Dear Parents,I would like to welcome you all to Term 1 of 2021. 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 [...]
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Did you know that Thornlie AIC now has an amazing Student Representative Council? The members are all year six students by the names of: Shurahbeel, Rania, Mysha, Alisha, Hoorain, Naa’ila, Hana and Azyah. We submitted application forms to be able to get nominated for the SRC Mrs. Abrahams and Mrs. Hayes shortlisted 13 students. We had to prepare a speech for our interview on Thursday, 4th of March. President, Vice president and Secretary will be chosen on the first meeting which is on the 12th of March and other people will be general members of the SCR.
Origami is the art of paper folding, most commonly linked to Japan. In the origami club, we explore and hone our folding skill and use paper to create different shapes and sizes. Every week in origami, we learn something new. The origami club encourages a very independent learning situation. Every week, we are given multiple instruction papers relating to a theme to choose from, and we use the words and illustrations on them to make the desired object. However, in case we ever run into some trouble in the making process or struggle to understand what the instruction paper is asking [...]
In the past weeks that we have been learning archery, I, for one, feel like we have learnt a lot. Before Mary (our instructor) had begun training us, most couldn't tell between the tip of the bow from the end!In these few weeks, we have learnt not only how to shoot an arrow, but now we don't even miss the target much anymore!Mary single-handedly taught the whole archery class the correct method on how to shoot an arrow. These are the steps:01On one whistle blow, everyone is to approach the shooting line, arrows facing down and bows not dragging on the ground, and [...]
A big warm welcome to Kindergarten to all families. We hope everyone is beginning to feel settled in Kindy A and B. We would like to first thank everyone for being supportive of their child’s start to their educational journey. We have enjoyed getting to know you and your beautiful families. Each morning, we make sure to greet each child entering our classroom as we aim to build their sense of belonging and foster their becoming of confident and enthusiastic learners. It is encouraging to see the children eager (generally) to arrive each morning. As adults, I think we often [...]
Welcome to our first edition of sport news for the year. Term one was we to a great start here at AIC Kewdale Primary, where this term was CRICKET MANIA with our sport classes where students were learning new skills in Cricket. We had a 4 week cricket program run by the WACA for our pre-primary and year 1 students. Each student who participated also received a cricket pack!
Dear Parents & GuardiansAssalam o AlaikumAlhamdulillah as we come to the end of Term 1 of the academic year 2021, I would like to take this opportunity to thank you for the support you have given both to your child and the school. I would also like to extend a special welcome to all the new families for their trust in and joining Australian Islamic College this year and thank you very much to all our returning families for their continued cooperation and patronage.I feel pleasure to inform you that the school is keeping up with the booming enrollment of the [...]
By Douglas MallochThe tree that never had to fightFor sun and sky and air and light,But stood out in the open plainAnd always got its share of rain,Never became a forest kingBut lived and died a scrubby thing.The man who never had to toilTo gain and farm his patch of soil,Who never had to win his shareOf sun and sky and light and air,Never became a manly manBut lived and died as he began.Good timber does not grow with ease,The stronger wind, the stronger trees,The further sky, the greater length,The more the storm, the more the strength.By sun and cold, by [...]