Khalid Mahmood delivered community capacity building and adult education programmes in Leicester until August 2004, when he joined the School Development Support Agency. As complementary schools coordinator he developed the country’s first ever independent umbrella organisation, the Leicester Complementary Schools Trust which was established to help and support complementary/supplementary schools. Seconded to ContinYou in December 2006 as a Regional Development Manager for the National Resource Centre for Supplementary Education, Khalid was responsible for the national development of this programme. 2007 he returned to SDSA and took the responsibility for the Islam and Citizenship Education (ICE) Project. This project developed teaching resources which are being used by a wide range of independent Muslim schools and Muslim supplementary schools across England and in other parts of the world. Khalid is now facilitating a number of local, national and international networks that aim to improve outcomes for children and young people.
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