The CJM Madrassah offers Primary Islamic Education from the age of 6 to 12 years for Girls and from 6 to 11+ years for Boys. Our Madrassah is of high quality, Alhamdulillah we have produced excellent students reading Qur’an and having excellent manners in the past years.


Subjects taught include Qur’an, Taa’Rikh, Fiqh, Ahadeeth, Sirah, Aqaaid, Akhlaaq and Adaab. The syllabus subjects start from Level 1 up to Level 6.


We have two Madrassah’s. The daily one is from Monday to Friday 5pm-7pm and the weekend one is on Saturday & Sunday from 10.30am-1pm. The Weekly Madrassah children normally start from the age of 6 from 2018 and carry on through the Madrassah for 6 years being at the end, able to read the Qur’an confidently. The weekend Madrassah is mostly for children who cannot attend daily and for children who are of older years and have not learnt any Islamic Education.


New applications will be available from January 2019 In Shaa Allah.

Applications will end by the end of March 2019.


Admissions will be at the end of September 2019.


Please provide a copy (to file) of your child’s passport or birth certificate and a copy of your child’s latest school report. There is a one-off non-refundable admission charge which will need to be paid once your application is completed and handed to the Madrassah Office.


Admissions policy:


Weekday student’s admission – students must be age of 6 for Alif Class (1st Class) by 20th September 2019 to be accepted. We do not admit students of older ages into the weekday Madrassah.


Weekend student’s admission – for Alif class (1st Class), students must be age 6 by 20th September 2019 to be accepted for admission in the Madrassah. Older students up to the age of 13 only will be admitted for higher classes. Students are placed in age appropriate classes due to the teaching of the Islamic Syllabus.


Please note that there is no guarantee for admission for older students as the Madrassah for weekend is currently full.



CJM Madrassah Yearly Exams and Ceremony


CJM Madrassah holds yearly exams which include oral exams for Surah’s, Dua’s and Hifdh. Written exams are based on the syllabus books that the students are taught during the year.


The exams take place in July every year and results are given to students at a special ceremony which takes place in September after the summer break. At this ceremony students are awarded for 1st, 2nd, 3rd place results for each class, behaviour awards, effort awards, top Qur’an awards, and top Hifdh awards. Students are given their reports for the past year detailing the exam results and also given a small gift. 


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