Madrasah Wak Tanjong
Al-Islamiah

About

Madrasah Wak Tanjong was first known as Madrasah Ad-Diniyyah Al-Islamiah back in 1958 in the house of Almarhum Ustaz Mohd Noor Taib in Paya Lebar. The Madrasah then shifted to a school premise at 589 Sims Avenue in 1959. It was renamed to Madrasah Wak Tanjong Al-Islamiah in 1968 and was reconstructed and officially reopened in 1994.

The Madrasah offers co-education at primary, secondary and pre-university level in Singapore. Their mission is to holistically nurture learners with a strong conviction of Islam that is relevant to the needs of the community.

In 2018, Madrasah Wak Tanjong received the Comprehensive Assistance Package (CAP) from the Islamic Religious Council of Singapore (Muis) to strengthen the madrasah’s governance and enhance teachers’ professional development and students’ learning.

“Assalamualaikum, our hope is that Madrasah Wak Tanjong will stay true to its vision and mission to build a community of progressive learners who not only uphold Islamic values but are also able to contribute to our country’s nation-building and success, In Shaa Allah.

We rely on the continuous support of our teachers, parents and the Muslim community of Singapore. We value all the support that we have received from the Singapore Muslim community. May Allah swt bless you and your family and grant you shade and ease in the Hereafter.”

Ustazah Masnia Nassim

Principal

Vision

A community of morally-upright and progressive learners, upholding Islamic values.

Mission

To holistically nurture learners with a strong conviction of Islam that is relevant to the needs of the community.

Achievements

Sciance Busker Festival

We want our students to keep up with relevant skills and trends such as digital literacy. As such, we have sent our students to participate in the Science Busker Festival. Organised by A*STAR and Science Centre Singapore, the competition aims to promote greater engagement in learning and creative and expressive science communication. In 2020, our Primary 4 student, Abdul Muttalib Mohd Nagib, was shortlisted for the final judging for his video on Tomato Plant Parts. He was featured in Berita Harian

Sony Creative Science Competition Blue Ribbon Award

 The Blue Ribbon Award are given to teachers to recognise the influence they have in encouraging their students in the Sony Creative Science Award (Schools) Competition and their role in steering students in STEM learning and out-of-classroom learning experiences. The award seeks to recognise the influence teachers have on their students in competitions, the role of teachers in motivating their students and the role teachers play in guiding , mentoring and advising students.

2 teachers, Mdm Mazda Mustajab, Academic HOD, and Mr Amir Irsyad Khan were given the award in 2020. Their wish is for more holistic learning experiences for the madrasah students so that they can develop relevant skills and important values like being steadfast in the face of failure and the pursuit of excellence which are exemplified by our Prophet s.a.w.

Comprehensive Assistance Package (CAP)

Madrasah Wak Tanjong Al-Islamiah accepted the Comprehensive Assistance Package (CAP) from Muis in an official signing ceremony held on Saturday, 28 April 2018. With the assistance package, MWTI will be able to continue its tradition of developing students who have good grounding of Islamic and secular subjects.

The assistance package will see Muis providing resources for the development of the strong executive leadership team, as well as structured training programme and professional development framework for the madrasah’s staff.

Achievements

Sciance Busker Festival

We want our students to keep up with relevant skills and trends such as digital literacy. As such, we have sent our students to participate in the Science Busker Festival. Organised by A*STAR and Science Centre Singapore, the competition aims to promote greater engagement in learning and creative and expressive science communication. In 2020, our Primary 4 student, Abdul Muttalib Mohd Nagib, was shortlisted for the final judging for his video on Tomato Plant Parts. He was featured in Berita Harian

Sony Creative Science Competition Blue Ribbon Award

 The Blue Ribbon Award are given to teachers to recognise the influence they have in encouraging their students in the Sony Creative Science Award (Schools) Competition and their role in steering students in STEM learning and out-of-classroom learning experiences. The award seeks to recognise the influence teachers have on their students in competitions, the role of teachers in motivating their students and the role teachers play in guiding , mentoring and advising students.

2 teachers, Mdm Mazda Mustajab, Academic HOD, and Mr Amir Irsyad Khan were given the award in 2020. Their wish is for more holistic learning experiences for the madrasah students so that they can develop relevant skills and important values like being steadfast in the face of failure and the pursuit of excellence which are exemplified by our Prophet s.a.w.

Comprehensive Assistance Package (CAP)

Madrasah Wak Tanjong Al-Islamiah accepted the Comprehensive Assistance Package (CAP) from Muis in an official signing ceremony held on Saturday, 28 April 2018. With the assistance package, MWTI will be able to continue its tradition of developing students who have good grounding of Islamic and secular subjects.

The assistance package will see Muis providing resources for the development of the strong executive leadership team, as well as structured training programme and professional development framework for the madrasah’s staff.

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Play a part in developing our future asatizah and Muslim leaders, who will continue to lead our future generations

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Contact Us

T : +65 6741 0131
E : [email protected]
W : www.mwti.edu.sg 

Work Time

Mon-Fri :8.30 AM – 5:30 PM
Closed on Fridays : 12.30 PM – 2:30 PM
Closed on weekends and public holidays

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Madrasah Wak Tanjong Al-Islamiah
589 Sims Avenue Singapore 387600

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