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Application for Islamic Education Fund
How do I apply for assistance for my child who is attending the mosque madrasah (Islamic Education Fund)?
Application for the Islamic Education Fund (IEF) can be made through the centres you are enrolled in. You can download the form (
) and submit it to the administrator of the centre.
Am I eligible to receive assistance for my child who is attending the mosque madrasah (Islamic Education Fund)?
Please refer to this link for more information on the eligibility criteria:
How are assessments conducted in the aLIVE programme?
Authentic assessment methods will be used to assess students' levels of understanding of the themes taught. Students will be assessed using a variety of assessment tools that may include projects, portfolios, assignments, quizzes, checklists and others. Programmes are not assessed by examinations as the purpose of aLIVE programmes is to nurture practising Muslims who understand and appreciate the beauty of the teachings of Islam.
What are the content that is covered in the aLIVE programme?
The aLIVE curriculum focuses on the core topics in Islamic Education:
Tauhid and Fiqh,
Sirah and Islamic Civilisation,
Quranic Literacy and Understanding,
Akhlak and Lifeskills. The programme is designed to cater to the changing needs and learning abilities of students as they grow. For example, a topic on bulugh (preparation for puberty) is briefly introduced to 9 yera old students and is later discussed in depth when they are 12 and revisited again when they are 13. This is done so that appropriate topics can be introduces gradually at different stages of the students' lives. This would meaningfully impact them given their increased maturity.
Are basic Islamic knowledge such as solat and quranic reading covered in the aLIVE programme?
The aLIVE curriculum covers solat learning and quranic reading in all levels of the programme (Kids, Tweens, Teens and Youth) from the basics. All these content of solat learnig and quranic reading is distributed in dfferent levels to ensure that learning is conveyed age-appropriately. Our new publications, aSL (aLIVE Solat Learning) and aQL (aLIVE Quranic Literacy) can become a quick reference and a guide to answer all fundamental questions. For more information, pls visit
or visit any of the aLIVE centres to know more about our programmes in detail.
Can I use the aLIVE curriculum to teach my children at home?
The Kids aLIVE Home Edition allows parents to teach their children aged 5-8 years old at home using the aLIVE materials online. There will be scheduled check-in times at designated mosque in Singapore. For more information and registration, visit
How is the aLIVE programme conducted?
Parents may choose to enrol their children in the Academic Year Programme, Holiday Programme or the Kids aLIVE Home Edition. The Academic Year Programme is conducted in a 3-hour weekly session over 10 weeks in each term. There are 4 terms in a year. The Holiday Programme is available during the June and December school holidays. It serves as an abridged version to the Academic Year Programme. The Kids aLIVE Home Edition allows parents to teach their children aged 5 to 8 years old at home using the aLIVE materials online. There will be scheduled "check-in" times at designated mosques.
How do I register my child to the aLIVE programme?
Registration can be done at individual centres. Please contact your prefered centre for more centres on what to bring. The contact details of the centres can be found in this link:
How much are the monthly fees?
The fees for the Academic Year Programme (weekly) range from $20-$50 per month while the Holiday Programme (school holidays) ranges from $35-$50. Students who require financial assistance may apply to receive the Islamic Education Fund (IEF).
Can I apply to be a teacher to teach the aLIVE programme?
Teachers need to have received formal training in Islamic religious knowledge and are preferable ARS-certified. Teachers are assigned to classes based on their Islamic religious knowledge qualifications amongst other factors. If you are a graduate from an Islamic religious institution and are passionate about guiding others to learn and practise Islam, do contact the mosques to consider a career in teaching aLIVE. Applications are made direct to the mosques. Do contact the following mosques to find out more.
What are the background and qualification of the teachers in the aLIVE programme?
Teachers must have received formal training in Islamic religious knowledge. Many of the teachers are graduates of established Islamic learning institutions such as Al-Azhar University and the International Islamic University of Malaysia. As part of aLIVE teacher development, teachers also receive training and guidance on implementing the aLIVE curriculum, engaging students in learning Islam, designing lessons, managing student behaviour and assessing students for learning.
Do the aLIVE teachers receive training regularly?
aLIVE teachers' professional development is guided by the aLIVE Teacher Competency Framework. The framework outlines the knowledge, skills and attributes that are required of aLIVE teachers. It includes Islamic content knowledge, teaching and facilitating skills as well as leadership skills. Teachers are given opportunities to attend courses and participate in learning activities that support the development of these competencies throughout their career in aLIVE. Training and development activities are heavily subsudised by the Teachers' Training Grant.
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