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  • Bachar Houli: Girls Leadership Program

    14 May 2019

    The Bachar Houli Girls Leadership Program is a three-day residential camp for 12–14 year old Muslim girls which focuses on leadership, health and wellbeing, identity and football development. The Leadership Program aims to build confidence for Muslim women in sport, in the workplace and in society. The aim is to promote physical activity… Read more

    Bachar Houli: Girls Leadership Program
  • New Pedestrian Access to Primary Building

    14 May 2019

    To improve pedestrian flow and access to the Primary building and canteen, we have opened up a new temporary access path via the TEAMS building and our canteen. Please refer to the photo map for details on where to walk for a quicker access to the Primary School building A. The new footpath will be asphalted at a later stage and become a… Read more

    New Pedestrian Access to Primary Building
  • Netball at Al Siraat College

    13 May 2019

    Even though our students were fasting and facing the frosty cold temperature, it wasn’t enough to stop them playing an amazing game of netball against Epping Views Primary School. A great showing with both our netball teams coming through victorious: Team A won 9 to 3, and Team B won 7 to 2. The girls trained and worked collaboratively to… Read more

    Netball at Al Siraat College
  • 2019 Victorian Premiers’ Reading Challenge

    13 May 2019

    The Victorian Premiers’ Reading Challenge is now open and Al Siraat College is excited to be participating once again. The Challenge is open to all Victorian children from birth to Year 10 in recognition of the importance of reading for literacy development. It is not a competition; but a personal challenge for children to read a set… Read more

    2019 Victorian Premiers’ Reading Challenge
  • After School AUSKICK Program returns

    13 May 2019

    Our very popular Auskick Program will be running once again this term, starting after Ramadan on Wednesday, 12 June. EVERYONE is welcome to join in this fun and engaging Auskick Centre, aimed at both female and male students from Foundation to Year 6. All registered participants will receive a gift pack and a football in the final week!!… Read more

    After School AUSKICK Program returns
  • Women Award Nomination for Ms Tanya

    8 May 2019

    The College would like to congratulate our very own Ms Tanya on her nomination for this year’s "Baasila Women Acknowledging Women Awards 2019. The Baasila Awards are an incredible platform pioneered to celebrate the substantial contributions of Australian Muslim women. The inaugural Women Acknowledging Women Awards of 2018 celebrated the… Read more

    Women Award Nomination for Ms Tanya
  • AFL at Al Siraat: Round 1

    7 May 2019

    Round 1 of the School Sports Victoria SSV program commenced on last Friday, 3 May within the Year 5/6 cohort. This term, we have three teams involved in the SSV program – one AFL boys team and two Netball girls teams. With only a handful of players having prior experience in the sport outside of the school environment, the majority of the… Read more

    AFL at Al Siraat: Round 1
  • Calling Students to Participate: Tournament of Minds (TOM)

    6 May 2019

    As part of our Learning Enrichment Program, the College is participating in the Tournament of Minds TOM Challenge for the second year which will be held on 24 – 25 August at La Trobe University. Tournament of Minds TOM is a problem solving program for teams of students from both primary and secondary years. TOM provides students with the… Read more

    Calling Students to Participate: Tournament of Minds (TOM)
  • Students Attending Africa Day Event

    1 May 2019

    Members of our Student Representative Council SRC attended the “Africa Day” at the Library in the Docklands on Saturday, 13 April as part of the Victorian Youth Week 2019. The Victorian Youth Week was celebrated for an entire week, offering our youth an opportunity to express their ideas and views, and act on issues that affect their… Read more

    Students Attending Africa Day Event
  • Customer Care Procedure

    1 May 2019

    At Al Siraat College, we want to create an environment of mutual understanding and respect between all of our stakeholders. We understand that parents have inquiries in regards to their children’s schooling from time to time. It is essential that all of your queries be addressed to your child’s class teacher first. The class teacher knows… Read more

    Customer Care Procedure
  • Reporting Islamophobic incidents

    1 May 2019

    In the midst of this current climate, we are all responsible to report any incidents deemed Islamophobic to the police. It is important to ascertain as many details as possible to ensure swift action can be taken by the police. The Victorian Police have ensured that they will assist us in stopping anti-Muslim behaviour. Please note down… Read more

    Reporting Islamophobic incidents
  • Important Traffic Changes

    29 April 2019

    The safety and well-being of our students, staff, and visitors is a shared responsibility. With this in mind and in the interests of child safety, the College has implemented the following changes: - Al Siraat’s main gates and driveway access will remain CLOSED during school hours and only authorised vehicles will be permitted to enter. -… Read more

    Important Traffic Changes
  • Change of Office Hours

    24 April 2019

    We would like to inform our parents and the wider community that the school office will be CLOSED from 12.30pm until 1pm on a daily basis. This change will take effect from next Monday, 29 April 2019. The health centre will still be manned for all emergencies during this time. Kind regards. Leah Hamel. Customer Support Team Leader Read more

    Change of Office Hours
  • Bunnings School Grounds Painting Project

    11 April 2019

    A friendly and committed crew from Bunnings Warehouse came to the College on Wednesday, 22 March to paint various games on the concrete in the school yard for our Primary School students to use during their recess and lunch breaks. Bunnings generously supplied all necessary materials and labour on the day to complete this project for our… Read more

    Bunnings School Grounds Painting Project
  • Youth Affairs Council Victoria Networking Lunch

    11 April 2019

    On Wednesday, 10 April 2019, a group of Student Representative Council members attended Youth Affairs Council Victoria networking lunch in city office as part of Victoria Youth Week Celebration. Youth Affairs Council Victoria YACVic is the leading advocate for young people aged 12- 25 in Victoria. They provide additional targeted… Read more

    Youth Affairs Council Victoria Networking Lunch
  • Community Conversations on Racial and Religious Vilification

    9 April 2019

    A committed group of students, parents and staff members were amongst an audience of over 60 people who attended the first community conversations forum at Council’s Civic Centre in South Morang in the evening of Monday, 8 April 2019. The Victorian Equal Opportunity and Human Rights Commission VEOAHRC in partnership with Whittlesea… Read more

    Community Conversations on Racial and Religious Vilification
  • Ride2School Day on 2 April

    8 April 2019

    Students and staff joined us for last week’s Ride2School Day on Tuesday, 2 April 2019, for a healthy and fresh start of their school day. As in 2018, we had two different starting locations on offer to encourage more of our students and their families to attend the ride. Option 1: Outside the entrance of "Blue Stone Kitchen" on 286A… Read more

    Ride2School Day on 2 April
  • Secondary Cultural Diversity Celebration

    5 April 2019

    On the last day of Term 1 on Friday, 5 April 2019, students in our Secondary School were invited to wear their traditional or cultural outfits to display the wonderful and colourful diversity found at the College and within the wider community. Our Year 12 Business Studies students had also organised a donut sale during recess and lunch… Read more

    Secondary Cultural Diversity Celebration
  • SRCs Training: Teach the Teacher Ignite

    4 April 2019

    Last week, a representative of the Victoria Student Representative Council visited Al Siraat to run an hour long workshop called “Teach the Teacher Ignite” for our our Student Representative Council SRC members. The workshop included modules like Introductions to the program, expectations of teachers and students, how to ensure school… Read more

    SRCs Training: Teach the Teacher Ignite
  • Mums and Bubs Gardening Workshop

    3 April 2019

    Our Mums and bubs had a wonderful gardening workshop last Friday, 29 March 2019. We learnt a lot on how to get the most of our vegetable garden from the wonderful and very knowledgeable Natasha from "The Sage Garden". We had lots of hands on experiences with vegetable seedling which we planted in 4 planter boxes in our Community Gardens… Read more

    Mums and Bubs Gardening Workshop
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