13 September 2022

From the Principal’s Desk

Dear Parents & Guardians

Assalam o Alaikum,

As we approach the end of term 3, I would like to thank you for all your continued support as we work together as a school community for our students’ well-being and academic achievement. It is our deepest desire to ensure that each student has a very successful stay at school.

Alhamdulillah, we have had an incredibly successful term, with most students focused on learning and doing their best daily. This year’s NAPLAN results are excellent. Despite several challenges due to COVID, our students have performed exceptionally well, and school averages in all the subjects are over and above the National and State averages. I would like to congratulate the parents on the success of their children.

The NAPLAN results are snapshots of a child’s performance; they also correlate with the work done by the teachers regularly. I would like to congratulate all students and teachers for their dedicated efforts, resilience, perseverance.  The results were given to the students. Please take time to look at your child’s result, and then if you would like further clarification, contact the school for an appointment with your child’s or subject teacher.

There have been so many amazing events that have taken place this term. You can find details in the assistant and deputy principal’s messages and head of learning area reports in the newsletter.  We are committed to developing and providing inspiring opportunities and experiences for all our students.

With Term 4, years 11 & 12 students will be starting their courses, leading to WACE qualifications to be taken in the summer of 2023 and 2024.  The school will continue to work to support and expand learning opportunities for our students in many ways, such as work experience, career exposure, leadership development and many other individualised student opportunities.

I want to draw your attention and request your support around the following issues of concern:

  1. The increasing number of students arriving late to school is impacting their learning time and the consistency of the school day.
  2. We are concerned regarding the inappropriate use of social media by students, we would appreciate you having conversations about why this is unacceptable. We want all our students to grow and flourish in an Islamic, safe, and respectful environment.
  3. I also want to take this opportunity to remind you of the school’s uniform policy. It will remain our focus next term.

I expect and appreciate your support in reminding your children of these issues.

I wish you a restful and enjoyable term break; it is a great time to sit with your children, reflect and making adjustments for the term ahead.  Looking forward to welcoming students back refreshed and ready for school on October 11, 2022, in sha Allah

Br Mohammed Nazar Khan
Principal Kewdale Campus