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Madrasah Annual Majlis

MADRESSA ANNUAL MAJLIS-E-AZA 2010

On 30th January, 2010, 14th Safar 1431 AH, students of Essex madressa organised their annual majlis-e-aza to commemorate the event of Karbala.

This was the second year in a row, when this event was organised. All the madressa students, teachers and some parents and Jamaat members also attended the majlis.
 
Suhail Haji, student year 5 opened the proceedings with the recitation of a salaam, ‘Shaam O’ Shaam’, remembering the painful events which happened in Damascus to the progeny of Holy prophet (SAWW). This was followed by a joint speech by Student year 8, Batul Kapasi and Student year 6, Razia Bakhshi. Student year 9, Hamza Abbas, delivered the speech declaring verse 23, Chapter 42, his title, otherwise known as the verse of Mawaddat:

That bounty whereof God gives the glad tiding to such of His servants as attain to faith and do righteous deeds. Say [O Prophet]: “No reward do I ask of you for this message other than that you should love...

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Madressa Annual Prize Ceremony 2009

ANNUAL PRIZE DISTRIBUTION EVENT
 
Madresssa team welcomed all teachers, parents, Jamaat members and students on the Annual Prize distribution ceremony which was held at Lawford Mead School premises...

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Sports Day

SI Madressa of Essex held its annual sports' day on 11th July at Lawford Mead School premises.
 
We had the blessings of great weather with clouds and breeze which helped all attendees to enjoy...

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Parents Day - Update

Madressa organised the parents’ day for the year 2009 on 6th June at Lawford Mead School campus.

The day was attended by large number of parents and the day was enjoyed by all. After meeting a...

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Madressa Midterm Examinations

Madressa Midterm exams will be held as follows:
 
18th April:
1000 – 1045: Akhlaq
1045 – 1115: Break
1115 – 1200: Tareekh
 
25th April:
1000 – 1045: Quran
1045 – 1115: Break
1115 –...

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