3 August 2020
1 August 2020
Here are the Eid Al-Adha messages to Victoria’s Islamic community from Premier Dan Andrews, Multicultural Affairs minister Ros Spence MP and Islamic community leaders. We are grateful to the Premier and Minister for taking the time to support our community in this difficult year, and we join with them in urging everyone to celebrate Eid with our immediate families, avoid gatherings where the coronavirus can spread, maintain social distancing of at least 1.5 metres between us and another person, and always wear a mask or facial covering outside our homes.
Please stay safe, stay well and celebrate Eid responsibly.
1 August 2020
While we all resume e-learning, here is a video presenting the ways in which students and teachers have contributed to the smooth transition.
Hear it first hand from our students and staff members across the College sharing their experiences with a special appearance of our Year 12 School Captains.
Thank you to the Al-Taqwa College community for your support and to our wonderful parents who have equally supported their children.
31 July 2020
On the eve of Eid Al-Adha, we have just received this very warm and generous message from the Board Of Imams Victoria.
The Imams reassure us that while we are facing big challenges as a College community due to Covid-19, we have never been alone. We have the love of Allah (swt), and the love and prayers of our families, friends and other loved ones to sustain us.
On behalf of Al-Taqwa College, I warmly thank the Board of Imams for remembering us and inspiring us with their words at this sacred time, and again wish you Eid Mubarak.
24 July 2020
The College has organised several contact details for parents, students and the community. For all general queries you may email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 9269 5062 / 9269 5063 or 9269 5064.