Madrasah Aljunied’s was built in 1927. The Madrasah envisions itself to bring forth intuitive scholars who possess the ability to adapt to the modern world...
Madrasah Irsyad Zuhri
Madrasah Irsyad Zuhri Al-Islamiah was first established in 1947. It offers full-time primary level curriculum and acts as the feeder to the two secondary level madrasahs...
Madrasah Al-Ma’arif was founded in 1936. It is an all-female Madrasah with intakes ranging from Primary to Pre-university levels....
Madrasah Wak Tanjong
Madrasah Wak Tanjong Al-Islamiah was first established in 1958. It offers co-education at primary, secondary and pre-university levels...
“A man giving a dirham as sadaqah (Charity) during his life is better than giving one hundred dirham as charity at the moment of his death”
Madrasah during COVID-19
Our madrasahs were unable to conduct their annual fundraising projects since the Circuit Breaker in March 2020 which has led to a potential collective income loss of about $2.5 million. While there are sources of funds to cover manpower costs, our madrasahs depend heavily on the community’s contribution to fund the madrasahs’ annual operations.
During this difficult period, your contributions are needed more than ever to support the madrasahs in their mission to develop our future asatizah.
Where Your Contribution Goes To
Learning & Development
Madrasah Admin & Operations
As the Madrasahs adjust to their new norms and pedagogies of teaching with HBL (home based learning) and safe management measures, teachers and asatizah need to be trained to constantly keep up to deliver quality education. Madrasahs also had to step up their operations by frequently sanitizing the premises, which adds up to their costs to ensure students can remain in school.
We need your continued support, help and doa, so that Madrasahs can continue their noble work to produce generations of resilient and well-educated asatizah to come in Singapore.”
Dr Nazirudin Mohd Nasir
Mufti, Republic of Singapore
Sources of Funding
Our Madrasahs are private schools and rely heavily on the support of the community. Madrasahs are currently supported through funding from various sources such as school fees and grants from various sources such as the Mosque Building and Mendaki Fund (MBMF), Baitulmal, Zakat, Dana Madrasah, Wakaf Ilmu and government funding (Edusave and Teacher Development & Trainings for secular subjects) . These funds are used primarily to support madrasahs’ expenditure on manpower and teachers’ professional development. They also rely on the community’s contribution through fundraising to support their expenditure on school programmes as well as their daily operations.
* Average Breakdown of Madrasah Expenditure as of December 2020
Madrasah Operational Needs
Electricity & Water
Repair & Upkeep
Get to know some of our Madrasah Alumni and find out about their contribution to the community.
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Madrasah Students Recognize Importance of Community Engagement and Giving Back
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GCE ‘O’ Exam: Infected with COVID-19 during the exam, Aminah Fairouz was able to achieve excellent results
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Madrasah student scores 9 distinctions for O levels and dreams of becoming a doctor
Mishel Maryam Nasir was ranked No. 1 in her Primary School Leaving Examination (PSLE) four years ago, she vowed to herself that she would do well again in the O-level exam.
98.8% of madrasah pupils who took the PSLE were accepted into secondary school.
The Islamic Religious Council of Singapore (Muis) announced on Wednesday that all but four of the 352 madrasah students who took the Primary School Leaving Examination (PSLE) this year qualified for secondary school (Nov 24).
More than 80 madrasah students from low income families receive refurbished laptops
Collaboration between MUIS and the SG Bono volunteer body to make it easier for the students to do their homework online and learn at home.