WELCOME TO HEAD START
“The moral of the story is clear – you can have nothing in your pocket, and only the clothes and the shoes you wear, but if you have a well educated mind, you will be able to seize the opportunities life offers you, and start all over again.”
– His Highness the Aga Khan, Annual meeting of the International Baccalaureate, Atlanta, Georgia USA (18 April 2008)
ن أخلاق القصة واضحة – لا يمكنك أن تضع شيئًا في جيبك ، فقط الملابس والأحذية التي ترتديها ، ولكن إذا كان لديك عقل متعلم جيدًا ، فستتمكن من اغتنام الفرص التي توفرها لك الحياة ، وتبدأ كل شئ من جديد.
– سمو الآغا خان ، الاجتماع السنوي لبكالوريا دولية ، أتلانتا ، جورجيا ، الولايات المتحدة الأمريكية (18 أبريل 200
٬٬بحث اخلاقی این داستان مشخص است – شما نمیتوانید چیزی در جیب خود داشته باشید جز لباس و کفش های را که می پوشید، اما اگر ذهن تحصیل کرده دارید در آن صورت میتوانید از تمام فرصت های که در زندگی برای شما مساعد میگردد استفاده کرده و همه چیز را در باره از نو شروع کنید.٬٬
– والاحضرت شهزاده کریم آقاخان، کنفراس بین المللی سالانه بکلوریا، اتلانتا، جورجیا ایالات متحده امریکا، ۱۸ اپریل ۲۰۰۸.
Early Years Webinar - Learning through Play - AKEBTasneem Ramji, a Child Psychologist, talks about learning through play followed by a Q&A
Primary Webinar - Supporting my Child's Wellbeing - AKEB
Secondary Webinar - Supporting my Child's Wellbeing - AKEB
Secondary Webinar: Q&A Session on School Closures 5 April 2020 - AKEB
Pre-Primary and Primary Webinar - STEM Learning at Home - AKEBWe welcome you to join this webinar to learn more about the importance of STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) and the different ways in which you can support your children with STEM learning at home. We aim to give you simple activities and suggestions so you can be confident supporting your children's education. We will also provide virtual resources that you can access to deepen your knowledge and challenge your children in STEM fields.
Early Years - Supporting My Child's Wellbeing - AKEBTania Budhiraja explains the how to support wellbeing in early years and manage anxiety
Top Tips for the Early Years - Zahra Boyd - AKEBTop tips for parents and carers for supporting early years children with learning at home from Zahra Boyd, Early Years Foundation Stage Leader and Teacher
Top Tips for Primary - Shairoz Adat - AKEBTop tips for parents and carers for supporting primary children with learning at home from Shairoz Adat, Year 6 Teacher and Co-Curricular Coordinator
Top Tips for Secondary - Majid Hakamali - AKEBTop tips for parents and carers for supporting secondary children with learning at home from Majid Hakamali, Head of Year 10 and Computer Science Teacher
Top Tips for Secondary and Further Education - Naeema Kassam - AKEBTop tips for parents and carers for supporting secondary and further education students with learning at home from Naeema Kassam, Teacher of Business and Enterprise
Top Tips for Primary - Sima Kara - AKEBTop tips for parents and carers for supporting primary students with learning at home from Sima Kara, Lower Key Stage 2 Teacher and Year 3 Leader.
Top Tips for the Early Years - Tasneem Ramji - AKEBTop tips for parents and carers for supporting early years children learning at home from Tasneem Ramji, Child Psychologist, Early Years Professional and Nursery Owner
Resources for Learning from Home
Headstart, AKEB’s online resource portal, houses a host of resources for members of the Jamat of all ages, whether you want to learn a new language, work on some mindfulness, develop a new skill or have support with your child’s learning. The Learning from Home section supports parents and students during school closures. It includes information (including advice for university students and advice on how to create a learning space at home) and recordings from the Early Years, Primary and Secondary webinars delivered by AKEB. It also has resources in German, Farsi and Arabic.
The Education Advisory Service (‘EAS’) of the Aga Khan Education Board is a telephone and email based service that provides members of the Jamat and their non-Ismaili family to ask education-related questions to experts in their fields. From early years through to life-long learning, the EAS aims to provide a channel to access helpful information and signposting to the multiple areas of education through experienced academics and educationalists within the Jamat.
Please contact EAS via email at email@example.com in the first instance where your query will be logged. Alternatively, please call the following whose details can be found in the directory on the iiuk website:
Ashif Pabani (UK)
Roya Adel (Germany)
Sameera Khan (all other countries in Europe)