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Harmony Day

A reminder that Harmony Day is tomorrow, Wednesday 21/3/2018. The children are reminded to come to school in ORANGE. The children have written messages (and attached a chocolate) to our neighbours on St Elmos Pde and Rayment Ave that demonstrate Islamic values and reflect our harmonious nature. Our choir have prepared a special performance for... View Article

Girls excel in Electronics and Robotics

The girls in 2018 have excelled in Electronics and Robotics during the Scope sessions this year. They have immersed themselves into the program and always strive to seek a deeper understanding. Well done to Zainab Shafquat, Amina Mujala, Mirha Abbas, Aliya Murgatroyd and Zaynab East for their efforts. These girls have particularly shone and achieved... View Article

AusRelief’s Cambodian Fundraiser

We have received a framed plaque from AusRelief with photos and certification of the water wells the students built in the Kampang Chhang province in Cambodia. The frame is on display in the office foyer for the time being before it is permanently displayed in our school hall. Our 2017 water wells are almost complete... View Article

Healthy Harold

The Healthy Harold will visit Arkana from Monday 5/2 til Wednesday 7/2. The workshops will focus on issues around food and nutrition, personal safety, physical activity, cybersafety, safety with medicine and legal drugs. This program is comprehensive and I’m sure many parents themselves will remember Healthy Harold when they were back at school. The program... View Article

2018 School Year

We welcome our students back to Arkana College for 2018. Inshallah, the children have had an enjoyable break and are ready for a fun filled year of learning. School resumes on Tuesday 30/1 for Years 1-6 and Wednesday 31/1 for our Kindergarten cohort.


We ended the 2017 school year with enough money to build 3 wells in Cambodia and $3000 towards the Rohingya Crisis through AusRelief. I wanted to thank all the students and their parents for their extreme generosity.

Swim School

One of the most important skills children in Australia should learn is how to swim. In 2016, 41 people drowned in New South Wales and these alarming figures continue to rise. Australia is a country fortunate to be surrounded by water that is accessible to everyone from a young age. Swimming is not only a... View Article

Cupcakes for a Cure

We are excited to be involved in Cupcakes for a Cure Day on Wednesday 6th of September. We are requesting that you, the parents contribute homemade cupcakes, that will be sold by the Student Representative Council, to fundraise for the Kids’ Cancer Project. The Kids’ Cancer Project is an Australian charity focused on finding cures... View Article

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