Based on research conducted in Muslim schools here and abroad, this book provides a discussion of the educational needs of Muslim children in Britain. The book provides insights into the views of practitioners, Muslim and non-Muslim, and practical suggestions to inform practice. It provides a brief historical overview of Muslim communities in Britain, an introduction to Islam and the duties of Muslim parents and children. Categories of needs identified for Muslim children by Islamic writers are covered in depth with examples of accommodation of these concerns within the classrooom. The book is intended for everyday use by teachers and to help schools to prioritize issues and develop a hierarchy of needs. It offers a practical framework against which to assess accommodation within individual schools, and considers the implications for other minority groups.