Kausar Ali (cropped)
Kausar Ali

Kausar Ali has forty years of teaching experience in various mainstream schools located in the areas of Wimbledon, Sutton and Croydon and has been a member of UK Ladies’ Association for Promotion of Urdu Language since 1991, and  a member of ALL (Association for Language Learning) since 2001. She was a visiting tutor for Urdu PGCE at Goldsmiths University (2003 - 2007) and wrote a Curriculum Guide for the teachers of Urdu that was published by CILT in 2007.

In 2013, she participated in an educational EU funded project called Multilingual Families EU.

Find out more www.multilingual-families.eu

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I found LFE a truly inspiring occasion. It had lively, stimulating and relaxing environment where all the participants were able to enjoy the enriching festival activities, at the same time adding to their knowledge the experiences of different aspects of education.- Kausar Ali, Teacher and Contributor
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