Sex, Race and Class: Muslim Achievement in Schools (webinar)
Sex, Race and Class: Muslim Achievement in Schools
We are delighted to announce the next instalment of our ‘Changing the conversation’ series – Sex, Race and Class: Muslim Achievement in Schools.
To share their views on the topic, we will welcome a panel of inspirational leaders including:
> Sajid Gulzar: Executive Headteacher and CEO Prince Albert Community Trust (PACT) in Birmingham
> Raza Ali: Head of School at The Chalk Hills Academy in Luton
> Lubna Khan: Headteacher of Berrymede Junior School in Acton
> Robin Richardson: Director of the Insted consultancy (www.insted.co.uk), former director of the Runnymede Trust (http://www.runnymedetrust.org/) and Chief Inspector for education in a London borough
Our panel will be in conversation with Rosemary Campbell-Stephens (MBE veteran educator, leadership consultant, coach and speaker on equity and social justice), Rukhsana Yaqoob (former National Strategies Regional Adviser) and Graham Smith (Director of The EAL Academy).
There will be time at the end for attendees to ask questions and contribute.
To book your free place, please complete the booking form on this page. We will send you a booking confirmation via email and you will receive your link to the Zoom session in advance of the event.
If you have any questions please contact us on +44 (0)20 3488 2700 or email@example.com.
Sajid is the founding CEO of the Prince Albert Community Trust (PACT). The Trust currently consists of 5 primary schools. Sajid has led the Trust in operating a ‘turn around’ model, taking on failing schools and improving them markedly. The latest school to join the Trust is Prince Albert High School, a new secondary free school due open to pupils in September 2021. Sajid is a National Leader of Education, has previously inspected for Ofsted and has worked internationally on behalf of the National Association of Special Educational Needs (NASEN) and Cambridge Education. Sajid is a guest lecturer at the University of Birmingham’s Education Leadership Academy and has served on the West Midlands Regional School’s Commissioner’s Head Teacher Board since 2017. In June 2019 Sajid was awarded an OBE for Services to Education.
An experienced educationalist of over 20 years, Lubna Khan is a serving Head Teacher in a large school in West London in U.K. as well as in the Middle East. Her current passion is her involvement in The Harmony Project, inspired by HRH Prince Charles, which connects the curriculum to real life and has nature, sustainability and wellbeing at its heart.