As-Sadiq Islamic School – Transforming the teaching of Islam

A leading community school is celebrating its 25th anniversary by launching a project to infuse an Islamic perspective into every subject on the curriculum. As-Sadiq Islamic School in Ontario, Canada, excels academically as it nurtures students from the age of 18 months to university and inspires them to be the leaders of tomorrow. As it […]

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‘Education is my ticket out of the slums’

A High School managed by Mumbai KSI Jamaat is funding education that is lifting girls out of the slums and transforming their life chances. HA & LS Girls High School is run by the Jamaat for poor students for the good of humanity, with no bar on religion. One such pupil is Ruksana Badshah of […]

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Amazing free help for Tanzanian pupils

Ali Khatau is a 23-year old medical student who has founded an online educational platform for Tanzanian secondary school students. In his final year at Hubert Kairuki Memorial University in Dar-es-Salaam, and a member of KSIJ Dar-es-Salaam, he is also CEO of ElimuTanzania. Through ElimuTanzania, Ali aims to help increase Tanzanian students’ pass rates, as […]

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Special Report: European Higher Education Opportunities

Why study in Europe? There are a great many opportunities for Khoja young people to study at European universities, should they choose not to pursue Higher Education in their home country. Europe has emerged as one of the most favoured destinations for international students, and young people from the Khoja community are encouraged to study […]

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Tarbiyah Curriculum Training

Twenty-one teachers from various madaris have participated in a Tarbiyah Curriculum Training Programme run by the Council of European Jamaats. Some of the objectives of the programme are: Gain a broad understanding of the structure and function of MCE Review the history and background of the Tarbiyah Curriculum Gain a basic understanding of the Tarbiyah […]

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A first for mosque students

Hujjat Stanmore has had great success at a debating event usually dominated by top public schools. They sent 17 students, 11 boys and 6 girls, to debate at the Challoner’s Model United Nations Conference. Model United Nations (MUN) is a simulation of diplomatic conferences, where delegates from schools and institutions can practice negotiation and public […]

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