aLIVE @ Ar-Raudhah Mosque

The aL.I.V.E. Programme is developed by the Islamic Religious Council of Singapore (MUIS) as part of its continuous improvement efforts towards excellence in structured part-time Islamic Education for the young.

aL.I.V.E.( Learning Islamic Values Everyday ) seeks to provide a national baseline Islamic Education curriculum for all young Muslims, 5 to 24 years old to help them face life’s challenges and remain true to their Muslim identity in a multi religious, multi ethnic society and globalised world.

You are the community that hath been raised up for mankind. You enjoin right conduct and forbid indecency; and you believe in Allah.” (Surah Al-Imran:110)

a.L.I.V.E Philosophy

Surely Allah enjoins the doing of justice and the doing of good (to others) and the giving to the kindred and He forbids indecency and evil and rebellion; He admonishes you that you may be mindful.” (Surah An-Nahl:90)

a.L.I.V.E Philosophy

About a.L.I.V.E Madrasah

“Towards An Excellence Akhlaq ( Moral / Character )”

“Ke Arah Kesempurnaan Akhlaq”

To produce an individual Muslim with Faith, Knowledge, Charitable & Lifelong Learning.

Melahirkan Insan ‘4B’ : Beriman, Berilmu, Ber’amal & Belajar Sepanjang Hayat.   

aL.I.V.E. Content & Approach

The aL.I.V.E. program adopt a thematic approach to learning. Different themes appropriate to the different levels are being developed and delivered.

The subjects on Aqidah and Fiqh are presented as “ Faith and Practices”, Akhlaq as “Character & Life skills”, while Iqra’ and Quran Reading under “ Quranic Literacy”. emphasis.

For example, more emphasis are given on Quranic Literacy in the Kids & Tweens aL.I.V.E. programmes.


Our curriculum focuses on a teacher facilitated, child initiated bilingual ( English & Malay ) program. a.LIVE programmes adopt a thematic approach to learning. Different themes appropriate for each level are being taught.

Subject Taught

  1. Faith and Practices ( Aqidah & Fiqh )
  2. Character & Life Skills ( Akhlaq )
  3. Social and Islamic Civilization ( Sirah )
  4. Quranic reading and Understanding
  5. Iqra ( Supplementary )
  6. Practical Solat ( Supplementary )
  7. Hafalan Doa & Short Surah ( Supplementary )

Approach & Key Features

To nurture a love for learning Islam, lessons are conducted in an engaging manner to keep interest levels high. Our teaching approach uses meaningful, value-based, interactive methods to aid active learning and participation.

Madrasah Ar–Raudhah Program

Our Classes A & B are conducted in English & C, D onwards are in Malay. We have included the supplementary subject such as Hadith, Arabic & Dua. Students are encourage to attend Quranic Literacy after or before their classes to improve / proper recitation of the Quran (optional).

Kids 1 – 4 ( 5 – 8 years old)
An early start to Islam: Introduce Islam and its role as a positive guide in their lives.

Tweens 1 – 4 ( 9 – 12 years old)
Exploring, discovering and learning Islam: Builds children’s existing knowledge of Islam.

Teens 1 – 4 ( 13 – 16 years old)
Learning, living and loving Islam and empowering tomorrow’s leaders with Islam: Addresses issues close to hearts and mind of teenagers. It reinforces Islamic values and builds on their existing knowledge of Islam.

YOUTH ( 17 – 20 years old)
This programme provides a variety of modules for youths with different backgrounds and interests. It also provides an opportunity fo ryouths with minimal or no formal Islamic education background to “catch up” via the “Revisit Series”.

Value-added and Supplementary Courses

Our Madrasah also conduct yearly courses, such as:

  • Preparation for Madrasah Full Time Entry Test ( January – March )
  • Madrasah Preparation Class ( September – November)
  • Arabic Classes ( Basic/Intermediate/Advance)
  • Fardu Kifayah
  • ADIL (2017)

*Registration can be done in person at Mosque Main Office, Level 1, during office hours.

Islamic Education Fund (IEF)

The Islamic Education Fund (IEF) offers fees subsidies for mosque madrasah students who come from low-income families. The IEF schemes is based on Per Capita Income (PCI) criteria.

Needy Students Grant
For aLIVE students from a monthly household of Per Capita Income below $450Maximum fee subsidy of $300/student/year AND subsidy of miscellaneous fee of maximum $100/student/year.

Progress Subsidy
For aLIVE students from a monthly household of Per Capita Income(PCI) $451-$500. Maximum fee subsidy of $150/student/year AND subsidy of miscellaneous fee of maximum $50/student/year.

Family Support Rebate
For aLIVE students from a household of Gross Household income: $3000 or less and 2 or more children in the aLIVE programme. One month school fees/students/year per child (Maximum $30)

Kindly obtain the IEF form from our front desk officer during office hours.

For any further enquiries, you may contact our aLIVE Administrator, Ustazah Khamisah @ 6362 0811 or email: