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“Teaching makes me feel alive” Inspirational Muslim Teacher Passes Away

Headteacher Assistant and English teacher at Forest Gate Community School, Ms Uddin was diagnosed with cancer in 2015 and passed away on Monday 14th August. Her commitment to her school, passion for teaching and continuous struggle to push her students to meet their full potential, even when her health was speedily deteriorating, cries out a [...]

“Teaching makes me feel alive” Inspirational Muslim Teacher Passes Away2021-03-20T20:21:28+00:00

Mindfulness: six ways to become a better principal

It is easy to forget about the present moment in favour of worrying about working towards a future one, especially during times of workload and management pressures. Yet accepting the moment we are in and being mindful of it and the people in it is the first step for gratitude for having the blessing of [...]

Mindfulness: six ways to become a better principal2021-03-20T20:21:31+00:00

Get your priorities straight

Madrassah managers are faced with numerous tasks and challenges at the start of each academic year; from recruiting, to registration, to resources to safeguarding, and many other immediate and pressing demands. Often with such obligations, big goals for improving the quality and standards can easily disappear under the rubble for a long time. The article [...]

Get your priorities straight2021-03-20T20:21:32+00:00

When is the right time to move on?               

Leaving a role with which we have emotional and spiritual attachments can be a very difficult decision to make, yet one with promising benefits for yourself and for the Madrassah you work in. But when is a right time to move on and what are the upsides and the downsides to such a move? The [...]

When is the right time to move on?               2021-03-20T20:21:32+00:00

How Claudio Ranieri’s leadership shows us there’s another way for schools

Bellow's article was written by a member of the TES team.  No bullying, no naming and shaming, no extravagant claims, small performance bonuses, no shouting...There’s a lot the politicians in charge of schools could learn from Leicester City’s wonderful manager, writes one leading headteacher As the shortened week got underway after the bank holiday, I spotted [...]

How Claudio Ranieri’s leadership shows us there’s another way for schools2021-03-20T20:21:36+00:00

Using Technology in the Madrassah Classroom

  Technology in the Madrassah can be used to: To keep students interested To make the learning and teaching more effective Extend learning to outside the Madrassah Pictures, audio and video recordings, online encyclopaedias and dictionaries, apps and VLE systems can all be incorporated in to Madrassah teaching. Technology should never be used without a purpose. [...]

Using Technology in the Madrassah Classroom2016-12-20T10:56:21+00:00

Learning Styles

People gather, process and interpret information in different ways. Students have different preferences in how they learn best. These preferences are sometimes called learning styles and are used to describe and detail the different ways students learn. Some students learn well with visual forms of information such as written texts, pictures and diagrams, some may [...]

Learning Styles2021-03-20T20:21:39+00:00
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