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Muslimin Seuksa School. Amphor Bangklam. Songkhla Province

muslimeen Seuksa School’s Background

Muslimin Seuksa School was established in 1957 as a " Poa-noa' " (School of education and training of Islamic Principles).  Operated at the house number 106 Moo 3, Tambon Tha Chang, Had- Yai District, Songkhla Province. It was a single storey wooden building which was built under the cooperation of the Din-laan villagers. Mr. Haji Donlah Mukem was the manager and the Religious teacher.

                 After 6 years of teaching Religious subjects, later in 1969 Hadyai District has made a study on all Poa-noa’ in Hadyai in which from then Muslimin Seuksa School has been registered as an Islamic School and Mr. Haji Donlah Mukem was assigned as a manager. Mr. Sen Ahmad Adam was the headmaster and there were about 40 students attending the class.

                Subsequently, on August 9, 1970, the school and the people of Din-laan united to build a new school building by organizing a charity fair to raise fund. After that, they completed the construction of the new building on June 6, 1971 and used it as a school building on December 15, 1971. We then applied for  an establishment of a school under the article of Poa-noa’ Improvement section 20 regarding “Adult Education Programs” by the Ministry of Education; teaching Arabic, Islamic Studies and Secular Subjects which was carried out in 1971 for a period of time and the operation ceased due to some reasons.

Later in 1999, the school management was transferred to Mr. Yusof Mad-adam as a licensee and Mr. Muktas as a manager. In the same year, we asked for permission of a transformation of School from Section 15 (2) to a school under section 15 (1) of Islamic private schools with secular subjects on April 28, 2004. We taught in the level of Secondary education. There were 64 students in grade 7 during that year.

                 On June 5, 2006, Mr. Yusof Mad-adam, the licensee, had transferred the management of the School to the “Muslimin Foundation for Education” in which Mr. Yusof Mad-adam was the person who countersigned on behalf of the true licensee.  

                In 2007, Muslimin Seuksa School had been permitted to extend its curriculum up to the fourth range; from Grade 7 to Grade 12 and has been carrying on the activities of teaching and learning until today.

In the Academic year of 2011, Muslimin Seuksa School has extended its curriculum; class 1 - 3 in Kindergarten level, class 1-6 in Primary level but there will be only grade 1 to grade 3 available in this year and in the future we will have a full range of classes from kindergarten up to Grade 12 in 2014.


Religious and Secular Subjects Curriculum

The Muslimin Seuksa School‘s Curriculum is the same as of General Education Program for South Africa which was introduced in Thailand by Iqra Muslim School, Bangkok. The classes are available as following.

-                   Kindergarten Level: Class1 – 3

-                   Primary Level: Grade 1 – 6

-                   Secondary Level: Grade 7 – 12

-                   Hafiz – Hafizah

-                   Complete separation of male and female teachers and complete separation of boy and girl students from grade 3 upwards. (Non-intermingled Policy)


School’s Objectives

                Muslimin Seuksa School is a non-profit organization, proceeding for the Hidayah from Allah to its teachers, students and its staff including all Muslims. Everyone should be able to live his/her life according to the Commandments of Allah and the Sunnah of Rasullullah, being a good slave of Allah and an excellent Ummah of Rasullullah and being a good child of his/her parents and a good citizen of the society.


The School Budget

                Muslimin Seuksa School was constructed with the licensee’s own budget in which was not sufficient when comparing to the demand of the materials. Yet, there were many necessity requirements such as Male Teachers and Students’ Prayer Hall, Female Teachers and Students’ Prayer Hall, Kitab class room, Hafiz class room in which have been operated in a temporary building for quite a long period of time. Moreover, the school building is a temporary one, too.


Therefore, the help that the School needs from donors are as following:

1.             Masjid or a Prayer Hall, Kitab and Hafiz class rooms

2.             School building includes classrooms that sufficient to meet the number of both boy and girl students

3.             WC (toilets) for teachers and students; male and female

4.             Sufficient number of computers to meet the increasing number of both boy and girl students

5.             Children toys to enhance the development of children in their particular level of ages

6.             Teaching Aids for the teaching and learning potential in each range of classes

7.             Fund for Free Food: To provide students with good nutrition and hygiene

8.             Scholarships for needy students, low income family, orphans and disadvantaged children


Please contact directly: Muslimin Seuksa School: No. 106 Moo 16, Tambon Tha Chang,

 Had- Yai District, Songkhla Province

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