Al Madrasa - DSM was invited by Al Muntazir Girls Primary school to participate in two events with 7 other schools.

The first was Sports & Fun Activities on 5th August.- Ten pupils each from Std 2 and Std 5-6 attended and had an opportunity to socialize with pupils of the same class and compete in games and fun activities.

The 2nd event was an on the spot art competition on the topic "HAPPINESS in our Universe" for pupils of age category 9 -11 yrs. There were 36 participants from 7 schools in Dar es Salaam.
We were represented by 2 pupils from Std 3 and 3 from Std 5. All our entries were beautiful pieces of art which were appreciated by the viewers. Congratulations to all the participants for their efforts.

Mubaraka Kismayuwala was awarded a gold medal for the best entry from MSB and Zainab Moiyedi whose artwork captured the eyes and hearts of the judges, teachers and students was awarded the overall best winning poster.

It is pleasing to note that our children mingled amicably with children from other schools. Their confident partcipation and winning performances impressed the hosts and teachers of participating schools.

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AMSB Educational Institute does not leave any stone unturned in giving education and exposure to its students. Recently, we decided to take our Form III and Form IV students to visit one of the public schools, Ilala Secondary School, on Wednesday, 24th July 2019 with the objectives of:

- Exchanging teaching and learning experiences for both teachers and students.
- Having exposure for students to know about other cultures and socializing with other communities.
- Acquiring life skills through sharing, discussion and observation.

Students from both sides were excited. It was the first time since the inception for Ilala Secondary school to receive such delegation. They appreciated our concern for them, and accredited us for the contribution of developing English language. Similarly, our students also appreciated this exchange program as they interacted and experienced a new environment and learnt about African culture.

Our students evaluated the trip as follows:

- “The trip was very educative and we learnt a lot about English and Kiswahili languages, life skills and formed friendship with our peers from a different culture.”
- “We realized that these students come from far to acquire education but they were very serious on the issue of studying.”
- “Although their classes are large, they were well disciplined, and followed what they were being instructed.”
- “We witnessed that despite the harsh environment our counterparts were motivated to come to school and learn every single day. This made us appreciate the modern facilities, spacious and comfortable classrooms and conducive learning environment of Al Madrasa.”

We thank both schools’ administration for their support and cooperation. Inshallah this type of activities will enhance self-awareness, interaction with other societies and learning life skills.

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Upon receiving the positive response in the last 2 years, Father’s day has become our yearly feature. And this was the 3rd year we got the opportunity to organize “Father’s Day”

Aim :

  • Spending quality time. As per Moula’s bayan Father’s day and Mother’s day should not be just once in a year, it should be every day.
  • Fathers play an important role in the healthy development of a child.
  • Fathers to take on multiple tasks as often they are considered secondary for parenting the child and they take a back seat.

This year’s theme was Indoor board games and traditional outdoor games. “Blast from the Past”.

The program started with Tilawat ud dua by kg.1 students, followed by a heart touching rhyme by them for their Fathers. Then fathers got the chance to rejuvenate themselves and to create a special bond with their children by playing

Indoor games : Jenga, memory card games, carom board, twister, tic-tac-toe with slate and chalk and puzzles

Outdoor games : lemon and spoon, 7 stones, feet on feet, blind fold walking.

Conclusion : Fathers remembered their childhood by involving themselves  in  the games which are hardly played these days due to the excessive usage of T.V., ipads, mobile phones etc. They had wonderful time with their children and appreciated the teachers effort for the organized program and the memories they got to cherish forever.

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The Investiture Ceremony was conducted on Wednesday, 30th january in Tilawat ud dua.The Ceremony commenced with the Al Masool welcoming the Discipline Committee Head and other members.
Mr.Yahya, Mr.David and Mr.Emmanuel welcomed the team of prefects on the stage and finally announcing the Head Boy and Head Girl.

The following are the names of the prefects selected.

Head Boy:  Hatim Valibhai 
Head Girl:   Munira Janoowalla 
Asst Head Boy:  Mohammed Alihussein 
Asst Head Girl:   Nafisa Vajihee  

Prefects:

Hussein Hakimuddin  
Yusuf Janoowalla 
Al-Anwar Janoowalla  
Adam Badri   
Taha Bakir   
Danial Juzer   
Murtaza Essajee  
Mustafa Jamaly     
Hussein Shahi                    
Khadija Jamaly                            
Ummesalama Akberali               
Alefiyah Zavery                           
Zainab Dossajee                          
Rashida Rehmanji                       
Amatullah Zavery                         
Ruqaiyah Burhanuddin               
Ruqaiyah Hassan                        

HOUSE CAPTAINS

RED     

Behla Dawoodbhai 

Mariyah Yusufali                                                                 

YELLOW 

Aliasgar Amijee

Fatema Chakera

BLUE 

Burhanuddin Tapya

Sakina Kaderbhai

GREEN 

Taher Zavery

Ruqaiyah Zavery

Oath was taken by the prefects with the Masool and hence the programme ended with Wazifatu Shukr.

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