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  • TOMORROW: Mums' Gardening Working Bee

    20 February 2019

    We are thrilled to announce that next week we are starting our very first community gardens here at Al Siraat College. We welcome all mothers from our school community to come along to our first working bee next Thursday morning, 21 February, from 8.30am – 10:30am. Mums with small children are welcome to attend. Light morning tea will be… Read more

    TOMORROW: Mums' Gardening Working Bee
  • How to Access the Parent Portal

    15 February 2019

    Please find important information and a step by step guide on how to access and use our Parent Portal via the related publication below. Our Parent Portal gives you access to the following: - Student timetable. - Finance: Your fee account balance. - Update personal details. - Canteen orders. - Parent Teacher bookings. - School Events Read more

    How to Access the Parent Portal
  • Uniform Shop: Changed Trading Hours

    14 February 2019

    We would like to inform our parents and staff that the trading hours for our School Uniform Shop on site have changed. From this week onwards, the uniform shop will only be open ONCE A WEEK on. Fridays, from 9am -3.30pm. Please call Br. Roesdi directly on 0402 827 722 if you need to organise an alternative opening time. The Lost Property… Read more

    Uniform Shop: Changed Trading Hours
  • 2020 Enrolments OPEN

    14 February 2019

    Al Siraat College is accepting enrolment applications for children wishing to enter in all levels from Foundation to Year 12 in 2020, 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

    2020 Enrolments OPEN
  • Al Siraat Community Gardens

    8 February 2019

    The space we will use for the community gardens has now been confirmed. We welcome our community to complete the survey below, so we can start planning the gardening workshops and working bee days. Please do not forget to share any traditional herbs and plants you would like to see in our community gardens. We want to make our gardens… Read more

    Al Siraat Community Gardens
  • Council’s Parking and Safety Information

    6 February 2019

    We all have a responsibility when it comes to safe driving around school zones. Drivers must take responsibility for parking and driving safely around schools.The following information is per advise of the City of Whittlesea: Understanding the signs around school zones. 40km/h sign. All school speed limits across the State are clearly… Read more

    Council’s Parking and Safety Information
  • Changed Drop Off and Parking Arrangements

    5 February 2019

    Please note that the changed traffic conditions and construction on site have necessitated an amendment to our traffic plan. Please refer to the map and instructions below for details on the guidelines for vehicles, pedestrian, drop off and parking arrangements. - Follow the traffic controllers at all times who are placed at various… Read more

    Changed Drop Off and Parking Arrangements
  • Zero Tolerance Towards Bullying

    5 February 2019

    There is a growing awareness in Australia and other parts of the world about the level and impact of bullying in schools. Likewise, at Al Siraat, we are aware that bullying takes place in every school environment and therefore, have implemented a whole school approach of ‘Zero Tolerance’ towards those students who bully. Our teaching and… Read more

    Zero Tolerance Towards Bullying
  • Australian Of The Year Nominee: Ms Gulhan Yoldas

    1 February 2019

    This year on Australia Day, our very own Ms Gulhan Yoldas, Community Engagement Facilitator of the College received a Certificate or Appreciation by City of Whittlesea Mayor Cr Lawrie Cox for being nominated as "Australian of the Year 2019". Ms Gulhan has and continues to contribute to the betterment of our school and the wider community… Read more

    Australian Of The Year Nominee: Ms Gulhan Yoldas
  • 2019 Term Dates

    1 February 2019

    We would like all new and current parents to take note of the following important dates for our Junior and Senior School students in the new year 2019. The Office reopened on Monday, 7 January 2019. The office hours during the summer break will be from 9am – 4pm. 2019 Term Dates. Term 1: Friday, 1 February 2019 – Friday, 5 April . As in… Read more

    2019 Term Dates
  • NEW School Hours and Bell Times

    29 January 2019

    School Day. Al Siraat College begins and 8:20am each morning and finishes at 3:30pm Monday to Thursday. The Junior School commence every morning with an assembly that includes Quran recitation. On Fridays, the students finish after Jummah Prayers at 2:15pm. During the school holidays, the Jummah as well as Tarawih and Eid prayer times… Read more

    NEW School Hours and Bell Times
  • School Communication and Website

    15 January 2019

    Al Siraat is helping to improve the environment by being a paperless school, ie. our main means of communication with parents, students, staff and the wider community is via sms and email. Where possible, we try to avoid handing out printed information on paper as we found it often gets lost in school bags or does not arrive in the mail… Read more

    School Communication and Website
  • School Reports NOW AVAILABLE Online

    19 December 2018

    As you might be aware, Al Siraat Colleg has shifted to paperless school reports for all our students since mid-2018 when we released our Semester 1 reports online for the first time. Your child/children’s Semester 2 reports for 2018 are NOW AVAILABLE ONLINE. Please note that school reports will NO LONGER be sent out to you via mail. You… Read more

    School Reports NOW AVAILABLE Online
  • Gambling Harm Awareness Forum

    6 December 2018

    This week, we had our final event for the community engagement space, the Muslim Leaders Forum for Gambling Harm Awareness. The event was proudly sponsored by Ethnic Communities Council of Victoria and supported by Victoria Police, SHARC, Arabic Welfare and Banyule Community Health. All community engagement events are MC'ed by our student… Read more

    Gambling Harm Awareness Forum
  • PES: Natural Home Cleaning Workshop

    30 November 2018

    This morning’s Parent Education Seminar PES on "Natural Home Cleaning" with health coach and healthy living advocate Derya Kucukali was truly inspiring. Derya encouraged ladies to be conscious of the health implications that have a direct, often scientifically proven, correlation with the cleaning products they use. She offered several… Read more

    PES: Natural Home Cleaning Workshop
  • Pedestrian Gate Closure

    26 November 2018

    We would like to inform our community that the front pedestrian gate will remain CLOSED between 8:30am and 3:30pm and on Friday until 1:30pm. - The Pedestrian Gate opens at 7.50am. Any Hifz students arriving at the College earlier are encouraged to be dropped off in the main car park. - Any students arriving late at school continue to… Read more

    Pedestrian Gate Closure
  • Urgent: School Family Lost House in Fire

    21 November 2018

    URGENT ACTION NEEDED: We have had devastating news that the Habeeb Family have lost their home and belongings in a house fire on Monday, 19 November. We are currently seeking funds to help them get back on their feet financially as well as with clothes and a few comfort items. Little Zunairah is from Year 2B. As you can imagine, this will… Read more

    Urgent: School Family Lost House in Fire
  • Girls Soccer Club: "Whittlesea Girls Can" Campaign

    16 November 2018

    This month, 13 of our Year 3 students were interviewed by the City of Whittlesea’s Youth Development Officer, Ms JasmineOuaida, for establishing a lunchtime Girls Soccer Club. The City of Whittlesea is currently running the WhittleseaGirlsCan campaign to encourage greater participation of women and girls in sports and recreation in the… Read more

    Girls Soccer Club:
  • Pedestrian Safety

    15 November 2018

    We would like to remind our school community of parents, staff and students that pedestrian and road safety for kids are a SHARED RESPONSIBILITY. Parents need to ensure that their child/children reach the school grounds safely. Until the age of 10-11 years, children need active adult supervision to help them navigate driveways, cars… Read more

    Pedestrian Safety
  • Cancer Kids Fundraiser Update

    12 November 2018

    The 2018 Great Cycle Challenge has officially come to an end on 31 October, and Team Al Siraat would like to give you an update on our fundraising efforts: Our cycling team has raised the incredible amount of $$4,006.23 during this October – all thanks to our charitable Al Siraat community. This month of cycling and fundraising has made a… Read more

    Cancer Kids Fundraiser Update
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