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A Decade of Campaigning

10 Years of London Schools and the Black Child


8th October 2014
House of Commons

 

LSBC Academic Achievement Awards, celebrating the highest achieving young people of African and African-Caribbean descent. This years awards are sponsored by Prudential plc and Linklaters.

Last year we received more nominations for the LSBC Awards than we ever have done before and the standard was incredibly high. This means that many Black students are getting some of the top grades in the country. Despite this stereotypes of young Black people prevail. That is why it is so important we show the world how brilliant many of our Black students are.

We are encouraging all parents, teachers and friends to nominate students you feel have given an outstanding academic performance. 



London Schools and the Black Child Academic Achievement Awards






Please click on one of the links below

In Celebration

Congratulations to all the nominees and winners from the 2013 London Schools and the Black Child Awards which took place on the 3rd October in the House of Commons, hosted by Diane Abbott MP. 

Below is the list of the nominees and winners of the night. The names of this years winners are in bold.

GCSE Male: 
Joel Lewis
Kwaben Siaw-Acheampong
Samuel Berkai
Joshua Kilondra

GCSE Female:
Mikayla Sinclair
Adama Kabba
Hope Oloye
Imani Jeffers

A-Level Male:
Dean Oamen
Ryan Crane
Charles Owusu-Brobbey
David Peprah

A-Level Female: 
Deanna Clarke
Yewande Awojobbi
Moriam Masha
Shenece Liburd
 
Higher Education Male: 
Akil Andrew Henry
Andrew Ben-Salem
Daniel Tuit
Joshua Oware

Higher Education Female: 
Monika Ukandu
Oyinkansola Honey Sanusi
Foluso Ogunlana
Jennifer Ofodile


Other Educational Events

Here are other events that I have organised as part of the London Schools and the Black Child initiative. For further information please click on the links below.

A Young Hackney Poet

Stephanie Thomas 24 reads her brilliant poem about Hackney. It was written as part of a project at the Fairbridge centre. www.fairbridge.org.uk.
website by Hudson Berkley Reinhart Ltd