EPIC Early Learning Centre

Here’s the video I promised of yesterday’s opening of the EPIC Early Learning Centre. I think you will agree that it is a wonderful new facility - bright, cheerful and full of love! Every child deserves a pre-school as good as this.That’s why Federal Labor Member Ged Kearney and I are looking forward so keenly to the Shorten Labor Government’s National Preschool and Kindy Program.

Posted by Robin Scott on Tuesday, 5 March 2019

Early Years: Foundation – Year 2


The aim of the East Preston Islamic College’s Early Years Program is to give every student encouraging, rewarding and enjoyable experience at school. Teachers and parents together build a healthy environment for a child’s all round growth in the early years of learning.

Upper Primary: Years 3 – 6


Students learn to be responsible to manage and organise their learning to develop work habits. We encourage students to become independent and actively take a part in the learning process.

Junior Secondary: Years 7 – 9


Secondary School work in collaboration around the goals of the students. The curriculum is devised such that it meets the students’ needs and builds up a comfortable environment for the students as well as the teachers.

Senior School: Years 10 to 12.


Senior School students are engaged in a diverse and varied set of learning experiences to ensure they develop to their fullest potential as knowledgeable, skilled and productive individuals.

English Additional Language

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The Primary and Secondary EAL Programs are guided by efficient teachers in the amalgamation of Literacy, Language and Literature.

Religious Education


Daily Zuhr salah is an important feature of the school’s religious and spiritual life. Islamic Studies is taught as part of our Religious Education program along with Quran reading and memorisation classes.

Our school captains Amar Yassine and Ahmed Yehia on page 2 of today's Preston Leader newspaper. ...

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Indonesian students have arrived to begin their home stay program with us. ...

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East Preston Islamic College

Our School Captain Amar Yassine joined with other local school captains was asked "What difference can your generation make to the world?"BEHIND THE SCENES: we had a ball hanging out with school captains from across Melbourne at our Tomorrow’s Leaders photoshoot (and entertained a few tourists at Southbank). Meet the amazing teens including Amar Yassine from East Preston Islamic College who plan to change the world to benefit us all. See their words, photos and video interviews: bit.ly/2WlKpwo #tomorrowsleaders ...

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Child safe standards for all Victorian schools

At East Preston Islamic College, we are responsible for keeping our students safe. Schools have to meet legal requirements for the care, safety and welfare of students. From 1 August 2016, all schools need to meet child safe standards to achieve a zero tolerance to child abuse.

The Victorian Government is phasing in Child Safe Standards for organisations that work with children, including schools. Children have the right to be safe and protected, at school. It is important that you feel confident that your child is safe and well, in the care of their school.  Over the course of this year, we will display our child safe policies, codes of conduct and other relevant information regarding child safe standards on our college website, newsletter etc.

East Preston Islamic College has zero tolerance for child abuse and actively works to listen and empower our students.