We are providing tuition classes in East London and are following the national curriculum. Our core area of work is to help counter underachievement for all children by concentrating on fundamental skills such as literacy, numeracy, and creative thinking.
Amity is looking at engaging future parents with the educational system and tries to explain the significance that a parent has on their education, considering that it is the parent who possible has the best understanding of the child’s physical, social, developmental and family history.
As a charity working to support education, we provide a suitable environment to students in order to help them prosper in their studies. In this service, Amity acts as a mediator to bring together like minded students in appropriate accommodation.
Amity Educational Foundation is a registered charity (1133629) based in East London who’s main purpose is to provide children and young people from disadvantaged backgrounds an opportunity to express their energy in a constructive manner. We aim to support our beneficiaries via the implementation of social and educational activities which increases confidence, vision, and aspirations with respect to the wider world. Furthermore we also like to complement cultural differences thus promote community cohesion.
Amity Educational Foundation and the Dialogue Society cordially organized a community iftar dinner on Friday, 16th June 2017 at Hackney Town Hall in celebration of Jo Cox’ belief that “We are far more united and have far more in common than that which divides us.” at the Great Get Together weekend. With the presence of the Mayor of Hackney Philip[…]
Easter Friendship Dinner and Panel Discussion on Post-Brexit Britain: Communities in Collison or Cohesion Amity Educational Foundation and the Dialogue Society organised an Easter friendship dinner in partnership with the safer communities team of London Borough of Redbridge on Friday, 21st April 2017 at Wanstead Library with the attendance of community, faith and stakeholders representatives.[…]
Trustees and volunteers of Amity Educational Foundation visited the St. Monica’s Church in Palmers Green on Tuesday, 11th April 2017. The priest informed the participants regarding the Holy week, significant times in Easter and the meanings of symbols in the Church.
Amity Educational Foundation and the Dialogue Society organised a friendship dinner and Hizmet open day with the screening of “Love is a Verb” documentary in partnership with safer communities unit of London borough of Redbridge at Redbridge central library and museum on Tuesday, 7th February 2017. Over 100 guests attended the event from different stakeholders,[…]
Amity Educational Foundation organized a Love is a Verb Screening at Knowledge Centre, British Library on Tuesday, 10th January 2017 in partnership with the Dialogue Society. Over 50 people from all walks of life; businessmen, stakeholders and community members attended the event and followed with Q&A session by Dr Ismail Mesut Sezgin from the Centre[…]
We had a lovely time together with all our international friends. Our staff members, volunteers and their guests gathered altogether at Pivaz Restaurant to break fast and enjoy the delicious food prepared especially for them. It was a great opportunity for everyone to meet with new individuals with diverse backgrounds and eventually build friendships that[…]
Together with the whole international community, we are deeply shocked by the series of terrorist attacks in Paris and Beirut that resulted in the deaths and injuries of hundreds of innocent people. We strongly condemn this act of barbarity on an unprecedented scale. Once again we strongly emphasize that terrorism is a fundamental threat to the[…]
Amity Educational Foundation has been successful in being selected to be a charity supported by the Big Give Christmas Challenge 2015. This challenge runs each year in early December, where online donations are matched by the the charities own pledges and the Big Give Charity Champions. Our aim is to raise maximum of £40000 in online donations.[…]
Amity community centre aims to advance community cohesion by endorsing understanding and tolerance amongst community groups. Community engagement breakfast is one of the community projects of Amity. We have started this event and will aim to continue it every Fridays from now on by inviting local people of different cultures, religions and social groups together to[…]
12th International Language and Culture Festival’s Britain qualifications was held in Walthamstow Town Hall, London on the 3rd May. The programme that was consisted of a wide range of colourful and amazing performances hosted a number of valuable guests including Cllr Nadeem Ali, the mayor of Walthamforest and the deputy mayor of Redbridge Tania Solomon and her[…]