Muslim Teachers of the Future

Muslim Teachers of the Future

The Muslim Teachers Association is pleased to announce an exclusive event for educators interested in Muslim Education.

MTA AGM 2015 – If you wish to download a PDF version of the event please click or tap MTA AGM 2015

Sunday 22nd March 2015
9.30am – 4.00pm
(Lunch will be included)

The UCL Institute of Education
University of London
20 Bedford Way, WC1H 0AL

Please register to be allocated a place. Send contact details to: [email protected]
Admission: Members £10
Non-members £20
Students £5 (with Student Card)
Payment at the door
Please include your name, role, school and telephone number

Keynote Speakers

Rosemary Campbell–Stephens
‘Authentic Leadership’
Visiting Fellow, UCL Institute of Education Consultant to the DfE on its Aiming High programme, her expertise is based on her experience as a former Secondary head teacher, OFSTED inspector and Local Authority Officer. Also formerly the Equality and Diversity associate for the North of England.

Rukhsana Yaqoob President of the Muslim Teachers’ Association and Independent Educational Consultant.

Dr Farid Panjwani Senior Lecturer and Director, Centre for Research and Evaluation in Muslim Education at UCL Institute of Education.

Ajmal Masroor is a Bangladeshi-born British Imam, broadcaster and politician. He is well known for being a television presenter on political discussions and on Muslim channels

Plus other exciting speakers!


  • Teaching Outstanding lessons  – Ed Walsh Lead Consultant for Science Cornwall Learning.
  • Dealing with controversial issues in schools – Jonathan Miller and Rokhsana Fiaz OBE, Maimonides Interfaith Foundation.

Aims of the day is to:

  • be inspired by outstanding presenters speaking on how to be outstanding Muslim teachers
  • empower Muslim teachers by having the opportunity to discuss relevant issues concerning teachers in schools
  • network with other teachers
  • be motivated and encouraged about working in education
  • find out about the Muslim Teachers’ Association and the Centre for Research and Evaluation in Muslim Education at the Institute of Education

The Muslim Teachers Association was established in 1979 and is a non-profit making organisation run by and for Muslim teachers. Our main aim is to link Muslim teachers together, provide support for and advise Muslim teachers and address the issues that Muslim teachers and Muslim pupils are facing in schools today.