Razwan Ul-Haq is an Artist

LA Advisor & former

Headteacher.

 

What schools say:

"Many thanks for all your efforts to make your visit yesterday so utterly brilliant. The children all had a really wonderful experience, and most of all, had a real education."
Pippa Quarrell, Headteacher
Kitebrook School, Moreton-in-Marsh, Gloucestershire

"We still talk about it…what fun we had..."
Rhys, Yr 6 Pupil
Trinity Primary School, Hereford

"Thanks for the wonderful day…I hope you continue to do this in other schools across Britain and make them feel the same amount of joy as I did."
Tim, Class 4 Pupil
Castle Carrock School, Castle Carrock, Cumbria

"Thank you once again for your invaluable contribution to our Sharing Values day 2012. Yet again, we have completely altered the image and experience of nearly one hundred young people…what an achievement, which will continue to have profound implications for years to come!"
Kate Mayglothling, Head of Humanities
Wigmore High School, Wigmore

"The children had a fantastic time exploring Islamic Calligraphy with Raz. He brings it to life in a fun and interesting way, whilst being educational at the same time. We would definitely recommend the day and we look forward to welcoming him back soon."
Elaine Jupp, Assistant Headteacher, Key Stage II Leader
Parish C of E School, Gainsborough, Lincolnshire

"The session I enjoyed the most was Razwan's, I found it very enjoyable and energetic and I took lots of new information with me."
Yr 11 Pupil from Bordesley Green Conference 2013
Birmingham and Herefordshire

"Raz's lessons offered our students an insight into his life as a Muslim. They loved the chance to ask thought-provoking questions, and the opportunity to create their own piece of Islamic calligraphy!"
Beth Loughran, RS Teacher
Queen Katherine Grammar School, Cumbria