The establishment of Brightway International School with the partnership of the reknown Irsyad Trust from Singapore was shared with parents. The promises of a Singapore education model, a smart school with international exposure to students resonated well with parents.
An agreement is signed to bring the world class Singapore Maths Olympiad and other international-class Olympiads to the Maldives. Top performing students from these Olympiads conducted in the Maldives will be brought to Singapore, Malaysia and the region to pit themselves against other International students.
The world renown Singapore approach towards teaching and learning will be brought to Maldives through the use of the internationally-acclaimed Cambridge-approved books by Marshall Cavendish. Beyond just well structured lessons, the curriculum is complemented with interactive eBooks and an online Learning Management system that will revolutionise the teaching and learning process.
This is the first of many collaborations that Al-Irsyad Singapore has with schools in the region. As part of the partnership, the Singapore curriculum and methods will be introduced in Al-Irsyad Satya Islamic School. This auspicious event took place on 16th January 2007 at Shangrila Hotel, Jakarta and is witnessed by Dr Juwono Sudarsono (Defense […]
The Irsyad model continues to strengthen its brand in the region. Pesantren Sabilil Muttaqin hopes to modernize its network of pesantren with the Irsyad system. The auspicious event to seal this partnership took place on 25th August 2008 at JW Marriot, Surabaya and is witnessed by Bapak Muhammad Maftuh Basyuni, Minister of Religious Affairs, Indonesia, Bapak […]
Dr Ibrahim Narong as President of the Assalam Smart School Network signs an MOU with Madrasah Al-Irsyad Al-Islamiah that will lead towards the transfer of skills and systems to all Islamic schools under the Assalam Network. The MOU was signed in Phuket in Oct 2013 with a $300,000 support from Temasek Foundation. According to Dr […]
KOTA MARUDU: Children of two schools in northern Sabah can look forward to a brighter future with the building of two rural hostels to provide better learning facilities for them. The hostels in SK Pantai in Pitas and SK Tanjung Batu in Kota Marudu, costing RM350,000 and RM300,000 respectively, are sponsored by the Al-Bukhary Foundation.