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Our Programmes

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Admissions

 

Primary Registration

Eligibility

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Application only open to girls

(born on or between
2 Jan 2016 - 1 Jan 2017)

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Singapore

Citizens only

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A non-refundable $50.00 administration fee is payable for each application

Required Documents

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One passport-sized photo of applicant (with Tudung)

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Birth certificate of applicant

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Singapore NRIC

of parents

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Marriage / Divorce / Custody / Death certificate(s)

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Latest Progress Report

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Medical report stating health condition(s), if any

Secondary Registration

Eligibility

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Application is open only to girls

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Singapore Citizens only

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A non-refundable $50.00 administration fee is payable for each application

NOV

Registration will be opened in early November

Required Documents

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One passport-sized photo of applicant (with Tudung)

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Singapore NRIC

of applicant

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Singapore NRIC

of parents

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Marriage / Divorce / Custody / Death certificate(s)

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Latest Final-Year Examination result slip

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Medical report stating health condition(s), if any

Please email ONE softcopy on each required document to, admin@alsagoff.edu.sg

Payment

1. Bank Transfer to OCBC Al-Wadiah Current Account no. 640-835492-001

2. PayNow to UEN Code: S12MM0005J

Please indicate Secondary Registration and name of student under remarks/reference. 

 

Candidates from madrasahs are required to sit for an entrance test to assess their ability in the Arabic Language. A minimum of 60% score is required to be attained in each subject tested in order to be considered for admission.

Diploma Pengajian Islam (DPI) Registration

Eligibility

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Application is open only to girls

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Singapore Citizens only

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A non-refundable $100.00 administration fee is payable for every application

Required Documents

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One passport-sized photo of applicant (with Tudung)

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Singapore NRIC

of applicant

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Singapore NRIC

of parents

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Marriage / Divorce / Custody / Death certificate(s)

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Latest Final-Year Examination result slip

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Medical report stating health condition(s), if any

Please email ONE softcopy on each required document to, admin@alsagoff.edu.sg

Payment

1. Bank Transfer to OCBC Al-Wadiah Current Account no. 640-835492-001

2. PayNow to UEN Code: S12MM0005J

Please indicate Diploma Pengajian Islam Registration and name of student under remarks/reference. 

 

Candidates from madrasahs are required to sit for an entrance test to assess their ability in the Arabic Language. A minimum of 60% score is required to be attained in each subject tested in order to be considered for admission.

Curriculum & Syllabus

Today, Madrasah Alsagoff Al-Arabiah has about 300 students enrolled across its 12-year educational program. Throughout the first 10 years at the Primary and Secondary level, students build a strong foundation in Islamic subjects, learning and memorizing the Qur’an and hadith, as well as other essential subjects that include tafsir, tauhid, fiqh, sirah (Islamic history), and akhlak.


The Diploma in Islamic Studies (DPI) Program that was introduced in 2013 offers our students a chance to further develop their understanding of Islam with subjects like Fiqh Mu’amalat, Usul Fiqh, Tarikh Tasyri’ and many more. With the Diploma in Islamic Studies, our students are well-prepared to continue their education in prestigious Islamic institutions in the Middle East and Malaysia such as the Al-Azhar University in Cairo, Egypt, Yarmouk University in Jordan, Univesiti Sains Islam Malaysia (USIM), Kolej Universiti Islam Selangor (KUIS) in Malaysia and others.


In keeping up with the rigorous educational landscape of Singapore, Madrasah Alsagoff Al-Arabiah follows the Singapore national curriculum closely. At the end of Primary Six, our students sit for the Primary School Leaving Examination (PSLE). Our school also offers subjects at the O-Levels and A-Levels at the end of the Secondary and Pre-University levels respectively.


Madrasah Alsagoff Al-Arabiah is largely self-funded through the Syed Mohamed Ahmed Alsagoff (SMA) Wakaf, with occasional grants from the Islamic Religious Council of Singapore (MUIS) and contributions from society. Madrasah Alsagoff Al-Arabiah is recognized by the Urban Redevelopment Authority (URA) as a heritage school.

 
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School Calendar 

 

Programmes for Primary, Secondary & Diploma Pengajian Islam (DPI)

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Diploma Pengajian Islam (DPI)
 
 

STEM Coding

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Objective:

Aims to expose students to think creatively in a computational manner to a point where they can obtain simple algorithms and code the programmes to solve some simple basic problems in their studies.

Primary 1 - Primary 6

PRIMARY 1 - PRIMARY 2

Tell a Story!

Students will be able to create conversation, switch scenes, or do whatever else they can imagine.

Software:

Scratch 3.0 (web based)

PRIMARY 3 - PRIMARY 5

Hello, Byte

Students will learn fundamental coding concepts using real Swift code e.g. commands, functions and loops. Working collaboratively, students will practice predicting the output of their code, as well as debugging their own and others’ code.

Software:

Hello, Byte

PRIMARY 6

Learn to Code 1, Microbit Code for Fun Programme, Boston Edition

Students will learn fundamental coding concepts using real Swift code eg commands, functions and loops. Working collaboratively, students will practice predicting the output of their code, as well as debugging their own and others’ code. They’ll also practice using their skills in visual-based coding apps, solving puzzles and designing their own creations.

 

Students will be introduced to Microbit Code for Fun Programme, Boson edition.

They will learn:

  • To code the micro:Bit using Block Based

  • Introduce to inputs Sensors

  • Introduce to Outputs, such as LEDs, Motor, Buzzer

  • Apply Design Thinking Process to create a prototype to solve a problem.

Secondary 1 - Secondary 3

Course Outline

Students will learn coding, 3D and develop computational thinking through practical exercises. This will also develop student’s computational thinking skills using different concepts, solutions, and design. These are necessary skill sets students must have as we prepare them for the new future.

Secondary 1

Learn to Code 2, Parrot Mambo Programme

Students will learn the variables & parameters in Learn to Code 2. They’ll also practice using their skills in visual-based coding apps, solving puzzles and designing their own creations.

 

Students will learn the Parrot Mambo Programme

They will have:

  • Code mambo Parrot Drone using block-based program, Tynker

  • Learn to safely handle a drone

  • Learn about the do and don’ts of drone in Singapore

  • Code Actuator on the drone to drop items

  • Compete in a Mini Competition to apply what they have learnt.

Secondary 2

Tello Edu Programme

Students will be introduced to the Tello Edu Programme.

They will have:

  • Code Tello Edu drone using Text-based program, Apple’s Swift program

  • Learn to safely handle a drone

  • Learn about the do and don’ts of drone in Singapore

  • To test Drone Hypothesis using inquiry-based learning

  • Compete in a Mini Competition to apply what they have learnt.

Secondary 3

Kodable

As the students have completed the Learn to Code Programme, we introduce Kodable as a way to recap and practise the content that was covered before. By now, they are able to think like a programmer.

They are 4 game courses in Kodable:

  • Basic Courses (Sequence, Conditions & Debugging)

  • Introductory Courses (Algorithms, Conditions)

  • Intermediate Courses (Patterns, Loops, Functions & Variables)

  • Advance Courses (JavaScript Basics)

Software:

Kodable

SPECIAL PROGRAMME

Selected students have been identified to have aptitude in coding and will be in Special Programme and the other group will be doing a revision on what they learnt so far.

Special Programme

3D modelling and App Development

6

Students in total 

  1. Rifa Adriana Binte Mustaffa (P6)

  2. Fatimah Azzahra binte Mohamed Fairoz (S1)

  3. Aleeya binte Emran (S3)

  4. Nur Nadhirah Mazidah Pasaribu (S3)

  5. Sumayyah binte Mohamed Hanif (S3)

  6. Syifaa Zahra' binte Aidil (S3)

Students will be introduced to 3D modelling, 3D Printing and introductory mobile App Programme.

They will have:

  • an introduction to 3D modelling.

  • Introduce to 3D printing

  • 3D printing using a 3D printer

  • Introduction to mobile App Development

  • Creating a Multipage app about the school

 

Scheme of Work (SOW)

 

Financial Assistance Scheme

PROMAS

Eligibility Criteria

  1. Zakat status - PCI Level -  $450 & below

  2. Non-Zakat status - PCI Level - $500 & below

Application Period

October till January

Disbursement (June)

  1. Zakat-status - Fully-paid fees + Non-fee assistance of $1,200       (Pri Level)

  2. Non-Zakat status - $100 per month

LBKM BURSARIES

Eligibility Criteria

  1. PCI Level -  $1, 400 & below  

  2. Pass previous year’s examinations (For P1, school’s acceptance letter)

Application Period

Mid-January till mid-February

Disbursement (June)

  1. Primary Level - $350

  2. Secondary Level - $300 - $450

  3. Pre-U Level - $500 - $600

MSAS (PERGAS)

Eligibility Criteria (12 students only)

  1. End-of-year Result - a minimum of 60% or below with good conduct

  2. PCI Level - $650 & below

Application Period

January

Disbursement (June)

4 months fees per student

SPONSORSHIP

Eligibility Criteria

  1. Ineligible for PROMAS, LBKM or MSAS due to PCI Level

  2. In need of assistance due to other factors

Application Period

As & when it is needed

Disbursement (June)

Administered by admin

OTHERS
(Uniform, Books, iPad etc)

Eligibility Criteria

  1. Students under assistance

  2. In need of assistance due to other factors (subject to approval)

Application Period

As & when it is needed

Disbursement (June)

Administered by admin

 
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Our Publications

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Busyaira Alsagoff 

Early this year, a small group of educators of Madrasah Alsagoff Al-Arabiah came together to talk about setting up a literary club for the school. That historic day has officially moulded the formation of the school’s Literary Club to progress in completing the school’s first digital magazine.

 

This has been made possible by the explosive enthusiasm of our student members, led by our Diploma Year 1 student, Nursolihah Binte Norhalim and the dedication and guidance contributed by staff members, Ustazah Damawiyah Binte Jalil and Cikgu Fazila Binte Hadi.

 

The club’s term of reference is to develop a school digital magazine on our school’s website, as a platform of communication with our stakeholders and the public in general. As such, the club has two main objectives which are;

  • To showcase the creative writing achievements of our students in the 3 languages vis-a-vis,  Arabic, Malay and English.
     

  • To support the school in sharing with the community our events and achievements through the development of our students’ journalistic skills in communication.

Downloadable E-books
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1st issue
2nd issue
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