Over the past weeks, Verulam has been facing severe water shortages, leaving many families in distress. Hearing of their plight, our compassionate community sprang into action. Led by the initiative of our parents and learners, we launched a fundraising campaign to provide relief to those affected.

Through the unwavering support and contributions of our generous donors, including parents and learners of Al-Falaah College, we were able to collect funds to purchase an astounding 700 x 5-litre bottles of water. This remarkable feat would not have been possible without the collective effort and dedication of each member of our community.

On behalf of Al-Falaah College, we extend our deepest gratitude to all who contributed to this noble cause. Your selflessness and compassion have made a significant impact on the lives of those experiencing hardship in Verulam. Your generosity not only quenched thirst but also brought hope and comfort to those in need.

The distribution of the water bottles in Verulam stands as a testament to the power of unity and empathy. It is a reminder that even in the face of challenges, our community remains steadfast in its commitment to serving others and making a positive difference in the world.

As we reflect on this heartening display of kindness and solidarity, let us continue to embody the values of compassion and service in all that we do. Together, we can create a brighter, more resilient future for all.
Once again, JAZAKALLAH to our donors for your generosity and to our entire Al-Falaah College community for your unwavering support.

Please click HERE for the letter of appreciation from Zenzeleni High School

Al Falaah College has been a beneficiary of the My School Card group rebate for schools, via a commission on amounts spent by parents/ patrons at participating retailers. The amount earned by the school via the My School Card is dedicated to the funding of sports activities/ equipment. We request all parents, staff, alumni and patrons to register on the my school link/ app and choose Al Falaah College  as your beneficiary school. 
Together we make an IMPACT!
- Get your virtual MySchool MyVillage MyPlanet card by downloading the free My School App or asking for assistance in-store. 
- These are the options for linking your existing Woolworths card to MySchool 
✅ Login in on the website https://www.myschool.co.za 
✅ Download the My School App
✅ Call: 0860 100 445 
✅ Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
      (with your WW card number)
✅ SMS: ‘Link’ to 31231
-  Select Al Falaah College as your beneficiary 
  Remember to swipe at Woolworths and the other MySchool business partners such as Engen QuickShop.

On Thursday 15 February AFC hosted a career roadshow for Grade 12 learners. The event is organised by the University of the NorthWest and it’s the third year running that AFC hosted this event.


About 25 tertiary institutions showcased their particular campuses and shared information on criteria and application process. Learners were given time to engage with the institutions they were interested in.

On Tuesday, the 27th of February, the High School Islamiyah team, under the guidance of Ml Badat, embarked on an enlightening Tarbiyah Programme titled "Ramadhan Globally". This program was designed to give our learners a comprehensive understanding of how Muslims worldwide observe and experience Ramadhan.

The event was a collaborative effort, with all grades from 7 to 12 participating wholeheartedly. Each grade was assigned a specific country to research, delve into its unique Ramadhan traditions, and present their findings. What made this presentation even more engaging was the requirement for the introduction to be delivered in the language of the assigned country, adding an authentic touch to the experience.

Countries spanning the globe, including Japan, China, Brazil, Turkey, Finland, Russia, Palestine, and many others, were explored and presented. From the varying durations of fasting to the diverse cuisines enjoyed by Sehri and Iftaar, from the customs surrounding Taraweeh prayers to the social challenges Muslim communities face, every aspect was meticulously researched and shared.

Following the insightful presentations, a captivating experiential setup awaited both teachers and learners. Traditional foods from the showcased countries were available for tasting, offering a sensory journey through the diverse culinary landscapes of Ramadhan. Additionally, various items representing the cultural heritage of each country adorned the display, allowing attendees to immerse themselves further in the rich tapestry of global Ramadan traditions.

The Tarbiyah Programme was met with resounding success, garnering praise from all who attended. It not only deepened our understanding of Ramadan but also fostered a sense of appreciation for the cultural diversity within the Muslim community. As we reflect on the event, we pray that Allah accepts the efforts of all involved and grants us the wisdom to continue embracing and celebrating our differences.

In conclusion, "Ramadhan Globally" was not just an event; it was a journey of cultural discovery, unity, and appreciation. We look forward to more enriching experiences that promote understanding and harmony within our school community.


View event highlights on Instagram

Head of Islamic Studies and Ethos
Ml Abdullah Badat

Mathletics and Reading Eggs are engaging online platforms that enhance your child’s Math and Literacy skills through interactive activities and games.

Mathletics fosters confidence, improves problem-solving abilities, and promotes a love for Math learning.

We have a one-hour lesson per week dedicated to Mathletics, where learners interact with topics from the CAPS syllabus in a fun way.

Reading Eggs helps develop and improve the learners' spelling skills and fluency thus inculcating a love for reading. Reading Eggs is also a one-hour lesson per week.

Our Grade 00-4 learners have been given their reading Eggs logins and will commence with Reading Eggs Lesson next week.

We appeal to you to allow your child to download and log on to the app at home.

This will allow him/her to gain the required points for a certificate.

Please see the links below which explain how to use these platforms and how you can manage your child on the parent portal.

Please click HERE for the Parent Pack for Mathletics
Please click HERE for the video link for Mathletics

Please click HERE for the Parent Pack for Reading Eggs
Please click HERE for the video link for Reading Eggs

Unveiling the World of Video Gaming: A Parent's Insight
Curious about what your child is really doing when they're immersed in the world of gaming? Our recent presentation on video gaming has unveiled intriguing insights that can help you gain a deeper understanding of your child's gaming experiences.
Globally, individuals are spending an average of nearly 7 hours per day glued to screens. In South Africa, this figure spikes to an astonishing 10 hours and 46 minutes daily. This pervasive nature of digital technology underscores the importance of understanding the impact of screen time on our children.

Click HERE to read more

We place on record our heartfelt appreciation to the staff who undertook the overnight excursions for the Gr 5/6 and Grade 12 classes. It is not only the sacrifice of leaving their families but also the detail of the preparation that goes into the logistics of such a trip. We also note that the Grade 12 excursion was held over the weekend. May ALLAH bless our dedicated and committed team for their sacrifice and more importantly for adding to the memories of our children.
Grade 12
Girls : R .Paruk – S Mahomed
Boys: W.Hoosen , Ml S.Yunoos and A.Sujee
Primary School Gr 5/6):
Girls : F.Amod , F.Kajee, J.Shah
Boys: Y.Ally, Qari J.Dindar, Qari M.Dindar ,  MlI.Mulla
Grade 1 to 4 Excursions 
Grade 5 & 6 Boys Overnight Excursion
Grade 5 & 6 Girls Overnight Excursion
Matric Boys Overnight Excursion
Matric Girls Overnight Excursion

Laylatun nisf min shaban/
Laylatul Bara'ah/
Shab bara'ah*
The night of freedom from the fire of Jahannam. 
Allah (swt) is extremely merciful and loves us so much. Allah gives us opportunities to come closer to him and become his favorites.
That is why Allah has given us some special days and nights like Laylatur Bara'ah 
(15th Shaban, Sunday night 25th February )  in which Allah himself asks us to tell him whatever we want and Allah will accept our wishes.

Click HERE to read more

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