Timetable

Prayer Times

Date 27/06 28/06
Imsaak: 02:22 02:22
Fajr: 02:32 02:32
Sunrise: 04:53 04:53
Zohr: 1:12 1:12
Maghrib: 09:31 09:31

Programme Information

  • Friday, 28th Jun 2019 1:10 PM - 2:10 PM
    1:10pm: Khutbah and Salatul Jumuah - Sheikh Fazleabbas Datoo. ​2:00pm: Ziyarat of Imam Zamana (ATFS) on the day of Jumuah
  • Friday, 28th Jun 2019 8:15 PM - 9:15 PM
    8:15pm Opening Mujtaba Asharia Sidiqabai Sheriff (Isale sawab for marhum of Sheriff family) 8:30pm Surah Yasin 8:45pm Marsia Mohdabbas Jaffer 8:50pm Majlis - TBC 9:25pm Announcements 9:31pm Maghribayn Jamaat Salaat
  • Sunday, 30th Jun 2019 10:00 AM - 2:00 PM
  • Friday, 5th Jul - 6th Jul 2019
    Perform the Salah for first day of Dhul Qa'dah (AQAIN)- 2 Rak'at Salah: 1st Rak'at, Surah Al Fatiha (once) & Surah Ikhlas (30x); 2nd Rak'at, Surah Al Fatiha (once) & Surah al-Qadr (30x); After the Salah, give alms (Sadqa)

The Tarbiyah Curriculum has been developed by the Madrasah Centre of Excellence (MCE). MCE is a body under the Islamc Education Board of the World Federation of KSIM Communities

Vision: Nurturing Piety

Mission: Enabling a learning environment that instils the values of Qur’an and the Ahlul Bayt a.s.


The core themes of our curriculum cover Aqaid, Fiqh, Ahlaq, Tarikh and Qur’an using a unique and integrated approach. Our aim is to provide an effective learner-centred platform that always keeps the learner’s needs at the forefront and inspires children to adopt and adhere to an Islamic lifestyle following the footsteps of the Ahlul Bayt (A.S).

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The Curriculum development workstream creates a robust and evolving global curriculum that encapsulates regional variations, modern methodologies, support material for students, teachers and parents whilst retaining core knowledge and spiritual ethos.

The Tarbiyah Curriculum Framework aims to promote a madrasah education that focuses primarily on the students’ personal growth and development. Therefore, when creating content for the lessons, great emphasis has been placed on Islamic values, identity, self-esteem, a sense of belonging and developing a strong bond with the Qur’an and the Ahlul Bayt (a). The lesson content is centred around developing a strong Muslim personality capable of fulfilling one’s responsibility of stewardship, or khilafah, in society. It is structured to meet the overall goal of our life on earth – service to Allah, ubudiyyah, – and responsible and effective citizenship in society.