah are a mix of Diploma and Degree holders from various local and international Islamic Institutions such as Al-Azhar, IIUM, UM, Al-Zuhri, etc. Teachers go through a series of aLIVE Trainings conducted by Muis. Teachers are trained in classroom management, instructional strategies and curriculum delivery. There are teachers who have diplomas or certificates in preschool teaching.
Asatizah at Al-Mawaddah have to go through Asatizah Recognition Scheme (ARS) and Quranic Teachers Recognition Scheme (QTRS).
1) Head of Education
2) Level Coordinators/ Full Time Asatizah
3) Resident Teachers
4) Relief Teachers
– Tamil Madrasah