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    Al Amanah College

    Founding year: 1998
    Website: Visit Website
    Number of students: 600
    Genders Accepted: Mixed (Co-education)
    Leadership: Mr. Executive Principal: Mohamad El Dana
    Number of staff: 0

    Al Amanah College is a non-selective co-educational, Islamic faith-based college, operating from two campuses, Bankstown: K-6 and Liverpool: K-12. The College is committed to pursuing academic excellence and fostering individual abilities in a caring and challenging educational environment. The College was first established at Bankstown, where classes commenced with 88 students K-Yr3 in 1998, and from there, the school proliferated. The Bankstown campus has now reached its maximum capacity with approximately 288 (K-6) students.
    In 2002 the College grew further through the Liverpool Campus opening with 168 students, where secondary classes commenced with Yr7 then expanded to year 12 in 2007. The Liverpool Campus is located in the heart of Liverpool City, catering for K-12 with approximately 600 primary and secondary students.
    Al Amanah College is committed to pursuing academic excellence and nurturing individual abilities in a caring, educational, and Islamic environment. Al Amanah College upholds Islamic principles, values, and ethos enabling our students to be always open-minded and remain steadfast in their pursuit of these values. Al Amanah College holds a powerful and continuing message which reminds every student to gain success through knowledge.
    At Al Amanah College, all Key Learning Areas integrate creative and critical thinking skills and Inquiry Learning. This allows students to develop those higher-order thinking skills and ensure learning experiences are authentic and meaningful.
    All programs are differentiated to cater to each child in the class. Programs include adjustments and extensions that will ensure that students work to their ability with all learning needs being targeted. ICT is integrated across all Key Learning Areas (KLAs) through classroom Interactive White Boards (IWBs) and student access to the school's Computer Lab. All classes are allocated one hour per week in the school's Computer Lab, where they explore various software programs. Furthermore, teachers also integrate ICT throughout all KLAs and homework utilizing websites such as "Pinterest, "Scootle," and "Studyladder. "
    It is a privilege to welcome you to Al Amanah College, committed to achieving the highest standards in young Australian Muslims' education and development in the 21st century. Al Amanah is an independent Islamic school aiming to provide a stimulating, enriching, and caring learning environment. The College vision, mission, policies, and procedures are underpinned by our Islamic values, compassion, justice, excellence, and service. Education is one of our most valuable contributions to our passionate community. Our specialist teaching staff and purpose-built environment allow our students from K-12 to achieve success by focusing on communication, literacy, numeracy, and social skills.
    At Al Amanah College, we aim to provide students with the foundations for the future, including values, education, and skills that will enable them to be confident and excellent Australian citizens. We nurture our students to make the most of their potential and get the best from their education.



    Address: Al Amanah College, 55 Speed Street Liverpool, New South Wales, NSW 2200, Australia

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