Our Identity, Vision, Mission and Values

Updated January 2022

Our Identity

We are an Australian school in the Islamic Tradition.

Our Vision

Transform how we think and act in ways that are truly inspiring.

It is important to note that we are not responsible for achieving our vision, rather we are responsible for making an effort to achieve it. This recognises the belief in the Islamic Tradition that we are not able to change people – that is the job of The Creator. Our role is to make the required effort and pray for positive changes.

Our Mission

Develop enlightened individuals of learning and character.

The name of Al Siraat means ‘the path’ – which denotes the path from learning to character. This mission is embedded into our foundations and DNA.

Our Values

We enact our school philosophy by living our values.

We value:

  • Living Islam (informs the way live our life)
  • Respectful Relationships (informs the way we interact and deal with other)
  • Real Life Learning (informs the way we teach and learn)
  • Responsible Citizenship (informs the way we walk the earth)
  • It Starts With Me (informs how we change the world)

Al Siraat College supports and promotes the principles and practice of Australian Democracy, including a commitment to: elected Government; the rule of law; equal rights for all before the law; freedom of religion; freedom of speech and association and the values of openness and tolerance.

Child Safety Statement

Al Siraat College has a zero tolerance for child abuse and is committed to acting in children’s best interests and keeping them safe from harm. The School promotes the safety, wellbeing and inclusion of all children, including those with a disability, those who are from a culturally or linguistically diverse background or those who are of Aboriginal heritage. The School carries out appropriate checks to ensure staff and volunteers are suitable for working within a child safe school environment. The College actively supports a culture of reporting any incidents of Child Abuse or harm.

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