Al-Ameen College Reopening Monday 8th February

Dear Parents, Guardians and Students,

Assalamu-Alaikum Warahmatullahi Wabarakatuh


The Premier Mark McGowan announced on Friday 5th February that schools will reopen on Monday 8 February 2021. This will be the start of Term One. Indeed, this has been an unprecedented start to the new year, and one which we look forward to with anticipation. I am sure you are as excited as us to finally start the school year. Rest assured that we are well organised and resourced to provide you with quality teaching and whatever support you may need during the school year.

I want to reassure you, that safety of our community is paramount, and that our priority is to continue to provide a high-quality educational experience for all our students.

Given the unpredictability, and nature of the pandemic, we are well prepared, should circumstances force us to resort to remote learning/online teaching.



Parents will not be allowed on campus and we therefore request that you utilise Kiss and Drive in the morning (8.00am) and a quick pick up in the afternoon (3.30pm).

Please log onto SEQTA to identify which class your child is in this year. Once dropped off, your child is to proceed to their class directly. If they require any assistance with their books and stationery, staff will be around to assist.


As per the Premier’s announcement, all staff will be wearing masks, but within the class, they can remove them to aid understanding if children need to see the annunciation of their teacher’s words and if it is impacting on their ability to communicate.

Mandatory mask wearing for all teachers and students 13 years and above. This means that all Year 7-12 students are required to wear a mask.

Students are to bring their own masks. Our preference is that masks have a plain design, but at a minimum, they must be appropriate and not distracting.

Kindy-Year 6 students do not have to wear a mask, but if you would like your child to wear a mask, we will respect your wishes and support them with managing the mask whilst completing daily activities including eating and playing. The mask should have their name on it so it can be returned if lost.

Parents and carers must wear masks on the school grounds when visiting for essential purposes.


We know that the first day of school is an exciting time. There are lots of things happening and it is good for parents to assist their children with their books and stationery and help them settle into class.

Only for Monday, parents of Kindergarten and Pre-Primary students will be allowed to accompany their children into class, settle them down and leave.

We have therefore made an exception on Monday 8 February to allow Kindy students to arrive between 11:00 – 12.00pm.

Kindy students can be picked up at 2:30pm.

Pre-primary parents are allowed onto campus between 10.00 – 11.00am to drop off books and stationery. One parent/carer per student will be allowed into class to settle their child.

Pre-Primary children should be picked up at 3.10pm

Temperature checking and the wearing of masks will be mandatory for parents entering the College.

Teachers and education assistants will work with you to support this transition. If a child is in distress, they may allow one parent or carer to enter the room for a short period to settle the child.

Each class will have a box/basket, plastic bags and a permanent marker outside the room. Please place personal items in the box/basket and the teacher will collect the items as soon as students are settled.


Parents are not allowed into the college.

Parents are advised to bundle their child/ren’s books, label them clearly and drop these off at the demarcated areas along the fence in the Kiss and Drive drop off point.

Pick up time is at 3.30pm.

YEAR 3 – 12

No parents allowed on campus.

Students are to bring their books and go straight to class.

Pick up time is at 3.30pm.


From 9-12 February, these restrictions will continue to be in effect.

  • There will be no assembly on Monday.
  • A 4sqm rule is in place for large gatherings.
  • If you are required to come on site, you must wear a mask at all times and log your visit through the SafeWA app. at Reception.
  • Parents are only come onto campus for essential purposes and minimise their movements.
  • Year 1-12 parents should remain in their cars during drop-off and pick-up for students (please see Day 1 Exemption above).
  • Cleaning and hygiene arrangements will continue (e.g. temperature checks, regular use of hand sanitiser, regular washing of hands, regular cleaning regimes).
  • The State Government will review these restrictions towards the end of next week and we will keep you informed.
  • Canteen will be open, but students need to follow strict protocols and be orderly
  • Uniform shop open will be open on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday from 8.00am – 12.00pm
  • Check the school website, Konnective and SEQTA for regular updates
  • Update your email address for SEQTA Engage AND SEQTA Learn



Thank You

Mr Naeem Meer
Acting Principal