Pride of Brent 2015 – Positive Contribution Award

We are very proud of the achievements of many of our students but this year Demani Jules-Carbon stood out by far.
He is inspirational, and a credit to his parents. He engages in discussion with adults and professionals in a way that I have never seen a young person do in the 14 years I’ve been working with children and young people.
He has a level of maturity way above his years and will debate about politics as he demonstrates his passion to bring about change. Demani has the attributes of a leader and the changes he speaks of are not just local but worldwide. It is likely that Demani will become an influential figure in politics. He is a true role model!
We would like to congratulate him on winning the positive contribution award, keep rising!

April/May 2015: KEW Tuition accompanies students and their parents to JP Morgan Investment Bank

“I would like to thank you again for the opportunity, it was enjoyable and motivating.”

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The J.P Morgan mentoring session was a success. From meeting the professionals, to having a tour of the trading floor. It was very motivational; especially to see so many people of African/Caribbean descent working in J.P Morgan, in such a prestigious and world-renowned company in the heart of the very competitive and world-class city of Canary Wharf. What more could an ambitious and self-motivated young person ask for? The extensive efforts of BOLD, ACES Aspire and J.P Morgan was clearly portrayed on this fantastic event, to empower young people of African descent and make sure that we end up as leaders. The inspirational stories from some of the J.P Morgan staff and even the one-to-one mentoring was refreshing. Overall, a great and informative event and I will most certainly be looking forward for the next event, all suited and booted!

 Demani Jules-Carbon, 18

KEW Tuition attends Reach Society’s Careers Conference 2015

Students attended the 4th annual careers conference at Central Hall Westminster on 9 April. The event is organised to bring young people age 14+, and their parents, into direct contact with Afro-Caribbean professionals from a wide range of professions such as engineering, law, science, business and beyond. The students were motivated and inspired by the practical advice pertaining to pathways of success in their chosen profession. Students spoke to a number of professionals, took part in competitions, attended workshops and were inspired by scholars.


Arrival at Central Hall, Westminster


Miss Caribbean 2015                               

Russell Group Universities

Workshop Panelist

Learning new skills

Literacy Rich board game demonstration

British Airways Pilot                             

London Fire Brigade Firefighter


Pride of Brent Awards 2014

KEW Tuition nominated four young people for the annual awards ceremony which took place in June 2014 and was hosted by Action In The Community (AITC) in conjunction with Brent council. The event has been set up to recognise, celebrate and raise aspirations of young black people between the ages of 11yrs – 18yrs old.

Preston Park Primary school, Year 6 SATS pupils and their class teachers.