The Principal Senior Student Parent breakfast was held on Wednesday 26 February in the Grand Hall at Al Amanah College, Liverpool campus. The event was attended by a pleasing number of parents and caregivers who had an opportunity to learn more about new initiatives undertaken in the senior school to facilitate quality learning and achievement by students in Year 11 and the HSC.
The School’s Principal Mr Alwan emphasised on the vital role of ongoing two-way communication between the school and parents to ensure senior students pursue their academic goals consistently throughout both the years of studies in the Stage 6 course.
Parents were encouraged to be actively involved in communicating with the executive staff and every subject teacher of their children using medium of communications such as email, class dojo, Igloo and phones so that parents are empowered to take a more active role in their child’s attainments. Attendees were also delighted to learn about the scholarship program to be offered to the 5 top high achieving students from the 2020 Year 11 cohort. The scholarship program has become an annual program as of 2018 academic year.
High School Coordinator Mrs. Lubaba Dabboussi and Curriculum Coordinator Mrs Kassem shared their vision on encouraging students to practice goals-oriented study habits while being reflective on targets and striving maximise the use of time for academic pursuits. Senior students are also encouraged to use data to inform themselves of the effectiveness of their study regime. The executive staff and teachers look forward to build a stronger involvement of parents to maximise student success in the HSC.