The following Handbook is a guide illustrating the teaching and content of Arabic, Islamic studies and Quran at Al-Taqwa College. We aim to give all you an overview of the primary curriculum as well as all the extra-curricular activities that take place throughout the year. The handbook has been created to support your child in the learning process and to be part of the primary school year’s journey.

Please use this booklet as a “key” to unlock the door to the many answers that you may be searching for about learning Arabic, Religion and Quran in the Primary years.

Feel free to contact your child’s teacher if you have any further questions through the diary or make an appointment to see them in person. Alternatively you may call the Head/Assistant Head of the department for further queries. Photographs of the Arabic, Religion and Quran staff currently teaching in the Primary Department are available in our Handbook.

Click here to read and download the full 2017 Arabic, Religion & Quran Handbook.

 

DEPARTMENT VISION AND MISSION

At Al-Taqwa College, we aim to inspire the students to learn the Arabic language, Religion and Quran through a diverse and exciting curriculum. We are work hard to develop a systematic curriculum which is dynamic, balanced and simple to ensure that the students enjoy a practical, fun and challenging learning experience that prepare them to be proud Australian Muslims.

The curriculum aims to:

  •  Motivate the students to develop a love for their religion and the language of the Quran
  •  Encourage students to become independent learners who have a responsibility to present their religion and be proud of it.
  •  Enable students to use their acquired skills and knowledge to observe, think and stimulate their learning.
  •  Learn, apply and practice the Islamic values and follows the path of Prophet Mohammad (PBUH)

Amal Assafiri  Head of Arabic, Religion & Quran

Huda Hayek Assistant Head of Arabic, Religion & Quran