AAC Staff Development Day One

On 28 January 2020, Al Amanah College Liverpool Primary and Secondary teachers were welcomed back by Al Amanah College Principal Mr. Ayman Alwan in the Grand Hall. The College Principal welcomed the new teachers and conducted the seminar on Back to Basics Conduct and the Child Protection Policies and Procedures. During the question-answer session the College Principal provided feedback to teachers to assist with implementing behaviour management strategies within the classroom and to ensure the safeguard of all students’ wellbeing at Al Amanah College. The College and staff prioritise student wellbeing and safety at all times, hence Child Protection knowhow is valued by all stakeholders at Al Amanah College. The College Principal also wished all staff a successful 2020 academic year.
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2019 HSC Results

Al Amanah College HSC Class of 2019 has recorded strong results in the Higher School Certificate Examinations, with some outstanding individual and group achievements across a range of subjects. 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 2019 has made the wider college community proud. Al Amanah community has worked collaboratively throughout the 2019 academic year to achieve ongoing improvement in student outcomes in all areas of schooling. The 2019 HSC class has consistently demonstrated the school’s ethos and values with pride as well as reinforcing the academic tradition of the school. The following students have attained outstanding results; Mohab Aldeen Sidaoui, Ali Dhafer Alaany, Fatima El Cheikh Khalil, Kainaat Hameed, Shadi Khazaal, Princess Zahab, Abdullahi Mohamed, Mohamed Elmostfa Hamid, Bahaa Al-Kasem, Rouhaifa Mariam Karime, Selena Abu Lebdeh. The HSC class will matriculate to university studies in 2020. 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 confirmed that all of the remaining students have received offers of acceptance into various Universities in courses such as Business, Engineering, Computing, Law, Nursing, Sciences and various fields in Humanities such as teaching. It is also, pleasing to note that a number of Al Amanah students have received offers from for double degree programs tenable in universities in 2020. The 2019 HSC class have carefully examined their selection of courses for studies at university in line with the dynamic nature of the changing job market with respect to microeconomic reforms in the country. They will be taking advantage of the future jobs, particularly in the fields of science, robotics, business and law. On…
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Arabic and Religion High achievers excursion

On Thursday 12 December 2019 selected students from year 7 to 9 attended a Leaders and Mentors end of year excursion to Cables Aqua Park in Penrith. The students were selected based on their outstanding academic achievements in their religious studies and Islamic ethics. This year we had an increase in the number of students attending the excursion due to this rewarding incentive and hard work and commitment throughout the school year. Throughout the day students enjoyed a fun filled day in the water exploring the various inflatable water obstacles and slides. The perfect weather allowed the students to enjoy the sessions and to soak in the summer sun. The students were well behaved throughout the two sessions and have effectively implemented the Islamic ethics and manners taught at school. Thank you to all who made the day even more memorable for the students. On behalf of Al Amanah College, we wish all the families and students a happy and relaxing holiday and hope to see their refreshed and exciting faces to begin the 2020 academic year.
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Liverpool Young Achievers 2019 – Al Amanah College recipient – Danna Rajab

It gives us great pleasure to announce the recipient of a prestigious award by Liverpool Council given to Danna Rajab of Year 12. The award was given as a recognition to a student who has excelled in citizenship, academic studies, artistic endeavours, or sporting proficiency. On the 9 December 2019, Danna Rajab was invited to attend a ceremony with the Liverpool City Council, in order to be awarded a Certificate of Academic Achievement, along with a prize of $1000. Upon arriving, she was presented the award by City Mayor Wendy Waller. Mayor Wendy Waller discussed the importance of cross-curriculum learning, particularly in the subject of Chemistry, which has innovatively - introduced strands of literacy and numeracy in order to cater for students with expertise in other areas of study. A very deserving recipient and on behalf of Al Amanah College we wish her all the very best for her HSC in 2020!
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