Hifz Coordinator (Boys Campus), Primary
Abdullah commenced his teaching career in 2001. After having completed his schooling in Australia, he completed a double degree in Islamic Theology / Islamic Sciences and Arabic language in Damascus. He has also obtained an Ijaza in Hadeeth from the late renowned scholar, Moulana Abul Hasan Ali Al-Nadwi. Prior to that, he had completed the memorisation of the Holy Qur’an.
Upon graduating with an Islamic Studies degree, he subsequently completed a Diploma in Secondary Education followed by the accomplishment of Masters of Education in 2008.
Abdullah has occupied a range of leadership roles since he commenced his career at Darul Ulum College ranging from a department coordinator to the Head of School for the males’ section of the College. In addition to his educational role at Darul Ulum College, he has also contributed to a variety of seminars and conferences. On a voluntary basis, he periodically assists the leadership team of Fawkner Mosque in delivering the Friday sermon and leading prayers.
In realising the importance of nurturing and facilitating for children’s needs in the academic and spiritual space alike, Abdullah’s passion is to explore the values and practices outlined in Prophet Muhammad’s (peace be upon him) biography to illustrate the interconnectedness between mind, spirit and contemporary pedagogy. The aim of this approach is to foster a culture of intellectual curiosity and positive citizenship.