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  • 2021 Enrolments OPEN

    18 November 2019

    Al Siraat College is accepting enrolment applications for children wishing to enter in all levels from Foundation to Year 12 in 2021, subject to vacancies. When applying ONLINE, you need to ensure that your child’s application is complete, ie. you need to upload your child’s. - Birth Certificate or passport copy. - Immunisation… Read more

    2021 Enrolments OPEN
  • Annual Art & Tech Exhibition 2019

    15 November 2019

    Our annual Art & Technology Exhibition is back! This year’s exhibition will focus on exploration of ideas and great artists. This year, we will be displaying over 900 different artworks and projects from every child across both primary and secondary schools. All families are encouraged to attend the exhibition and take part in many… Read more

    Annual Art & Tech Exhibition 2019
  • NEXT MONDAY: Ladies Health Workshop 3

    15 November 2019

    Our topic for the second week of Ladies Health workshop is Diet and Nutrition. The workshop will run this coming Monday, 25 November at 2.30pm in the musallah. We welcome all women from the school community, their friends and relatives to attend. Session is held at the ladies side of the Musallah at 2.30pm. Click HERE to… Read more

    NEXT MONDAY: Ladies Health Workshop 3
  • Sunday Gardening Club

    14 November 2019

    Our Sunday Gardening Club continues this coming Sunday from 9.30am – 11am with seasonal planting of fruit, vegetables and herbs: We have two more Gardening sessions left for the remainder of this term: - Sunday, 1 December . Parents that have seedlings of fruits, vegetables or herbs they’d like to share to be planted in the community… Read more

    Sunday Gardening Club
  • TUESDAYS: Positive Parenting

    13 November 2019

    Our Positive Parenting sessions are up and running on Tuesday mornings in the Musallah. These sessions are very popular, so please remember to register especially if you need childminding because AMWCHR also supply carers. Click HERE to… Read more

    TUESDAYS: Positive Parenting
  • Pink Stumps Day Fundraiser

    13 November 2019

    This cricket season, our PE Department is getting out in support of Pink Stumps Day to raise funds for 120 more breast care nurses at the McGrath Foundation. To commemorate this fundraising event, Al Siraat will be having food stall fundraisers and running a Pink Stumps Day cricket match between our Year 7/8 students and staff after Jumah… Read more

    Pink Stumps Day Fundraiser
  • Australian Maths Competition Results

    13 November 2019

    The College has received the official results for this year’s Australian Mathematics Competition. A total of 20 students from our Year 3 to 6 classes were selected to participate in this competition and were awarded the following certificates: - DISTINCTION: 1 student. - CREDIT: 9 students. - PROFICIENCY: 9 students. - PARTICIPATION: 1… Read more

    Australian Maths Competition Results
  • Catch Up Vaccinations Reminder

    13 November 2019

    Council of Whittlesea would like to remind our community that it is not yet too late to organise the catch up vaccinations for your child/children in Secondary School. Please attend a Council session as listed in the attachment to organise the catch up vaccinations against the following deseases: - Year 7 students: Diphtheria, Tetanus and… Read more

    Catch Up Vaccinations Reminder
  • Free Waterwatch Program

    12 November 2019

    Merri Creek Management Committee and the National Waterbug Blitz are running a free community event. The Waterwatch program run on the Plenty River at beautiful Carome Homestead in Mernda on Saturday, 30 November 2019 from 11am – 2pm. For more information, please refer to the attached flyer. Read more

    Free Waterwatch Program
  • Positive Change Makers Youth Leadership Workshop

    12 November 2019

    Board of Imans BOI is partnering with Centre for Multicultural Youth to host a Youth Leadership workshop which Al Siraat would highly encourage our students to attend!. Facilitated by Centre for Multicultural Youth project officers, this is a highly interactive workshop covering topics including leadership, team building, identity and… Read more

    Positive Change Makers Youth Leadership Workshop
  • FREE Skills Reconnect Program

    12 November 2019

    The Skills Reconnect Program is funded by the Victoria Department of Education and is a FREE program. The purpose of it is to provide financial assistance and social support for people who want to re-engage in study accredited courses. Eligibility criteria: - Aged between 17-64. - Have not attained Year 12 or Cert II certification. - Have… Read more

    FREE Skills Reconnect Program
  • Launch of the Whittlesea Food Collective

    12 November 2019

    Come along for the launch of the Whittlesea Food Collective and help them make it a reality. The Collective will be led by Whittlesea Community Connections on behalf of the Whittlesea Emergency Relief Network. - Date: Wednesday, 20 November 2019. - Time: 4pm – 6pm. - Venue: Building D, Polytechnic Epping Campus. Rsvp for catering purposes… Read more

    Launch of the Whittlesea Food Collective
  • The Academy for Enterprising Girls

    12 November 2019

    We are super excited to share with you the details of a new government-funded program designed to engage Australian girls in innovation and entrepreneurship: The Academy for Enterprising Girls will unlock future career opportunities for Australian girls by fostering an interest in STEM, design thinking and innovation. The Academy has been… Read more

    The Academy for Enterprising Girls
  • IMA: Migrant Youth Project

    12 November 2019

    The Islamic Museum of Australia IMA are calling on young people aged between 13 – 18 to share their stories of migration to form part of an exciting new interactive touch-screen display. This migration display is due to be announce to the public in the coming year and offers a timeless way to share your stories. We encourage our College… Read more

    IMA: Migrant Youth Project
  • Celebrating National Recycling Week

    11 November 2019

    This week marks National Recycling Week from today, Monday 11 to Sunday, 17 November 2019 and our Lower Primary students have been busy learning about ways we could all help to keep our natural environment free of littering and reduce waste. We would like to acknowledge some of our dedicated young students who have been spotted spending… Read more

    Celebrating National Recycling Week
  • $5,600 Raised for Kids Fighting Cancer

    10 November 2019

    With October officially over, it is time for our Al Siraat Cycling Team to relax and celebrate our wonderful achievement for 2019: It has been another successful year of fundraising and cycling for kids fighting cancer via the Great Cycle Challenge. Together as a team, we have raised $5,597.11 and ridden 618km for kids fighting cancer… Read more

    $5,600 Raised for Kids Fighting Cancer
  • A Memorable Program with Mawlana Tariq Jamil

    8 November 2019

    Al Siraat College is privileged to have hosted Shaykh Tariq Jamil, one of the most prominent scholars of the Muslim world. The Shaykh conducted two programs at the College. The first was an exclusive speech and dinner program for key people of the Al Siraat community, as well as various dignitaries. This event took place in the Musalla… Read more

    A Memorable Program with Mawlana Tariq Jamil
  • Islamic Storytime: Learning about Allah’s Creation

    7 November 2019

    Our weekly Islamic Storytime again saw many mother with their bubs under 5 years of age in attendance. This week, the children learnt about Allah’s beautiful and wondrous creations, mashaAllah. The kids had so much fun engaging and learning about Allah’s creations. The session included stories, songs and activities that ended with amazing… Read more

    Islamic Storytime: Learning about Allah’s Creation
  • Celebrating Grandparents Week

    6 November 2019

    Grandparents offer us love that stands out from the rest. The warm happiness in their company cannot be compared to any kind. They sprinkle stardust over the lives of their grandchildren. One of our school values is “RESPECT” – we teach our children to respect, especially the elderly. During Grandparents Week, we had various activities… Read more

    Celebrating Grandparents Week
  • Recycling of Bread Tags Project

    5 November 2019

    Our Student Representative Council and Interfaith Ambassadors students’ groups have taken the initiative to collect Bread Tags to help save the environment. These pesky little pieces of plastic usually go into landfill and because of their small size are particularly dangerous to wildlife. Our aim is to help save bread tags from going… Read more

    Recycling of Bread Tags Project
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