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A Decade of Campaigning

10 Years of London Schools and the Black Child


8th October 2014
House of Commons

 


The ninth annual London Schools and the Black Child Academic Achievement Awards took place on 8thOctober 2014 at the House of Commons

This year we received more nominations than ever before and the standard was incredibly high.

A star-studded line-up of presenters included guest presenters at this year’s awards include the first black CEO of a FTSE 100 company Tidjane Thiam CEO of PrudentialThe Speaker of the House of Commons the Rt. Hon John Bercow MP, broadcaster and DJ Trevor Nelson MBE,  Space Scientist Maggie Adernin-Pocock, actresses and comedians Jocelyn Essien and Tameka EmpsonCEO of MediaComUK Karen Blackett OBE, and award winning saxophonist and composer Yolanda Brown. 


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 2014 London Schools and the Black Child Awards which took place on the 8th October in the House of Commons, hosted by Diane Abbott MP and sponsored by Prudential plc and Linklaters LLP

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

GCSE GIRLS
Anyanna Harker
Kemi Bello
Jessica Kayode-Newman
Amna Kheri
 
GCSE BOYS
Joseph Adikwu
Tayo Felstead
Tione Tulloch-May
Harrison Iloh

A LEVEL GIRLS
Fope Jegede
Kiera Roberts
Titilope Odusanwo
Omolola Olufemi

A LEVEL BOYS
Ife Adepegba
Darrell Adjei
Kwarteng Sarfo
Abubakar Moalliam

HE GIRLS
Funmi Agbalaya
Nneka Okoye
Stephanie Effiom
Victory Idowu

HE BOYS
Abdulbasit Abdulrahim
Jimi Oke
Dante Powell
Jonathan Sinclair


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