Weekly Updates – 25th November, 2016

Global Product Committee
Friday 25 November, 2016
24 Safar 1438
Dear Parents/Guardians,
Salaamun Alaykum

In this week's communications:
  • Recruiting Teachers and Assistants
  • Classes 3-10 Term 3 Assessments
  • Academic Year 2017 Enrolment Reminder MUST READ!
  • CPV Message: No parking on Warren Lane
  • Interactive Seminar & Presentation on Emotional Health & Well Being
  • The Harbinger of Hussain returns to London
Recruiting Teachers and Assistants  

The S I Madressa is looking for new teachers and assistants for their 2017 Academic Year. Be a part of the team that makes a difference!

You don't have to be the core teacher for the class. Join our team as an assistant in classrooms, or a support aide for children with special needs. Together, we can journey towards nurturing the leaders of tomorrow. 

If you can dedicate even a few hours on a Sunday morning, in whatever capacity, visit www.madressa.net and register your interest.
Classes 3-10 Term 3 Assessments  
Our website has been updated with Revision Lists for upcoming assessments. These include Morals, Ethics & History Practical Assessments and Beliefs and Actions Assessments. Revision Lists were communicated to students at the Madressa.

For more details on specific assessments per class please click here.
Academic Year 2017 Enrolment Reminder  

With the increasing waiting list it is essential existing parents/guardians complete the enrolment process as outlined below by 30th Nov. We would then start allocating space to those on waiting list and parents not completed the enrolment may lose the allocated space.

The enrolment process for 2017 began on Friday 4th November, 2016. All parents/guardians must complete the online enrolment as instructed on our website at www.madressa.net by November 30, 2016 at the latest.

Fees: £100.00 per student per annum. These can be settled as one-off payment or in instalments over 6 months. Fees for Existing students must be settled by 30 November 2016.

CPV Message: NO parking on Warren Lane  
A reminder to all parents dropping and picking their child(ren) from Stanmore, of the Traffic Guidance as outlined in the Communications Pack.

During Peak Drop-Off Time (9:40am - 10:10am) the following is enforced:
  • Parents coming from Warren Lane MUST turn left onto Wood Lane and then come via Brockley Hill.
  • Right turn into the Centre or U-Turn at the Template is NOT allowed.
  • Use of Arches is only for Parents/Guardians who have children in Kenmore. Car Park Volunteers will guide these parents who display a badge clearly for Volunteers to see.
Please remember, Car Park Volunteers reserve the right to amend traffic regulations on the day depending on traffic circumstances. Please cooperate with our Volunteers who are dedicating their time on Sundays to assist smooth flow of cars for Madressa
Interactive Seminar & Presentation:
Emotional Health & Wellbeing
The Harbinger of Hussain returns to London  

The Harbinger play will be returning to London on Saturday 26th 6:30pm and Sunday 27th 12:30pm in November to serve audiences that were not able to watch the play during Muharram.

The S I Madressa has been provided a discount code. Please use the discount code MDRS50 to obtain a 50% discount for either of the shows.*

*Note: Discount code does not apply to weekend sales (as they are already discounted) or for tickets already purchased.

What is The Harbinger of Hussain?

A two part play (150 min running time)

PART I (90min) is the historical account of Muslim ibn Aqeel, an individual living in 7th Century CE who served as a selfless emissary to deliver a message of peace and unity to lands in Mesopotamia against all odds. The message was written by Imam Hussain, who took a stand against social injustices, discrimination on faith grounds and intolerance when nobody else dared to. His letter invited people of all backgrounds to join him in bringing about unity and interfaith harmony.

INTERVAL (30min)

PART II (60min) focusses on the three sons of Muslim ibn Aqeel who stood for the same virtues as their father in supporting Imam Hussain before meeting a similar fate. Their resolution in dedicating their lives for the cause of good presents young people and children with a resolve to value steadfastness, patience and Godliness in testing times of the present day.
Quick Links
Easily access some of the below:
arrow1 Parent Portal
arrow1 Madressa Policies
arrow1 2016 Student Timetable
Diary Dates
Sunday 27th Nov, 2016
Teaching Week 25 (Open)
Belief & Actions Assessments Classes 5-10

Sunday 4th Dec, 2016
Teaching Week 26 (Open)
Morals, Ethics & History Practical Assessment Presentations Classes 5-10
To access all communications sent out this year to date, please click here
Key Policies
Kindly make note of the key policies that will apply in 2016:

Attendance / Absence

Behaviour Management

Please also note:

NO cell phones or electronic gadgets are permitted in Madressa.
No Food or Drink (except water) allowed during lesson
Using the Parent Portal
Report Student Absence
View Student Profile
Update Details
...and more!

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