The annual Art-Astic Art Exhibition held by Al Siraat on Friday 18 November truly captured the essence of community engagement.
Hundreds of families attended the event, local community groups were invited and special appearances were made by key partners, including Cr May Lalios from City of Whittlesea Council and Ms Anne Smith from Independent Schools Victoria.
In celebration of the artistic achievements of the students, the opening ceremony was adorned with wonderful Qur’an recitation by Ustaz Ahmed Hachem and nasheeds by Grade 5 and 6 girls.
Awards were given out for best performing student from each class.
Inside, vast display walls, lined with framed vibrant artworks left viewers in awe of the refined artistic talent present within the school.
One student Hajar Chamra from year 9A proudly displayed her artwork with her parents by her side.
Families were engaged in the various creative stalls and stations, immersed in henna art, calligraphy and the Recycled Goods Hub promoting environmentally sustainable creative practices.
The event was organised by Al Siraat College and their school community together with the local community, their strategic partners, businesses, City of Whittlesea Council and Independent Schools Victoria.
2017 is destined to be an exciting year for Al Siraat College. With the anticipated completion of the TEAMS Building (Technology, Engineering, Arts, Mathematics & Science) they are able to offer even greater choices to their students to further enhance their learning experience.