YOUTH PROGRAMS (BOYS)
Indian Muslim Social Service Association (Singapore)
Yishun Boys Hub
An Imam In Every House
To develop each individual as a leader for the family, community & nation who is responsible and equipped with the knowledge of this and the hereafter.
Sense of Belonging:
- All Ustads, Ustazahs & Ameers belong to the entity of IMSSA – Madrasah.
- Ustads, Ustazahs & Ameers are allocated classes and departments to have a sense of ownership, dedication and responsibility to IMSSA – Madrasah.
- Ustads, Ustazahs & Ameers are allowed to be attached to the classes of their choice and also be redeployed to classes which requires manpower.
Classes are arranged according to levels. YBH will manage boys’ level from primary 3. Each class has an ustazah and ustazs acting as an advisor. The role of Class In-charge is tasked to the Student leaders. Ustazahs together with the student leaders will manage the class.
- Class In-Charge will have the say in the running and management of the class as each class/level is unique in its way.
- The class will monitor its students late coming, discipline and also have contacts with parent
- Able to collect its own class fund. To keep proper accounts for transparency and accountability. Classes are free to use their class fund for any class purposes. E.g class outing, class bonding activities, class treat.
- Classes have to abide by the general rules & regulations of Madrasah and decisions made by YBH as a whole.
Role of Class In-Charge:
- To ensure smooth running of the class
- To ensure all the ICs are on task
- To set the direction of the class
- Target setting
- To keeps proper records of class matters both on soft and hard copy
- To maintain students discipline, attendance and overall conduct of the class including teachers
- To seek advice on class matters
- To implement, suggest programmes/ events for the class, madrasah.
- Maintaining frequent parents communication
- To ensure that parents know what is going on in madrasah
- Semester update for parents regarding child and class progress
- To identify potential student leaders.
Purpose: To centralise the teaching and learning with authentic resources. To develop interest among the students to contribute to a department
- Ustazs and ameers will be recruited based on the needs of the class and department
- Not all ameers recruited in the department will be able to teach as some may be incompetent, not committed and have irregularity in attendance. They will be assisting in resource development. This is to make sure that the learning of students is not compromised.
- Department heads will be able to go into classes during their subjects to monitor the subject teachers and to seek feedback from Class ICs and advisors.
- If a Department needs manpower from other departments to assist in its department, it has to seek the permission from the Class ICs, advisors and other dept heads.
- Departments will not interfere in the management of classes.
- Departments are responsible for the syllabus, content, lesson delivery, assessment of subjects.
- Departments will lead in subject related programs and activities.
- To conduct refresher courses for all ustads and ameers once a year
- Departments will be able to call students from any class for extra lessons even without the presence of the class ustads/ameers. The dept will inform the class ICs and be responsible for the students attending extra class.
- If departments were to have communication with the parents regarding students, the class ICs and advisors have to be kept informed to avoid any miscommunication.
Pathway: Develop soleh children who are nurtured with taqwa and good akhlak, knowledgeable in islam, become practicing muslims, and show care and concern to towards other
Fiqh & Aqidah
Seerah & Dakwah
Quran & Hadith
Akhlak & Life skills
Students who demonstrate good character, equipped with good quran reading and memorization will be selected as student helpers at the age of 15. Student helpers will be developed and deployed to teach lower level students. Potential leaders from student helpers will be identified and will be given roles in YBH.
The student handbook is a tool for students to record their reflections after every lesson. It also serves the purpose of a referral for students and parents on madrasah programs and events. It also consists of selected duas for students to memorise. Inside Student Handbook:
- Particulars Page
- History of IMSSA -Madrasah
- Rules & Regulations
- Merit Point System
- Calendar – English and islamic
- Prayer timetable
- Weekly task planner
- Quran surah recording
Merit points system:
In line with our mission of developing an Imam in every house, students have to be monitored throughout their growing years. If the monitoring and guidance is properly rendered, the students will become a better Muslim and he will be holistically developed.
Students will be awarded 50 points at the start of the year. Points will be awarded for every good deed done, and points will be deducted for every unpleasant deed done. At the end of the year, students’ points will be tabulated and ranked according to level. Students will be awarded conduct grading based on the number of points accumulated. Top 3 students from each level will receive a special prize.
- 100% of students able to read Quran with Tajweed
- 75% of students from each class to have memorised 1 juz
- 70% of students participate in family camp
- 70% of students to attend iftar
- 50% students from each class to take part in competitions
Academic Programmes & Competition
- Hajj Exhibition
- Family camp
- Uswathun Hasanath
- Adhan competition
- Tilawathul Quran Competition
- Quran Exhibition
- Learning journey
- Weekly Hadith
Non- Academic Programmes
- Parents orientation
- Welcome Ramadan parents meeting
- Area Teraweeh
- Qiyamul lail