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2023 APPLICATION FOR ENROLMENT – NOW OPEN 2023 Enrolment applications are now open please visit our website to download an Expression of Interest Form. Once complete please email through the form with the child’s birth certificate, immunisation information and latest school report to the school’s email address Last day for accepting applications is Friday 24 June 2022 Please hurry as our numbers are filling up fast and places are limited. For further information please call the school’s administration office on 9822 8022 or 97081220.  
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Year 12 Graduation Ceremony – 2019

The year 12 Graduates of 2019 celebrated the end of their schooling careers on Friday 20 September. The Head Principal, Mr El Dana, The School’s Religious Advisor Shaykh Ibrahim El Shafie and the campus Principal, Mr Alwan, invited guests, parents and students were all present to congratulate the graduates on their successes. The school’s captains addressed the school as well as Year advisor Mrs Jenan El Ayoubi. The 2019 Year 12 cohort have demonstrated leadership and academic excellence as the senior students of Al Amanah College. Al Amanah College congratulates the following award recipients: Consistent Effort Awards - Selena Abu Lebdeh and Adam Taleb Hawchar Achievement Awards - Kainaat Hameed, Mohamed Elmostafa Hamid and Rouhaifa Mariam Karime Principal Awards - Shadi Khazaal and Mohab Aldeen Sidaoui Special Achievement Awards 2019 - Most Dedicated student of year 12 - Mohamed Elmostafa Hamid Innovation Award - Tamineh Saboune Leadership Award - Mohab Aldeen Sidaoui Most Outstanding Student of Year 12 - Fatima El Cheikh Khalil and Ali Dhafer Alaany The Australian Defence Force- Long - Tan Leadership and teamwork Award - Bahaa Al-Kasem USYD has a Future Leaders Scheme for School Captains - Bahaa Al-Kasem and Princess Zahab USYD DUX - Ali Dhafer Alaany. Age Champion - Bahaa Al-Kasem and Shams Kashashneh Sports person of the year - Adel Kandakji and Fatima El Cheikh Khalil School Captain Awards – Princess Zahab and Bahaa Al-Kasem SRC Awards - Mohab Aldeen Sidaoui, Selena Abu Lebdeh and Tamineh Saboune. The SRC of 2019 handed badges over to the 2020 SRC and welcomed them as the new leadership team, congratulations to: 2020 SRC members Ahmad Walid Dabboussi and Mariam Abdullah 2020 Vice Captains Numeer Imtiaz and Nada Khaled School Captains for 2020 - Muhammad Salim Alwan and Danna Rajab The graduating students commence their HSC Examination…
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For parents – 2019 collection notice

For parents/guardians of students: 2019 Student Residential Address and Other Information collection notice This notice is from the Australian Government Department of Education and Training (the department), to advise you that the department has requested that your child’s school provide a statement of addresses, in accordance with the Australian Education Regulation 2013 (Cth) (Regulation). A statement of addresses contains the following information about each student at the school: • Student residential address (not student names) • Student level of education (i.e. whether the student is a primary or secondary student) • Student boarding school status (i.e. whether the student is boarding or a day student) • Names and residential addresses of students’ parent(s) and/or guardian(s) Schools generate a record number for each student for the purposes of this collection, which is also provided to the department. Purpose of the collection This collection is routinely used to inform Commonwealth school education policy, and to help ensure that Commonwealth funding arrangements for non-government schools are based on need, and are fair and transparent. On 20 September 2018 the Government announced that it will implement a new, improved capacity to contribute methodology used in the calculation of the Commonwealth’s needs-based funding arrangements for non-government schools. This follows a review of the existing socio-economic status (SES) score methodology by the National School Resourcing Board. Further information about the review and the Government’s response can be found here: score-methodology. The information collected in the statement of addresses will be used to refine the new capacity to contribute methodology and may also be used in school funding calculations from 2020. Use and disclosure of personal information Your personal information is protected by law, including the Privacy Act 1988 (Cth). Any use and disclosure of your personal information relating to the statement of addresses will occur…
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