History of Al-Madinah SchoolBrendon Muir2020-11-26T11:22:30+13:00
History of Al-Madinah School
In the name of Allah, The most beneficent and the most merciful.
Al-Madinah School is a state integrated area school. The school was provisionally registered on 17 August, 1992 and received a full registration as a full primary school on 17 December, 1992. Secondary section of the school was added in 1995; hence Al-Madinah became an area school. The school was integrated into state education system in 1996.
Al-Madinah School entered 2005 with a number of major milestones behind it and with some new challenges ahead. We encourage every student to aim high and to work hard to reach his or her goals. We provide a warm and caring environment where individual needs are respected, hard work is valued and excellence applauded. The students are encouraged to achieve success, learn enduring worthwhile values, excel in education and inculcate respect for others. A great deal shall be expected to enable them to become a successful and responsible members of the society.
I hope you will find the following information useful in helping you decide if Al-Madinah School is the school for you.
This is the unique school which offers students courses in Islamic subjects as well as complete coverage of the New Zealand Curriculum.
The Islamic character fostered by the school provides an environment for students that supports and develops their knowledge and practice of Islam.
Salaat is held daily, as well as Jumma Salaat on Fridays.
The Islamic Festival are observed.
Provisions are made for specialised study of the Holy Qur’an.
The school runs a special hifz classes for those who want to make their children hafiz of Qur’an.
The school plays an active role in the local community through involvement in sports and cultural activities.