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Spiritual and moral development of Muslim pupils in state schools

Mohamed Hussein Mukadam

Spiritual and moral development of Muslim pupils in state schools

by Mohamed Hussein Mukadam

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Published by University of Birmingham in Birmingham .
Written in English


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Thesis (PH.D) - University of Birmingham, School of Education.

StatementMohamed Hussein Mukadam.
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Open LibraryOL18048525M

Spiritual, Moral, Social and Cultural development Birmingham: 24 February This dynamic and inspiring one day course is for Headteachers, RE subject leaders and other interested teachers to consider how they can improve pupils’ spiritual, moral, social and cultural development. There will be a focus on how primary schools. PUPILS’ SPIRITUAL, MORAL, (SOCIAL AND CULTURAL DEVELOPMENT (Summary) Spiritual Development and Provision Schools that are encouraging pupils’ spiritual development are likely to be: giving pupils the opportunity to explore values and beliefs, including religious beliefs and the way in which they impact on peoples’ lives;.

  COLLECTIVE WORSHIP Features of good practice • Schools with a significant number of Muslim pupils apply for part- determination and offer daily Islamic collective worship for their Muslim pupils’ spiritual and moral development. In coherence with the values and ethos of the school. In , an estimated 6, Muslim Arabic teachers taught in Kerala government schools, with over , Muslim students. State-appointed committees, not private mosques or religious scholars outside the government, determine the curriculum and accreditation of new schools and colleges.

The Trojan Horse scandal, also known as "Operation Trojan Horse" or the Trojan Horse affair, refers to a scandal involving claims of an alleged conspiracy that there was an organised attempt to introduce an "Islamist" or "Salafist" ethos into several schools in Birmingham, England. The name, based on the Greek legend, comes from an anonymous letter sent to Birmingham City Council in late   Independent schools do not have to follow the national curriculum but they must show that they provide for "the spiritual, moral, social and cultural development" of pupils.


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