Sekolah Ugama Radin Mas
VISION & MISSION
- Towards an Al-Quran scholars’ generation.
- Developing elite tahfiz students.
- Developing a top class full-time Tahfiz Institution.
- Mohd Amirullah bin Mohd Arshad, Pengetua
- Muhammad Huzaifah bin Abdul Raub, Ketua Jabatan, Tahfiz
- Jalalludin Rumi bin Norman, Ketua Jabatan, Diniyyah | Arabiah
- Muhammad Fairooz bin Osman, Ketua Jabatan, Pembangunan Pelajar
- Haseenah binte Mohd Yusoff, Ketua Jabatan, Akademik
- Muhammad Nur Aliff bin Ibrahim, Tahfiz
- Abdullah Hoosan, Tahfiz
- Mardhiyah binte Md Yusoff, Tahfiz
- Nur Huraidah binte Jumat, Tahfiz
- Nur ‘Adilah binte Watib, Tahfiz | Diniyyah
- Anisah binte Md Noordeen, Tahfiz
- Muhammad Hasyim bin Masnin, Diniyyah
- Muhammad Nur Fahmi bin Tarmudi, Diniyyah
- Muhsin bin Badekruzaman, Diniyyah
- Nur Fathiah binte ‘Abdussamad, Diniyyah | Khat
- Nur Hidayah binte Md Ahiar, Diniyyah
- Mu’azullah bin Mazlan, Diniyyah | Arabiah
- Mariyam Bee binte Abu Bakar, Arabiah
- Siti Namirah binte Hassan, Arabiah
- Fathmah binte Shaik Yahya, Arabiah
- Safiaton binte Alias, Akademik
- Khadijah binte Alias, Akademik
- Mohd Ariff Mahmud Munshi, Akademik
- Sharifah Khadijah Hanim Aljunied, Akademik
- Nur Syahfiqah binte Mohd Jamalludin, Akademik
As the number of students at the surau increased, Haji Sujai Bin Haji Mansur realized the need to build a school to conduct the religious classes. He suggested that idea to the leaders of Radin Mas Kampung, namely, Haji Abu Bakar Haji Abdul Halim, Ahmad Jabri, an UMNO figure at that time, Said bin Ali and Mohd Salleh Kechut. Upon Kiyai Zuhri’s agreement, SURM was built under the leadership of Haji Sujai and the other leaders. In 1956, SURM was registered under no.11 and obtained its license under the Ministry of Education (MOE), Singapore. Haji Sujai bin Haji Mansur was then elected as the first principal in SURM.
At the beginning, SURM served as a half-day school. Its objective was to cater for secular school students who are either studying in the morning or afternoon session. At that point of time SURM operated for two and a half hours daily. The morning session started from 8-10.30am whereas the evening session from 2.30-5pm. Classes were held 5 days a week.
Initially SURM catered only for primary level ranging from primary 1 to 6. The students’ age group varied from 6-18 years old. The syllabus of the school and the books used were taken from religious schools in Johor Bahru. This system enabled a primary student to pursue their education at a ma’had in Johor or Madrasah Aljunied Al-Islamiah in Singapore.
SURM also acts as a place to conduct social activities that strengthen ties between Radin Mas villagers and the community at large. Religious talks, sacrificial acts and all the other activities attracted both the muslims and non-muslim crowd.
In 1968, Radin Mas surau was proposed to become a mosque. With the larger space, more students were able to attend the classes in SURM. When the Radin Mas mosque gave way to the developments of the country, SURM was shifted to Al-Amin mosque, situated only 2km away from the old Radin Mas mosque.
Up till now, it is estimated that there is about 10,000 students who have participated the religious classes in SURM since it was first established.