Monthly Archives: August 2013

Getting and Staying Prepared For the New Term

As the summer holidays is swiftly coming to an end, here is a gentle reminder to us parents to avoid the last minute uniform-shopping rush, start buying all the school necessities, start talking to our children about what is required

Congratulations to all students and their parents

Congratulations to all students and their parents who got their results recently. We wish you the best as you prepare for the various options you have chosen to do. #GCSE #resultday Parents don’t give up in encouraging your children to

Nina Ndu excelled in her GCSE results

Nina Ndu excelled in her GCSE results. Nina’s results were 7A*, 5As and 1B. Big congratulations to Nina and also to her very proud and happy parents Tony and Julia Ndu who are both so supportive of Nina. Tony and

The Importance of Predicted Grades

A friend of my son achieved higher than the predicted grades that his teachers had given. However his first choice of University had not given him a place based on those predicted grades. How fair is that you may ask?

AFRUCA Summit on African Families in London

Date: Saturday, 12th October 2013 Time: 9:30am-5:30pm Venue: Holiday Inn Bloomsbury, Coram Street London, WC1N 1HT Event Host: Vuyiswa Ngqobongwana, Presenter: Africa Today on Press TV Convenor: Modupe Debbie Ariyo OBE, Founder of AFRUCA Hi Parents, I will be speaking

Diet Fizzy Drinks Are Not Always the Right Choice

There may be zero calories, but drinking those cans of chemicals could be plumping your appetite. A study at Purdue University found that rats given artificial sweeteners ate more calories and gained more weight than rats given sugar. A better

Boy Aged 12 Strikes Maths A-Level Gold

TWELVE-YEAR-OLD boy, Andrew Ejemai, from Brentwood School celebrated achieving the top grade in maths in his A-level results. He got an amazing A* grade for his paper, making him the youngest student in the school’s history to pass the qualification.

IMPORTANT INFORMATION FOR PARENTS OF ‘A LEVEL’ CHILDREN

Before your child leaves to collect their A level results from their school or college today, Thursday 15th August. Here are recommendations of things your child should take with them • Pen or pencil • Notepad • Mobile phone •