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Islamic school gold coast, the Australian International Islamic College (AIIC) began its journey back in 2002, with the opening of the Buranda Campus. Back then it was known as the Brisbane Muslim School, and began with 20 students, from grades 1 – 3. In its second year of operation the school year range was extended to accommodate year levels from Preschool to Year 5, as enrolments had doubled to 60 students.

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In response to the rapid growth of enrolments, and therefore an expansion in staff, a new campus was established in 2005 at Durack. The Durack campus was built on 30 acres of land, allowing us to expand the school, whilst keeping well away from the main roads. The adjoining environment park at the rear of the property enhances the; serenity, peace, and tranquillity of the Durack campus.

In January of 2010, the Australian International Islamic College expanded to the Gold Coast to help cater for the wider Islamic community. The Gold Coast campus sits on 10 acres of land, idyllically placed next to natural bushlands, which helps capture the natural serenity of the landscape; providing a nurturing, tranquil environment for your child’s educational experience. The Gold Coast campus is well equipped to provide quality education for your child, offering classes from Prep – Year 10.

Today, AIIC offers a comprehensive curriculum from Kindy to year 12, across the different campuses. Over the years, the large Durack campus land mass has been utilized for numerous building projects, which have produced modern classroom blocks which can be seen today. With the help of government grants, the Multipurpose Hall now stands tall at the head of our main campus. The hall in addition to the other classroom blocks that have been built symbolizes the relentless efforts produced by the staff to push AIIC towards a brighter tomorrow.

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Message from Founder & Administrator

In the name of Allah the beneficient the most merciful. Peace and blessings of Allah be upon our beloved Nabi (Sallallahu Alaihi Wasalaam).

We thank Allah Subhanhutallah for enabling us to continue to serve the community. When we look back over 10 years of achievement, we have come a long way. Alhamdullilah. Despite many challenges and difficulties we have advanced in many fields. The college has been conscious of the great need to improve communication with parents and the community at large in order to encourage and enhance team spirit and motivation. I would like to take this opportunity to convey my heartfelt thanks and gratitude to the parents for their hard work and support, for their great patience and their trust in AIIC. They have continued to remain committed to the school through the good times and the challenging ones. It is our commitment that we will continue to work to the best of our ability to respect and discharge that trust and we are grateful for their on going support.

We have organised a number of Professional Developments externally and internally. Through these developments our teachers horizons have been broadened. They are kept up to date with the latest development that would help them to enhance efficiency, improve the quality of teaching and learning process, classroom management and implementation of school programs and policies including behavioural policy and Islamic Ethos.

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Our aim has always been to provide a positive enviornment free from all complexities for students to mature and grow physically and intellectually so that they become responsible independent individuals in the future to feel confident, competent and prepared in the persuit of excellence and to serve our society.

I will encourage our learned teachers to continue developing initiatives to improve the quality of the educational outcomes. I am sure that our cooperation and collaberation between parents, teachers and governing body will lead our college to a higher level of achievement. Insha Allah it is not too far away that our college will be one of the best in the country producing higher achieving students that are role models in our society.

 I would like to share with you the following;

Allah says in Quran Sura 65 Ayat 2-3; Whoever fears and obeys and remembers Allah, Allah will find a way out to all his problems and provide him from unexpected means.

Maulana Abul Kalam Azad the first Education Minister of India says:

One has to achieve not merely technical efficiency but greatness of mind and spirit. Education is the development and cultivation of mind and spirit. Schools and colleges are the means of education. Good education is that which ensures all round development of students.

 Imam Abdul Quddoos Al-Azhari Speeches – Click here. 

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Imam Abdul Quddoos Al-Azhari; B.A – Baqiyat University , Chennai. M.A – Deoband University, Delhi. M.A – Al Azhar University, Cairo, Egypt. Graduate Diploma of Education – NTU Darwin. ESL – Massey University, New Zealand. J.P and Authorised Marriage Celebrant – Commonwealth. -Queen Elizabeth II Medal- by Prime Minister of Australia.

Principal’s Message

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As Salaamu Alaikum Warahmatullahi Wabarakthu, 

As the Principal of Australian International Islamic College, it is my honour to welcome you to the Australian International Islamic College.

Here at AIIC we value Learning, Creativity, Self-Confidence, Respect, Integrity and Service, which we instill through active role modeling and through a firm Islamic ethos underpinning all that we do. The staff at AIIC create a loving, nurturing and supportive environment where students can feel both free and supported to develop spiritually and academically.

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As the Principal of the Australian International Islamic College I know that excellence is not simply achieved in the classroom; rather our students strive for excellence culturally, spiritually, through service to their community as well as in their scholastic pursuits. We aim to produce global citizens, who can be responsive to their changing world because of the firm foundations we have embedded.

Students at AIIC receive modern instruction in robotics, engineering and programing in our new Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) building, alongside classic instruction in Literature, History and Arabic to name a few. It is this balanced approach to education that we are very proud of at AIIC, and one that we know provides an incredible launch pad for our students.

We aim to produce global citizens, who can be responsive to their changing world because of the firm foundations we have embedded

I myself have a long history working with young people, particularly in the areas of social and emotional wellbeing, mental health and child and adolescent development. I am fiercely dedicated to developing the whole child, including critical thinking, conflict resolution, creative problem solving, integrated leadership and collaboration. I am humbled to be working with the dedicated educators and committed students of the Australian International Islamic College, a school that embraces diversity, recognises individual achievement, values lasting relationships and embeds holistic values in each and every student. We look forward to welcoming you onto our campus soon.

Christine Harman
Principal

Strategic Plan 2018 – 2022

Five key performance areas:

  1. Student Spiritual Relations
  2. Curriculum Development, Teaching Practice and Student Learning
  3. Pastoral Care within the College Community
  4. Pastoral Care within the College Community
  5. Partnership with Parents and the wider community
  6. Facilities, Resources, Organisation and Management

1. Student Spiritual Relations

To Create a Quality Integrated Islamic Caring and Learning Environment

Specific Properties by 2022 AIIC will:

  • Regular evaluation of the College ethos, values and principles.
  • Students share their knowledge of the Quran in public and college functions, and participate in Quran Competitions.
  • Students to visit community organisations and participate in community functions and activities.

2. Curriculum Development, Teaching Practice and Student Learning

To Provide a Quality Integrated Curriculum delivered by qualified dedicated teachers to ensure that the College has an Effective Planning, Assessment and Reporting Progress

Specific Properties by 2022 AIIC will:

  • Implementation of the early year’s curriculum through STEM.
  • Monitor and evaluate the implementation of STEM curriculum.
  • Increase professional learning to Heads of department, Coordinators and Teachers.
  • Increase student participation and develop a strong foundation in STEM.
  • Use coding, robotics, virtual reality, artificial intelligence and entrepreneurial programs to provide opportunities for students to create innovative digital solutions and to connect with industry expertise.

3. Pastoral Care Within The College

To Create a Caring, Supportive, Nurturing Learning Environment

Specific Properties by 2022 AIIC will:

  • Assist students and their families.
  • Regular reports of Student Council deliberations to staff and College Board.
  • Regular parent – teacher meetings with classroom teachers and school administration to discuss issues of concern.
  • Engage with QPASTT (Queensland Program of Assistance of Survivors of Torture and Trauma) for student support.

4. Partnership with Parents and Key Stakeholders

To Work in Partnership with the Parents, Local Businesses and Key Stakeholders in Achieving our College Goals

Specific Properties by 2022 AIIC will:

  • Active P&C Association.
  • Regular attendance at local community events to promote the College.
  • Establish closer links with other local schools.
  • Actively participate in community events and networks.

5. Facilities , Resources, Organisation and Management

To Ensure the Development and Maintenance of College Facilities through Professional Strategic Management

Specific Properties by 2022 AIIC will:

  • Sports facilities.
  • Review all Working Policies and Procedures annually.
  • Revisit the current Financial Plan for AIIC to maintain financial viability.
  • An aggressive Marketing plan, develop an interactive website.
  • Plan and promote the college internationally and attract enrolment of overseas students (CRICOS).
  • Continuing students are enrolled by the end of November.
  • Establish an active Alumni.
  • Offer Year Eleven in 2019 and Year 12 in 2020 at the Carrara Campus.

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Contact Us

Durack Campus

M:  724 Blunder Rd Durack QLD 4077

P:  +61 7 33721400

E: admin@aiic.qld.edu.au

FAX: +61 7 33722500

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