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.
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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.
VCE/VASS Coordinator, Careers Coordinator (Secondary)
Hajra Ahmad qualified as a Secondary Science Teacher from The University of Melbourne in 2002. She began her teaching journey in 2003 as a Biology teacher in the Middle East teaching mainly A-level students, and led the Biology Department at King Saud International School of Saudi Arabia. In 2006, she moved to Kuwait and joined the English School for Girls as a Biology teacher. She joined Darul Ulum College of Victoria in 2010 as a full time maths and science teacher. She became the Science Coordinator for middle school in 2013. She then became the Maths/Science Coordinator in 2014 for secondary school. In 2015, she became the VCE Coordinator for the girls’ campus and is currently holding this role. In 2016 she took on the role of Level Coordinator for the 10-12 year levels.
VCE Coordinator & VASS Coordinator (Secondary)
Before teaching, Kazi developed his communication, team work, organisation and initiative skills through his employment experiences in International Engineering and Shipping organisations. His Bachelor of Science and Bachelor of Education degrees from Monash University provided him with the theoretical grounding that assisted him to integrate learning across content areas. The practicums which were completed in Mazenod College, Mount Erin College and Hampton Park Secondary College assisted him to develop his professional approach to teaching.
Kazi joined Darul Ulum College of Victoria in 2012. He reinforced his teaching skills by teaching secondary and VCE Mathematics. In 2014 and 2015 he mentored several student teachers. In 2016, Kazi became the school coach conducting EBOs (evidence based observations) in the class rooms. Moreover, as a coach he was involved in the training and conducting PD’s for teachers. These experiences developed his pedagogical content knowledge. He became the VCE and VASS Coordinator in 2017.
Kazi strongly believes that the best teacher is the best learner, who should be proactive to embrace educational innovation and change.
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