UISA
Imam swadigh Center

 

Hauzatul  Imam Ja’far Al sawdiq (as).

 

By the gress of almighy Allah and the  Barakat blessing of  Ahlul bayt (as) the  enetgetic Hauza is booming, with active 12 youth (male students) from the age of  15 to 24. The institution offers  Islamic Shia studies on  mordern seminary curriculum. It s main subjects, are Fiqihul Islamiyah, Quran, Aqaaedul Islamiyah,Tarekh Akhlaq and Hadiith.

We to Allah to reward who ever done any thing inprosperity of this institution.

Yours faithfully

Swadiq School

 

The school is Shia faith religious founded school based on over two acres of land in the Makindye suburb of Kampala at 6km from city centre, it was established in 2005 using a couple of classrooms built originally as a Madrasa at the adjacent of Mosque. The School has two curriculum; religious syllabus of Shia creed and secular education which is inspected by ministry of Education in this country since it is registered institution. With the help of donors the school has expanded and now has eight classrooms and two dormitories with 35 girls and 37 boys. Among boarding pupils 38 are orphans. The boarders come from as far away as 150 kilometres from the Kampala from different districts of Uganda. The school take responsibility to keep the residence habitable. The residential side of the school is managed by two matrons one for girls and one for boys who live in the dormitories and supervise the daily housekeeping routine such as teaching the boys to wash their clothes and basic cleanness. The school also employs a cook and a watchman. There are 12 teachers supplemented by 5 teachers of Islamic Studies. The school has a clear mission and a vision for the future the School has seven classes for primary level and Nursery section. Due to lack of rooms nursery operates out of one classroom furnished appropriately for this age group. In this section multi-grade teaching is offered where the three age ranges were divided into two table groups. The two teachers are sharing the load and one might be working with a small group while the other teacher is doing something more formal with the rest. The small numbers involved means a lot of individual attention can be given but it also presents a space challenge. All the pupils at school do get something to eat at break time and go home at lunch time. The numbers of pupils are as shown below:

 

Nursery Section

 

Stage

Pupil numbers

Total

Boys

Girls

 

Baby class age 3 - 4 years

8

7

15

Middle class age 4 - 5  years

5

8

13

Top  class 5 years and above

9

5

14

Total

22

20

42

Primary Section

 

It is a happy place and the children clearly enjoy being there. The enrolment is as shown below:

 

Standard

Boys

Girls

Total

P 1

15

16

31

P 2

17

15

32

P 3

16

18

34

P 4

16

17

33

P 5

17

19

36

P 6

23

16

39

P 7

20

16

36

Total

105

102

241

The older students have a very long day starting at 8am up to 5pm which incorporates eleven lessons. Primary 1 to 3 leave at 3 pm and the last hour is taken up with homework preparation. The students are exposed to the national assessment programme and the most recent results from those tests, that were independently marked, are shown in the table below:

Examination Division

I

II

III

IV

U

X

Students

8

13

6

2

2

0

 

 

 

The school is careful about its internal testing such as the mid-term examinations and they show the children are reaching a very good standard.  From the results it is possible to target the able students to extend them and likewise it is possible to identify the slower learners and give them remedial help.

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