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President Obama's Professors' Professor WEBINAR

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 President Obama's Professors' Professor, Professor William Maxwell will be giving a keynote speech on Parenting and Education, as part of the pre-Easter programme of the Excellence in Education. Please click here to login for the webinar at 7pm on Wednesday 16th April 2014.

Easter Revision Sessions - few remaining places!

Excellence in Education will be holding Easter Revision Sessions from Monday 7th April 2014 - Friday 18th April 2014. It will be mainly aimed at students who have May/June exams, however we do expect all students to attend. During this two week period students will be taught the secrets behind topping the class and how to boost their grades. On  Wednesday 16th April and Thursday 17th April 2014, our sessions will be taking place at: 

Easter intensive sessions Registration Form 2014

Congratulations on your interest of wanting to top the class. Please fill in the form below for an invitation to our annual Easter sessions. Sessions will held from 10 am- 4pm from Monday 7th April- Friday 11th April 2014 (week1) and also extends to Monday 14th April to Friday 18th April 2014 (week 2).

 Terms and conditions apply.


Stemettes are going to Microsoft

There will be a Stemettes panel event on Saturday 29th March 2014. It will be held at the Microsoft Research Offices in Cambridge (Microsoft Research Office, 21 Station Road, Cambridge CB1 2FB).  The panel will consist of eight very influential people from a diverse set of Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths (STEM) careers.

Inner-city schoolboy wins a place at Eton

 Congratulations to Ishak Ayiris for getting into Eton and to the headmaster of Forest Gate Community School, Simon Elliot for motivating Ishak! Last month one young boy from Newham won a two-year scholarship to study at one of Britain's most prestigious schools, Eton College. Ishak Ayiris, aged 15, used to go to school at Forest Gate Community School and set to take his A-levels at Eton. For more information, click here.

Half-term Revision Sessions - 11plus, GCSE and A-Level exams

Once again we are running our Half-Term Sessions from Monday 17th February to Friday 21st February 2014, for anyone who has upcoming exams.

Do you have a child who is writing their Mock/GCSE exams soon and would like them to get TOP grades? Or a child that is writing scholarship and 11plus Common Entrance Exams, that you feel need a little boost? If so, then join us at our Durning Hall Centre (Durning Hall Community Centre, E7 9AB) from 11am to 4 pm, EVERYDAY during the Half-Term week and all students MUST bring packed lunch.

**COMPETITION TO WIN I-Pad mini**

To be entered in this competiton you must listen to BBC Radio 4 at 20:45pm today. (To listen click here) After listening answer the following question: According to the BBC what is the connection between Obama, Beckham, Bieber and  Imafidon?

 Send your answers to info@excellenceineducation.org.uk.

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EIE student, Anne-Marie Imafidon featured in Forbes

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Here is what Forbes Magazine said about Anne-Marie in their latest edition entitled 'Technology Needs New Role Models'

"Anne-Marie Imafidon is a woman on a mission. A child prodigy who had received degrees from prestigious universities on both sides of the Atlantic by the time she was 20, she is campaigning to get more women into Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths (STEM)."

To read more click here.

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