SIM Volunteers are requested to ensure they familiarise themselves with the content and make note as needed
IT/AV Facilities at Stanmore
In order to ensure smooth setup and running of classes, we have outlined expectations and guidelines for the IT/AV Facilities at Stanmore for our teachers.
Click here to see what we can do for you, and what is expected of you when requesting IT/AV setup.
Behaviour Management Policy
In your register pack this week, you will receive a pack of green, yellow and red cards to use as part of the BM policy. Please click here to remind yourself of the BM policy. A few key points to note in using the cards:
1.Green cards: Once awarded, students are supposed to hold on to their green cards. When a student reaches 10 green cards, they will exchange their 10 green cards for a gift from the gift box which is kept in the office. You do not need to keep a record of green cards, it is the onus of the student to keep these safe.
2.Yellow card (1st and 2nd offences): As soon as you issue a card, you must show it to the student and place it on their desk. It is very important that you then mark the sheet behind the register, in order for the next teacher to be aware that this student is on a first or second yellow card. The last lesson teacher should then take the card from the student’s desk and put it back into the register pack. Admin will then send an email out to the respective parents at the end of the day, based on the mark on the sheet behind the register.
3.Red card (3rd offence): When handing out a red card to the student, please ask him to visit the office with the red card, accompanied by the assistant teacher or a responsible student. Admin will then speak to him and call in his parents. Please mark the sheet behind the register.
To view the policy click here and to view FAQ's on issuing cards, and whether they carry forward, click here
A reminder that every volunteer at the S I Madressa must adhere to the Teachers Charter found in your Teachers Manual (click here).
You are requested to review the document and confirm Acceptance of your obligation to adhere to the charter by signing this form: Click here.
Please note that there is also an option of “Not accepting the T&C” in which case your HOD will discuss with you how to resolve the matter in an amicable way.
Ask the A'alim
Do you have questions that you need answered? Our Madressa is blessed to have Sheikh Muhammad Abbas Panju, as a direct liaise to assist teachers with Madressa related questions. Get in touch by sending an email to email@example.com.
A Message from the Parent Consultation Board
Welcome back to another year at Madressa ! We hope you have all had a restful time over the winter holidays.
On behalf of the PCB I would like to give a huge thanks to all those who attended the Volunteer Appreciation Event. I hope you all enjoyed the event and again Thank you for all your hard work and dedication to our children.
For those of you who were not able to attend, we have your gifts ready for you to pick up from the SIM office or alternatively, please contact your Head of Department. We do hope you like them.
This year the PCB are looking at involving the Parents with new initiatives. Please feel free to let us know any ideas or suggestions you may have regarding Madressa that you would like to see us involved in. We look forward to hearing from you.
With Duas, Mumtaz Hemraj-Panjwani PCB Chair
Higher Education - Police Event
'Prevent' Course by Hujjat
External: Islamic Short Course for couples
The World Federation's Islamic Education team is pleased to announce the launch of an exciting Islamic Short Course, this Easter in Qum, Iran. It is aimed at couples aged between 22-40. The course is ideal for couples to gain a deeper understanding of Islam and each other. The course provides an amazing opportunity for self - development, in an Islamic environment.