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2020 HSC Results

Congratulations to the Al Amanah College graduating Class of 2020. Despite all the challenges they have faced this year due to the pandemic, they have proven to be a talented group of young men and women. Students have achieved some outstanding results! Perseverance, resilience and dedication are just some of the words that describe this year’s cohort and their amazing efforts. Results include: · 16 Band 6 results in the HSC courses · 2 band 6 results in the Extension HSC courses. Moreover, it is also very pleasing to note: · 43 Band 5 results in HSC courses · 6 E3 in the HSC Extension courses. The overall results across the Year 12 HSC courses are representative of our senior student’s commitment to engage in learning and their desire to attain excellence. The HSC results in 2020 have made the wider college community proud. The 2020 graduating Year 12 cohort has worked with diligence and perseverance throughout the pandemic and have been rewarded for their commitment to academic pursuits. Al Amanah community has worked collaboratively throughout the 2020 academic year to achieve ongoing improvement in student outcomes in all areas of schooling. The 2020 HSC class has consistently demonstrated Al Amanah College ethos and values with pride as well as reinforcing the academic tradition of the school. The following students have attained outstanding results: Bilal El Omari, Numeer Imtiaz, Adeeb Abdul Malik Thottasseri, Danna Rajab, Mariam Abdallah, Nada Khaled, Deema Jalloul, Tia Saad, Rhyanna Husseini, Abdullah Alobeidi, Abdullah Qadri Rajpoutbhatti, Yahya El Masri, Ahmad Walid Dabboussi and Mohamad Farhat. The HSC class will matriculate to university studies in 2021. A significant number of students received offers of admission into their preferred courses in universities well before the release of the HSC results and ATAR. It is envisioned that all of…
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K – 5 Presentation Day 2020

On Friday 11 December 2020, Al Amanah College held the Kindergarten to Year Five Awards Presentation Ceremony in the Liverpool campus Grand Hall. Primary students were excited to end the year with a short presentation day highlighting their academic achievements over year. The Year K-5 Presentation Day was divided into 3 groups beginning with K-1, then Years 2-3 and then followed by Years 4-5. As part of the school’s COVID-19 action plan which adheres to the Department of Health restrictions on social gatherings, the school provided the opportunity for a maximum of 1 parent/caregiver to attend the ceremony to view their child’s academic achievements and successes throughout the 2020 academic year. However, special measures were implemented including check-in procedures including Eventbrite registration and QR codes on arrival and seating arrangements within the hall that adhered to the social distancing of 1.5 metres between each seat. A video was played which projected the school’s 2020 academic and community-based achievements during the COVID-19 period. The video showcased an important and central message by the School Principal Ayman Alwan which emphasised that the leadership team have been working tirelessly to develop and implement an effective COVID-19 risk management plan for our school. Throughout this period, students were set up to continue succeeding throughout the online learning platforms and it showed in their return to school as the support network expanded. The most eagerly anticipating event of the morning was the award ceremony which highlighted student’s achievements from across the K-5 cohort based on either their academic achievements. On behalf of Al Amanah College, we wish all students and their families a happy and safe holiday. Looking forward to seeing everyone energised and motivated for the 2021 academic year.
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Year Six Graduation 2020

On Thursday 10 December, Al Amanah College held the Year Six Graduation in the Liverpool Grand Hall. Mr Alwan, teachers, and parents came together on the night to celebrate the achievements of our wonderful Year Six students, hosted by our delightful MC’s Lana Awad and Salim Alwan. As part of the school’s COVID-19 action plan which adheres to the Department of Health restrictions on social gatherings, the school provided the opportunity for a maximum of 2 parent/caregiver to attend the ceremony to view their child’s academic achievements and successes throughout the 2020 academic year. However, special measures were implemented including check-in procedures including Eventbrite registration and QR codes on arrival and seating arrangements within the hall that adhered to the social distancing of 1.5 metres between each seat. The celebration began with Mr Alwan addressing parents and students, followed by a beautiful recitation of the Holy Quran by Enora Mehedy. Shiekh Muhammad Halabi gave an insightful religious lesson which was followed by a heartfelt speech from the 2020 School Captains, Iman Rifi and Muhannad Mouslemani. The Year Six students gave memorable English and Arabic performances showcasing their talents. The night ended with the School Captains presenting the gift to the school and Mr Alwan cutting the graduation cake. The students and parents both enjoyed a delicious buffet where they spent their last moments together as Year 6 students. We would like to wish them all the best moving forward into the next chapter of their lives!
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Year 7 – 9 Awards Ceremony

On Thursday 10 December 2020, Al Amanah College held the Year 7 - 9 Awards Presentation Ceremony in the Liverpool campus Grand Hall. The 2020 Year 7-9 cohort have demonstrated leadership, academic excellence, resilience and persistence during the turbulent COVID-19 pandemic. The Year 7 – 9 Presentation Day was divided into year groups beginning with Year 7, then year 8 and then followed by Year 9. As part of the school’s COVID-19 action plan which adheres to the Department of Health restrictions on social gatherings, the school provided the opportunity for a maximum of 1 parent/caregiver to attend the ceremony to view their child’s academic achievements and successes throughout the 2020 academic year. However, special measures were implemented including check-in procedures including Eventbrite registration and QR codes on arrival and seating arrangements within the hall that adhered to the social distancing of 1.5 metres between each seat. A video was played which projected the school’s 2020 academic and community-based achievements during the COVID-19 period. The video showcased an important and central message by the School Principal Ayman Alwan which emphasised that the leadership team have been working tirelessly to develop and implement an effective COVID-19 risk management plan for our school. Throughout this period students were set up to continue succeeding throughout the online learning platforms and it showed in their return to school as the support network expanded. The most eagerly anticipating event of the morning was the award ceremony which highlighted student’s achievements from across the year 7 to 9 cohort based on either their academic, sporting and extra-curricular participation. On behalf of Al Amanah College, we wish all students and their families a happy and safe holiday. Looking forward to seeing everyone energised and motivated for the 2021 academic year.
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