Principal’s Message

Term 1 Newsletter Thornlie

1 April 2022

Assalamu Alaikum Warahmatulahi Wabarakatuh,

Dear Parents,

Welcome to the term 1 2022 Newsletter.  Alhamdulillah, this year we have so much to be grateful for. It was lovely to see our existing students returned from their long holiday. We are also very grateful to see so many new faces in our school, our new students and their parents. I would like to convey my sincere thanks to our wonderful parents of our existing students to maintain their trust in us in educating their children, and my warmest welcome to our new parents and their children. Thank you for choosing our school for your children’s education.

High Quality of Education:

Our school has been able to uphold its reputation of being able to deliver a high quality of teaching and learning in a very supportive, caring and nurturing environment. Our staff are highly qualified and with their superb work ethic they work their hardest to ensure that your children perform to their fullest. Our school’s focus in the areas of academic excellence; Islamic values and community integration means that you are ensured that your child is in the best place indeed.

School Building Project:

Our school still continues to undergo significant development projects such as:

A Block major renovation:

  • Three new Early Childhood classrooms in the early Childhood section – two of the classrooms have been occupied by the Pre-Primary A and Pre-Primary C classes.
  • A two story building (comprised of 16 classrooms) with a gymnasium.

I would like to thank all our parents, students and staff members for their patience while waiting for our building projects to be  completed.

Term 1 School Events:

A number of school events were held during this term. The events listed below:

Parent Meet & Greet:

“Parent Meet & Greet” was held in week 2 of Term 1. Parents had the opportunity to meet with their child’s teachers to discuss programs, class routines and expectations.

Morning Assembly & Morning Assembly Speeches:

Due to Covid19 restrictions this term, our daily morning assembly has been conducted in class. Sh Mubarak, Sh Mohamed and Sh Abdur Raheem were rostered to deliver morning assembly speeches with the focus on the AIC Values (Faith, Knowledge, Service, Excellence, Compassion, Courage and Resilience).

Assessments:

  • ACER Diagnostic Assessment was administered to identify where your child sits in terms of their literacy and numeracy levels.
  • Mid-Term and End of term Assessments.
  • NAPLAN Practice Test was administered on Thursday, 24th March (for Years 3 and 5)

Clean up Australian Day:

The school participated in ‘Clean Up Australia Day’. Our Lower Primary students helped to clean up our school while our Upper Primary students were involved in cleaning  a public park (Hunt Street Reserve). We are very proud of them and their valuable contribution to the Australian community at large and how they demonstrated our belief that in Islam cleanliness is half of Iman.

Photo Day:

Annual Photo Day was held on Tuesday, 8th March.

Harmony Day Celebration:

Our students and staff members celebrated Harmony Day by wearing their traditional outfits on Thursday, 24th March.

National Day of Action Against Bullying and Violence:

Every year our school participates in a National Day of Action Against Bullying and Violence. Each class will be involved in conducting some activities relating to awareness and strategies to reduce and eliminate bullying and violence.

Swimming Program:

This term, our Pre-Primary and year 1 students are participating in a swimming program.

Skipping Competition:

In Week 11, a Skipping Competition will be held.

STEM Classroom Cash Competition:

Our school is participating in STEM Classroom Cash Competition this term.

Acknowledgement:

I would like to take this opportunity to thank all our teachers and staff members for their tremendous effort and hard work, and our parents for their wonderful support. We work together as a strong team in helping our children to achieve success in this world and in the Here-After.

 

Kind regards,

Endah Hayes

Head Office

139 President Street, Kewdale WA 6105

Phone: 08) 9362 2100

Fax: (08) 9362 5810

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