Cooperative learning - because we is more than me
This tailored 11-hour course has been developed over 18 months for the Association of Muslim Schools
to meet the highly specialised needs of Muslim faith schools in the UK, in relation to
improving results, radicalisation issues and leadership.
It puts Ofsted-compliant, effective student-centred learning at the fingertips of all staff, including unqualified teachers, across all subjects, driving attainment and progress, while integrating behavior
and higher level thinking.
Specifically, 21st century British Muslim gives a practical demonstration of how to facilitate the Islamic component of the curriculum in relation to both subject matter and authentic identity formation in the context of “Fundamental British Values” and other requirements outlined in the Independent Schools Standards.
Join Wisdom Academy in Birmingham, Al-Muntada Primary School in London, Al-Hikma in Luton, and al-Aqsa Primary & Secondary in Leicester, by getting on the programme now.
- Mujadad Zaman, Curriculum Coordinator for Cambridge Muslim College,
PhD student candidate at the Faculty of Education, Cambridge University, 2015.
AMS-Member state-funded schools: £2250 for up to 20 staff, exluding VAT. (Note that this Cooperative Learning is among the most cost-effective investments of your Pupil Premium).
We accept a maximum of 40 participants per session. This course may be delivered to several schools at a time potentially saving smaller schools 50% to 66%.
Please the visit AMS homepage for more information or download original flyer from AMS School Leadership Conference 14 November, 2015.
Contact me now to book or for a non-committal conversation about your needs.
- Z.K. Headteacher at Headstart Education Centre, London, 2015.
- AtaUllah Parkar, Headteacher of Al-Aqsa Primary & Secondary School, Leicester, 2016.