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SHOWCASE OF STUDENT'S WORK & PROGRESS

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School Crest, School Motto & Our Pledge

SCHOOL BADGE

“Our distinct identity that defines who we are and where we come from”

SCHOOL CREST

The torch represents knowledge that lights up our life. Without  knowledge,  we will always be in darkness and perform deeds that deviate us from the right path.

The crescent symbolises our true belief in the Supreme Divine, Allah (SWT).

SCHOOL SONG

Madrasah Wak Tanjong lambang cita

Membentuk ummah maju jaya

Berilmu dan berakhlak mulia

Itulah harapan kita

Maju madrasah terus maju

Sama-sama kita berganding bahu

Menjadi ummah bersatu padu

Menuju ke arah yang satu

Chorus:

Berusaha…… berusaha………..

Mengejar cita-cita

Beramal……… beramal

Amalan Rasulullah.

 

Lagu: Cikgu Abdolah Lamat

Lirik: Cikgu Khadijah Sehat

SPREADING OUR REACH


aboutOUR PEOPLE

PRINCIPAL

              Principal                                       Vice Principal

U. Mohd Abdul Halim Mhd Noor                U. Hamyia Hussein

HEAD OF DEPARTMENT (HOD)

HOD (Religious Secondary)

U. Orfiyah Jaffar

HOD (Mother Tongue)

Cg Masnia Nassim

HOD (Academic Secondary)

Mdm Aini Safuan

HOD (Academic Secondary)

Mr Mohd Isa Hassan

HOD (Arabic Primary)

U. Habiba Djamil

HOD (Academic Primary)

Mdm Nurulhuda Saniff

SECONDARY & PRE-U TEACHERS

Arabic Language Department

U. Musthofa Ghozali

U. Diaya Ud-deen Deab Mahmoud Al- Zitawi

U. Raihana Abdul Aziz

U. Faridah Ali

U. Sidah Haron Shahab

U. Siti Masturah Ibrahim

 

Islamic Religious Knowledge Department

U. Esah Idris

U. Sri Nurayu Mat Aris

U. Saodah Sunan

U. Mohd Abu Bakar

 

Academic Department

Cg Siti Mariam Jaffar

Mr Mohd Ghazali Mohd Yacob

Mr Muhd Sufi Ahmad

Mdm Zaiton Harunnar Rashed

Mdm Rahimah Mohd Noor

Mr Najib M S

Mr Iskandar Lim

PRIMARY TEACHERS

Arabic and Islamic Religious Knowledge Department

U. Ainon Mayah

U. Nadiah Tajuddin

Academic Department

Cg Hafizah Majid

Mr Aidalkelana Mohd Razali

Mr Hassan Safie

Mr Javed Karim

Mr Syed Fazal Sakaf

Mdm Mazda Mustajab

Ms Sa’diah Jaafar

Mdm Nishani Abdullah

Mdm Yusni Latua

IT & ADMINISTRATIVE STAFF

IT Coordinator

Ms Norhafisza Mohd Noor

Administration Staff

Mdm Mardiana Jonet

Mdm Siti Farhana Abdul Gafoor

Ms Jamalia Abu Bakar

Ms Muzalzilah Ahmad

GROOMING A CHAMPION MINDSET


What is MWTI's PSLE Average for 2014?

Madrasah Wak Tanjong Al Islamiah scored an average PSLE aggregate of 197 –  well above national school’s 2014 average  benchmark of 171

How does MWTI's PSLE results fare against the other Madrasahs in Singapore?

Wak Tanjong scored an average PSLE aggregate of 197 – the highest across the four madrasahs.

What is MWTI's strategy for the coming year?

“Our strategy was to solve the problem that brought down our school’s aggregate score. We had to help the weaker pupils,” said its principal, Ustaz Mohammad Abdul Halim Mohammad Noor.

To raise standards, the school cut back on religious classes and hired external vendors to conduct enrichment courses. Weaker pupils were mentored by old boys and girls. “Our former students, some of them are in university now, but they came back each week to coach the weaker pupils,” said the 53-year-old principal.

But madrasahs face other challenges, said Mr Noor. “The ustaz of the future must be good in maths, science and critical thinking, and (also) be very human,” he said, referring to religious leaders. “We don’t want to just meet the benchmark – we have to keep doing better each year.”

– See more at: http://news.asiaone.com/news/education/madrasahs-trump-themselves-psle#sthash.8Fr23Tdm.dpuf

ACADEMICALLY AHEAD OF THE OTHER MADRASAHS


Introductory video by students 


$5m Fundraising Target

This is a special year whereby the Madrasah will aim to complete its targeted fundraising of $5 million. Concurrently the Madrasah wil aim to send students to more National level competitions and strengthen their international ties with reputable educational institutes.

How does MWTI's PSLE results fare against the other Madrasahs in Singapore?

Wak Tanjong scored an average PSLE aggregate of 197 – the highest across the four madrasahs.

How to contribute?

BOLD STEPS AHEAD FOR US

Facilities upgrade to support Integrated Islamic learning & bolster 21st century learning

MAYBANK Account : 04144000172

Direct bank transfer account today (No bank charges – All your funds will be used for the upgrading & enhancement of the Madrasah)

What is MWTI's strategy for the coming year?

“Our strategy was to solve the problem that brought down our school’s aggregate score. We had to help the weaker pupils,” said its principal, Ustaz Mohammad Abdul Halim Mohammad Noor.

To raise standards, the school cut back on religious classes and hired external vendors to conduct enrichment courses. Weaker pupils were mentored by old boys and girls. “Our former students, some of them are in university now, but they came back each week to coach the weaker pupils,” said the 53-year-old principal.

But madrasahs face other challenges, said Mr Noor. “The ustaz of the future must be good in maths, science and critical thinking, and (also) be very human,” he said, referring to religious leaders. “We don’t want to just meet the benchmark – we have to keep doing better each year.”

– See more at: http://news.asiaone.com/news/education/madrasahs-trump-themselves-psle#sthash.8Fr23Tdm.dpuf

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