The welfare coordinators have a pivotal role encompassing discipline as well as student welfare and well-being. We do our best to balance our roles of disciplinarians while at the same time making sure that we are approachable. We work closely with students on a day-to-day basis to encourage positive and reflective behaviour with the aim of making Al Noori Muslim School a safe and supportive environment. On an individual level, students are always welcome to speak to the welfare coordinators about matters of concern and we help students with strategies to deal with all sorts of teen issues such as study skills, friendship issues or cyberbullying. Students who require additional support are at times referred to the counsellor to ensure they are receiving the extra support they need.

We understand the importance of education in empowering students and their parents with the knowledge to cope with today's challenges. This year, we organised for speakers from The Australian Federal Police to give information sessions on the dangers of social media, internet and phone use and the legal implications of their misuse. We also had members of the Muslim community attend to speak to our Year 9 and 10 students on the importance of seeking an education to meet the needs of our community and contribute positively to wider society. As expected, the annual vaccination program and puberty information sessions were also conducted.

The most important part of our role is to maintain constructive interactions between student-parent-school and we aim to keep that partnership strong through positive role-modelling and open communication. We thank the parents who have been supportive of this ethos throughout the year.

Contact Information

Al Noori Muslim School
75 Greenacre Road
Greenacre NSW 2190

Opening Hours:
8am to 4.30pm

+61 2 9790 5726

+61 2 9709 4122