The Darul Ulum College of Victoria comprises of two campuses, with the original campus situated in Fawkner serving as the founding location. Recently, a new campus named Darul Ulum Academy has been inaugurated in Mickleham.
At Darul Ulum College, we are committed to providing quality education in an Islamic environment that teaches students responsibility, the best of moral values and respect for others. We want to enable our students to be creative thinkers, positive contributors to the wider Australian community and become future leaders.
Our contemporary curriculum and religious values facilitate for the development of academic excellence and spiritual growth. At Darul Ulum College, we are focused on providing students with a strong foundation in Islamic and academic knowledge, critical thinking skills and practical application of their learning.
Darul Ulum College An Australian Independent school with underlying Islamic values. You have the opportunity to equip your child with academic excellence and spiritual growth, empower them to be the best they can for their future. Enrol your children in Darul Ulum College now.
We believe that parent participation in Darul Ulum College is an integral part of our students educational experience. Our parents have played a vital role in building a thriving community with our students at the core of all activities. We are proud by the commitment our parents, past and present, show for our School’s initiatives.
Stay informed about the most recent developments at Darul Ulum College of Victoria by accessing our up-to-date news. You can peruse the latest details on our students, staff, and community events. We have organised all news items into relevant topics, making it simple for our community to find what they need.
Our school calendar serves as a valuable resource to keep students, parents, and staff informed about important events, holidays, and activities throughout the academic year. School calendar on our website is regularly updated to reflect any changes or additions.
Darul Ulum College has a Prayer Hall (Mosque) on site for the use of students, staff and visiting community members. The Mosque is open for public use even during college hours, although with certain restrictions.
Level Coordinator 10 - 12 Boys, NCCD Evidence Collection (NCCD Coordinator), Technology Coordinator 7-10 Boys (Secondary)
Quran/Tarbiya Coordinator 7 - 10 Girls, Students Support Services (NCCD)/Counsellor. (Secondary)
Ms Aniza Baharin graduated from University of Melbourne in 1998 holding a degree in MBBS. Having a strong belief in the importance of a holistic approach to wellbeing, which deals with not only the physical but the emotional as well as the spiritual side of being; she has chosen a different career pathway by joining Darul Ulum College of Victoria, in 2008, as a Qur’an/Religious Instructor at Secondary level. She became Assistant Qur’an Coordinator in 2009 before her appointment as Qur’an Coordinator in 2010. In 2015 and to date she has been appointed to coordinate the Secondary Girls Qur’an Department. Aniza is currently working towards completing a Masters of Teaching in Secondary Education.
In 2015, she was appointed as the College Counsellor for the female section and in 2016 to coordinate the Student Wellbeing Department. Her role has been extended to address Staff Wellbeing issues in 2017. Ms Aniza has participated in numerous wellbeing workshops and professional development sessions addressing wellbeing issues such as:
• Disordered Eating
• Understanding and Supporting Children with Anxiety
• Understanding Self-Harming Behaviour and Engaging At Risk Students
• Enhancing Teaching and Learning Outcomes by Incorporating Positive Psychology
• Working with Students Experiencing Loss and Grief
• Tackling Anxiety and Building Resilience in Young people
• Building and Promoting Resilience in Adolescent Girls
• Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction
• Seminar on The Challenging Net-generation
• Practical Evidence for those working with students experiencing Emotional and Social Difficulties
She still believes in a holistic focus to wellbeing for both students and staff as well as a strong faith that will contribute towards a peaceful and beneficial contribution to society and the achievement of personal best.
Arabic Primary/Secondary Coordinator(Primary & Secondary)
Mr Ibrahim graduated with Diploma in secondary Education in 2000 with a background computer and Mathematical science degree in 1990 and completed his Master in Teaching and Education in 2012. He has taught in various areas such as Mathematics, LOTE (Arabic), and Information Technology, as well taking on various leadership roles such as subject head in both primary and secondary over the last 16 years.
He joined Darul Ulum College in 2011 as an Arabic and Mathematics teacher, and has been an Arabic Coordinator since 2014. Prior to commencing at Darul ulum college, Mr Ibrahim worked in other Islamic schools for approximately 7 years. He worked overseas as well, as a discipline and curriculum coordinator in the middle school and taught Mathematics.
Mr Ibrahim believes that the teacher has a significant responsibility in preparing young people to lead successful and productive lives. The teacher's effectiveness has a powerful impact on student’s achievement. Therefore, effective teachers can be a source of inspiration and consistent influence on young people as they make choices about their education, work and life. Studying in an Islamic College empowers students with the Islamic knowledge they require to make informed decisions.
Humanities Coordinator 7 - 10 Girls (Secondary)
Ms Karam graduated with Diploma in Secondary Education in 2000 with a Nursing background and degree in 1995 and completed her Masters of Education in 2012. She has taught in various areas such as English, EFL (English Foreign language), Science and Humanities as well taking on various leadership roles as subject head, level coordinator and school nurse over the last 15 years.
She joined Darul Ulum College in 2012 as an English and Humanities teacher, and has been the Female coordinator of 7-10 Humanities Department since 2014. She also became the Year 7/8 level coordinator in 2015 and continued in this position till 2016 for the Years 7-9.
Prior to commencing at Darul Ulum College, Ms Karam worked overseas as a EFL coordinator and taught EFL for 5 years and has also taught at another Islamic school for three years.
Ms Karam believes as a teacher, she must facilitate learning and growth academically, personally, and ethically. By providing a quality education to each individual in one's classroom, a teacher equips children with the tools necessary for success in life. Teaching in an Islamic school environment is also very important as it would give the students the confidence, Islamic knowledge and skills they require to be prepared for the future in society.
English Coordinator 7 - 10 Girls (Secondary)
Science Coordinator 7 - 10 - Boys, Standarised Assessment Associate, RTO CoordinatorSecondary
Muddasser is an active member of the institution, specialising in Science, Mathematics, Islamic Studies and Quran. He began his teaching journey at the College in 2013 as a Mathematics and Quran teacher, and then progressed onto managing various departments. Along with his position as one of the College’s VCE teachers, he is the Careers Advisor on the boys’ section as well as the intervention coordinator and newsletter editor. He has also been appointed as Science Coordinator for the secondary boys’ section since 2016.
Muddasser values the gifts every student holds within them, and strives to help students unleash their potential and talents. He takes a high interest in individualised learning and differential teaching to ensure that each student proudly achieves their personal best.
Careers Coordinator 7-10 Boys (Secondary)
Level Coordinator Kitab Boys, Secondary
English Coordinator 7 - 10 Boys (Secondary)
Quran Coordinator 4 to 10 Boys, Level Coordinator 7-9 Boys (Primary & Secondary)
Jihad is a Darul Ulum graduate and he began his teaching journey in 2015 as a Quran teacher and a teachers’ aide for English, mathematics and Arabic. In 2016 he became an Islamic studies teacher. He is currently holding the role of Quran coordinator for the boys section.
Jihad studied advanced Tajweed along with other Islamic studies subjects for a year in the Azhar university of Egypt, he also completed a 6-year Islamic studies course. He recently attained his qualification in adolescent counselling.
Jihad believes that every student is unique and has strengths. He likes to search for the strengths of students, help them gain self-confidence through the qualities and strengths they have.
Level Coordinator 7 to 9 Girls, Art Coordinator 7-10 Girls (Secondary)
Maths Coordinator 7 - 12 - Boys (Secondary)
Maths Coordinator 7 - 10 Girls (Secondary)
Reshide graduated from La Trobe University and completed her Master of Education in 2014. She joined Darul Ulum College of Victoria in term 2, 2015 and has been teaching English, Humanities and PE to Year 7 to 10 students. She strives on planning activities that develop the creative skills and interests of students. She is motivated to create exciting lessons to generate an inspiring classroom. She is also passionate to open their minds and encourage them to look beyond the conventional and ordinary, so as to develop significant experiences within the school.
Reshide plays a vital role in moulding the character and health of every child by engaging them in a variety of active play. She finds sports and health as a worthy subject that is essential for a child’s heart and mind, which is what motivated her to undertake the role of PE/Health Coordinator.
Level Coordinator 9-10 Girls (Secondary)
Ms. Taahiraa Siddique completed her Bachelor of Education and Master of Arts.
She started her career as a primary teacher in 2009, and continued her teaching journey as an English, Humanities, Quran and Tarbiyah teacher from 2012. In 2017, she was also appointed as the Tarbiyah Coordinator for Year 7 to 10.
Ms.Taahiraa is experienced in creating constructive learning environment and motivating students to learn better in school. She guides students through the learning process, and by facilitating them to attain success in their Islamic and secular studies. She has the ability to get on well with people of all ages, backgrounds and abilities; and highly patient when working with those who may lack confidence. Her attitude to teaching is to motivate and encourage learners to believe in them and to continue with their studies.
Kitab Coordinator (Secondary)
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