Our Vision

towards a rabbaniyun generation

To develop young Muslims to be confident, compassionate and committed to contributing positively to members of the wider community.

Our Mission Statement

Our Mission Statement

To provide basic Islamic knowledge to enable students to carry out their responsibility as Muslims and to make intelligent choices based on the Quran and the Sunnah.

A generation that is nurtured with Islam, iman, and taqwa that is a rahmah (blessing) for themselves, parents, community, and the world itself.

Our School

Madrasah al-Muhajirin (School of Migrants) was set up to benefit everyone from within the community. It is the result of the enduring efforts of teachers and individuals who, through their endless efforts and sense of responsibility towards Allah’s deen, had paved the way for our children to flourish, guided by ad-deenul islam.

Since its inception, the school has moved from various campuses up to our current location. Insya Allah, with His blessing, we look forward in continuing to conduct our programmes efficiently in educating our children in the best way possible.

We believe that there is a difference in knowing and understanding Islam, and applying it to our daily lives. As such, we want to help raise our children with a good understanding of Islam in such a way that it reflects in their everyday life and their character.

This being a weekend school, how much we achieve in educating our children will very much depend on ourselves. We believe that only with careful planning and enduring efforts from everyone can we move forward, praying to Allah (swt) for taufiq and hidayah and for His rahmah, insya Allah.

Our Children

Our students comes from many walks of life, with diverse family and educational backgrounds. Some are from islamic schools whilst others are enrolled in state-run non-denominational schools or other private institutions. Regardless of their backgrounds, we realise the importance of exposing our students to an islamic learning environment that promotes good examples to help mould them into good muslims in the future.

Recognising that children will look up to their parents and teachers as their role models, our teachers also work closely together with parents in educating our students.

Our Community

In the early 2000s, the Malay Muslim community in Melbourne’s northern suburbs realised that their community was growing through an increase in families migrating and settling in the area. With this realisation, the community undertook efforts in preserving our Malay values with Islamic perspectives. This marked the origins of the madrasah. Over the years, what began as something to cater to the local Malay Muslim community expanded to include other Muslim communities. Currently, Madrasah al-Muhajirin opens our doors to Muslim students from any walk of life. Alhamdulillah.

Madrasah Al Muhajirin Statement of Commitment

Madrasah Al Muhajirin is committed to ministering to children, young people and valued volunteers by providing an environment that is physically, emotionally and spiritually safe.

Madrasah Al Muhajirin is committed to ensuring the safety and wellbeing of all children and young people and will endeavour to provide a safe and supportive environment for children and young people by the following safeguarding measures: Recruitment processes (screening, selection, interviews etc.), Working With Children Check, Training, Induction, Supervision and Reviews.

The following values reflect the culture that we are committed to promoting within Madrasah Al Muhajirin: Due diligence, Integrity, Duty of Care, Transparency, Inclusivity and Teamwork.

Thank you for your support.

You can donate to Madrasah Al-Muhajirin via Bank Transfer.

Your contributions will be used to improve the Madrasah.

Jazakallah Khair