Action Packed Business Coaching Workshop -
Limited places - To register, please contact: Mohamed Kassamali, Sadiq Muraj or GulamAbbas Peera or email email@example.com
Parents morning for Primary students will take place on two days. Sunday 16th June and Sunday 30th June.
Along with the sporting events there will be food (BBQ) available and other activities organised by different sections of the community. We encourage families to attend and bring games, sports equipment and anything else which will help to make the day a great event for the whole community.
A recent census held by the KSIMC of Birmingham found that its population has grown by 43% in just a twelve year period. This has largely been due to the migration of people from Jamaats all over the world, due to Birmingham's excellent universities and work prospects.
As a result, Birmingham Jamaat is embarking on the Mehfil-e-Abbas Project, which aims at creating a centre that accommodates this rapid growth so that the community's needs are fully met.
Sometimes, it is easy to embark on such capital projects of bricks and mortar and forget the essence of what this community is really made of: its spirit. They say it takes a village to raise a child, and this statement is most true of our Jamaat here and across the globe. We become defined by the values instilled within us by these communities, yet sometimes it is easy to lose sight of just how important these communities are to us.
Our centres nurture us right from our cradle to our grave. Mothers within our community are given guidance and support during pregnancy. Once born, our children are given Islamic understanding through Madrasah. In our youth and adulthood, we are offered opportunities to socialise, through sports and other means. We develop our love and understanding of our Holy Masoomeen (a.s.) through lectures and various other programmes. The centre is where we come together to celebrate the happiest moments of our lives, such as weddings and where we turn to for support during our toughest times, when faced with the funeral of a loved one.
On Sunday 23rd June students from P1 - P4 will be visiting the nature centre as part of their Dinyat lessons on Understanding the Creations of God.
PLEASE NOTE THE DEADLINE FOR RETURNING SLIPS AND MONEY HAS NOW PASSED. IF YOU HAVE NOT RETURNED THE SLIP AND THE MONEY WE CANNOT TAKE YOUR CHILD DUE TO INSURANCE REQUIREMENTS. THERE WILL BE NO MADRASAH FOR THOSE WHO DO NOT ATTEND.
Students are asked to arrive at 9.30am on Sunday 23rd so departure can be as swift as possible. Please do not give any money to students and provide them with a packed lunch. Madrasah uniform is still required for boys (blue jumper or white/navy blue collared shirt) however girls do not need to wear Abayas, just white or black scarf and comfortable clothing.
We hope students enjoy this experience.
Birmingham Jamaat is embarking on a plan to expand its current centre and is looking to engage the services of the following professionals:
If you possess the requisite professional qualifications, are working in the UK and able to travel to Birmingham on a regular basis, please email firstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.com in order to request further information so that you may prepare a fee quote.
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