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We help our pupils achieve entry into excellent schools across the country.
£5 profit from each one of these lessons goes into the Minerva fund.
We seek out local organisations and charities who need our help the most.
We pay the teachers to teach the classes On behalf of the charity
Often our tutors step in and provide some of their own magic.
Dozens of disadvantaged children get the education they deserve!
Every year, thousands of newly migrated teenagers arrive in the UK, often in difficult circumstances. Because they are aged between 12 and 15, and speak little or no English, local schools are unwilling to accept them into their GCSE programmes. Often their parents speak little or no English too, so applying to schools without assistance can prove impossible. In many cases, recently migrated teenagers have no education whatsoever for a year.
We are proud to announce that we have helped the following girls find a school.
Class of 2015
St Gabriel´s College
Joselyn O.F & Nathaly S G
Evelyn Grace Academy
Carolina G Z
Elm Green School
West Norwood School
Congratulations to everyone involved!
The Baytree centre, in Brixton, provides families in the area with education and opportunities for personal and professional development with the view “to create supportive pathways towards social inclusion.”
The ‘Into School Program (one of many fantastic programs provided by Baytree), was introduced many years ago to help recently migrated teenage girls find a place at school. But recently it has lost its funding. We are delighted to have helped keep this vital program running and to fund the teaching and mentoring.
You can find out more about the Baytree centre here.
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