An Exploration of Sacred Parenting and Education

Posts Tagged ‘british muslim identity’

In Loving Memory by Jeremy Henzell-Thomas

In Education, parenting, Relationships on October 19, 2012 at 5:15 pm

Reflecting on who to write about as a source of inspiration in my life, I thought about  how tarbeyah  as ‘nurturing’ and breadth of education may embrace many dimensions: upbringing by parents and within the wider family, schooling, institutional religious education, the transmission of community and civilisational values, role models of all kinds, including historical exemplars, and  the guidance, inspiration and blessing provided by spiritual teachers.

Out of so many sources of inspiration, how to choose one in particular? Well, I’ll go for my late Read the rest of this entry »


Muslim Schools in Britain: Socialization, Identity and Integration

In Education on March 4, 2012 at 8:56 pm

Dr Sadaf Rizvi, Institute of Education

Thursday 1 March 2012, 3.00 pm, Committee Room 1, Institute of Education


Integration of Muslim children and young people in the UK has been a contested issue. Debates around the construction of young Muslims’ identity and their educational experiences have even been Read the rest of this entry »