Any Questions BBC Radio 4, Claremont High School April 2013

KEW Tuition joined the Any Questions debate on Friday 26 April 2013                         

The panel included:  Michael Fallon – Minister for Business and  Enterprise, Caroline Flint- MP Shadow secretary for Energy and Climate Change, Caroline Lucas – MP Green party, Menzies Campbell MP Lib Dem, Chaired by Jonathan Dimbleby.

Pride of Brent Most Improved Award Winner 2013 – Jaiden Aaron

KEW Tuition nominated students for the first ever Pride of Brent Awards which took place in March 2013 and was hosted by Action In The Community (AITC) in conjunction with Brent council. The event was set up to recognise, celebrate, raise aspirations of young black students between the ages of 11yrs – 18yrs old.

See the nomination video here  http://vimeo.com/65038881

 

 

 


 

Open morning 2011

On the 3 December KEW Tuition opened its doors to parents, giving them the opportunity to meet our tutors and discuss their child’s progress, and specific educational needs.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

We also invited Donia Narh from the ACES project and a guest undergraduate, who delivered a workshop to inspire our secondary students to aim high and achieve academic success.

The workshop was well received by the students who said:

” I realised that education is the key to everything”

” The workshop gave me a chance to think about the grades I need to get if I want to be successful”

” I enjoyed talking about our future and how we can overcome our distractions“.

“I liked the activity where we gave advice and solutions to each other about educational problems”.

Diamond Ball 2011 – Central Hall, Westminster

Each year KEW Tuition makes nominations to The ACES Project, an organisation that recognises the achievements and success stories of students and parents of African and Caribbean heritage. 

This year we celebrated the success of 7 individuals who were presented with awards at the Diamond ball ceremony in April.