Author: tanya-kubitza

A colourful display of cultural diversity

“The beauty of the world lies in the diversity of its people.” Primary School students, parents and staff from Melbourne-based Al Siraat College celebrated our community’s multicultural diversity with a special outdoors assembly and a cultural parade on Wednesday, 27 March 2019.  It was wonderful to see our diversity displayed so vibrantly and harmoniously, with the majority of students and staff having followed the school’s call to come decked out in their traditional outfits.   During the assembly, students heard from their fellow mates and teachers about their family backgrounds, traditional clothing and cultural belonging. Many had made beautiful...

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Muslim teacher amongst top Australian educators

Mohammed Azim, Head of English and Teacher Mentor at Al Siraat College based in Melbourne has been recognised in The Educator Magazine’s Third Annual Hot List of 2017.  The Educator is Australia’s only magazine for the most senior educational professionals and decision makers. The Educator Magazine works with some of the world’s most high-profile business schools and leading education executives from around the globe. Mohammed Azim is the only Muslim educator from an Islamic School around Australia who has made it to the prestigious list of the Top 50 of Australian Educators for 2017. His citation reads as follows:...

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Sadiqah Reflects on All Nations Squad Achievement

Sadiqah Fatimah is a Year 7 Al-Siraat Senior School student, selected for the AFL “All Nations Squad” for 2017. She is a great example of the wonderfully ambitious and talented girls we have in the Muslim community. I applaud her efforts and may she be a great role model for young girls. She recently played in the in the National Diversity Championships, held in Byron Bay/NSW from 9 – 13 October 2017, and reflects on her amazing experience below: Day 1: Monday On 9 October I had been given the opportunity to represent Victoria in the AFLW in Byron bay. I met...

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Free serve of tennis to Muslim women and girls

Free serve of tennis to Muslim women and girls

When it comes to tennis, Yvonne Fantin knows how to expertly serve a ball.  The shorthaired blond has been playing tennis since she was a little girl and is the current Head Coach at Epping-based Topseed Tennis Academy, one of Melbourne’s fastest growth areas in the Northern suburbs. However, her free-of-charge program catering specifically for Muslim women and girls is proof that she is also stellar at serving the community. Her “Muslim Women and Girls Tennis Program” kicked off in early February 2017 and is running free of charge on a weekly basis for the duration of 45 minutes...

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GCC raises $3 million for Cancer research

The 2016 Great Cycle Challenge (GCC) officially concluded on 30th November, with the final fundraising figure now being revealed.  The GCC is a national Children’s Medical Research Institute (CMRI) fundraising initiative held throughout the month of October every year since the inaugural event in 2013. While our legs can now recover from our participating, we, the seven members of Team Al Siraat, are still in awe of what has been achieved this year. We would like to celebrate the extraordinary efforts to fight childhood cancer and wholeheartedly thank our school and wider community for their ongoing fabulous support. Now...

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