Philosophical Statement from The Principal
Education, a life–long journey, is learning to ‘Know’, to ‘Be’ and to ‘Live Together’. The values of Openness and Tolerance as expressed in the Teachings of Islam and Australian Democratic Principles are integral to this definition of learning.
In Islamic College of Melbourne we believe learning occurs through collaboration and interacting within the family unit and within the school, local, wider Australian and global communities.
Dr Mohammed Hassan PhD, JP
BA, Cert Ed (USP) Dip MM, Dip H Engl, MBIM AAAI (UK), ANZIM (NZ), AAIM, MACEA (Aust), Grad Dip sp Ed, Post Grad Dip Ed St (Melb)
WHO WE ARE
The Islamic College of Melbourne is a place where staff and students work cooperatively to achieve their best and to develop a commitment to continue learning and effective participation within their wider community.
We are committed to fostering a community of learners, and to provide an academic curriculum that develops a broad knowledge base, while promoting the skills of critical and creative thinking. We seek to do this within a challenging and supportive Islamic environment which develops individuals as both independent and collaborative learners.
The Islamic College of Melbourne is proud to be affiliated with the Australian Federation of Islamic Councils (AFIC) and all of the schools represented by this group throughout Australia. A list of these schools can be found here.