Bangla/Bengali Language School

Offering a free Bangla language course for Kg to Year 12 at Epping, Blacktown & Lakemba Centre

Academy’s language Centre (January 27, 2017 release)
Registration day: Saturday or Sunday (by appointment)

Enrol Before 28 February 2017 – Registration $150 | Before 28 March 2017 – Registration $180 | After Bangla New Year 15 April ‘17 – Registration $200 + $300/quarter (Please note; Last day for enrolment has been extended till 29 April 2017). Fees and charges may rise up for the upcoming years, so as early as possible admission is suggested. If you would like to get any discount on fees and charges you may write email: admin@banglaacademy.com to the Director of Bangla Academy Australia at your earliest.

Making an appointment is mandatory. To enrol/visit us please book an appointment as early as possible.

– Principal, Bangla Language School Program.

Bangla Academy Australia Epping, Blacktown & Lakemba Bangla School is situated at West Epping Public School, Blacktown Boys High School and Punchbowl Boys High School, Sydney, NSW. They journey started 2006 from Epping Centre.

Anwar Akash, Sayeda Hyder, Anindita Ahmed, Sharifa Sharmin, Tania Chowdhury and some other teachers graduated from Sydney University with teachers training. All of our teachers are well educated and qualified to teach Bangla language, literature, history and culture. Our schools are running weekly basis except public holidays with NSW School curriculum.

Debate, Creative writing, Public Speaking, journal writing, drawing, painting, music, recitation, classroom presentation are a few area we are specialised and give education to students. All of our teachers are multi-lingual and multi-task oriented, which helps our students to develop students quality for education and extra curricular activities.

Bangla Academy’s students are very competitive. One of our student Sara Hossain received Minister Award for 2013. Other than many of our students achieved Merit, Commendable, Highly Commendable Award for Minister Award of NSW Department of Education. Our students trained and develop themselves to be a native speaking, reading and writing in Bangla.

The main objectives of the school are:

  • Understanding on Bangla language, Culture & history.
  • Teaching Bangla language.
  • Leadership skills on Debate, Public Speaking and Creative writing.
  • Knowledge on language movement and skills on cultural activities.
  • Develop confidence and leadership for community development.

The area of subjects are included in our everyday’s classroom activities are;

  • Bangla language.
  • Bangla literature.
  • Bangla Cultural activities including recitation, music, debate, public speaking, drawing & painting.
  • Making friends, field works and team building.
  • Sports and recreation.

The Bangla Academy Schools regularly arranges monthly, quarterly and annual programs. ‘My Language My Freedom’ is a brand program where we have a clear access for our school children along with all other students of Australia. Our school childrens are showing their willingness and highest dedication for Multi-cultural Australia.

Academy’s Sydney schools started free Bangla/Bengali Lessons since 2006. ‘Barna-Parichay’ ‘shobdo gothon’ bakko gothon’ which is; vowels, consonants, word building and sentence making are a few steps that our students achieve from the early stage of learning.

For our students benefit we have arranged social activities like picnic and sports. Bangla Academy Australia invites quality people and creative and social activist, trainer, educators for special occasions.

Bangla Academy Australia host a graduation ceremony at the end of the year where students participate with their creative ideas and performances. December 2015 two of our students awarded and received prize. Mr. Imran Sarwar received award on ‘Creative Writing’ and Ms. Afifa Sultana received award on ‘Innovations’. On the graduation ceremony all our students receives ‘Certificate of Achievement’

Bangla is only the language where language martyrs sacrificed their lives in Bangladesh. To mark the day, Bangladesh commemorates since 21st February 1952. Since 1999 UNESCO declared that 21st February is the ‘International Mother Language Day’. Bangla is the mother tongue of Bangladesh and West Bengal of India, and also spoken in the migrant communities in the West. Bangla Academy Australia offering this course for free for the Kindergarten to Year 12 students. A registration fee applies for all student and subject to prior date enrolment. There is a Bangla course for Non Bangla Speakers also, where you need to pay a prescribed fees. Register now

EPPING | BLACKTOWN | LAKEMBA

– ‘Ministers Award‘ winner school

EPPING BRANCH:
Epping West Public School, 96 Carlingford Rd, Epping NSW 2121

BLACKTOWN BRANCH:
Blacktown Boys High School, Fifth Avenue, Blacktown NSW 2148

LAKEMBA BRANCH:
Punchbowl Boys High School, Kelly St, Punchbowl NSW 2196

Academy’s Branches area covers all Bangla Class and related activity for Epping, Blacktown, Lakemba and surrounding suburbs. BAA Hosts a regular Saturday and Sunday School at above locations.

Students gather from

Epping, Macquarie Park, Carlingford, Pennant Hills, Baulkham Hills, North Rocks, Parramatta, West Ryde, Eastwood, Hornsby, North Ryde and northern part of Sydney

Blacktown, Seven Hills, Glenwood, Castle Hill, Bella Vista, Toongabbie, Woodcroft, Mount Druitt, Glendenning, Plumpton, Hassall Grove, Acacia Gardens

Marrickville, Belmore, Lakemba, Strathfield, Wiley Park, Punchbowl, Roseland, Bankstown, Ashfield, Greenacre and surrounding suburbs.

Classes are running in a routine timetable (excluding holidays). Please contact for details