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Promoting Lifelong Learning

Community Projects | 11+ Tutoring | English | Maths | International English | Mentoring | Counselling

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Our Mission Statement

  Faith, Love, Service and Resilience 

To advance the education of ALL children, young adults and parents, by the provision of a community hub, that seeks to create ‘professional pupils’, and ‘confident parents’. We adhere to the British Christian ethos/values of: faith, love, service and resilience.  Click on Link to  Read More  

Purposeless Croydon students, found inspiration and hope on this weekly Saturday programme. All pupils earned an invitation to a networking day of inspirational speakers, at The Aleto Foundation’s National Leadership programme at BT’s Central London HQ.
Funded by the (DfE), Family Action and Croydon Council, the scheme, aimed to help children and parents (especially on free school meals) to: eat more healthily, be more active, stay safe and have greater knowledge of health and nutrition, to tackle childhood obesity. This initiative developed resilience, character and well being in families.
Following the company winning the 2019 Grassroots award from local business consortium, Croydon Commitment, we provided a much needed weekly support group. We offered a safe, confidential space for parents with secondary school-aged children to share their worries, concerns, or just a place for their voice to be heard.
We provide affordable Maths, English and science support for school-aged children and their parents. We aim to support neuro-diverse members for the local community. This includes working with adult dyslexic care-workers, who are in local nursing homes.

Promoting Lifelong Learning

“It takes a village to raise a child”

(African Proverb)

This project saw 10 London secondary school children, who entered a schools essay-writing contest , In 2010 travel to The White House (Washington D.C. USA) to meet  Mrs Michelle Obama (First Lady 2008-2016). The Project was conceptualised, managed and delivered by the Director of Bright Futures 4 All, Karen Bryson, in partnership with  Cambridge Education Associates (Part of the  Mott McDonald Group) and Islington Council. (See visit: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eZtR2qz12Qc  )

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This international youth exchange programme has taken place in Central London for 10 years in July 2019. Due to the Corona Virus (COVID 19) the programme was postponed in July 2020. This initiative took place annual, for one week where Danish teenagers from Koge, spent their morning learning English and their afternoons touring some of London’s most iconic landmarks and places of interest. British students supported the programme through exchange opportunities, that included pairing up with their Danish counterparts to tour museums and galleries, and share their hobbies, interests and knowledge of each others popular culture.

To arrange a personal visit to one of our sites contact us on

(+44) 208 645 2304

South Croydon Centre 

Harris Academy Purley, Kendra Hall Road,South Croydon, CR2 6DT

Central Croydon Centre, Croydon BME Forum,

56a Mitcham Road, Croydon CR0 3RG

 

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