ICYMI, the registration period for aLIVE is coming! If you’ve not heard much about aLIVE yet, here are four things you might want to take note of if you’re planning to enrol your child into aLIVE in 2021:
Though not all mosques offer aLIVE classes, you’re bound to find one near you with 38 mosques offering aLIVE all over Singapore.
Click here to find out where their centres are.
aLIVE offers 4 stages of programmes to ensure seamless continued Islamic Education for children. These stages are:
Kids (5-8 years old)
Tweens (9-12 years old)
Teens (13-16 years old)
Youth (17-20 years old)
The KAHE programme aims to make experiential-based Islamic learning more accessible to parents and the general public. This free home learning programme comprises a set of activities and materials to support parents in guiding their children in learning Islam at home.
This is for parents who are more comfortable teaching/guiding their children on their own at home.
To register for KAHE, click here.
To support classroom-based learning, aLIVE has also produced an animation series called Alif & Aisya. The series acts as a supplement to some topics taught in aLIVE classes.
Now that you know aLIVE a little better, why not enrol your child into aLIVE? Keep a lookout on their social media platforms as registration opens real soon!
Below is a short clip on aLIVE for those interested to find out more.
aLIVE (Learning Islamic Values Everyday) is an Islamic Education programme by Muis held in mosques in Singapore.
The aLIVE programmes aim to nurture soleh/solehah (pious/righteous) children with taqwa (God-consciousness) and good akhlak (character), knowledgeable in Islam, become practising Muslims, and show care and concern towards others.