Enrolment 2015

For Enrolments please note the following:

  • ONLINE Enrolment for Academic year Jan-Dec 2015 will commence 1 Dec 2014
  • All details will be posted on our website when Enrolment period opens
  • Children must be 4 by 30 June 2015 to be eligible for enrolment into class 1
  • We do not operate a waiting list ahead of the 1st December 2014 commencement date.
  • The Annual Fee is £80 per child
  • To view our admissions policy please click here


S I Madressa Administration

If the lesson ends in noise or confusion, that is what the class will remember when they next meet you.


  • Talk to the whole class to round off a lesson.
  • Summarise what has gone on, if your lesson requires this treatment.
  • Make a note of unfinished work and anything you must remember for next time, while it is still fresh in your mind.
  • Sometimes tell the students what will happen next week to motivate them to return.
  • Make any announcements at the end of the lesson so that the students remember the information.
  • Put back any furniture you have rearranged.
  • Clean the board.
  • Check the classroom is reasonably clean.
  • If it is the last lesson, close windows, switch off lights and escort the students to the Wudhu area.



  • Walk out, ignoring the class, or ignore them as they leave.
  • Ask the class to remind you to do something the next time – it is your job.
  • Finish the class early and let everyone out – it disturbs the lessons for other teachers.
  • Leave the room in a mess.


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About this Site

This web site is the home of the Shia Ithna'asheri Madressa, London, United Kingdom on the internet. Its main purpose is to be a information portal for our current students, parents and staff members. It also contains useful information for anyone interested in learning about the activities of our Madressa or wishing to replicate them within their own institutions.