15 January 2022

Hadith from Imam Ali Ibn Al Hussein (AS): ‘Were people aware of what lies in the obtainment of knowledge, they would pursue it even though they had to make voyages and endanger their lives to obtain it. 

Dear Parents and Students,
Assalamun Alaikum. 

The Management and staff of the Husayni Madrasah Boys’ Section (HMBS) is pleased to welcome you to academic year 2022/1443 (AH). We are extremely happy to start our new year to continue to pursue Islamic knowledge and values through Ahlul-Bayt (AS). We have an exciting, fruitful and productive year ahead. With the help of the Almighty (swt) and your full cooperation (students & parents) we will be successful.

The HMBS thrives to provide a peaceful environment to elevate our spiritual life through self-purification by acquiring Islamic knowledge that is obligatory (wajib) for us. For us to succeed, we must have protocols to maintain the integrity and efficient operations. This circular provides the fundamental functioning roles for us to follow to maintain a pristine environment. This relates to students, staff, parents and administration of HMBS.

The teachers at HMBS play a crucial role as part of the learning process. We have great dedicated teachers with decades of experience in our faculty. They have vast knowledge of their areas of expertise. We also conduct regular training to enhance their core subject matter as well as explore new and effective learning techniques to enrich the academic environment.

We take these guidelines very seriously. We encourage you (Students and Parents) to read it thoroughly and complete the online consent agreement provided as part of enrolment process. This must be completed before 31st January 2022. The student will not be able to attend classes if this is not done.

OUR VISION:
Husayni Madrasah’s vision is to nurture students to become ‘Thinking and Practicing Muslims’. 

 MISSION 2020:
We will continue enforcing the mission that began in our previous academic years which is to ‘Build acquaintance with the Holy Quran’ and in addition, the Madrasah is putting in more efforts to ‘make learning more inclusive’ in line with the objectives set out through the curriculum.

 Parents are urged to keep up with the practice of Qur’an recitation with the students since time spent at the Madrasah will not be adequate to improve their recitation skills.  

– The HMBS Team