The nurturing of Islamic values in children

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Innovative Curriculum

The Tarbiyah curriculum has been developed by the Madrasah Centre of Excellence which is ...

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Online Learning

This platform utilises a variety of online learning methodologies to present information in an easy ...

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Teaching

Each lesson includes a list of learning objectives to which both teacher and student can refer to ensure...

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Curriculum

The conceptual framework of the curriculum is based on the comprehensive verse 177 of Surat al-Baqarah, from which eight learning modules have been developed. The vision of the MCE is to nurture piety in our students. Piety, or taqwa, is based on a Muslim’s relationship with his Lord. Implicit in this understanding is the necessity of fully comprehending the nature of the relationship with our Creator. Verse 2:177 encapsulates the true meaning of piety (al-Birr) and forms the overarching vision for this curriculum.

Bands
Bands

The lessons within the curriculum have been grouped into six bands, each of which spans a two-year age group....

Modules
Modules

The curriculum consists of eight learning modules, each of which encompasses a set of main themes. These, along with...

Lessons
Lessons

Each lesson includes an overview video, providing students with core elements in an appealing and easy to understand visual...

Teachers and parents partner to further theological concepts and nurture Islamic values

About Us

The Madrasah Centre of Excellence (MCE) is part of the Islamic Education arm of The World Federation (WF) that delivers and maintains the strategies for the WF madrasah programme. Its global structure provides focus and acts as a central place for madaris to seek help and support in the running of their institutions. MCE aims to provide uniformity in the global madaris population and realise its vision by coordinating the four work streams – Curriculum Development, Teacher Training, Learning Resources and Assessment & Evaluation.

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