On the half time whistle Al-Taqwa were 1 point ahead taking the score to 6-5. A special mention to Yaser Ali Bakhit of 12 D, his brother Khaled of 10E and the two other year 10D boys Mahmoud elHouli and Ali el-Houli who got third in the last week tennis tournament despite fielding three year 10 students in the year 11-12 competition. Losing this game by 10+ goals was a little disheartening for the boys, but having a post-game discussion really made an encouraging difference as they gained confidence. This did not destroy his determination, it actually made his ride more thrilling. The hall came alive with working models which the students took pride in presenting. Questacon was amazing I got too much knowledge about science and much more things. Although there were only 3 minutes left our girls managed to score 3 baskets and ended the first half in front by 6 nil. With 10 seconds to go our girls scored the winning basket. The man of the match was Moonib year 8 who scored 6 goals in that match alone. Few comments from our budding scientists: “All the year 7 students including me were amazed at the experiments the presenter showed us!.” Afrin Shaik, “One of the experiments he showed us, was involved with a balloon (dummy head) being deflated because it was dipped in nitrogen. Soon we were guided towards our activities. Congratulations participants! As well as the beautiful plants, students bumped into native wildlife which weren’t shy to pose for photos. Fatimah worked in Conveyancing, legal practice and in property conveyancing. Students were involved in dressing costumes of different era of old time to experience the school uniforms, fashion dresses and the games and activities in different eras. Our year 10 students Amina Kanj, Amina Fazlic and Sumiya Hassan obtained rank 24 out of the 354 teams that participated in the competition with an aggregate difference of just 0.012370 from the expected results. Representing Al-Taqwa College were Hamza of Year 12, Ali of Year 11, Abdirahman of Year 9 and Hussein also of Year 9, alongside Mr Abdulaziz and our beloved Principal Sheikh Omar Hallak. I consent to and provide permission for the photographic, video or audio recording of my child / student, to be used by authorized personnel in various communications and media (e.g. Extra-Curricular Coordinator. Here are a few words from some students and teachers about their experience. Please enter the student's home postcode. It was a splendid excursion. Students were taken on a journey back through time to see how writing has developed from its earliest forms of cave art to our modern scripts. Well Done to all involved; Mina Atmiko, Siham Abrihim, Samia Hersi, Marwah Rasool, Suhur Sheikh, Nihad Mohamed, Ihsan Boru, Najma Abdullahi, Anntu Yousuf, Hadiya Islam, Asiya Abshir and Aliya Bezuidenhast. This year, grade six students went interstate to Canberra. The tuition fees for 2020, per family, are as follows: Please submit the form once for each child. We would like to congratulate Nadine on her had work and dedication and wish her all the very best for a successful future. I understand that my child / student will not be personally identified in any use of the material. The Incursion for Grade 2 was organised at school premises in multi-purpose hall on Monday, 29 February. We look forward to continuing our debating journey in 2018. I strongly recommend that you watch this video prior to completing the survey in case you were unable to attend the Parent Consultation sessions. Ms Mary, “It was fun, purposeful and life changing experience for both students and teachers.” Our favourite place was mount Ainslie, we got to see the whole city of Canberra. I didn’t know a lot about the old parliament and new house, it was so precious we all had to wear gloves. The girls played in a round robin senario. She advised the students at Year 12 to reach for their goals, she continued to tell them that they needed to have an’ aim and be realistic’ with their goals. One of the students asked ‘what got you to want to do teaching?’ Fatimah answered ‘to help and reach to the youth, like yourselves’. She started with her background, part Aboriginal and part Baluchistan and how her heritage has shaped her to pursue her dreams and continue her education. The PESA Public Speaking Competition is a prestigious competition conducted by VCAA which were held on 24 May for the regional finals. Biography: Ghaith is an incredible role model and inspiration. Please enter how the emergency contact and the student are related. Unfortunately we were late to arrive due to traffic conditions and so had to walk straight onto the court with only 3 minutes left in the first half. There was an extensive program of seminars which ran throughout the Expo. Imran has the making of a great tennis champion despite the school jersey reaching below his knee. What an incredible effort! The expo provided students with a unique opportunity to obtain VCE, career information and resources in the one location. She wanted to gain work experience in the field of Accounting and Finance prior to graduating so applied for a finance summer internship program at Worley Parsons. Her main tips were to not be shy and ask questions. It is reported that Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) said “Teach your children swimming, archery and horse riding” narrated in the hadith from Hazrat Ibn Umar (R.A). The presenter talked about the interesting History of Merri Creek. It’s my pleasure to share my experience about my excursion to Sovereign Hill. Alhamdulillah. This experience will be a cherished and enjoyable memory. Please find the survey link below. The second game was against Ilim College whom we beat with a score of 86 to 44. All the girls in attendance gave it their all and achieved great results for their house. Ms Sandhya, “The Canberra Trip was definitely an unforgettable experience for both teachers and students.” The war memorial was a blast, I learned so much my mind couldn’t hold that much knowledge. Assalamualaikum we are the students who were privileged to go to Canberra, Australia’s capital. Through this the students learned the skills required to be effective leaders. More than 15,000 young Australians have received the Award since its inception in 1993. During the preliminary round we defeated Manor Lakes 4-0 and Suzanne Cory 3-1. As part of the Topic, Grade 3 teachers organised an exciting excursion to CERES Environment Park on 9 and 10 March. Follow, comment and like us to keep up to date on the latest news and activities! Art gallery was so delicate and beautiful and very ancient. The scores were very tight and they were scoring point for point. The girls had a good day running their 3km course. In our final game against The Grange, we defeated them with a score of 54 to 7 thus crowning us district champions. For the second year in a row, we are pleased to say our penpal program with Wonthaggi has been running successfully. My highlight of it all was the Australian National Museum. They were crowned the Wyndham District champions after defeating Tarneit Senior College in the penalty shoot-out. Our girls played hard and they played out of their skin. • the Principal or teacher (where the Principal or teacher in charge is unable to contact me) to administer such first aid to my child as the Principal or staff member may consider to be reasonably necessary including disclosing personal and health information to professional third parties in the event of a medical emergency. There was a sausage sizzle and a competition to win a laptop/tablet, PSW Voucher and a Campion Book Voucher. Administration Office Level 3, 99 William Street, Melbourne, VIC 3000 Contact Us Again the scores went point for point until they were even. I authorize the use or reproduction of any recording referred to above without acknowledgment and without being entitled to remuneration or compensation. On Thursday 2 June, 2016 RMIT representatives gave an overview about occupations to our Year 11 and 12 students. Also, Manhal Muhiyaddeen won best speaker from Al-Taqwa College. Then we went to visit the Matildas (the Australian women soccer team).Then we got to experience doing the sports ourselves, it was an experience we will never forget. We are proud of the boys who played with a big heart despite being small in their sizes for some of them. Meanwhile we came in second in the Inter Islamic schools Basketball competition on 20th April. Although their legs had gone to jelly and the lactic acid had built up, they were determined to beat Minaret, whom they had previously lost to. A big thanks to those Teachers. Campus Course Calendar - List View; Field Courses Scheduled; REGIONAL. We are very proud of them. Akram Boru 10E broke a ten year old high jump record by clearing 160 cm. (03) 9663 3311 (03) 9663 3939. Scroll up to find the fields with an error message next to, or below them. We went on board of the Tall Ship which is stationed at Southbank in the City. When we first arrived we were exhausted from the seven hour trip and soon enough we got in our cabins which was different because the students got to pick their cabin mates. The Homework Club is held upstairs in the Library each Wednesday from 12.50-1.15pm. The secondary school boys had a great time celebrating their sports day on Wednesday 22nd February 2017 at the Newport Athletics Track. Junior IT Girls and Boys Hit the City for an ACMI Experience. He said he had chosen his studies over tennis and thus has stopped his tennis training last year to concentrate on his VCE. The boys behaved perfectly and were on task picking up rubbish after our Dzuhur prayers. Overall the students competed very well and enjoyed themselves tremendously. All in all, the day was a great success and our students were, once again, the representation of all that we stand for here at our college – they were respectful, well-mannered and proud to be a part of this country. Our students, well dressed, well-mannered and well spoken, were outstanding representatives for all that we embody at our college. • 2 Melbourne Cup Day Public Holiday, December 2020 The uniform is compulsory and enforced. The incursion focused on how different colours are formed and on how these lights reflect and refract on various surfaces. We are an Australian school in the Islamic Tradition caring for … They are expected to bring their textbooks, laptops and an exercise book along with their stationery. It was again Team A’s on-the -spot-thinking and persuasive techniques that had the audience and adjudicator convinced that our current lunch- packing system was working just fine. – Proposal 1 (Revised school bell timings) –. Asma spoke passionately about body image and how it should not define who you are.