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Re-run of Urdu: Why and How

Alhamdulillah, after the very well received first webinar on this topic, Brave Learners arranged a re-run spanning over two days (10th and 11th February, 2021) with some special content for families living abroad who want to connect their children to Urdu. Each speaker offered a unique insight into the subject of how to make Urdu …

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Our Children and Urdu: Why and How

Brave Learners hosted a comprehensive, small-scale webinar on a topic much sought after: how to make Urdu teaching/learning engaging, and why even take the pain. Four speakers were selected, each offering a unique insight into the subject. We tried to cover the topic and resources from diverse angles, so as to benefit attendees of all …

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Salah: Salve for the Soul

A talk by Ustadh Abid Ishaq on how to attain khushu’ in salah, how to seek strength through it, how to protect and preserve it and how to remain in salah in between the prayers. If you are unable to play the talk in this browser, you may access the talk HERE.

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Stronger Together: Homeschoolers Curriculum Fair

On 24th November, 2019, the homeschooling community got together for a day jam-packed with connecting, sharing, learning & entertainment at a open-air but cozy venue at a farm in Chak Shahzad. Brave Learners was thrilled to organize its first large-scale event, which proved to be first of its kind for the local homeschool community. From …

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Seeking Sakeenah

On Sunday, 22nd September 2019, Brave Learners organized another event: a sharing session dedicated to parenting with peace and tranquility. It was held for mothers to get together, share experiences, gain insight and receive support for their parenting journey. The discussion was led by Aisha Idris, a homeschooling mother of four, and started off by …

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Brave Learners Picnic

The first official Brave Learner’s event took place on the sunny morning of 24th February 2019. A picnic that welcomed mothers, fathers and kids, it brought together families from across the twin cities. The participants comprised of veteran, new and ex-homeschoolers. It also included beneficial talks by experienced parents. While the adults discussed among themselves, …

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