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Year 11 SRC Speeches – Online

During weeks 6 and 7 of Term 3, Year 11 SRC candidates were given the opportunity to present their speeches as part of the 2022 Senior Leadership Team selection process. This year due to the lockdown the event was held virtually via Microsoft Teams for the first time in the presence of the school Principal – Mr Alwan and all secondary school teachers and students. The event was a huge success despite being held online, it was good to see the students and teachers smiling faces and sharing positivity online through the screen. The secondary school students and teachers were all supportive of the speakers, and complimented them throughout. All candidates expressed their passion and dedication to the school and what it would mean to them to become a part of the senior leadership team, they presented powerful and inspirational speeches which impressed the virtual crowd. They also drew upon their own personal experiences at Al Amanah College and expressed their gratitude towards the school. We would like to thank the Secondary School SRC coordinators Miss Zahra Al-Amiri and Miss Jessica Ech for their efforts in organising the speeches. We wish the Year 11 candidates the best of luck and congratulate them on their commendable speech efforts!
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Congratulations Year 12 2021

As the trial examinations approach, and Year 12 have their final lessons with their teachers, we say a bitter sweet goodbye to our beloved Year 12 cohort of 2021. Our wonderful students made sure their last lessons with their teachers were as interactive and enjoyable as possible and that all left with a smile. On behalf of the Year 12 teachers, we are all proud of every one of our student’s achievements over the years, especially their perseverance during the many challenges of 2021. We would like to remind our students to remember that the gates of this school will always be open for them. We also extend our gratitude to the parents of the Year 12 cohort who have worked tremendously hard to ensure that their children achieve their very best. It has been a long road, with many ups and downs, but we would like to end by advising our students to rely on Allah and always have the correct intention for the sake of Allah as they approach their first exams on Monday. The staff at Al Amanah and Year 12 teachers are thankful to have been teaching this fantastic cohort, and wish our Year 12 students the best for their trial and HSC examinations. A big congratulations to the 2021 Year 12 cohort on completing their high school studies! Message from the Principal Dear Year 12 Students, We have reached the end of your Year 12 schooling and it is with a heavy heart that I send you this email as we enjoy every year to see you all together and enjoy our times within school grounds as you say goodbye to your teachers and your friends. In saying that, we have made history with you all and it was lovely to see you all enjoy…
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Western Sydney Careers Expo 2021

On the 24th of June, our Year 11 and 12 cohorts attended the 2021 Western Sydney Careers Expo at Sydney Olympic Park. Due to COVID restrictions, all attendees were required to wear face masks upon entry. The senior students continually see value in this excursion as they see the vast range of opportunities to explore careers and study options post HSC. The exhibitions were comprised of different universities around Sydney, employment services, colleges and academies, careers advisors, as well as organisations for different apprenticeships. Students had the opportunity to visit all the exhibitions which peaked their interest and gathered information on how they could pursue these paths post HSC. In addition to the exhibitions there were numerous seminars organized by NESA, which provided valuable information on study tips, subject selection, exam techniques and careers. The Western Sydney Careers Expo also helps prepare students make informed decisions about selecting undergraduate courses, the nature of learning at university, scholarship opportunities, as well as special entry requirements. Students were able to see the value of the exhibition in encouraging the need to plan and implement effective study plans in order to attain the ATAR requirements for their preferred course. Overall, the 2021 year 11 and 12 cohort had an enjoyable day whilst gaining insightful information about various careers and university pathways.
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University of Sydney ‘Arabic and Me’ Competition

تحت عنوان "لماذا نتعلم اللغة العربية"؟ قام طلاب مدرسة الامانة الإسلامية ليفربول بالاشتراك بمسابقة أعدتها جامعة سدني لقسم اللغات وبالاخص طلاب اللغة العربية. اشترك في المسابقة طلاب من عدة مستويات حيث قدموا مواضيع تتحدث عن تاريخ اللغة العربية وعبروا عن مدى حبهم للغتنا الحبيبة لغة القرءان ولغة الرسول عليه الصلاة والسلام تم تقديم الشهادات على الطلاب وحازت الطالبة نور مسلماني من الصف الثامن على المرتبة الثالثة كما حصلت الطالبة ميساء المصري على شهادة العمل المتميز. ومن الصف العاشر تلقت التلميذة دورا رجب شهادة تقدير لاشتراكها بهذه المسابقة كلية الأمانة تتقدم بالتهاني لطلابها الأعزاء وأهاليهم الكرام والى نجاح مستمر ان شاء الله - Ms Mouna Marouk After entering the “Arabic and Me competition” organised by the University of Sydney, I, along with Noor from year 8, attended the award ceremony at University of Sydney on Sunday 20 June 2021 as finalists. The ceremony itself was interesting, with various cultural performances including poetry. I ended up receiving an award for high commendation while Noor secured the third place in the category of 7-10. I loved participating in the competition and seeing sample of other entrees from students from different schools. We thank our school Principal Mr Alwan for his support and for attending the ceremony along with Ms Mona who has always been the backbone of the success of the Arabic language in the high school. A special thanks to our parents who joined us on the day and for their lover, care and support. - Maysa El-Masri
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