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Afternoon Classes

The Afternoon Madrasah Classes are conducted by the HWT Imaamat Members and Other Educators. The Classes are conducted on Mondays, Tuesdays, and Wednesdays (or Thursday). The Madrasah classes include both Primary School and High School Learners. These classes are conducted in Highlands Estate and in Bellville South.

 

Fasil Alif (Afternoon Madrasah) 

Details of the class:

This class is conducted at the HWT Lecture Room on Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays (or Thursdays). It caters for primary school learners. The duration of the class is one hour.

These classes are presented by the HWT Educators who include graduates from the Islamic University of Madinah who specialized in Sharee’ah and others in Hadeeth and Da’wah.

The learners are tested on one-on-one recitation and the topics presented to the learners via Power-Point Presentation include Fiqh, Hadeeth, Seerah, Qiyaamah, Islamic Clips and others.

The current syllabus used by the Trust is the Islamic Studies Text Book revised in Madeenah.

An application form can be found on this website. Please be advised that there are limited seats available.

Yearly Assessment:

The yearly assessment includes 2 assignments, 2 exams, and an oral test.

A progress report is issued at end of the Madrasah year. The syllabus and course content is approved and endorsed by the HWT Shariah Research Board (HWT-SRB).

Registration for Afternoon Madrasah 

 

Fasil Baa (Afternoon Madrasah) 

Details of the class:

This class is conducted at the HWT Lecture Room. This class primarily caters for high school learners. The duration of the class is one hour.

These classes are presented by the HWT Educators who include graduates from the Islamic University of Madinah who specialized in Sharee’ah and others in Hadeeth and Da’wah.

The classes currently conducted on Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays (or Thursdays). The learners are tested on one-on-one recitation and the topics presented to the learners via Power-Point Presentation include Fiqh, Hadeeth, Seerah, Qiyaamah, Islamic Clips and others. The current syllabus used by the Trust is and Islamic Studies Text Book revised in Madeenah.

Yearly Assessment:

The yearly assessment includes 2 assignments, 2 exams, and an oral test. A progress report is issued at end of the Madrasah year. The syllabus and course content is approved and endorsed by the HWT Shariah Research Board (HWT-SRB).

Registration for Afternoon Madrasah
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