core values of the school are to provide opportunities to its boys and girls
to excel in this life and the Hereafter to attain success in this world
and the next. The school's motto is: 'Knowledge is light and work is worship'.
The school aims to develop each child intellectually, physically, emotionally,
socially, religiously, morally, aesthetically and vocationally so that the
children are happy and successful citizens of Australia. Our vision is to
provide quality academic education and to graduate students who can make
positive contributions to the Australian community through active citizenship.
There is a very strong emphasis in the school on inter-faith dialogue. The
school promotes values such as respect, tolerance and fair go through its
school-based activities that include involvement in Harmony Day assemblies,
ANZAC Day and Remembrance Day. Students take part in environmental activities
such as Clean Up Australia Day, Stream Watch and tree planting, which is
sometimes undertaken with other local schools. Students raise funds for
various charities such as Westmead Children's Hospital, Bankstown Hospital,
MS Australia, Heart Foundation, Cancer Council and others. Blood donation
to the Red Cross is another annual project of the senior students. Initiatives
promoting respect and responsibility are an integral part of the school
Almost all the children are from language other than English and low-socio-economic backgrounds. While all the children are Muslims, the staff is forty per cent non-Muslim, and this is a deliberate policy of the School Board to ensure that the school employs only the best available teachers. With a very strong emphasis on Literacy and Numeracy, most students excel at school and almost 100 per cent of Year 12 students gain university entry. In 2010 there were 75 students in Year 12 and all of them gained university entry, and in 2011 there are 113 students in Year 12 and all are expected to qualify for university. The school's NAPLAN results are excellent, especially in Numeracy;for example, 74 %t of 187 year 9 students are in the top two bands with 47 % in Band 10.
In addition to participating in sports in the school, the children play with other schools every week. They also take part in a wide range of extra-curricular activities with other schools and organisations. Caring teachers, counsellors, and welfare co-ordinators attempt to provide the best education possible to the children in an environment conducive to learning. The parent, student and teacher satisfaction with the school is very high. There is a very big demand for enrolment places at the school, and this shows the high regard that the general community has for the school. Our school is a showcase of an Islamic school in Australia. In April 2011, the school opened two campuses at Hoxton Park with 78 children and at Beaumont Hills with 31 children.