Graduates Recognition Dinner 2021

On Wednesday, 5 May 2021, Al Amanah College hosted a special Iftar dinner to acknowledge the achievements of its 2019 and 2020 HSC cohorts. Special guests, parents, staff, students and 2019 and 2020 graduates were invited to this special recognition Iftar dinner. The 2019 and 2020 HSC students have achieved some of the best results in the history of Al Amanah College, they have worked continuously hard to attain academic excellence in all areas of schooling as well as their tertiary studies. The evening was hosted by MC Miss Sibal Chams, a graduate of the 2016 cohort and a current teacher at Al Amanah College Liverpool Campus. The evening was then officially opened with a beautiful recitation from the Holy Qur’an by a Year 12 student and SRC member, Alae Jamous. The School’s Head Principal, Mr Mohamad El-Dana then delivered a speech and spoke about the value and appreciation for the academic tradition of the school. Dr Sheikh Ibrahim Alshafie, the school’s religious advisor, then took to the stage for an enlightening religious lesson. Following this, the ICPA president Hajj Mohammed Mehio gave an enlightening speech and spoke about the growth of education at Al Amanah College and the sense of pride in achievement of our graduate students. 2019 and 2020 graduates Mohab Sidaoui and Nada Khaled gave an encouraging speech about the pathway to success and the gratitude towards Al Amanah College. We wish to congratulate the 2019 and 2020 achievers on their awards and look forward to having them giving back to the community. Congratulations!
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2022 APPLICATION FOR ENROLMENT – NOW OPEN 2022 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 25 June 2021. 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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SRC & Year Six Iftar Night

On Monday 26 April, Al Amanah College, Liverpool hosted its Annual SRC and Year Six Iftar night. Halima Zahab our current Girls School Captain opened the ceremony by welcoming guests and expressed the joy of having students and members of our school community come together to share this special occasion during the holy month of Ramadan. Taha El-Saj year 11 SRC member began the evening with a customary recitation from the Holy Qur’an, this was followed by an address by the Head Principal, Mr Mohammad El Dana who spoke of the value of education and how supporting a school community and creating strong partnerships is critical for any educational institution. Sheikh Muhammad Halabi then took to the stage for an enlightening religious lesson. It was also a great privilege to see the Youth Chanting band perform, led by Sheikh Mohammad Sabbouh. Thank you to those youth who are continuously involved in these great performances and for providing this service to the community. We extend our best wishes to our families and the Muslim community and wish them all a Ramadan Mubarak and a happy and prosperous Eid Ul-Fitr.
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Careers Night Iftar 2021

On the 23rd of April 2021, Al Amanah Secondary College hosted the first ever Careers Night Iftar in order to allow Year 10-12 students to interact and hear from graduate students from 2010-2015 about their careers and success stories due to their schooling at Al Amanah College. The event was held to support students in making decisions about their future and having graduates attend to guide this decision serves the long-term school vision. Mrs Nora Awad, a 2010 graduate and current Al Amanah College teacher opened the ceremony by welcoming the guests and expressing the joy that the school felt to have its vision come to life. Mr Muhammad Hazarvi who graduated in 2016 launched the event with a customary recitation from the Holy Quran. This was followed by an address by the Head Principal Mohammad El-Dana who spoke of the values of education. Dr Sheikh Ibrahim AlShafie then took to the stage for an enlightening religious lesson. The Member for Werrima – Ms Anne Stanley MP then addressed the audience with words of support and highlighted the importance of the role the school plays in shaping the future of its students. The College invited a unique panel of Al Amanah graduates who have continued their educational journey since leaving the school, and have become successful members of the Muslim Australian community in their field. The panel included: · Idris El shafieh : Graduated in 2014, studied a Bachelor of Engineering majoring in Mechanical Engineering at the University of NSW – currently employed as a project manager at Comdain Infrastructure. · Nadine Sawda : Graduated in 2015, studied a Bachelor of Arts and a Bachelor of Education in secondary teaching at the University of NSW – currently employed as a Special Education Teacher at Al Amanah College Liverpool. Nadine Sawda.…
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