Multi Age Year2 to Year4

2011 has been a busy year of study, change and learning for the class of 2 to 4. Term 2,  saw an excursion to the Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary to find out about Australian  animals and wildlife. This event was followed  by the preparation and presentation  of reports on what had been observed and  learnt. Also […]

In the Name of Allah the Most Kind the Most Merciful

2011 has been a wonderful year in the Islamic department of our wonderful school. Apart from our normal Islamic curriculum, students were exposed to a world of Islamic knowledge through our daily ‘minute madrasah’ which took place after every Zuhur Salaah every day. Student’s hearts were filled with light and inspiration from stories of the […]

Arabic AN-AM-A-ZING Language

It has been a great pleasure to teach at the AIIC. Alhamdulillah I love the environment and most importantly all the students. I feel I have become more attached to these students. We have learnt so many things in Arabic starting with the Arabic alphabet and moved on to words. One of the roles that […]

Official Opening of Multipurpose Hall

On Monday 9th July a gathering of officials took place to formally open the college Multi-Purpose Hall.  Bernie Ripoll MP – Federal Member for Oxley representing the Federal Education Minister, Mr Graham Perrett MP – Federal Member for Moreton, Mark Stewart MP – State Member for Sunnybank representing the Premier of Queensland, Councillor Angela-Owen Taylor […]

Jump Rope for Heart

On the 6th of June 2011 AIIC hosted the Jump Rope for Heart event in order to continue their support to the Heart Foundation. The latest is all about learning how to keep fit and healthy by promoting physical activity amongst students and raising money for people with cardiovascular diseases. Runcorn Primary State School’s demonstration […]

Harmony Day 2012

Assalamu ‘Alaikum Wa Rahmatullahi Wa Barakatuhu. This week, on the 21st of March, we celebrated harmony day, a day that marks the unity of different cultures. Our students celebrated by wearing their traditional clothing, giving presentations, bringing in cultural food and by playing good ‘Picnic Games’. We started the day with a special ssembly which […]