Please Follow The Rules Thanks!
The Prophet ṣallā llāhu ʿalay-hi wa-alayhi wasallam said: “The believers who have the perfect faith are those who have the best manners.” [Abu Daawood].
The pupils are required to adopt an Islamic dress code when attending the Masjid.
Boys will be required to wear a white Jubba with a white Cap.
Girls will be required to wear a black Jilbab and white head scarf.
The compulsory evening class times are 5.00pm to 7.00pm Monday to Friday. Hifz class times are 5.00pm to 7.00pm Monday to Friday and 2 pm to 3 pm on weekend. The student must arrive no later than 4.55pm with all of his/her study material required for the day.
All students must wear their uniforms to class as described by their teachers.
The student must NOT leave the class without his/her teacher’s permission.
If the student expects not to be able to attend on a certain date, permission for a leave of absence should be sought beforehand.
A reason for the absence would be expected from parents/guardians of students under 16 years of age. Students are only permitted leave to attend parent evenings in school, not sport.
If the student is ill or unable to attend class due to a family emergency, a letter written by his/her parent/ guardian must be handed to the teacher explaining the absence. A telephone call is also acceptable.
Students must also practice their lesson at home for at least 15 minutes every day.
Students must put into practice at all times the Islamic morals and etiquettes that are learnt in class.
Parents of students who are under the age of 16 must attend when invited by tutors to discuss their child’s progress and behaviour.
Parents who have any queries or concerns regarding their child’s progress or the teaching method used should consult their child’s teacher or contact the Principal.
Respect and Behaviour
The students must respect and obey all teachers and class monitor appointed by the teacher
The students must show respect to all elders at all times. The student must not swear, show disrespects or calls names to other students. Staff or members attending.
The students must NOT eat or drinks whilst the class is in the process.
Chewing of gums is NOT allowed anywhere on the Institute’s premises.
Students will be expected to keep the toilets/washroom tidy after using then.
The student must NOT write on the Institute’s furniture or walls.
If the student causes any damage to the Institute’s property, he/she will be responsible for the repair or the replacements costs. In cases where students are under 16 years of age, this responsibility will fall upon his/her parents/ guardians.
Students must NOT bring mobile phones to class. Parents/ guardians can bring the Institute number in case they should need to contact their child.
The student must NOT bring to class any toys, games cards or any other items that may distract him/ her or others students from studies.
If an accident occurs during class time, students witnessing or involved must inform a member of staff immediately.
If a student does not follow the above rules and regulations, the teacher and principal will deal with the matter strictly. This could result in the student’s class membership being terminated.
Absence / Removal from Classes
Parents who decide to remove their child from the classes MUST inform the Principal prior to removal else risk not being able to enrol their child in future should they decide to do so.
Should clarifications be required on the above parents/ guardians are welcome to discuss these articles in more detail with detail with their child’s teacher or directly with the Principal, Mufti Sajid Latif Qadiri.
NB. The Redhill Mosque reserves the right to update or make amendments to the rules and regulations laid out above at any times to which all existing and new members must abide. Rules and regulations last updated and approved on 1st March 2015
Parents have the right to know what their children are studying in each classroom and parents have the responsibility to communicate this to teachers in a clear format.
However, in addition to sending children to a madrassa, the most important element in a child’s education are the examples set by those around him, because a child does what he/she sees.
As such, parents must remember that if they themselves ignore the teachings imparted at the madrasa (e.g. the extreme importance of daily salah and read Qur’an-e-Kareem), children that attend madrasa become confused and eventually discard such teachings.
The main aim of making you aware of these is so that you can help us in developing your child to become a person of Adabs (etiquettes) and good Ikhlaq (character).
Note: Students are not allowed to bring Mobile Phone in the Mosque, Parents must collect their child from the waiting area inside the Mosque.