Islamic Spirituality

Muslim Girls Grammar School is an all-girls exclusive school where our Islamic faith and commitment to Quranic values, underpins all aspects of school life.

Empowerment through faith & knowledge

Islamic tradition
Muslim Girls Grammar School draws from the Islamic tradition, such essential elements as integrity, compassion, tolerance, forgiveness, etiquette and Disposition. Together with the school’s Guiding Principles of Empowerment through faith and knowledge, they form the foundation of the school’s ethos and values.
Islamic & Qur'anic Program an hour every day
The Islamic and Quranic Studies programs are at the heart of co-curricular programming at MGGS. Through these programs our girls will acquire knowledge and skills and develop character and attitudes that uphold the very essence of Islamic teachings, moral values and code of conduct.

Opportunities to explore the Islamic tradition and its contemporary relevance include weekly sermons led by our Islamic teachers and supported by fellow students, Religious Education classes, sisterhood support groups, guest speakers, special events and the many opportunities to engage in community service initiatives. Through these activities, students have the opportunity to explore their own belief, understand and appreciate the Islamic faith.

Islamic Studies Curriculum

The Islamic education curriculum has been designed to cater for the comprehensive needs of Muslim Girls’ Grammar School (MGGS) students. The curriculum reflects the aims and objectives of Islamic education in providing a balanced authentic Islamic education for Muslim pupils.

Our Islamic Education Curriculum is the outcome of extensive research and teaching expertise in the field of Islamic studies. Research conducted prior to the development of resources, particularly over the last ten years, include systematic reviews and analyses of the Islamic studies and values programs taught at several Islamic schools, Islamic textbooks and resources available in the market, in-depth group discussions with Islamic studies teachers and school leaders, individual interviews and teacher/parents questionnaires, tens of hours of lesson observations, as well as analysis of students’ needs, teaching practices and assessment processes.
Islamic Teachings
The contents of the curriculum incorporate broad aspects of Islamic teachings based on the Quran and authentic Hadith (Prophet’s sayings), including a wide range of subjects, such as ‘aqidah (belief), fiqh (jurisprudence) of worship, Seerah (Prophet’s biography), Islamic history, hadith (Prophetic sayings), Quran translation, du’a (supplications) as well as Akhlaaq (Islamic disposition and etiquettes)
Common Beliefs & Practices
The topics in this curriculum are laid out in a systematic manner to suit the needs of Australian female students according to age and learning levels of each grade. The curriculum also considers the diversity of Islamic schools of thought (mathaahib) particularly focussing on the common core beliefs and essential practices that all Muslims share. These common beliefs and practices reflect the Six Articles of Faith and Five Pillars of Islam.